Chris Bosh is up for the next NBA season after clearing his medical issues but it seems like the Miami Heat is thinking otherwise. Recent NBA trade rumors claim that the two parties might end their partnership due to disagreements and that several teams might grab Miami Heat's main man, including the Dallas Mavericks and the Houston Rockets.
Previous reports said that Chris Bosh might be shipped back to the Toronto Raptors but that NBA trade rumor still has no development. Bosh suffered from blood clots last season forcing him to be ejected from the games. In a recent interview, Bosh said he is doing well.
"I'm in incredible shape; at least decent enough. I look good when I take my shirt off," Bosh said during the recent episode of the Open Run podcast. "But in all due seriousness, and especially with Micky Arison saying 'hey, see you at camp,' I think it's moving forward. I have no reason to believe that it's not. And, you know, we'll finish this," he added.
However, the Miami Heat's doctors are not letting the team's big man play.
"The team doctors, they told me that my season's over, my career is probably over, and yeah, this just happened, this is just how it is. I felt right away that I was written off. It was so just ... you know, put it to [the] side, matter-of-factly," Bosh said in his documentary titled "Lost."
The same report also said that the Houston Rockets might trade Trevor Ariza, Corey Brewer and K.J. McDaniels in exchange of Bosh if they are willing to take the risk of his injuries. Another team which is open on having him is the Dallas Mavericks.
Bosh's contract with the Miami Heat is up to 2017. A report in Rolling Stone said that Bosh is doing everything he can to get on the hardcourt again and might even raise the issue to the NBA Players Association.