What could go wrong for the Miami Heat this season

May 13, 2016; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson (8) takes a breather during the first quarter in game six of the second round of the NBA Playoffs against the Toronto Raptors at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
May 13, 2016; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson (8) takes a breather during the first quarter in game six of the second round of the NBA Playoffs against the Toronto Raptors at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports /
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Chris Bosh doesn’t return

The scenario everyone dreads.

Yes, it’s looking as if Bosh will most likely resume his role with the Heat soon. Yes, it’s more likely than not that this ceases to happen. Say the doctors find another clot (knock on wood) and he finds himself in the same situation a for a third time in three years.

With a wife and kids at home, it’s certainly not worth risking your life over a sport. This goes beyond basketball.

If he’s not cleared on this go-around, Bosh may be forced to call it a career.

That would mean Miami’s best two players from last season–Wade and Bosh–would have both been lost in one off-season. The Big Three completely dissipated. Losing one All-Star is one thing, losing two would be disastrous (especially to such conditions). Teams struggle to bounce back from one star leaving, let alone two.

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