According to the Miami Herald, the Heat are still hopeful that Chris Bosh (blood clots) will play next season barring a setback.
According to Dan Le Batard of ESPN, the Heat are expecting Chris Bosh (blood clots) to be available next season.
Pat Riley said there is no timeframe on Chris Bosh (blood clot).
According to ESPN's Dan Le Batard, Miami is hopeful that Chris Bosh will be able to play next season.
"There is a fear within the Heat organization" that Chris Bosh will never play in the NBA again, sources told ESPN's Brian Windhorst.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said there is "no dispute" between the Heat and Chris Bosh about his playing status.
Heat reporter Ira Winderman told 560 WQAM that he doesn't believe Chris Bosh (blood clots) will play in the NBA again.
The Heat ruled out Chris Bosh for the remainder of the postseason, according to a team statement.
The NBPA has reportedly requested to have a meeting with the Heat to try and resolve the situation with Chris Bosh (blood clots).
Chris Bosh (blood clots) will be in attendance for Tuesday's Game 1 against the Raptors, although he remains "out indefinitely."
The NBPA has released a statement on Chris Bosh (blood clots), saying that their top priority is Bosh's health and well being.
Chris Bosh (blood clots) did not travel to Toronto with the Heat in advance of Tuesday's Game 1.
Chris Bosh (blood clot) has been pressuring the Heat to play, according to ESPN's Dan Le Batard.
Chris Bosh (blood clots) would like to return for the 2015-16 postseason.