Chris Bosh's camp remains frustrated with how the Miami Heat have handled his return from blood clots. Bosh and his wife, Adrienne Bosh, have gone on a social media blitz this week in informing the public he wants to play.
The Heat haven't said whether or not Bosh will be cleared as they can apply to remove his future salaries from their cap if he doesn't play in a regular season game before Feb. 9th. If Bosh fights Miami's application, it is unlikely to be granted.
The Heat owe Bosh $25.3 million in 17-18 and $26.8 million in 18-19.
Bosh disputes the notion that he cannot play. Bosh previously found one doctor who told him about taking a new blood thinner that would be out of his system in eight to 10 hours – an idea the Heat rejected in April but an approach that has again been discussed this summer.