OXNARD, Calif.– Chris Bosh knows plenty about the Dallas Cowboys. And about winning championships.
The Miami Heat power forward and Dallas native stopped by the team's training camp complex Friday to meet the players and team owner/general manager Jerry Jones. Bosh grew up a Cowboys fan while starring at Lincoln High School, and he's known best for teaming with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade for a pair of NBA titles in 2012 and 2013.
"Play together and take it one week at a time," Bosh said when asked if he has any advice for the Cowboys. "That's really the best way to go. Give your best out there. Always believe in yourself and the man next to you. You know, go out there and get the job done."
James has since left Miami to rejoin the Cleveland Cavaliers, the team that drafted him back in 2003. But Bosh said those Heat teams have the same lifelong bonds Darren Woodson described the great 1990s Cowboys teams having while speaking at his Ring of Honor selection press conference earlier in training camp.
Bosh hopes this Cowboys team can create the same championship memories.