All-Star forward Chris Bosh provided some brief updates on his mysterious medical condition over the weekend, and Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoestra says the big fella is working out with the team’s coaching staff.
Feeling good! Feeling great! https://t.co/Jw0SHlQN4v
— Chris Bosh (@chrisbosh) March 5, 2016
Bosh was sidelined prior to the All-Star break with a calf injury, and the recurrence of the blood clots which prematurely ended his 2014-15 campaign has put into question the remainder of the season.
The Heat have so far just listed Bosh on their “inactive list”.
Per the Sun-Sentinel:
“Not necessarily with the team. But, yeah, he’ll work out with the staff,” Spoelstra said before the Heat faced the Philadelphia 76ers at AmericanAirlines Arena. “He’s staying engaged and he’s in great spirits. And that never surprised me with C.B.”
A team spokesman said before Sunday’s game, “There is no new news on Chris Bosh.” […] Bosh posted Saturday on his Twitter account, “Workout was good today.” He also offered a Twitter reply to a question on his health, with a response of, “Feeling good! Feeling great!”
The Heat have offered no update on Bosh since Heat President Pat Riley said at a team fundraiser two weeks ago, “They are continuing to find ways and to explore options and that’s probably the best way to deal with it.”