Chris Bosh return has no medical basis yet, retirement still possibility

Chris Bosh return has no medical basis yet, retirement still possibility

Chris Bosh, who has been sidelined by the Miami Heat due to health reasons (blood clots), believes he’ll be back to play before the NBA training camp starts.

It’s a situation where positivity certainly helps, both from Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat, but in the end only his medical examinations will determine his fate in the NBA, and none of it has come out yet to prove anything regarding his condition.

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Medical results are expected to be out within the month.

Rumors of Bosh finally returning to play has resurfaced after he posted videos of him training harder in the gym.

He also posted a photo of himself with Dwyane Wade that states, “Great workout with the homie @DwyaneWade this morning. #hardwork,” as reported by the Sun Sentinel.

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According to a report by ESPN Chris Bosh said, “I know I’ve been gone for a moment, but now I’m back. Everybody is always asking me, ‘Am I hooping?’ Yes, I’m hooping. I’m a hooper.'”

The Heat have used Bosh in promotional campaigns for season ticket sales, but it is noteworthy that not Bosh, nor anyone from the Heat management has been able to give out a definitive explanation or status of his condition.

We have nothing in our hands yet, but mainly good energy and lots of positivity. The real score remains to be seen.

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Chris Bosh re-signed with the Heat last July 30, 2014 after LeBron James announced he was leaving for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

After LeBron James left, the Heat also lost Dwyane Wade to the Chicago Bulls, while Loul Deng and Joe Johnson had also departed.

The old set up has been much skeletonized, and had undergone a rebuilding process with new players focused on a tough, defensive-oriented team under coach Erik Spoelstra.

The Heat needs its star back to lead its line up of young athletes, but like Bosh, Erik Spoelstra believes change is a natural part of growth. That’s one thing he’s learned after losing LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.

It’s clear that both Chris Bosh and the team wants him back on court, but that won’t happen unless he gets cleared by the team’s doctors.

His health is a priority over the joy of having him back playing, and the team has proven that by now, and will continue to do so even if it means they’d have to retire him for medical reasons if the results don’t wield positive results.

Keep up the positivity, for that’s all we have for now.

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