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Chris Bosh vs. Miami Heat is NBA’s weirdest power struggle

Chris Bosh wants to attempt a comeback this postseason from a potentially dangerous series of blood clots. The Heat don’t want to risk it. So the NBA players’ association is entering the picture to mediate. According to ESPN, the NBPA requested a meeting with the Heat on Bosh’s behalf, and released a statement: “Our top...
Via New York Post
2 hours ago

LeBron James would relish playoff showdown with Dwyane Wade, Heat

LeBron James admits he’s already thought about a potential postseason showdown with close pal Dwyane Wade in the 2015-16 NBA Playoffs should the pieces fall into place in the coming days. With both the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat holding a 1-0 lead over the Atlanta Hawks and Toronto Raptors, respectively, in their semifinal series. While there is a long way to go before...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

NBPA releases statement on Chris Bosh, Miami Heat impasse

The players union has taken interest in Chris Bosh's conflict with the Miami Heat over whether he should be playing for the tea during its playoff run.Multiple outlets reported Tuesday that the NBPA had issued a statement on the Bosh situation."Our top priority is Chris' health and well-being.  We have spoken with Chris and his agent, and have reached out to the Miami Heat.  We...
Via Fox Sports
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Heat's union rep Amar'e Stoudemire said Chris Bosh's health is what Players Association is 'most concerned with'

TORONTO -- Chris Bosh left Air Canada Center after the Heat's overtime victory Tuesday night with his wife Adrienne at his side and team president Pat Riley not far behind. Outside of saying hello to a few reporters, Bosh had nothing else to say Tuesday. Really, he doesn't have to. It's obvious now he wants back on the court and the Heat as a team aren't letting him because team doctors...
Via Heat Check
15 hours ago

NBA Players Association releases statement on Chris Bosh

Monday, Dan LeBatard of ESPN Radio (and still a contributor to The Miami Herald) addressed the Chris Bosh situation on his local hour on 790 The Ticket. LeBatard spoke about how the Bosh family has sought the help of the NBA Players Association to make his case that he is ready to return to the court.  Today, the NBA Players Association released a statement to the sports website...
Via Heat Check
21 hours ago

Report: Chris Bosh wants union to force Heat to let him play

The Miami Heat will begin their Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Toronto Raptors Tuesday night, and Chris Bosh wants to play. In fact, Bosh has grown so frustrated with the team’s refusal to allow him to suit up that he has reportedly turned to the players’ union for help. On his ESPN Radio show Tuesday morning, Dan Le Batard spoke about the disagreement between...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh's rift with the Miami Heat is getting worse

After dropping a pivotal Game 5 at home on Wednesday night, the Miami Heat face elimination the next time they take the court. And, just like every game they've played since the All-Star break, Chris Bosh won't be around to help. But why? Bosh insists he's healthy enough to play and even traveled on the team's charter flight back from Charlotte on Monday—something he hadn't done...
Via Fox Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh pushing to return to Heat, team has not cleared him

Chris Bosh thinks he’s ready to rejoin the Heat for their playoff run, but the organization doesn’t seem to agree. In what appeared to be a coordinated effort on Tuesday, both Bosh and his wife took to social media indicating Bosh’s readiness to play. First, Adrienne Bosh sent out the following tweet: #BringBoshBack RT @EthanJSkolnick: @My_view_in_life They're really missing...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh shares desire to play; Heat say he’s out indefinitely

Chris Bosh, or more specifically his wife Adrienne, took to Twitter Tuesday in attempt to drum up social media support concerning the Miami Heat superstar’s professed desire to play. The Heat, however, reaffirmed the organization’s previous stance that Bosh remains out indefinitely after being sidelined at the All-Star Break due to an undisclosed medical condition. Adrienne...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Bosh remains out indefinitely for Heat

As the Miami Heat prepare for the first of six remaining games in the 2015-16 regular season, Chris Bosh’s status remains the same. The All-Star center is still out indefinitely, just has he has been since being removed from the lineup with blood clots before the All-Star break, per head coach Eric Spoelstra. Asked if Chris Bosh could return before the end of the season, Spoelstra...
Via Sportsnaut
28 days ago  |  Discuss

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