Chris Bosh is not medically-cleared to take part in training camp, and his career in Miami may be done.
The front-office are said to be in agreement with team doctors: Bosh will probably not suit up again for the Heat.
— The Vertical (@TheVertical) September 23, 2016
Bosh is desperate to play again, and the 32-year-old has reportedly been avoiding team president Pat Riley.
Another bout of blood clotting was a significant part of the failed physical, and Bosh’s chances of resuming his NBA career are in a perilous state, sources said.
There’s been a complete breakdown in communication between Heat president Pat Riley and Bosh, sources said. Bosh has been reluctant to talk with Riley, sources said, although Riley and Heat officials are hopeful for a chance to sit down with Bosh soon and discuss his future.
Riley, owner Micky Arison and the Heat doctors have been fearful of the potential health risks of Bosh trying to navigate the recurring blood clots with an NBA playing career, and it is unlikely that Bosh will find any team willing to clear him with the grave dangers associated with his health plight.