Chris Bosh has not appeared in a NBA game for the Miami Heat since suiting up against the San Antonio Spurs on February 9, 2016. After a second bout with troubling blood clots, the 11-time All-Star will be joining the TNT broadcast family according to the South Florida Sentinel, as an in-studio analyst for the last five weeks of the season. The move ends any possibility of the 32-year-old returning to the court this year, as the Heat look to shed his salary from their cap.
Welcome to the family, @chrisbosh! pic.twitter.com/PGZmZZc47s
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) February 23, 2017
The two-time NBA champion will appear on TNT’s newest show, Players Only, when it debuts on February 27 with Chris Webber, Isiah Thomas and Baron Davis, per NBA.com,
TNT’s Players Only franchise will include appearances by 11-time NBA All-Star Chris Bosh as part of its studio coverage when the series debuts Monday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. ET. Bosh, an 11-time NBA All-Star and two-time NBA Champion with the Miami Heat, will contribute to Players Only during its five consecutive weeks of Monday night doubleheader action on TNT. Bosh will appear alongside Chris Webber, Isiah Thomas and Baron Davis to provide studio commentary for Players Only from Turner Studios in Atlanta.
Congrats to Bosh on his latest venture, he will definitely bring quality analysis to the program. Hopefully Bosh can make it back to the court at some point next season.
@NBAonTNT @chrisbosh biggest trade deadline acquisition pic.twitter.com/Rp5dWw04p5
— Kevin Thang (@Skip2MyJays) February 23, 2017