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|11/01/2014||Nicolas Batum, SF POR|
Chris Bosh, PF MIA
Kevin Durant, SF OKC
|Pau Gasol, PF CHI|
Derrick Favors, PF UTA
Carmelo Anthony, SF NY
|11/01/2014||Kobe Bryant, SG LAL|
Markieff Morris, PF PHO
Andre Drummond, C DET
|Chris Bosh, PF MIA|
James Harden, SG HOU
|11/01/2014||Al Jefferson, C CHA||Chris Bosh, PF MIA|
|Last 10 Games|
Heat's Chris Bosh hopes to start shooting in June or July
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(4/17/15) Heat PF Chris Bosh hasn't shot a ball since the All Star Break, he said during his post-season exit interview, per Turner/Bleacher Report.
Bosh plans to start shooting again in June or July, which would be ahead of his recovery schedule.
Bosh missed the second half of the season with blood clots in his lungs.
Heat's Chris Bosh set to resume basketball activities in September
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(3/9/15) Heat forward Chris Bosh is on track to resume basketball activities in September, the team announced Monday.
"I'm making sure that I stay patient and not getting too ahead of myself," Bosh said.
Bosh has been ruled out for the season while he deals with blood clots in his lungs. During a press conference Monday, Bosh said he believed he had been playing with the blood clots for nearly three weeks before going to a doctor, reports the Palm Beach Post.
He will be reevaluated later this month to determine if he can begin regular exercise. If approved, Bosh would begin exercising later this month then start strength training in April.
"I've come to appreciate everything about basketball. It's something that I love and will love forever," he said.
Heat forward Chris Bosh released from the hospital
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(2/28/15) Heat forward Chris Bosh was released from the hospital on Friday, according to the Associated Press.
"He's at home. He's starting to feel a little better," coach Erik Spoelstra told the South Florida Sun Sentinel. Bosh will miss the rest of the season after dealing with a blood clot in his lung. When asked whether Bosh would attend games the rest of the year, Spoelstra said the most important thing was that Bosh was at home now.
Heat's Spoelstra expects Chris Bosh released from hospital soon
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(2/23/15) Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is expecting forward Chris Bosh to be released from the hospital soon, but he is not sure of an exact date yet, reports the Sun Sentinel.
Bosh is dealing with blood clots in his lungs that will force him to miss the rest of the season. He finished the season averaging 21.1 points and 7.0 rebounds in 44 games.
Heat F Chris Bosh thanks fans for support while in hospital
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(2/21/15) Heat forward Chris Bosh posted a message to his Instagram account Saturday night to thank those that have supported him following his diagnosis of blood clots on his lungs.
"Thank you for all the messages, love, and support. It has truly lifted my spirits through this tough process. #Heatnation #Iwillbebacksoon #Boshfamily," Bosh wrote.
Bosh will miss the remainder of the 2014-15 season and will be treated for a pulmonary embolism. After experiencing flu-like symptoms this week, Bosh was excused from practice on Wednesday.
Bosh was admitted to a hospital with reports of the blood clots on his lung emerging Friday morning. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said that Bosh's condition is not expected to be life-threatening.
With the Heat this season, Bosh averaged 21.1 points and 7.0 rebounds in 35.4 minutes per game.
|As his game has become more perimeter oriented, Chris Bosh has faded into the background of the box score over the last few years. However, with the departure of LeBron James in free-agency, Bosh could be a featured offensive player for the Heat this coming season. Bosh was once a first-round Fantasy talent, as he averaged 24.0 points and 10.8 rebounds per game in his final season in Toronto. While he may not reach those lofty heights again, Bosh is a pretty safe bet to best his averages of a year ago, when he put up 16.2 points and 6.6 rebounds in just 32.0 minutes per game. With his expanded scoring repertoire, Bosh should prove well-suited to a larger role, and will be well worth a selection after the first couple of rounds on Draft Day.
(Updated 8/26/14) |
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