The NBA players association has requested a meeting with the Miami Heat to try and resolve the situation with All-Star forward Chris Bosh, a source told ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.
The NBPA issued a statement Tuesday that said, “Our top priority is Chris’ health and well-being. We have spoken with Chris and his agent, and have reached out to the Miami Heat. We are hopeful that all parties involved can meet as soon as possible to resolve the situation.”
Ethan J. Skolnick: Chris Bosh was in corner of Heat locker room. Spoke casually to some Toronto broadcasters, did not address media. Status quo.
It was the same shoulder that Love fell on — twice — during the Cavs’ first-round sweep of the Pistons. “Can’t catch a break on that shoulder,” Love said. And fortunately for the Cavs, he didn’t. “I’m fine,” Love said. “It was just one of those plays. You’ve always got to watch those plays when you pump fake on the 3-point line or on a jump shot and you’re leaning in and get hit, but I feel good.”