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|11/01/2014||Nicolas Batum, SF CHA|
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 F Chris Bosh says he's at 90 percent
|by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer|
|(7/15/15) Chris Bosh, who missed the end of last season for the Heat due to the discovery of blood clots in his lungs, is close to being cleared to participate in full basketball activity and proclaims himself at "90 percent," per the Palm Beach Post.
Bosh says he expects to be ready when training camp begins in September.
"It's a little bit tougher getting back on that horse if you haven't played in a while," he said. "It's good to get it out now as opposed to later. I feel good. My shot feels good. The conditioning is coming along. As far as my feel on the court is concerned, it's good."
Heat F Chris Bosh has been doing on-court work
|by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer|
|(6/2/15) Heat forward Chris Bosh, who missed the final 30 games of the season, has resumed on-court workouts, according to the Miami Herald.
Bosh was diagnosed with blood clots in his lungs in February, but is hoping to be ready for the 2015-16 season-opener.
"I’m excited," he said in April. "I haven’t had a chance to work on my game. I’m going to actually get to work on my game. I feel like a young fellow again out there."
Heat F Chris Bosh plans to play in regular-season opener next season
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(5/12/15) Heat forward Chris Bosh said he will be ready for the regular-season opener next season, reports NBA TV.
Bosh was diagnosed with blood clots in his lungs in February, which ended his season after 44 games. He has been cleared to start exercising with the hope of beginning basketball-related activities in September.
Heat forward Chris Bosh on blood clots: 'I'm lucky to be alive'
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(5/5/15) Heat forward Chris Bosh opened up on when he first started experiencing issues related to the blood clots he suffered and he said he feels fortunate to be alive, reports 790 The Ticket.
"In Boston, we actually won that game, but I couldn't breathe," he said, referring to a Feb. 1 game. "I was like, 'Man, I can't breathe. Something's wrong with me. I can't breathe.' You try to take a deep breath and I couldn't do that."
Despite not feeling well, Bosh attempted to play through the issue, which he said he now regrets.
"I know, I'll never do it again," Bosh said. "It sounds crazy, doesn't it? I wish I could go back and tell myself not to do those things, but I'm lucky to be alive. I am. I took that as a lesson to stop trying to be a tough guy all the time. That's kinda how we're trained, to just suck it up and throw some dirt on it and get back out there.
"The last four years, the way we had been competing, there were multiple times I had to do that. We all had to do that. It gets ingrained in you, and we don't want to admit that we're fragile. We come with that cape and everything that comes with it. We get in that mind frame. I should have said something. But I'm here and I'm chilling."
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.
|The 2014-15 season was supposed to be a return to form for Chris Bosh, who had an opportunity to be the go-to scorer for the first time since joining the Heat and living under Dwyane Wade and LeBron James' shadows. He did up his scoring to the 20-per-game mark for the first time since 2009-10, averaging 21.1, and added 2.2 assists and 1.4 3-pointers per game to his mark as well. However, Bosh struggled with efficiency, shooting just 46.0 percent from the field, and averaged just 7.0 rebounds per game, a disappointing number given his jump in minutes. And then, of course, his season came to an abrupt end in February when Bosh was diagnosed with a blood clot in his lung, an issue that put him in the hospital and kept him off the court for months. He is expected to be fully recovered by the start of this season, so Fantasy owners should definitely have him back on their radars. However, with the addition of Goran Dragic and the continued presence of Hassan Whiteside, it will be difficult for Bosh to average 20 points per game again. Expect something in the high teens, with enough shooting and efficiency to be a No. 1 center, though one on the lower end of things.
(Updated 8/10/15) |
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