Last year put a scare into Chris Bosh that he didn’t see coming.
Doctors found potentially life-threatening blood clots in his lung after the All-Star break and advised the Miami Heat big man to end his season to receive treatment.
So he did, but always with the intent to return as soon as he was physically cleared.
This time around, his health outlook appeared more promising, but once again, Bosh may be facing another premature end to a second regular season in a row.
Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical has made the claim that Bosh is facing internal pressure from the team and his immediate medical advisors to “shut it down” for the remainder of the year. The risk of injury if he were to continue playing with the condition is greater because the blood thinners that would allow him to play would also leave him vulnerable to bleeding complications in the event of an unexpected accident.
Immediate plans call for Bosh to meet with Heat Owner Mickey Arison and President Pat Riley to make a final determination, but if it’s a no-go, it won’t be because the superstar didn’t do everything in his power to maintain his starting role. Bosh has said repeatedly that he wants to continue playing even if it requires using blood thinners.
Bosh近期計劃要跟熱火隊老闆Mickey Arison與總裁Pat Riley會面,做個最後的決定.
No one close to Bosh believes that’s in his best interest.
If he signs off as expected, he will likely be re-evaluated in three-to-six months before he can begin a comeback in earnest. At this point, his love of the game should take a backseat.
如果Bosh不打了, 在他回來之前,最快可能也要3-6個月後的時間重新評估 在這一點上,他對比賽的愛只能拋在腦後. That’s not his style, but ultimately, it may not be his decision.