Chris Bosh (blood clots) is expected to begin basketball activity in September.
Chris Bosh (blood clot) has been released from the hospital.
Chris Bosh (blood clots) remains hospitalized.
The Heat announced Chris Bosh will miss the remainder of the 2014-15 season while being treated for blood clots in his lung.
Chris Bosh's wife, Adrienne, said Chris is "doing OK."
Updating a previous report, Chris Bosh has been diagnosed with a blood clot in both of his lungs.
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Friday that everyone is "jumping the gun" on Chris Bosh's blood clot (lung) and that a full diagnosis has yet to be completed.
Chris Bosh has reportedly been diagnosed with a blood clot on his lung, and he will likely miss the remainder of the 2014-15 season.
The initial tests taken to determine whether Chris Bosh has blood clots on his lungs came back inconclusive, according to the Miami Heat.
Unconfirmed initial concerns are that Chris Bosh has a blood clot in his lung.
Chris Bosh (illness) is in a Miami-area hospital and is having an examination on his chest.
Chris Bosh (illness) will not be traveling with the team to New York for Friday's game against the Knicks.
Chris Bosh (illness) saw a doctor on Thursday and he's questionable to play vs. the Knicks on Friday.
Chris Bosh (illness) did not practice on Wednesday.