Miami Heat Rumors
Spoelstra then brought up LeBron James as an example of a player who has flourished while carrying that burden. “Yes, he can put up 20 and 15 like few I’ve ever seen,” Spoelstra said of Whiteside. “And if that’s not enough to get a win then there has to be more. There has to be more. That’s the responsibility all the great players in the history of this game have shouldered.”
Most, if not all, NBA talent scouts, would have Wall, based on ability and potential, rated significantly ahead of Dragic, and it’s not as if the Heat are in any position to throw in draft picks to sweeten such a deal, with a pair of first-rounders still owed for Dragic. But the Wall possibilities do appear to grow more interesting by the day, particularly at moments of venting. The Heat’s next home game is against the Wizards, on Monday night, so perhaps we’ll see if there is a welcome wagon in place.
A source said Bosh still is evaluating options. A compromise would be the sides reaching a buyout. The Heat declined comment on all matters Tuesday. According to medical experts, multiple blood clots can mean a patient suffers from an auto-immune blood condition making someone prone to clotting. Lifetime blood thinners are normally prescribed. Bosh has done commercial spots for an increasingly popular blood thinner, Xarelto.
According to a source, the Heat don’t want to deal any longer with the uncertainty and threat of Bosh’s blood clots, and wish to be done with it. The Heat can waive Bosh at any point and take the cap hit if he searches and finds a new team willing to work with his goal of playing again.