Chris Bosh won't play another game this season, but one South Florida reporter believes he won't play again.

Ira Winderman of South Florida's Sun Sentinel stated on a local radio show on 560 WQAM that he doesn't think Bosh will ever suit up in another NBA game due to his blood clots problem:

“I think Chris Bosh will never play another NBA Basketball game.  I believe he is capable of doing it.  I believe there is too much of a risk for him to do it.”

The 32-year-old veteran tried to make a return to the court this postseason, but was ultimately denied by the Miami Heat. There were even reports that Miami feared that if Bosh took the court again, there could be possible death.

The 13th-year player hasn't played since February 9th and had reportedly dealt with another blood clot ailment during the All-Star break. Bosh had suffered from a more serious blood clot issue to his lung at the same time last season.

Both the Heat and Bosh will have a lot of time to think this over, but the No. 1 concern is preserving Bosh's health for the long term.