Which i responded to. Dwight Howard's size alone makes him worth the risk in terms of his fragile mental state. Whether you believe Dwight has it "easy" or not; he is still more effective than Bosh and far more worthy of being a max player. YVMV. If we're going to max someone out, i prefer it to actually be someone who is a "franchise player" and is effective on both sides of the floor. LBJ is not a bad defender, Kobe isn't, Duncan isn't Pierce isn't, KG isn't, Wade isn't, those are all players worth the max. Bosh is putting up these numbers and his team sucks. Kaman put up similar numbers and he's not worth that type of money either. There's 20/10 and then there's 20/10 that affects/can take over a game. It absolutely is. Aldridge has no problem owning Sheed and neither do other young bigs. Bosh's problem runs far deeper than just facing a "cagey" veteran. He choked in the NJ series as well. And i don't think anyone's about to wax poetic about NJ's big men. Like mentioned, he didn't even try to really post up tonight. In fact his bricking was responsible for our 3rd quarter lead. It's also a little scary how a second year players (LMA's) post game is comparable to his at this stage. Bosh doesn't deserve the max. It's my opinion. I don't believe Boozer deserves it either. If we're not getting a "superstar", then i'd rather we go for quality than just another big name. I don't mind Bosh as much as i mind his price tag. If someone wants to go out and give him 100 mil, go for it. I just hope it isn't us.