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Bosh planning to stick with Raptors

TORONTO – Chris Bosh has seen the Toronto Raptors transform from a 27-win team to division champions over a single summer.

That’s why, after the Raptors won just 33 games and finished out of the playoffs this season, Bosh isn’t in any rush to figure out his future.

A four-time All-Star who averaged 22.7 points and 10.0 rebounds this season, Bosh is happy to remain with the Raptors while general manager Bryan Colangelo tries to engineer Toronto’s return to a postseason contender.

“I’m not going to demand a trade this summer,” Bosh said Thursday as the Raptors cleaned out their lockers the morning after a season-ending road victory over Chicago.

Bosh has two years and approximately $33 million left on his current contract but can opt out after next season, joining a hotly anticipated free agent market that could include LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Amaré Stoudemire. He’s already considered his future and likes what Toronto offers – for now.

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