by Marcel Mutoni

It wasn’t too long ago, that folks were discussing Chris Bosh and casually tossing around the word “MVP”. They even did with a straight face. Including Bosh himself. Not sure if you’ve noticed, but that’s completely stopped.

The Raptors have been awful of late, losing 8 of their last 10 ballgames, including last night’s disaster at home against the Mavs. And that’s when the lustful booing began, leaving the Raptors’ leader none too happy.

From the Toronto Star:

“If I wanted to get booed, I’d go on the road. It’s real tense right now. When you’re down three points at home and you’re hearing boos, that’s kind of disheartening.”

“Whether the crowd knows it or not, they play a big part in the game.”

You’re in luck, Chris. Your team is heading on a six-game road trip, far away from those Canadian meanies in the stands.

As for the Toronto faithful, I hope they realize that this guy can bolt in a couple of years. Might wanna think about putting a little more effort into cheering the team when it returns home, guys.