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END OF AN ERA! Doctor Rules Chris Bosh Will No Longer Play In The NBA

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It’s over for Chris Bosh’s NBA career.  Details inside…

Chris Bosh’s NBA career has been up in the air after going to the hospital following the All-Star Game of 2015. He returned at one point, but that was short lived as he has not played an NBA game since Feb. 9, 2016.

Now, it has been confirmed by a doctor that his this is the end of his NBA career.

According to reports, a medical review instituted by the NBA and the Players’ Association matched with the Miami Heat’s stance that Bosh has a career-ending illness. He has suffered blood clots in his legs and lungs. Bosh was unable to play last season because he failed a physical last September.

Now, the Heat can release Bosh and clear his salary, which would leave about $37 million in space for free agency. Bosh’s salary for the 2017-18 season ($25.3 million) and 2018-19 season ($26.8 million) should reportedly be covered by insurance.  Yep, he's still going to get his coin.

Bosh wanted to return to the NBA, but his body won’t allow him.

While he hasn't been able to play basketball, Bosh has been getting in some much-needed time with his family. His twins, Phoenix Avery and Lennox Noel, with wife Adrienne Bosh just turned 1 and the Bosh Family celebrated...in style with professional photos galore, of course:

 

 

I blinked and next thing I knew these little guys were already ONE! #BoshFamily #BoshTwins

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Paradise is what you make of it. #boshfamilyworldtour #laucalaisland

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Live your life Chris!

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