If Chris Bosh can make it back for next season, the Bulls are "already plotting a run and will be at the front of the line to try to sign him," according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
It seems Chris Bosh may be considering walking away from the game for good, as he said on Thursday he is now "getting the taste of retirement."
The new NBA labor deal "will create for the first time an independent medical panel to settle life-and-death cases," according to Howard Beck of Bleacher Report.
Chris Bosh (blood clots) is reportedly more likely to attempt an NBA comeback next season, rather than this year.
The Heat can now apply for insurance to pay for a good portion of Chris Bosh’s contract.
Chris Bosh (blood clots) is unlikely to take the court during the 2016-17 season.
The National Basketball Players Association is "monitoring" the Heat's approach with Chris Bosh, a source told Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
The Heat reportedly won't waive Chris Bosh (blood clots) until after March 1 to ensure that his entire salary is off the books for free agency in 2017.
The Heat may not waive Chris Bosh (blood clots) until February.
Chris Bosh said he will "go everywhere and do everything it takes" to return to the basketball court.
Chris Bosh said he guesses his career in Miami is over, but not his NBA career.
Heat president Pat Riley said on Monday that Chris Bosh's career with the Heat is over.
The Miami Heat have released an official statement on Chris Bosh stating that the team is unable to clear him to take the court.
Chris Bosh (blood clots) remains hopeful that he will be able to play again.