Pat Riley reiterated his stance from the preseason when asked about the status of Chris Bosh with the Miami Heat.
"Down the road," he said, "we don't have Chris' services."
Bosh has two more seasons on his contract, which will be paid in full by the Heat and insurance.
"It's been discussed enough and it's being discussed, but there's no resolution to it right now," Riley said.
The Heat are expected to seek cap relief from the NBA since Bosh hasn't been medically cleared to play.
"Look, there isn't anybody in this organization that feels worse for C.B. than I do. It got a little sideways at the end because of feelings and things of that nature."
The Heat eventually will need independent medical confirmation that Bosh is not able to safely to continue to his career.
"I think in due time it will run its course and take care of itself," Riley said."But I can't give you definitive answer."