LA Lakers interested in signing Chris Bosh

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Chris Bosh is set to become a free agent in the summer, and it seems that he has some rather intriguing admirers.

According to Sam Amico of Fox Sports, if Bosh does hit the market this year then the Los Angeles Lakers could be where he ends up:

"It seems most GMs feel Bosh (and not Anthony) is the second biggest potential prize on the upcoming market. But if James goes back to the Heat, Bosh will, too. If not, the Lakers are secretly interested, sources said."

Bosh still has at least four years left in him. It's hard to believe that the big man is only 29, and will have eventually turned 30 by the time next season rolls around.

And whilst he is not as heralded as other members of the big three in Miami, Heat fans and staff all know how important Bosh is to their side.

The Lakers making a run at Bosh, while being far fetched, isn't completely out of the question.

Having someone there to help the Lakers contend in 2014-15 is a big selling tool for free agents that year and Bosh could very well be a guy that helps out.

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