◼️ The general managers don’t want to play with a power forward who was found blood clots in both lungs and calves in 2015 and 2016.
Chris Bosh played his last match on February 9, 2016 due to the appearance of a blood clot, first in the lung and, later, in a caff that made him fear for his life. From that day on, the power forward struggles to return to the courts. He wants to return to an NBA in which he won two rings with one of the best teams ever with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade in Miami. The Florida franchise cut him off in July 2017 due to this health problem and after a bitter controversy. “I keep my options open as a player”, he said in an interview with the Sun Sentinel where he said he remains in shape before a possible return.
A possibility that seems closed for the franchises of the League. “If he were healthy, he would be in Miami right now, the fact that they determined it was not a viable option makes me think that we’re not going to go for him”, a general manager told Jackie MacMullan (ESPN). “The risk is too great, we are talking about a state that threatens your life, who wants to get involved in this?” Said another senior executive.
Bosh, with 33 years of age, has played 893 regular season games in 13 years in the elite with an average of 19.2 points and 8.5 rebounds. To these figures we must add 89 playoff duels with 15.6 points and 5.6 average rebounds. He is an eleven times All Star and part of the best quintet of the League in 2007.