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**File Photos **Miami Heat All-Star forward Chris Bosh is expected to meet with doctors Thursday to determine the seriousness of blood-clotting fears in his left calf and whether the use of blood thinners could allow him to return this season, league sources said. Bosh, met with Heat physicians on Monday in Miami and will get further evaluation on Thursday, sources said. The two time NBA champion Bosh missed the final 30 games just a season ago after a blood clot in his calf moved to his lungs. He took blood thinners for several months following the 2015 clotting. Pictured: Chris Bosh Ref: SPL1228397 160216 Picture by: Charlie Ans / Splash News Splash News and Pictures Los Angeles: 310-821-2666 New York: 212-619-2666 London: 870-934-2666 photodesk@splashnews.com

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Chris Bosh Facing Blood Clot Scare

Chris Bosh might miss out on the NBA season over another potential health scare.

The Miami Heat star is reportedly facing another blood clot related issue that so far isn’t considered life threatening.

USA Today reports:

Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh’s season — and potentially his career — could be determined over the next several days.

Bosh, 31, missed Sunday’s All-Star Game with a calf strain, but it was later determined that the injury was related to another blood-clot issue, according to several reports. Bosh missed the final 30 games last season after blood clots were found in his lungs.

The 11-time All-Star will meet with doctors Thursday to determine the course of treatment, Yahoo! Sports reported early Tuesday morning. He was prescribed blood thinners last year and took them for seven months. Doctors are often hesitant to allow a patient on such medications to engage in sports where there is physical contact.

Bosh’s agent, Henry Thomas, told The Miami Herald that it was “too soon” to say that Bosh definitely has another blood clot. The newspaper said that the blood clot was not life-threatening.

The Associated Press, citing a a person with knowledge of the situation, reported Tuesday that Bosh had resumed taking blood thinners to treat a blood clot in his leg with hopes that he can resume playing this season.

Bosh was shut down at the All-Star break last season because a blood clot had found its way to his lungs.

Chris is currently awaiting the impending birth of his twins with his wife Adrienne.

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