Chris Bosh adjusted to being a complementary star since signing with the Miami Heat in 2010 and is adamant that he at peace not being the primary star like he was with the Toronto Raptors.
"Maturity-wise, I've let (being the No. 1 option) go," Bosh said. "I've let being the man go. I understand really in mainstream why and how people are infatuated with that area, but it's difficult man.
"I'm over it. It's just all about winning at the end of the day. It's about being in the game. I mean everybody isn't meant to take the last shot. Everybody isn't going to be the MVP. It's only for a very, very small percentage, for a small percentage of guys. I understand that, and I'm just lucky enough to be in this situation I am now, just competing at the highest level in the league. That's good enough for me."
Bosh was the top option on the Raptors for seven seasons.