Amid talk of early retirement, Chris Bosh in high spirits and calls failed medical a ‘little setback’
If Miami releases Chris Bosh before February 9 next year, they will be off the hook for his $25.3 million salary for the 2017-18.

CHRIS BOSH remains in high spirits despite the setback in his bid to make an NBA comeback, saying “everything’s going to be all right.”

While the chances of a comeback seems to be fading after Bosh was not cleared for Miami Heat training camp, Bosh called it a “little setback.”

Bosh has been out since last season and continued clotting in his blood led to a failed medical before this season’s training camp.

“So it’s a down moment right now, but everything’s going to be all right,” said Bosh in a statement on Uninterrupted.

Bosh, the only one remaining from the Big Three that helped the Heat win back-to-back championships from 2012, still has a three-year contract worth $75.8 million. LeBron James left two seasons ago for Cleveland and Dwyane Wade is now with the Chicago Bulls.

“So, just because the journey has ups and downs doesn’t mean that I will stop sharing with you guys. So I will just continue to share, despite what’s going on.

“Little setbacks happen, but that doesn’t change my intentions and what I want accomplish. So, I hope you continue to watch.

“I hope you continue to really just take in my journey and just come along with me, with the ups and the downs,” said Bosh.

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LeBron James left two seasons ago for Cleveland and Dwyane Wade is now with the Chicago Bulls.

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