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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.

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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.

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Bosh (illness) was hospitalized in Miami on Thursday due to chest and lung pain, the Miami Herald reports.Bosh isn't traveling with the team to New York on Friday, and for good reason. It's unclear exactly what is going on but it appears to be related to the chest and lung area, and is likely due to the illness. It's unclear how long the issue will sideline Bosh, but his status for Friday's game against the Pelicans is probably questionable at best.

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Bosh (illness) will not make the trip to New York for Friday's game, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.Bosh has been ill since the Heat resumed practice Wednesday, and he's sat out the last two sessions. Consider him questionable to play Saturday when the Heat return home to face the Pelicans.

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Bosh (illness) missed practice for the second straight day Thursday.Bosh visited with a doctor rather than practicing, and the team is listing him as questionable to travel to New York for Friday's game. If he doesn't make the trip, Udonis Haslem or Chris Andersen are the top candidates to start in his place.

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Bosh missed practice Wednesday due to illness, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.Coach Erik Spoelstra said he's unsure if Bosh is dealing with the flu or some other ailment, but the big man should be considered questionable for Friday's game against the Knicks until further notice.

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Bosh says he is hurting, but it's something he can play through, Turner Sports' Ethan J. Skolnick reports.Bosh indicated his side/ribs are ailing, but it seems he will be able to play through the discomfort. Most players in the NBA are dealing with something at this point in the season, but it's worth noting that Bosh is banged up. The Heat start the second half with a back-to-back set Friday and Saturday.

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Bosh scored a game-high 32 points (12-23 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 4-5 FT) with six assists in 37 minutes in the win over New York on Monday.Since scoring 34 points on Feb. 3 in the loss to the Pistons, Bosh had put up a pair of 14-point games. His scoring success appears to depend somewhat on whether he is making 3-pointers. He has only averaged 4.8 rebounds in his last five games.