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Chris Bosh getting defensive on twitter?

Chris Bosh must be hearing the backlash.

Or at least someone is telling the Raptor forward that his twitter traffic has his Toronto fan base all in a tizzy.

Or perhaps Bosh is tired of having his tweets misinterpreted.

For whatever reason, Bosh was back at it late Thursday afternoon offering this olive branch/clarification via twitter for those fans out there that are reading adios into his latest posts.

“Just to be clear. I never said that I’m not considering staying in Toronto.” Bosh tweeted just before dinner time.

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In fact, that doesn’t make things any clearer for the fan-base, but it might, just might, keep a handful from giving up on him just yet.

Bosh can become a free agent as of July 1.


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