Chris Bosh has not played a game of professional basketball in over a year, and with almost all of the NBA aware of the black-cloud following his health, it will be shocking if he ever plays again. However, that hasn't stopped him from keeping hope. Bosh was recently a guest on "Larry King Now", and expressed not only his desire, but his optimism of still being able to play in the NBA.
The Heat Forward/Center is still under contract to Miami through 2018-2019, and is owed $52.12 million over that time, but it is expected that the Heat will ask the league to remove his owed money from the salary cap. Bosh understands this move, and understands the business side of the league, so he said he knows Pat Riley has to do what he has to do, and holds nothing against the Heat.
Bosh has not played since February of 2016, with lingering blood clot related health issues, and while he has had outside doctors clear him for play, the Heat have not, and have stated that they likely will not ever clear him. And it's understandable. We're not talking about a knee injury, or a wrist injury, we're not even talking about a back injury - blood clot's are not something that any team want to take a chance on. There is a far greater risk to a players long-term health when their issue is something of this capacity and not just a "injury".
Chris Bosh is a future Hall of Famer, regardless if you like him or not or think he's just a werid dinosaur, the dude has had an awesome career. Thirteen seasons, two rings, 19.2 points a game, 8.5 rebounds a game, an 11-time All-Star, top 100 All-Time in points/rebounds/blocks/win shares, Bosh will be enshrined in the Hall-of-Fame, it all just depends on when he decides to officially throw in the towel on the comeback.