Chris Bosh
Nov 2, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh (1) reacts after making a three point shot against the Toronto Raptors in the first half at American Airlines Arena. Reuters

The past couple of months have been rocky for Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat mostly tied up to the former’s status. Bosh was disallowed to continue playing NBA ball, all tied up to his blood clot issues.

Bosh claims that he was written off because of his health, something that Riley didn’t appreciate. The Heat president lashed out at the all-star forward and things got even heated in Miami. But now it seems that the fire has died down and both have patched things up. According to the Miami Herald, Bosh will officially get his release soon.

Heat concerned about Chris Bosh's health

When Riley finally explained the whole situation, it made a lot of sense. Bosh’s predicament was so delicate that they did not want to risk his life for the sake of playing ball with the Heat. Apparently, Bosh still has a hard time accepting the fact that his predicament is serious. He claims he feels fine but all that could change once he is actually playing ball.

Now, it seems that the misunderstanding between him and the Heat are finally over. He will get his release and Miami will finally have those numbers taken out of their salary cap.

For the Heat, finishing the season with a 41-41 win-loss record was something. It was a season where they played without their celebrated “Big Three” (Bosh, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James), proving a glimpse of the Heat’s future.

Riley will try to get some more talent in the summer but will likely factor in age. With a young group, Miami will be looking to build on their foundation and take in proper talent to fit into the system implemented by head coach Erik Spoelstra.

What does the future hold for Chris Bosh?

With an impending release, all eyes are now on Bosh’s playing career, Hoops Habit reported. Will he get the chance to play pro ball again? Will teams gamble on him and his health?

The first thing he needs to do is make sure he gets a clean bill of health. Saying that he feels normal is not enough – meaning an actual doctor needs to assure potential teams that his life is not at stake. Before he was grounded, Bosh made good strides for the Heat, with a long layoff, it will be interesting to see what shape he is in.

If another doctor still prevents him from playing, Bosh may have to wake up and admit that his NBA career has come to an end. It may be abrupt but his health comes first – especially for his family.