LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade formed a vaunted “Big 3” with the Miami Heat and led the team to back-to-back NBA titles in 2012 and 2013.
Chris Bosh, who last played during the 2015-16 season, still holds on to hope he can resurrect his NBA career despite the perception longstanding health issues related to blood clots may prevent it.
The Miami Heat on Tuesday formally waived Chris Bosh, a move that was more a matter of when, not if.
A report surfaced this week indicating the Chicago Bulls may be interested in taking a run at Chris Bosh when the Miami Heat ultimately decide to cut him loose.
The Miami Heat and Chris Bosh have been at odds for months over his health and how it impacts his potential return to the team.
Chris Bosh, or more specifically his wife Adrienne, took to Twitter Tuesday in attempt to drum up social media support concerning the Miami Heat superstar’s professed desire to play.
A day after Chris Bosh issued a statement on his own and not through the Miami Heat indicating his health is improving, Erik Spoelstra made some comments that indicate the team doesn’t expect the s
Given the uncertainty regarding the NBA future of Chris Bosh both in the short-term and sadly the long-term as well, the other two players who comprised the Miami Heat’s “Big Three”
While it’s more a case of much ado about nothing than anything else — but will likely cause pangs of regret to shoot through the hearts of Miami Heat fans, Hassan Whiteside posted a photo
Miami Heat star Chris Bosh looks back at the moment he realized there was something seriously wrong with his health and now considers himself incredibly lucky simply to be around to talk about it.
With the NBA offseason and the free agency period in full swing over the summer, there appeared to be mutual interest between Chris Bosh and the Houston Rockets.
When Kevin Love made in unequivocally clear in several ways that in no uncertain terms did he intend to play for the Minnesota Timberwolves beyond the 2014-15 NBA season, the high-scoring forward set
It’s extremely rare — if even possible — for an NBA preseason game to rise even remotely to the level of must-see basketball action.
After a few weeks of contemplation, reflection and perhaps some licking of wounds — although he would never admit to the last one — Miami Heat president Pat Riley spoke at length for the
A continuing trend in basketball is for NBA superstars to flex their entrepreneurial muscles to better prepare them for life after basketball … or to further pad their already-overstuffed pocke