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Report: Chris Bosh more likely to attempt comeback next season

The Miami Heat have a few options when it comes to removing Chris Bosh from its cap, but that could backfire if he were to make a successful comeback. With his Miami Heat career over but still under contract with the team, Chris Bosh isn’t likely to attempt a comeback this season. He is more […] Report: Chris Bosh more likely to attempt comeback next season - All U Can Heat ...
Via All U Can Heat
12 hours ago

Report: Chris Bosh may attempt comeback next season

Chris Bosh still wants to return to the NBA, but it sounds like it won’t be this year. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Bosh, who still wants to make a comeback, is more likely to do so next season than this. There is some importance to the timing of this for the Miami Heat, who still have Bosh under contract. If the team begins the process of removing Bosh from...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh likely to wait until next season to try comeback

Miami Heat All-Star Chris Bosh remains sidelined after his second bout with blood clots in as many years. There’s been a lot going on behind the scenes regarding Bosh and his team. While Miami surely is concerned over Bosh’s health and how that might equate to a return to the court, it also has to take into account the financial situation here. The Heat appear to be in rebuilding...
Via Sportsnaut
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

The obstacles holding up a Chris Bosh-Heat buyout deal

As the Heat stare at a rebuilding project this season, the team’s biggest battle stands to be against Chris Bosh and whether he ever will agree he is medically unfit to ever resume his career. The Heat want to waive Bosh on Feb. 9 — the one-year anniversary of his last game — under a...
Via New York Post
23 hours ago

Why Heat Fans May Be Forced to Root Against a Chris Bosh Comeback

As expected, the battle between the Miami Heat and Chris Bosh is getting uglier by the day. Bosh, 32, has been diagnosed with blood clots multiple times over the past two years. Although he’s attempted to come back, Heat president Pat Riley has advised against it and notoriously said the team wasn’t working toward the forward’s return before training camp started in September...
Via Heat Nation
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Chris Bosh considering taking a season off

The Miami Heat are likely going to release Chris Bosh at some point in the coming months, and Bosh has said he is not retiring over the blood clot issues he has dealt with the past two years. That means he eventually expects to sign with another team, but is it possible we don’t see the 11-time NBA All-Star on the court at all this upcoming season? Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: NBPA closely watching situation between Bosh, Heat

With Chris Bosh’s standoff with the Miami Heat showing no sign of being resolved, the NBPA is reportedly watching things closely. According to Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, the players’ association is “examining the situation” with the awareness that Bosh is still sorting through medical and privacy concerns. The current priority for the union is a new...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Heat may not waive Bosh until after March 1

The situation between Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat continues to be a messy one. The Heat signed Bosh to a four-year, $88 million max deal in 2014. After he signed, Bosh ended up having blood clots that limited him for two seasons in a row. Now the Heat have said they will not clear him medically and his career with them is over, but Bosh wants to continue playing in the NBA. And...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 12, 2016  |  Discuss

To save his legacy Chris Bosh must first protect his health

Chris Bosh is one of those era-defining players who is consistently left out of the conversation about era-defining players. He’s a 6-foot-11 power forward with excellent footwork around the rim with the ability to extend his range out to 15 feet and beyond with ease. He’s won multiple championships; was a perennial All-Star; and is the all-time leader in points, rebounds and...
Via Yardbarker
September 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh deserved more than our jokes and underappreciation

From all indications, we may be on the brink of the end of an era. The era is that of Chris Bosh as a player in the National Basketball Association, and the indications include a recently failed physical, reoccurring blood clots, and 44 and 53 games played over the last two seasons, respectively. For his part, Bosh isn’t so convinced that it’s over, acknowledging the current...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
September 26, 2016  |  Discuss

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