All-Star forward Chris Bosh remains with the Miami Heat despite him not playing for them in the upcoming season. This could hurt his career since there is a chance he will be unable to join a contending team.
In a report by Cavs Nation, the possibilities in Bosh's future were explored.
Since the Heat are yet to waive Bosh, it was stated that they might be waiting until March 1 to do so. If this is the case, then the 32-year-old is not allowed to be part of any team heading to the playoffs since his release occurred way past the trade deadline.
This means if Bosh is at 100 percent at that point and is cleared to see action, he is returning but could only sign with squads not participating in the postseason. Such is terrible news for the 32-year-old who is already facing great adversity as of the moment.
However, there is also a chance that Bosh never steps on the court again. For two seasons, he has been dealing with blood clots and from the looks of it, the situation is not favoring him as it goes on. If he failed a physical with the Heat, then it is expected to be similar with other teams who are likely following the same health guidelines.
Bosh remains optimistic regarding the matter and is displaying admirable courage while going through this ordeal.
The last time Bosh saw action in the National Basketball Association (NBA) was back in February during a 119-101 regular season loss to the San Antonio Spurs. After that, he spent his time on the sidelines. There were potential dates for his comeback but none of them materialized. He continued to sit out the rest of Miami's campaign which ended in the second round of the playoffs versus the Toronto Raptors.