Monday afternoon, Chris Bosh posted Snapchat videos of him doing a basketball workout and told fans he was back.
On the same day, ESPN's Michael Wallace reportedthat the forward also expects to be cleared in time for the Heat's training camp, which starts on September 27th.
A league source told ESPN.com in July that Bosh is preparing to be available when training camp opens on Sept. 27 and expects to be medically cleared to rejoin the team.
However, Bosh cannot be cleared unless the Heat doctors believe he's good to go as well. Both sides are still having discussions about finding ways to get the star back on the court. Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reported last month that Bosh proposed playing on blood thinners and then coming off of them before game time, an idea the Heat are not fond of doing.
If Bosh is cleared and off of blood thinners, there's no question the Heat will allow him to play. If he has to retire, the Heat may have to consider applying for a medical waiver which would allow them to get Bosh's salary off the books. Despite suspicion from Bosh's camp, the Heat have strongly denied that they are trying to get rid of his contract.
There's still no resolution yet, but there could be one soon within the next few weeks.