Sport With LeBron James heading to Lakers, Chris Bosh could seek return in LA, source tells SN

21:35  02 july  2018
21:35  02 july  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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@sportingnews. The essential source for all things sports, since 1886. United States. Source tell @seandeveney that Chris Bosh could seek a return to the NBA with the Lakers : https Chris Bosh just better retire before his heart goes out. He’s made enough money for 1,000,000 ppl.

LeBron James is headed to the Los Angeles Lakers , and DeMarcus Cousins may soon follow. “Boogie’s fit with James is intriguing if Cousins returns to form, or near form. Like Chris Bosh and Kevin Love, Cousins can space the floor from 3, and he can also play down low,” the report noted.

a basketball player in front of a crowd: LeBron James and Chris Bosh© (Getty Images) LeBron James and Chris Bosh

There would be many hoops. There would be much caution. But with LeBron James officially signing with the Lakers on Sunday night, the first full day of free agency, one name that arose as a potential teammate should sound familiar: former Heat star and LeBron sidekick Chris Bosh.

Bosh has been retired from the game since 2017, when a second recurrence of blood clots pushed him out of the remainder of his contract with the Heat. Multiple instances of blood clots require patients to be put on blood thinners, and those drugs present potentially fatal risks for high-level athletes — hard contact could lead to internal bleeding, which is especially dangerous when on blood thinners.

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Still, Bosh has been adamant that he will return to the NBA, and that he should be ruled eligible to do so. The NBA has a "fitness to play" clause that prevents players from appearing in games while they have life-threatening injuries or illnesses, and for that reason, Bosh has been kept out of the league.

The NBPA has been silent on Bosh's case, citing medical privacy.

But a source told Sporting News that Bosh could petition the league again for a return to action, arguing that advances in blood-thinning medication make him less likely to have an on-court problem and that he’s willing to accept responsibility for any such incidents.

If Bosh were to return, re-joining James on a veteran’s minimum contract with the Lakers makes abundant sense. Bosh knows well the challenges of playing with James — he’s spoken openly about them — but also, if he can get back to his old form, he would be an ideal fit next to his championship frontcourt partner.

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LeBron James could sign the Lakers before the overhaul, sources told SN The Lakers won just 35 games last season, a steady improvement over the 26 games

Rob Pelinka, now the Lakers’ general manager, was Bosh’s agent before he had to retire, and has a close connection with Bosh. Earlier this season, Bosh worked out at the Lakers’ practice facility, raising some questions about a possible future with the Lakers.

It would still take a lot for the NBA to let him back on the floor. But James’ arrival with the Lakers could well also feature the return of an old teammate.

LeBron James officially signs with Lakers .
As expected, James signed a four-year, $154 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers.The free agent had already announced via his agency on July 2 that he had agreed to a four-year, $154 million deal with the Lakers.

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