Chris Bosh's situation with the Miami Heat shows absolutely no sign of improving following the announcement that he would not take part in the team's training camp due to health issues.
Pat Riley said Bosh's future with the organisation that he has served for six years is over and the Heat are planning to move forward without the 11-time All-Star, however, the three-time Shooting Star champion is reluctant to give up on his career.
The two-time champion believes he can still play in the NBA despite blood clot issues bringing up serious doubts about his health throughout the league.
There have been reports going around that the Heat will not waive Bosh until March, ensuring he is not eligible to play in the postseason, but one player who would love to team up with the 32-year-old is fellow Texan DeAndre Jordan.
Speaking to TMZ, the All-NBA center said he would welcome Bosh to the Los Angeles Clippers and even joked that he would move to the bench if the former Raptors man arrived at Staples Center.
In a purely hypothetical world, a team of Chris Paul, Jordan, Blake Griffin and Bosh would be truly terrifying in a stacked Western Conference.