Via his Twitter account:

Where should I go next season and why?

He then followed an hour later with:

Ok... Let me rephrase the question. Should I stay or should I go?

Bryan Colangelo's starched collars just wilted.

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With two months to go before the free agency period, Bosh is either already thinking about his future or he's looking for some attention. Or maybe, now that the Miami Heat have been eliminated, he's already talked to Dwyane Wade.

There has also been a scenario promoted by ESPN types (Nerdyball legend Bill Simmons is tight with Daryl Morey, a.k.a. "Dork Elvis") that says the Houston Rockets could be a serious contender in a sign-and-trade with the Raptors for Bosh. They'd even have - yikes - Jordan Hill to offer in return. You'd hope they'd also include Luis Scola (the Raps could use some jam down low), otherwise the Knicks potential offer of David Lee has to be more attractive.

The Heat will start anything with Michael Beasley, for sure.

Of course, as we've  said here before, the thing that kills any Knicks plans in the Lee-for-Bosh scenario is Lee making it clear he's got no interest in playing in Toronto.

Meanwhile, the Hawks managed to force a Game 7 in their series with the undermanned Bucks. Joe Johnson has done little to inspire max contract talk. Perhaps the only team in the league willing to do it is the one he's on.