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South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Chris Bosh released from hospital

Heat forward Chris Bosh was released from the hospital Friday after spending a week after being diagnosed with blood clots on his lungs.

The Parquet Report | Fox Sports Florida

Bosh making progress, continues to recuperate at hospital

Chris Bosh continues to recuperate at a South Florida hospital and is making solid progress after being diagnosed Saturday with blood clots on his lung, according to Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra. Speaking after a morning shootaround session ahead of Monday's game against the visiting Philadelphia 76ers, Spoelstra said Bosh was in good sprits and doing well.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Luxury tax could limit Heat with $2.65M exception for McRoberts

Because of luxury-tax implications, the Miami Heat may have to bypass spending the entire $2.65 million salary-cap exception received for Josh McRoberts' knee injury.

ESPN1stTake

Chris Bosh Injury Update and Goran Dragic to Heat

Stephen A Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Chris Bosh's injury status and Goran Dragic being traded to the Heat.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Chris Bosh at Miami hospital for tests for 'illness', will not travel to New York

Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh was admitted to a Miami hospital Thursday night "undergoing tests" for what Heat have described as an illness.

Houston Chronicle

With second half looming, here’s what to look for in the NBA

The Heat without LeBron James, the Lakers without Kobe Bryant, another tough road in the Western Conference. A neck-and-neck race for the MVP title. So far the NBA season hasn’t disappointed. There have been plenty of ups and downs and an abundance of storylines to follow from surprise teams to top players to season-ending injuries. […]

The Parquet Report | Fox Sports Florida

Weekend Watch List: Bosh, Oladipo, Payton represent at NBA All-Star weekend

Three of Florida's finest will be featured among the All-Stars throughout NBA All-Star weekend -- the Miami Heat's Chris Bosh and the Orlando Magic's Victor Oladipo and rookie Elfrid Payton. Could have been four, but the Heat's Dwyane Wade opted out of the festivities earlier in the week due to his hamstring injury, ending his All-Star games played streak at 10. On the ice, the Florida Panthers pay a visit to Dallas on Friday night and return home to host St. Louis on Sunday, the same day the Tampa Bay Lightning begin a five-game West Coast swing in San Jose. Here's a closer look at the...

Akron Beacon Journal

Kevin Love will miss game with eye injury, Tristan Thompson starts in his place

CHICAGO: Kevin Love will not play tonight when the Cavaliers face the Chicago Bulls. Tristan Thompson will start in his place. Love suffered an abrasion on his right cornea during Wednesday's win against the Miami Heat. It is the third game Love has missed this season. Thompson is making his 12th start of the season. He is averaging 9.1 points and 8.4 rebounds.

News-Herald

Cleveland Cavaliers 113, Miami Heat 93: Kevin Love suffers eye injury in Cavs' victory

The Cavaliers rolled to their 14th win in their last 15 games.But their torrid streak wasn't the only thing on their minds.The Cavaliers (33-21) bludgeoned the visiting Miami Heat on Feb. 11, 113-93. But there was concern about forward Kevin Love.

Plain Dealer

Kevin Love in good spirits following eye injury; hopeful to play Thursday against Chicago

Kevin Love suffered a scary eye injury in Wednesday's win over the Heat, but was in good spirits afterwards.

Audibles | SI.com

Heat's Dwyane Wade (hamstring) will not play in All-Star Game

Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade will not play in the All-Star Game because of a hamstring injury. Wade, 33, has missed the last six games with the injury.

Knicks Blog | ESPN New York

Melo (knee) won't force it to play in ASG

Carmelo Anthony said his throbbing knee was "very, very sore" on Tuesday and he won't force the issue if he is unable to play in Sunday's All-Star Game. Anthony is considered questionable for Wednesday's game against Orlando, the Knicks tweeted on Tuesday. Anthony aggravated his left knee injury in Monday's loss to the Miami Heat and he told reporters on Tuesday that he wasn't sure of his status for the Magic game. When asked if he believes he will still be able to play in the All-Star Game, Anthony said he can't look that far ahead right now.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Wade practices for first time since latest injury; Johnson re-signed

Heat guard Dwyane Wade returned to practice for the first time since sustaining a hamstring injury nearly two weeks ago.

Boston Herald

Injury-depleted Celtics hurt by sluggish start

Their record to the contrary, many Celtics still like to talk about the playoffs.The C’s play in a weak Eastern Conference, and even after yesterday’s continued trouble, they’re only 31⁄2 games out of the eighth playoff seed.But the Celtics also fell to the current seventh seed, the Miami Heat, by a 83-75 margin and that did nothing to validate those weak postseason hopes.