Micky Arison is looking forward to seeing Chris Bosh in training camp

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Chris Bosh's situation has been the main talking point in Miami over recent weeks. There has been an ongoing battle between the 11-time All-Star and the franchise about his future after his recent blood clot troubles.

The problem caused him to miss all of the action following the All-Star break in Toronto, including Miami's run to the Eastern Conference semi-finals. The same issue cut short his 2014/15 campaign.

The Heat have remained quiet on whether Bosh will be medically cleared despite the forward consistently claiming he wants to return to the fold for the new season.

The two-time champion wanted to be involved in postseason action during the previous campaign but the medical team ruled him out for the remainder of the season. There have been murmurs that the franchise is holding out due to salary cap issue as they can apply to remove his future salaries after one inactive year.

However, it seems that point may not come after the latest tweet from owner Micky Arison. Following the player's recent activity of social media where he insisted he was still playing basketball and tried to prove to people he was close to a return, Arison has confirmed the Texan will be involved in Miami's summer camp.

It is positive news for the franchise from a playing standpoint as his return improves the roster massively. However, there will always be the risk of a repeat problem after the previous two years. It's a tough situation to for all involved, but Bosh just wants to ball.

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