TORONTO - It seems that Chris Bosh and Raptors fans have finally come to an understanding: Neither side really gives a crap about the other.
The anger once directed towards Bosh is basically history and mass indifference has taken hold. Sort of the opposite of what's happening in Cleveland.
When LeBron James returned to "The Cleve" on Wednesday night for a game against the Cavaliers, the boos and jeers were much less than when he first returned to Quicken Loans Arena the year he left the Cavs. There were even cheers. And there were thousands of fans wearing "Come Home LeBron" T-shirts in the hopes that King James might decide to return to the Cavaliers for the 2014-15 season, as he has hinted might be possible.
"It's been less and less since the first time I was here," James said of the anger expressed by Cavs fans when he first left in 2010. "Nothing can be worse than that.