Since pulling out of this year's NBA All-Star Game, Chris Bosh has been examined by a number of specialists after concerns arose about possible clotting in his calf, according to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski. Even though Bosh remains optimistic that he use blood thinners and still play this season, physicians and the Heat organization have been insisting that the 13-year veteran sit out the remainder the 2015-16 campaign, citing "the potential dangers of a recurring medical condition."
Bosh is reportedly scheduled to meet with owner Mickey Arison and president Pat Riley within the next 24 hours to collectively reach a final decision regarding his status for the rest of the season.
If Bosh decides to sit out the rest of the season, he will be re-evaluated in three to six months.
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[via The Vertical]