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Key Stats
GPMIN/GPPGREB/GAST/GFG %
7433.216.66.81.753.5
 
Situational Stats
10/29/2013 vs. CHI
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Injury Report
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Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
02/14/2017Joakim Noah, C NY
Chris Bosh, PF MIA
Jabari Parker, F MIL
Eric Gordon, G HOU
Damian Lillard, G POR
Carmelo Anthony, F OKC
 
Last 10 Games
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Latest News

Chris Bosh: Officially waived by Heat

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(7/4/17) Bosh has officially been waived by the Heat.

As expected, the Heat have waived Bosh, clearing his remaining $52.1 million salary off the books as a result of a medical exception due to blood clot episodes. Bosh last played during the 2015 season, where he averaged 19.1 points and 7.4 boards over 53 games. As a testament to Bosh's accomplishments with the Heat, Pat Riley has indicated that Bosh's jersey will be retired. All signs indicate that Bosh will likely retire and possibly work in television, as he did with Turner Sports for a period of five weeks during last season.

Heat's Chris Bosh: Unofficially agrees to part ways with Heat

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(5/23/17) Bosh has unofficially agreed to part ways with the Heat in a deal made between him, the team, the union and the NBA, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. The Heat would receive "maximum cap relief" before the start of free agency.

The deal, while still unofficial, seems all but done. Once everything is sorted out, the Heat will permanently clear Bosh's remaining $52.1 million salary off the books, even if he resumes his career elsewhere. The 33-year-old hasn't taken the floor during the past season and a half due to blood clot episodes, for which he remains on blood thinners. He last played during the 2015 season, where he averaged 19.1 points and 7.4 rebounds while playing 53 games. It's unknown at this time if he will officially retire soon, but he worked as a guest studio analyst for Turner sports for a period of five weeks during this past season -- seemingly testing the waters outside of his playing career.

Heat's Chris Bosh: Working as television analyst

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(2/28/17) Bosh (blood clots) will work as a guest studio analyst for Turner Sports over the next five weeks and seems to have ruled out a potential return this season, Manny Navarro of the Miami Herald reports.

Bosh made his debut on TNT on Monday night, signaling that he's already started to thinking about his post-playing career after team doctors failed his physical due to complications stemming from blood clots, an issue the big man has dealt with since February 2015. Once an independent doctor rules that Bosh's blood clots are a career-ending condition, the Heat are expected to clear the remaining two years of his five-year, $118.7 million contract from their books at some point after March 1, though Bosh will still be paid out his salary in full. Heat president Pat Riley acknowledged in September that Bosh's career with Miami was likely over, and though a release from the team wouldn't preclude the 32-year-old from exploring opportunities elsewhere, it seems that Bosh is becoming increasingly more receptive to retirement.

Heat's Chris Bosh: Working as television analyst

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(2/28/17) Bosh (blood clots) will work as a guest studio analyst for Turner Sports over the next five weeks and seems to have ruled out a potential return this season, Manny Navarro of the Miami Herald reports.

Bosh made his debut at TNT on Monday night, signaling that he's already started to thinking about his post-playing career after team doctors failed his physical due to complications stemming from blood clots, an issue the big man has dealt with since February 2015. Once an independent doctor rules that Bosh's blood clots are a career-ending condition, the Heat are expected to clear the remaining two years on his five-year, $118.7 million contract from their books at some point in March, though Bosh will still be paid out his salary in full. Heat president Pat Riley acknowledged in September that Bosh's career with Miami was likely over, and though a release from the team wouldn't preclude the 32-year-old from exploring opportunities elsewhere, it seems that Bosh is becoming increasingly more receptive to retirement.

Heat's Chris Bosh: Seemingly pondering retirement

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(1/6/17) Bosh (blood clots) said Thursday that he's "kind of getting a taste of retirement now," and could be ready to accept that his NBA career is over, Anthony Chiang of the Palm Beach Post reports.

Bosh hasn't played in a competitive game since last February due to ongoing blood clot issues, and though he was working out this offseason in preparation for a return in 2016-17, the Heat's team doctors were unwilling to clear him for training camp. The 11-time All-Star remains a member of the 15-man roster, but team president Pat Riley said in September that Bosh's career with Miami "probably is over," so it seems likely that he'll be waived Feb. 9 or later, when the team would be eligible to apply for salary-cap relief from his contract. Bosh, who was displeased with the organization's unwillingness to clear him and previously indicated that he planned to keep his career going, is perhaps coming to grips with the reality that his issues with blood clots are severe enough to present long-term complications if he were to continue playing. Even if Bosh becomes a free agent in February or after March 1 -- when he wouldn't be eligible to play in the postseason if he signs elsewhere -- it seems rather unlikely that a team would be willing to take a gamble on him, given his problematic medical history. Even in the deepest of leagues, Bosh doesn't make for a strong stash.

 
 

 
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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