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Heat sign Okaro White to 10-day contract

MIAMI (AP) -- The Miami Heat have signed forward Okaro White to a 10-day contract.White was with the Heat for the summer league last year and training camp before this season. Tuesday's move means he becomes the 16th name on the roster. Miami received permission from the NBA to exceed the 15-player limit because a number of players are sidelined by injury and illness.White averaged...
Via Associated Press
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Injury-depleted Heat sign forward Okaro White to 10-day deal

MIAMI (AP) The Miami Heat have signed forward Okaro White to a 10-day contract. White was with the Heat for the summer league last year and training camp before this season. Tuesday's move means he becomes the 16th name on the roster. Miami received permission from the NBA to exceed the 15-player limit because a number of players are sidelined by injury and illness. White averaged...
Via Associated Press
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh says he is getting ‘taste of retirement,’ unsure of future

Is Chris Bosh as committed to an NBA return as he once was? Speaking at the CES gadget show in Las Vegas, Bosh said that he has been taking time to himself, following his passions, and figuring out where he wants to go next as he sits out, not yet cleared to return to the NBA due to blood clot issues. “For me, I kind of just follow my passions and follow what I love to do and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh admits he's starting to get a 'taste of retirement'

Chris Bosh hasn’t officially called it a career, but the Miami Heat forward — who hasn’t played since last February — does admit he’s getting a “taste of retirement.”Bosh, who has been sidelined because of complications related to blood clots, hasn’t officially been around the Heat since September, when he failed a physical. He missed the last 30 games of the 2014...
Via FOX Sports
12 days ago

Chris Bosh is stuck in medical limbo, but the new CBA may offer a way out

Chris Bosh is only 32 years old. He’s been in the league since 2003, part of the same sensational draft class as LeBron, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Paul, and he obviously joined James and Wade on two Miami Heat title teams. He’s also survived two separate blood clots, cutting short both of the last two seasons. Bosh hasn’t played since his second diagnosis, in February of 2016...
Via The Comeback
27 days 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
December 07, 2016  |  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
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