Bosh showed up at the same hotel where Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade met with the Knicks earlier Friday. In a tweet, Bosh called the Knicks' presentation during a meeting that lasted 2 hours and 40 minutes "another impressive one."
He told reporters he felt "like a kid at Christmas."
"You've got to enjoy this," he said. Asked if there were any offers, he said "No, not yet. Everything is still pending."
Knicks officials were not available.
Late Friday, Bosh spent more than two hours meeting with Bulls executives at the United Center. Chicago also met with Wade -- twice -- and was scheduled to meet with LeBron James on Saturday.
Multiple reports said Bosh joined Wade in his second meeting with Chicago on Friday night.
Henry Thomas, the agent for both Bosh and Wade, said no deals had been reached but that he was encouraged by presentations to his clients.
After seven seasons in Toronto, Bosh has been one of the busiest players in the free agency bonanza. He met with Rockets in his hometown of Dallas early Thursday, then flew to Chicago for sessions with the Heat and New Jersey Nets.
Nets head coach Avery Johnson, who was in the Friday meeting, was confident his team could land Bosh, Wade or LeBron James.
"[We're] very optimistic about them," Johnson said. "That's the way you have to look at them because you can't get inside any of these guys' heads and know exactly what is going on. But we laid it out for those guys. I saw eye contact. They asked really good questions. There were there like they really wanted to be there. That's all you can ask for."
After meeting with five teams in two days, an exhauasted Bosh said on twitter he was "done ... for now" with his visits.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.