Chris Bosh was hospitalized last night so that he could get tests on his lungs, and now doctors are saying that he may have developed blood clots in his lungs. If he does have blood clots, he will most likely miss the rest of the NBA season.
Miami Heat star Chris Bosh was hospitalized for testing on his lungs Thursday, according to the Miami Herald. Joseph Goodman reports that Bosh was sick when he went to practice Wednesday, and Heat trainers sent him to see a doctor. A Heat spokesperson said that tests so far were inconclusive.
One piece of the Big Three is reportedly staying in Miami. LeBron's gone, but maybe the Heat aren't totally fucked!
LeBron James wants teams to know that when he signs his new contract, it's going to be for the maximum salary next year, which shakes out to about $20.7 million. LeBron has never been the highest paid player on any team he's ever played on and he's looking to rectify that.
The shell of Dwyane Wade has opted out of the remaining two years and 41 million dollars on his contract in hopes of signing with the same team for less money. Wade is looking instead to spread 60 million over four years. Chris Bosh has also opted out of his remaining $42 million, and is reportedly also willing to…
The biggest question of the NBA offseason will be what becomes of the Miami Heat, who obviously cannot challenge again with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade's corpse, Chris Bosh (who is good and whatever but making a shitload of money), and the rest of the crap roster. It was perhaps Pat Riley's biggest coup getting them…
At some point around the time Dwyane Wade was impaled, for the second time, on a doddering walkabout turnover in the paint, the wider basketball-viewing world realized that Dwyane Wade has been dead all this time, and was only now being told. But Wade was far from the only Heat carcass to wash up these Finals.
So here's some news from ESPN's Marc Stein and Brian Windhorst that will definitely go over well with all the well-adjusted NBA fans across America: The Miami Heat are mulling over a plan that would allow them to sign current New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony in free agency this summer, while keeping LeBron James,…
LeBron James is, if nothing else, hyperaware of expectations. Some players use that for individual motivation, others fail under the pressure, but James, on occasion, twists it into a game plan. You saw that last night down the stretch, as the Spurs appeared convinced James would seek personal redemption in the…
Game 1 of the NBA finals was hot and miserable for everyone involved, and some of the players continued to be hot and miserable even after the game was over. One of those poor souls was Chris Bosh.
Chris Bosh smokes a cigar while paying a dollar for services rendered, is as honest a caption for this photo as you can really get. Beyond that, who really knows.
Chris Bosh nabbed LeBron's mask and added a cape for an excellent photo. He says he's Batman in his Instagram caption, but come on, he's really Boshman. LeMask and Boshman would be the perfect crimefighting duo.
[The photogenic Chris Bosh was captured mid-emotion during Saturday night's all-star events. He, Swin Cash, and Dominique Wilkins won the Shooting Stars competition for the second straight year. Dynasty! Photo by Gerald Herbert/AP]
OK, Dwyane, that yacht is pretty cool, but "Way of Wade" is still a terrible catchphrase.
Chris Bosh has written a thoughtful, (more or less) self-aware article about the importance of learning to code for Wired. His gist is that even though "Learn to code!" is the asinine mantra Silicon Valley dudebros, there's still value to it. Also, it contains this sentence:
The Bosh has returned, and he's kicking off the season with a double Video-Bosh.
The NBA season starts tonight, so journalistic outlets the world over are publishing stories on the Miami Heat, because last year they repeated as champions, and this year they could three-peat as champions, and LeBron James and Michael Jordan and legacy and narrative.