Chris Bosh out for season due to a blood clot in his lungs

Deepizzaguy By Deepizzaguy, 21st Feb 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/zfu78dvu/
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Miami Heat center and forward Chris Bosh, 30, will not be able to play basketball for the rest of the 2014-15 basketball season after he was diagnosed by a doctor in Miami this week that he has a blood clot in one of his lungs. The good news is that Bosh is not any danger of losing his life.

Miami Heat center and forward Chris Bosh season is over due to illness

The Miami Heat who have played in the last four National Basketball Association Final Fours have announced some bad news that center and forward Chris Bosh, 30, will not be able to play basketball for the remainder of the 2014-15 basketball season since a doctor in Miami Florida has diagnosed that Bosh has a blood clot in one of his lungs.
Bosh played his last basketball game on Sunday February 15, 2015 in New York City as a member of the East All Stars who lost the game to the West All Stars by a final score of 163-158.
The good news is that Bosh is not in any danger of losing his life since he went to see a doctor for stomach pains he suffered while he was in New York City for the All Star Game last week. Bosh is resting in a hospital in Miami. He is expected to make a full recovery.
The Heat in the 2014-15 basketball season is in seventh place in the Eastern Conference playoff position as of basketball games played through Saturday with a record of 23 wins and 30 losses.
Bosh started his basketball career with the Toronto Raptors in 2003. He signed with the Miami Heat as a free agent before the start of the 2010 basketball season joining guard Dwyane "Flash" Wade and small forward LeBron "King" James to form the Big Three which played in the last four National Basketball Association Finals winning two of the four championships in that span.
James left the Heat at the end of the last basketball season as a free agent to return to play basketball for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Heat will have Udonis Haslem replace Bosh in the starting lineup for the remainder of the basketball season.Luol Deng will likely serve as the backup player for Haslem during Heat basketball games for the rest of the season.

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author avatar Dawn143
22nd Feb 2015 (#)

Thank goodness he's going to be okay! I saw the title and I instantly was drawn to the read. Nicely written-- informative and detailed! Thank you

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author avatar Deepizzaguy
22nd Feb 2015 (#)

Thank you Dawn. At least Chris Bosh will recover from his latest health challenge.

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
22nd Feb 2015 (#)

Great article! When I first read the title I got really worried but luckily there is no real danger to Chris. I must say thank goodness.

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author avatar Deepizzaguy
22nd Feb 2015 (#)

I am happy to report that Bosh did the right thing in seeing a doctor to find the cause of his illness before it was too late.

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author avatar Kingwell
23rd Feb 2015 (#)

It's good to know that he is in no real danger. Thankfully he had the good sense to se a doctor. Blessings

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author avatar Deepizzaguy
23rd Feb 2015 (#)

Thank you Kingwell for your kind comments.

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