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Miami Heat News: Heat to Sign Henry Walker to Second 10-Day Contract

According to Shams Charania of RealGM, the Miami Heat have agreed to give forward Henry Walker a second 10-day contract. Walker’s first 10-day contract with the Heat expires at the end of the day. Miami Heat have reached agreement with forward Henry Walker on a second 10-day contract, league source tells RealGM. First expires today. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) March...
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Miami Heat News: Chris Bosh Finally Released from Hospital

It was reported on Saturday afternoon that Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh was finally released from Baptist Health System Hospital after receiving tentative care for diagnosed blood clots in his lung. Bosh is OUT of the hospital. — Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) February 28, 2015 Spo on Bosh: “He was very anxious to get out of there. It was driving him nuts.” — Tim...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat: 5 Players Who Could Fill The Void Left By Chris Bosh

Just days after the Miami Heat acquired point guard Goran Dragic at the trade deadline, the team announced that Chris Bosh would miss the remainder of the season due to blood clots found in his lungs. The Heat will be forced to find a suitable replacement for a player that ranked 13th in the league in points per game (21.1). Making matters worse is that Miami will have to fill the...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh thanks supporters with heartfelt Instagram post

Chris Bosh recently got some sobering news, but it appears he’s still in good spirits.   The Miami Heat announced Saturday that their All-Star forward will miss the rest of the season after blood clots were found in one of his lungs. It was a scary moment for Bosh, whose life could have been in danger if the problem wasn’t discovered sooner. The 30-year-old still is the hospital...
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat Announce Chris Bosh Out For The Season

The Miami Heat officially ruled Chris Bosh out for the rest of the season. ESPN reports the Miami Heat have officially announced that superstar Chris Bosh will miss at least the remainder of the 2014-2015 season. Bosh has been in the hospital this week following the All-Star break after feeling discomfort which turned out to be blood clots on one of his lungs. Heat coach Erik...
Via Basketball Bicker
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh To Miss Rest of Season For Heat With Blood Clots In Lungs

MIAMI — Not even a week ago, Chris Bosh was talking about how eager he was to get home in an effort to turn the Miami Heat season around. His focus will be on something far more important now. The All-Star forward’s season is over, with the Heat announcing on Saturday that — as suspected — blood clots were found on one of his lungs. The problem...
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Chris Bosh out for the season due to blood clots

The Miami Heat shared some real unfortunate news on Saturday. The team announced that All-Star Chris Bosh will miss the remainder of the year while undergoing treatment for blood clots on his lung. This is a major blow for the team on the court, but the larger concern has to be Bosh’s long-term health. In this, the Heat indicated that his prognosis is good. Here’s a statement...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Chris Bosh’s season over for the Miami Heat?

Just a day after the biggest acquisition of the season for the Miami Heat, the team may be facing a serious loss to their roster.  Heat forward Chris Bosh was reported to the hospital this past Thursday where doctors fear that he may have developed blood clots in his lungs.  Bosh, his family and friends are still waiting on tests to confirm or decline the blood clot development...
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat News: Chris Bosh to Potentially Miss Rest of Season Due to Blood Clots in Lungs

The Miami Heat may have some bad news entering the post All-Star break. Just a day after it was reported that Chris Bosh would miss Friday’s game versus the New York Knicks due to an “illness,” new reports suggest it may be more serious than that—Bosh may miss the remainder of the season due to blood clots in his lungs. Joseph Goodman of The Miami Herald reports that Bosh...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh could miss rest of season with blood clots in lungs

The Miami Heat’s high spirits over a winning NBA trade deadline was tempered Thursday by some sobering news.   As the Heat prepared to welcome guard Goran Dragic, they also faced the prospect of losing their best player for the remainder of the season. Chris Bosh, who was admitted to a Miami-area hospital Thursday after feeling “under the weather,” could miss the rest of...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

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