NBA Rumors: Chris Bosh returning next season; Heat player is ‘hopeful’

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NBA rumors on Chris Bosh's return
Washington Wizards v/s Miami Heat December 18, 2010

There are NBA rumors that swirled about Chris Bosh’s retirement in the NBA. This is due to the blood clots in his lungs that forced him not to play basketball for a while. But the latest NBA rumors about him are suggesting that the player might be returning to his Miami heat team next season.

Bosh is under contract to play with the Heat until 2019. His last appearance for the team was against the San Antonio Spurs last season before he was diagnosed with the blood clots.

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The injury that he suffered could force him to retire, but the player seemed optimistic based on his recent Instagram post.

Although he didn’t tell that he would surely return next season, he’s at least “hopeful” that he’s going to come back in the league.

He also showed a video in his twitter account to prove that he’s really eager to play again for the Heat.

Bosh’s determination is what keeps him from playing in the NBA. The formation of blood clots in his lungs didn’t actually start last season. It actually started in 2015, when he was also forced to miss the Heat’s remaining games.

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The Miami big man is currently 32-years-old, but he’s still a highly-skilled player on the court. At his 6-foot-11 frame, he’s draining three-pointers with ease aside from being a dominant player in the post. He is a career 33.3 % shooter from beyond the three-point arc to prove this.

It is also too early for Bosh to retire since he averaged about 19.1 points per game and 7.4 rebounds per game before he had the blood clots last season.

The Heat fans could only hope that the NBA rumors about Bosh’s return would come to reality this coming season.

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