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Key Stats
GPMIN/GPPGREB/GAST/GFG %
7433.216.66.81.753.5
 
Situational Stats
10/29/2013 vs. CHI
SituationGMINREBAPTSAVG
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Injury Report
Calf - Out for the season
(Updated: 20160926)
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Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
10/24/2016Marco Belinelli, SG CHA
Chris Bosh, PF MIA
 
Last 10 Games
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Latest News

Heat's Chris Bosh: Miami career believed to be over

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(9/26/16) Heat president Pat Riley said Monday that he believes Bosh's (blood clots) Heat career is likely over, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports. "We are not working toward his return," Riley said.

Riley's comments more or less confirm what Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski had suggested over the weekend, as Heat team doctors once again denied Bosh's return to the court by failing him in his pre-training camp physical. With Bosh having already suffered setbacks with blood clots in back-to-back seasons and still showing evidence of clotting his left calf, it's looking quite possible that we've seen the last of him at the NBA level, since a return to the court would pose major medical risks. The Heat will still pay Bosh the remaining $76 million owed on his contract, but he'll have to remain on the 15-man roster until at least Feb. 9 in order for his salary not to count against the Heat's cap. Expect him to be waived after that date.

Heat's Chris Bosh: Playing career could be over

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(9/24/16) Members of the Heat organization increasingly believe that Bosh's (blood clots) tenure with the franchise is over, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.

After seeing his past two seasons come to an early end due to blood clot episodes, Bosh failed his preseason physical earlier this week and remains without a definite timetable for his return. While Bosh intimated earlier in the offseason that he hoped to get back on the court for training camp while taking blood-thinning medications, doctors weren't willing to clear him after determining that evidence of clotting still existed in his calf. Bosh's insistence that he's capable of playing and the Heat's subsequent unwilling to clear him has soured his relationship with the team brass, as Wojnarowski reports that Bosh hasn't spoken with team president Pat Riley for months. Since Bosh remains signed for three more years and $76 million, the Heat are on the hook for his entire contract, and are unable to waive him until Feb. 9 in order for his contract not to count against the salary cap. Assuming that team doctors don't budge from their assessment of Bosh's condition within the next few months, look for the Heat to release him shortly before the All-Star break, which would effectively end his NBA career.

Heat's Chris Bosh: Fails physical

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(9/23/16) Bosh (blood clots) failed his physical and will be unable to practice for the start of training camp.

Bosh and the Heat indicated in the offseason that the all-star was ready to return but his failed physical leaves him without a timetable to return. He hasn't played since the all-star break in February and his status for the season opener against the Magic is in serious question.

Heat's Chris Bosh: Goes through physicals Wednesday

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(9/21/16) Bosh (blood clots) went through physicals with the Heat's training staff Wednesday, but the team has yet to issue an update on his status for the upcoming season, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.

Bosh indicated earlier in the offseason that he believes he's ready to play again, a sentiment that was echoed by some members in the organization, including teammate Udonis Haslem. While Bosh can't be counted on to participate in training camp until he's officially cleared by team doctors, it appears there's growing momentum that the power forward will be able to return to the court this season after his previous two campaigns ended early due to blood clots. Bosh continues to take blood thinners to deal with his condition, and while the Heat were reluctant to let him play last season while on medication, the organization may have softened its stance. Expect a formal update on Bosh to arrive before the Heat begins camp later this month.

Heat's Chris Bosh: Says he's ready to play

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(9/14/16) Bosh indicated on an Open Run podcast that he's ready to play, Rachel Nichols of ESPN.com reports. Bosh stated, "Absolutely, I mean, I'm ready to play. We've been talking for it for a long time - we released a statement back in May, saying as soon as I'm ready to play, as soon as possible, we'll play. And I'm ready. I've done all my work, I've done what I need to do, working with the doctors. I'm in incredible shape - at least decent enough."

