"It's pretty definitive for us in our position".
"...they told me that my season is over, my career is probably over and this just happens, this is just how it is", Bosh said.
Per The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Miami Heat are becoming increasingly sure that Bosh's time with the franchise is over following another failed physical.
"We are not able to comment further in light of Article XXII, Section 3 (e) of the NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement, which precludes a team from releasing certain medical information without a player's consent".
But Fleischmann failed his physical with the Minnesota Wild this weekend, though the team did not say if the reason was related to clotting problems. "Just because the journey has ups and downs doesn't mean that I will stop sharing with you guys".
Typically, CT scans are administered when clots are expected of having traveled to a lung a very serious condition called a pulmonary embolism, which Bosh also had in February 2015 in his first bout against the problem that now threatens his career.
Bosh, 32, missed the second half of the past two seasons after developing blood clots. The Heat can make moves in February in an effort to get Bosh's contract off their salary cap going forward, provided he doesn't play in the interim. "I'm just thankful. I'm just thankful for everybody and the love". "It was tough to watch C.B. and his family go through this the last couple of years".
Riley said the Heat's only focus was on Bosh's health. Riley strongly disagreed with Boshs assessment, insisting the team worked for months to help Bosh get healthy and back on the floor.
"We are not working toward his return", Riley told reporters on Monday. Furthermore, the National Basketball Association trade rumors hinted that if the Dallas Mavericks decide to enter a deal with the Miami Heat, then they might have to give away nearly half of their lineup consisting of players like Deron Williams, Andrew Bogut, Dwight Powell, and Devin Harris.
The Heat announced last week that the 11-time All-Star was not medically cleared to participate in the team's training camp. "That was a poor, poor statement on his part", Riley said.
In regards to the finances of the situation, Bosh is set to earn a little more than $75 million over the next three seasons.
If the medical issue keeps Bosh out of action for good, he would be paid the remainder of his contract - three years, $76 million - but that would not count against the Heat's salary cap after February 9. Bosh may end up requesting a trade to a team that will work with him to play him despite the health concerns.
The contentious relationship between Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh and team president Pat Riley over Bosh's fitness to play has apparently led Riley to declare that the veteran's career with the team has officially ended.