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Although it’s unclear whether Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh will be able to resume his NBA career due to blood clots, front offices around the league are reportedly monitoring the situation in case the Heat decide to release him later in the season.

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Bulls Keeping Tabs on Bosh’s Uncertain Status

Friday, Jan. 20

Marc Stein of ESPN.com reported Friday the Chicago Bulls headline the list of potentially interested teams, adding they would be “at the front of the line to try to sign him.” He also noted the Heat could waive Bosh after March 1, which would make him ineligible to play for another organization in the playoffs.

Bosh’s stance concerning getting back on an NBA court has changed in recent months.

In October, the 32-year-old Texas native spoke on UNINTERRUPTED (h/t John Hickey of the Mercury News) about trying to play again so he could show his kids he’s “a fighter and he didn’t give up very easily.”

“What I would say to the people who just see the money and kind of see my situation and say, ‘Hey, just walk away.’ I get it. I totally get it. I understand you. I hear you,” Bosh said. “But I’m not really thinking about money. I’m just thinking about where my heart is. I love the NBA. I love playing basketball every day for a living.”

While he didn’t rule out a return while speaking at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, he sounded more open to walking away. Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press noted the forward stated there’s “a lot of things” to figure out and talked about “following my heart and what made me happy.”

“I’m still learning more about myself and my situation, and really off the court how to function there because I’m kind of getting the taste of retirement now,” Bosh said. “Just trying to navigate those waters because it gets a little complicated sometimes.”

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