With teammate Udonis Haslem recently releasing a statement saying he expects Bosh to be an active participant in training camp, this latest quote from Bosh only furthers the growing optimism that he'll be available to play during the upcoming season. Bosh is currently taking blood thinners after experiencing multiple issues with blood cots in the past year and despite original indications that the Heat organization may not be on board with him playing, they now appear to be willing to entertain the idea. If Bosh does indeed play, he'll be a high risk, high reward player, as his clotting issues could reappear during the season.

 
 

 
Two Week Schedule
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@CLE
7:30 pm
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@CHI
8:00 pm
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WAS
7:30 pm
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IND
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LAC
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Career Shooting Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINFGFGAFG%FG3FG3AFG3%FTFTAFT%PTSAVG
2003-04Toronto75251032771245.951435.720228870.186111.5
2004-05Toronto813017473100547.131030.041254276.0136116.8
2005-06Toronto702751549108750.50130.047458181.6157222.5
2006-07Toronto692658543109449.6123534.346359078.5156122.6
2007-08Toronto672425507102749.4102540.047255984.4149622.3
2008-09Toronto772928615126348.7124924.550461781.7174622.7
2009-10Toronto702526600115851.882236.447059079.7167824.0
2010-11Miami772795524105649.662524.038447181.5143818.7
2011-12Miami57200739380748.7103528.622927982.1102518.0
2012-13Miami74245448590753.5217428.424130279.8123216.6
2013-14Miami79253149295351.67421833.922327282.0128116.2
2014-15Miami44155634374546.06316837.517923277.292821.1
2015-16Miami53177835876746.78122236.521326879.5101019.1
TOTAL8933193562091258149.430591033.54466559179.91718919.2
More Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINREBRAVGAAAVGSTLSAVGBLKBAVGTO
2003-04Toronto7525105577.4781.0590.81061.4107
2004-05Toronto8130177188.91531.9760.91131.4187
2005-06Toronto7027516479.21812.6500.7791.1157
2006-07Toronto69265874110.71752.5390.6901.3179
2007-08Toronto6724255838.71712.6630.9671.0153
2008-09Toronto77292877110.01912.5670.9771.0174
2009-10Toronto70252675910.81662.4430.6681.0169
2010-11Miami7727956418.31441.9590.8490.6138
2011-12Miami5720074527.91031.8510.9450.8117
2012-13Miami7424545016.81231.7660.91011.4128
2013-14Miami7925315226.6871.1801.0781.0125
2014-15Miami4415563107.0952.2410.9250.695
2015-16Miami5317783907.41282.4360.7340.678
TOTAL8933193575928.517952.07300.89321.01807
Postseason Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINFGFGAFG%FG3FG3AFG3%FTFTAFT%PTSAVG
2006-07Toronto6222369139.61520.0323884.210517.5
2007-08Toronto5199428947.21714.3354283.312024.0
2010-11Miami2183413829147.4040.011414081.439018.6
2011-12Miami144397314849.371353.8435282.719614.0
2012-13Miami2375111024045.8153740.5446073.327912.1
2013-14Miami2068611622950.7307440.5364875.029814.9
TOTAL893131515108847.35414038.630438080.0138815.6
More Postseason Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINREBRAVGAAAVGSTLSAVGBLKBAVGTO
2006-07Toronto6222549.0152.550.8111.812
2007-08Toronto5199459.0183.681.620.413
2010-11Miami218341788.5231.1140.7190.940
2011-12Miami144391097.880.660.4141.020
2012-13Miami237511677.3341.5231.0361.627
2013-14Miami206861125.6211.1170.8201.014
TOTAL8931316657.51191.3730.81021.1126
College Career Shooting Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINFGFGAFG%FG3FG3AFG3%FTFTAFT%PTSAVG
2002-03Georgia Tech3196016830056.0224647.812717473.048515.6
TOTAL3196016830056.0224647.812717473.048515.6
More College Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINREBRAVGAAAVGSTLSAVGBLKBAVGTO
2002-03Georgia Tech319602789.0381.2301.0672.272
TOTAL319602789.0381.2301.0672.272
 
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