Miami Heat All-Star forward Chris Bosh was a guest on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” Wednesday, and challenged the entire staff to a game of hoops.

The big guy either blocked or goal-tended all of their shots.

Bosh also chatted with the actor Jason Sudeikis about having “The Talk” with their respective children.

Bosh reports that he’s fully-recovered from a blood clot scare that derailed his 2014-15 season.

Per the Sun-Sentinel:

Chris Bosh will resume working out with the Miami Heat next week and reiterated that he has pushed past the blood clots on his left lung that sidelined him for the second half of last season. […] During an appearance Wednesday on The Late, Late Show with James Corden on CBS, Bosh said, “I’m ready to play. I’ve been healthy. It’s been a great summer.”

 

Appearing alongside comic actor Jason Sudeikis, Bosh explained why he was sidelined, after the host, a British comic, said, “You were benched for half of last season.”

 

“I developed blood clots,” Bosh said. “I was sidelined with blood clots. I missed the second half of the season. That’s just something I had to battle back from. I had a pulmonary embolism in my left lung. So I had I’ve been bouncing back, and it’s been a long process, but it’s been great.” […] Asked by Sudeikis about the discomfort that led to the diagnosis, Bosh said, “It was kind of a slow-building process and everything, and I felt just severe pain in my left lung. It starts off tight and you really can’t move, and it’s pretty bad. But I’m here now.”