On Saturday, Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh tweeted out on Twitter that he is feeling great despite not appearing in the Heat’s last ten games due to a reported blood clot issue:
Bosh also tweeted this out four minutes later:
So far the Heat are rolling without Bosh. They are 8-2 since he went down with their only losses coming to the Warriors and the Celtics. Still, Bosh is the Heat’s second leading scorer on the Heat at 19.1 points per game behind Dwyane Wade who is at 19.3. He is needed and per Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Bosh is working out with Heat officials:
With Chris Bosh having offered an update on his workouts on social media, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Sunday that those sessions are coming away from the team’s players.
“Not necessarily with the team. But, yeah, he’ll work out with the staff,” Spoelstra said before the Heat faced the Philadelphia 76ers at AmericanAirlines Arena. “He’s staying engaged and he’s in great spirits. And that never surprised me with C.B.”
Bosh is a 11-time NBA all-star who has the career averages of 19.2 points per game, 8.5 rebounds per game, and 1 block per game. He signed a five-year $118 million deal with the Heat back in the summer of 2014.
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