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Chris Bosh
Chris Bosh
Position: -
Born: 03/24/84
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
Salary: $26,837,720
The 2018-19 NBA season will be the last lap for Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade. And his former Heat teammate Chris Bosh acknowledges it will be his, too, if he doesn’t get a call this season. “I am still aspiring to play in the NBA,” Bosh told The Undefeated. “Obviously, if nothing happens in the next few months, I’m not crazy, that will be a wrap. But right now, I’m trying to make it happen. I’m still very confident. It’s just something I want to do. A lot of people ask me, ‘Why? Why? Why?’ I guess people will never understand unless they are in my shoes. It’s an unfinished painting. I had a masterpiece in my mind, saw where it was going and had opportunities.
Has any NBA team contacted you about playing for them or asked you to come in for a workout? Chris Bosh: Teams are just waiting to hear back from me. I’ve talked to a couple of guys. They just want to know where I am at. They want to have a conversation with me and talk to me and see what it is I’m exactly trying to do. I’ve been doing other things and taking care of my personal life. But I think in the next couple months I will really be able to reach out to guys. I’m ready to work out if they want me to do that. Once I keep talking about it, it will happen.
Storyline: Chris Bosh Comeback?
“He talked about his rookie year when [Kevin Garnett] and them was just kicking his butt and how he would never beat himself up but he would take it, he would learn from it, and then he would put it into his workouts,” Fizdale said. “I thought it was really great sound advice for a guy who was a high draft pick, who’s expected to do a lot of things, coming from another guy like that. I thought it was really sound and Kevin was really locked in on what he was saying. He’s been really applying it to the workouts.”
Bosh’s NBA career came to a halt after his second blood clot diagnosis in 2016. The first blood clot, which traveled to his lung, was discovered in 2015. He hasn’t played a game since just before the All-Star break in 2016. He won two championships with the Heat, was named to 11 All-Star teams and is an Olympic gold medalist. While he told USA TODAY Sports that he is not retired and interested in playing again, it is difficult to envision a team doctor clearing him for an NBA return.
Storyline: Chris Bosh Health
Bosh is a person with varied interests: travel, cooking, coding/technology, guitar, family. Add a new one to the list: esports. Bosh has joined esports franchise Gen.G Esports as a player management advisor. Bosh plans to bring his experience in sports to esports: leadership, communication, teamwork, championship ideals, dealing with pressure and off-the-court issues. “It’s a dream for me to be able to work with these guys,” Bosh said. “The way I look at it, competing at a high level, whether that’s business, art or film, athletics, anything you do, there’s a certain way to go about it. Being in the NBA, being successful, being able to win championships at the highest level in the world, there’s certain core values that you have, certain things you have to follow.”