Earlier this week, it was revealed that Miami Heat's Chris Bosh once again had blood clots, this time in his calf, and for the second season in a row, he had to miss the NBA All-Star game.
Bosh is now taking blood thinning medication again, like he did last season when the clot spread to his lungs, meaning he could miss the rest of the season as he will be discouraged to play.
The 31-year-old's former teammate and current Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James has sent out his own message to the player he won two titles with during 2012 and 2013.
He said, according to Cleveland.com's Chris Fedor: "There's nothing really I can say to make things better for him. I texted him today and told him I was sorry and I hate that he has to go through this again. Guy means so much to not only the Heat family but his personal family as well.
"Just a great guy, a professional, a great guy and for something like to happen to him after he was cleared, it just sucks. It sucks big time. His health is the No. 1 care and obviously basketball comes secondary to what he's going through right now. It's just tough."
Dwyane Wade has also sent a message of support, via Instagram, to Bosh as well.
Bosh hasn't made the trip to Atlanta for the Heat's game against the Hawks this weekend due to taking blood thinners, and it is unclear if the 31-year-old will now be missing the rest of the season.
However, there is no doubt he has the support to help him get through this once again, and we wish him a speedy recovery so we can see him on the hardwood once again very soon.