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Bosh (blood clots on lungs) looked good in player-organized practices this week, the Miami Herald reports.

Chris Bosh PF/C MIA 3 months ago

Bosh (chest) was on the court going through drills Tuesday, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

Bosh is yet to begin contact work, but he has not suffered any setbacks and figures to be ready in advance of the start of training camp. While Bosh dealt with a serious blood clot issue last season, the positive in the situation is that he's not recovering from a debilitating injury, so most of his offseason work will be geared toward conditioning.

Chris Bosh PF/C MIA 4 months ago

Bosh (chest) stated on NBA TV Tuesday that he will be ready on opening night for next season.

This is great news for the Heat, as while it was expected that Bosh would be able to make a full recovery from his collapsed lung, his exact timetable was still up in the air. Now, with it confirmed that he will be ready to play in the first game of next season, Bosh will look to reassert himself as one of the best scoring forwards in the league and guide Miami back to the playoffs.

Chris Bosh PF/C MIA 4 months ago

Bosh played in 44 regular season games before being hospitalized after suffering from a blood clot in one of his lungs. He was forced to sit out the final 30 games of the season, but in the 44 games he did play, he still managed to average 21.1 points and 7.0 rebounds per game. He is expected to make a full recovery heading into next season.

This was the first year of Bosh's new five-year, $118 million contract, and while health concerns got the best of him this year, it appears as if Bosh will serve as the main offensive threat for Miami for at least the next few seasons. However, Bosh may be playing a slightly different role next season with the emergence of big man Hassan Whiteside. Bosh had grown accustomed to playing the center position, but now, with Whiteside proving is worth as a starting center on both ends of the floor, it is very likely that Bosh moves back to the power forward position, a spot on the floor he played for many years before. Regardless, next season, as long as he can stay healthy, Bosh will look to regain his place as one of the best scoring forwards in the NBA and lead the Heat back to the playoffs.

Chris Bosh PF/C MIA 4 months ago

Bosh (chest) has begun lifting and running, Joe Goodman of the Miami Herald reports.

Bosh, who missed most of the second half of the season with a blood clot, remains on blood thinners, so he's unable to take contact. For the time being, he'll stick to lifting and running before resuming basketball activities over the summer. Bosh told reporters Friday that he hasn't shot a basketball since the All-Star break.

Chris Bosh PF/C MIA 6 months ago

Bosh (chest) is scheduled to resume full basketball activities in September, Ethan Skolnick of Bleacher Report reports.

Bosh is doing well after a blood clot was discovered in his lung shortly after the All-Star break, but he's on a blood thinner regimen that will prevent him from participating in any contact. It's unknown when he'll be able to begin ramping up activity, but if all goes as planned, Bosh should be ready to go when the 2015-16 season opens in late-October.

Chris Bosh PF/C MIA 6 months ago

Bosh (chest) was released from the hospital Friday, the Miami Herald reports.

The development is great for Bosh's general welfare, but his 2014-15 campaign is nonetheless over due to blood clots in his lung.

Chris Bosh PF/C MIA 6 months ago

Bosh (chest) will miss the remainder of the season as he deals with blood clots on his lung.This news was all but expected as Bosh has been hospitalized for the better part of a week. The Heat said Saturday that Bosh's prognosis is good but he's still being treated at a local Miami hospital.

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Bosh (chest) confirmed Friday morning that he has a blood clot in one of his lungs, NBA TV's Jared Zwerling reports.Bosh will miss an extended period of time, quite possibly even the rest of this season. No timeline has been provided, but recovery from such a serious issue often takes upward of six months. The Heat are in no position to replace Bosh, with the team's lack of depth especially obvious in the frontcourt. Hassan Whiteside will likely take on an even larger role, while Chris Andersen, Udonis Haslem, Luol Deng, James Ennis and Henry Walker are all candidates to get extra minutes. The Heat may need to further explore the free agent market, after signing Walker to a 10-day contract Friday.

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Bosh (chest) may be dealing with a blood clot in his lung, the Miami Herald reports.The report is preliminary, however, but it would be a huge blow and scare for the Heat if Bosh is indeed suffering from that issue. The story will likely unfold more over the next couple of days, so owners should monitor the situation closely.