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The Miami HEAT and Chris Bosh announce that Chris will not be playing in the remainder of the 2016 NBA Playoffs. The HEAT, Chris, the doctors and medical team have been working together throughout this process and will continue to do so to return Chris to playing basketball as soon as possible.
Bosh directed and produced the film, titled “Rebuilt.” It is being released in parts, and the first installment comes less than a week before the opening of training camp. Bosh revealed last week in a podcast that he had not yet been cleared by Heat doctors but believed he’d found a medication regimen that would allow him to return to playing by using blood-thinning drugs that would be out of his system before playing or practicing. Bosh has consulted numerous physicians for opinions on treatment.
Having the game taken away — maybe for good — because of issues related to blood clots is still not an easy pill for Bosh to swallow. Now working as an analyst for Turner Sports, he is seeing the game in a different way than he was just a year or so ago. Bosh hasn’t played since February 2016 because of blood clotting issues.
He still could return to playing in the NBA after his official release from the Heat but must provide the league with the necessary medical evidence that he is healthy enough to do so. Bosh is guaranteed $52 million over the next two seasons, though a significant portion of that is covered by insurance.
Bosh has said in several interviews that he still hopes to find a treatment plan that would allow him to return to the floor in the future. Under the current rules, if he were to return and discount nba jerseys play more than 25 games for another team, his salary cap hit would return to the Heat’s books and they would potentially face luxury tax penalties.
The Miami HEAT and Chris Bosh, in consultation with team doctors and other physicians, have been working together for many months with the mutual goal of having Chris return to the court as soon as possible. Chris has now taken his pre-season physical. The Miami HEAT regret that it remains unable to clear Chris to return to basketball activities, and there is no timetable for his return.
“I can see it in some instances,” Bosh told The Associated Press. “But then at the same time, if you can play, play. When there’s so much work to do, it’s kind of hard to see why guys would take time off. With that said, from a player’s side, the schedule is intense. But I guess that’s part of being in the NBA. And I think what happened was when young guys start saying, ‘Oh, rest,’ that kind of brought it to a tipping point a little bit.”
In statements released in recent days, Bosh said he is ready to play and was written off by the team when the second bout with clots began. Riley strongly denied that assessment, saying the team worked to clear Bosh.
Bosh and the team have been at somewhat of a standoff on the issue since the spring, when Bosh announced via his own public relations firm that he was planning to return to play last season. Under pressure from the player’s union, the Heat and Bosh met and decided he would be declared out for the season, but the issue would be revisited before training camp.