Things are rapidly going from bad to worse for Chris Bosh.
The two-time NBA champion and eleven-time All-Star has been shut down after the All-Star break for the past two seasons as blood clots continue to plague his career.
The forward has posted several videos of himself working out on social media and has insisted he is good to go, but the latest news suggests he is far from it.
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Shortly after the Heat announced Bosh had failed a medical and would not be cleared for training camp, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reported that the 32-year-old has not spoken with Heat president Pat Riley in months.
However, more harrowingly, The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski also says the team believes Bosh is done in Miami.
Given Bosh's ongoing health problems, it wouldn't be a surprise if any other team in the NBA was hesitant to give him a chance, let alone the Miami Heat.
No one can blame them for being careful with Bosh's well-being, and, on the other hand, it is understandable that the former Toronto Raptors man would be frustrated with how his career is stalling.
Let's hope some dialogue can open up between Bosh and Riley and common sense prevails.