Chris Bosh says Warriors were ‘more of a dynasty’ compared to Heat

The 2010s were dominated by primarily the Golden State Warriors and Miami Heat, with the two teams combining for five championships in the decade.

But former Heat big man Chris Bosh knows the Warriors have the edge on Miami when it comes to discussing all-time teams.

Bosh spoke on his Instagram Live on Tuesday, per Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel. He talked about how the Warriors ‘had more of a dynasty’ compared to his Heat squads that ruled in the early 2010s.

“I was thinking about our place in the history of the game and all that stuff,” he said. “I even think the Warriors had more of a dynasty. I think ours was, you know the band Cream, from the UK? We’re more like Cream.”

The band was only together from 1966-1968, and the Heat, led by Bosh, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James, didn’t stay intact long, either. The trio came together in free agency during the summer of 2010. Once James returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the summer of 2014, that was it for Miami.

The Warriors, though, have a team that could still be formidable whenever next season begins, as the coronavirus pandemic has paused the current season. Though Kevin Durant left for the Brooklyn Nets last summer, the Warriors still have their veteran core of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.

The Warriors winning three titles in five seasons is dynasty worthy, even though there’s some franchises that have sat atop the league for longer.

But if the Warriors’ core players maintain their high-level play, then this season’s down year — which was largely because of injuries to Curry and Thompson — will likely not roll into the future.

 

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