MIAMI (AP) — Chris Bosh returned to the Miami Heat bench on Monday night, his first appearance since being sidelined by a blood clot last month.READ MORE: Biden Administration Unveils Program To Help Move Afghan Refugees From US Military Bases Into Permanent Homes
Bosh was dressed in a gray sport coat and took a seat toward the end of the bench for a game against the Denver Nuggets. It was Bosh’s first time being seen at AmericanAirlines Arena since Feb. 9, Miami’s last home game before the All-Star break.READ MORE: Centner Academy Reverses Course On 30-Day Quarantine For Vaccinated Students
Bosh withdrew from the All-Star festivities in Toronto because of what was called a calf strain. It was later learned that he had a clot, the same problem that ended his season early a year ago.
Bosh released a statement last week saying he no longer has a clot in his leg. It’s unknown if he can play again this season.MORE NEWS: Gov. DeSantis Wants To Offer $5,000 Bonuses To Law Enforcement Officers Who Come To Florida
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