Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017, Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh smiles during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game between Miami and Duke in Coral Gables, Fla.(David Santiago/El Nuevo Herald via AP)
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Chris Bosh never wanted to take games off as a player and would give anything to be playing right now."If you can play," Bosh said, "go out there and play". Having the game taken away from him for what will amount to the last season-and-a-half -- and counting, maybe for good -- because of issues related to blood clots is still not an easy pill for Bosh to swallow. Now working as an analyst for Turner Sports, he's seeing the game in a different way than he was just a year or so ago.The last of those five broadcasts is next week, and Bosh hasn't ruled out more television work in the future.Bosh was sidelined by a blood clot at the All-Star break in 2015, met the same fate at the same time in last season's schedule, and hasn't played since.
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