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The Miami Heat are expected to officially part ways with Chris Bosh in a few weeks. With his health still up in the air, there is no guarantee that the 11-time All-Star could play basketball again, but if he is going to be back on the court in 2017-18, the Bulls will reportedly have interest in signing him. This move would make a lot of sense for both sides, especially basketball-wise. Bosh would be reuniting with former Heat teammate Dwyane Wade, for what could be the duos final few years in the NBA.
No one in the NBA knows if Chris Bosh will ever play professional basketball again thanks to his unfortunate bout with blood clots. That sadly goes for Bosh himself, as he recently explained during an appearance at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Yet there were a couple interesting Bosh rumbles in circulation this week in suburban Toronto:
1. More than one rival team has said they don’t expect Bosh to be waived by Miami until after March 1, thereby ensuring he’s not playoff-eligible for another team. The prospect of removing Bosh from the team’s payroll becomes an active option for the Heat after Feb. 9, which is the one-year anniversary of his last game for the club.
2. If Bosh, who turns 33 in March, makes it back onto the floor next season, word is that the Chicago Bulls are already plotting a run and will be at the front of the line to try to sign him.