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Chris Bosh admits to still think about playing basketball all the time

Former Miami Heat superstar Chris Bosh has not given up on basketball. The former All-Star forward was waived by the Heat due to repeated issues with blood clots and it was suspected that Bosh will wrap up his career, but the multiple-time All-Star supposedly has other plans.

In a short interview with TMZ, Bosh seemingly gave hope to all of his fans who want to see him play in the NBA again.

“Basketball … and stuff,” said Bosh. “Always thinking about playing.”

He also added, in the same interview, that he is feeling great and healthy. However, blood clots are very dangerous and it might not be smart on his part Bosh to chase the NBA comeback.

In an interview earlier this year with Palm Beach Post, Bosh also spoke about his life without basketball.

“I do (miss playing). But a part of me doesn’t,” said Bosh. “I’ve come to enjoy different aspects of life. There’s a lot of life out there. I mean only because as basketball players – we do that – that’s really it. But I’ve enjoying spending time with my kids. I’ve enjoyed spending time with my wife and just kind of relaxing and working on my mind and my soul.”

Bosh played his last game in 2016, before being shut down for the season because of blood clot issues. Due to same concerns, he finished the season before that at around the All-Star break.

Bosh is an 11-time All-Star and two-time NBA champion. He spent his first seven years as a Toronto Raptor, but then signed with Miami in 2010.