As his former Miami Heat teammate LeBron James heads into the summer with a decisionin to make, 11-time All-Star and future Hall of Famer Chris Bosh is still talking about a potential comeback.
Having not played since the 2015-16 due to serious blood clot issues, most figured the 34-year-old big man might have already moved on from his playing career.
That’s not the case.
In a recent appearance on Fox Sports’ Undisputed, Bosh made it clear that he’s looking to return to the NBA hardwood.
"It has always been my dream to play basketball [again]. The further I've been removed from the game I understand how special it is … I miss it."@chrisbosh on a possible NBA comeback pic.twitter.com/MNInjndvhO
— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) June 7, 2018
The Heat moved on from Bosh back in July of 2017 as a way to help with their salary cap situation. Though, the move was also indicative of an organization that didn’t think Bosh could return from his blood clot issues.
Since, Bosh has noted on multiple occasions that he’s received medical clearance. Whether that will lead to NBA teams showing interest in the champion remains to be seen.
Bosh averaged 19.1 points and 7.4 rebounds in his final season with the Heat back in 2015-16. Physically, he certainly still has something to offer.