NBA Trade Rumors: Spurs Trading Kyle Anderson; Heat's Chris Bosh Back To Raptors?

With the loss of Tim Duncan and Boban Marjonovic, San Antonio Spurs is in need of a good center. Rumors are, Spurs may have to trade forward Kyle Anderson for Cleveland Cavilers' Nerlens Noel while Miami Heat's Chris Bosh might be shipped back to Toronto Raptors.

According to ISports Web, Spurs will be able to strengthen the defense through rebounds if they gain Noel, who has an average of 11.1 points per game and 8.1 rebounds per game.

Kyle Anderson who is the same age as Noel at 22, did not perform ordinarily well in the last season but did great on the summer league. He also improved his percentage in all categories which includes; field goal percentage (from 34.8 to 46.8 percent); three-point percentage (from 27.3 to 32.4); and free-throw percentage (from 64.3 to 74.7). Kyle Anderson played for Spurs since his NBA Draft in 2014 and has proven his versatility to play as forward.

On the other hand, Miami Heat might trade Chris Bosh who is still unsure if he can play in the next NBA Season. According to reports, Bosh is already starting basketball drills but there is still no definite agreement if he will come back.

A team which might be interested in Chris Bosh is Toronto Raptors. Bosh formerly played with the Raptors from 2003 to 2010, and was heralded as the golden player of the struggling team who only made it to the playoffs when Bosh was around. In the recent years, Raptors is transforming into a stronger team and they might want their former main man back.

Chris Bosh last appeared on the hardcourt for Miami Heat on February 9 before he was forced to leave for the second half of the season due to blood clots.

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