Update 5: Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra during Friday's practice: "In terms of all the rumors and speculation, we're aware of all the things that are out there. Everybody's jumping the gun right now. Frankly, there is not a full diagnosis, so for everybody to speculate at this stage is very premature."
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Spoelstra also said the Heat believe Bosh's health issue is not life threatening.
Update 4: Bleacher Report's Jared Zwerling is reporting that Bosh is dealing with blood clots in both lungs, and that further testing is being done.
Update 3: LeBron James has sent Bosh a message via Twitter:
Wish I could be there by your side this very moment to tell a joke or something homie. Just to get your mind off what you're going through!— LeBron James (@KingJames) February 20, 2015
Update 2: Bosh is still in the hospital and is reportedly on blood-thinner medication, according to Barry Jackson. The concern for the Heat is that Bosh could miss the remainder of the season, although the report says that "the longterm outlook is good."
Update: The Herald's Barry Jackson tweeted this morning:
Doctors believe Bosh has blood clot on lung. He remains hospitalized. Blood clot on lung last month will sideline Nets' Teletovic for season— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) February 20, 2015
Original post: The Miami Heat's Chris Bosh was taken to a Miami-area hospital Thursday to undergo tests in his lung area. While the Heat initially reports that the test are inconclusive, early reports have speculated that it might be serious.More »