According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, "the complication involved evidence of some continued clotting and is believed to be related to one of two previous blood clot episodes.
We are not able to comment further in light of Article XXII, Section 3(e) of the NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement, which precludes a team from releasing certain medical information without a player's consent.
With Dywane Wade gone to Chicago, the Heat, as insensitive as it sounds, would be freed up a bit financially if Bosh's money were to come off the books.
These are probably the same people who challenged his value on a daily basis when he was playing third fiddle to LeBron and Wade from 2010 to 2012 before they finally broke through with a championship.
Bosh is going to join the 21 players with 17,000 points and 7,500 career rebounds who are in the Hall because he can add in the fact that he won two championships as a very important part of those teams, he made an All-NBA Second Team (and should've made more than that), and is an 11-time All-Star (All-Star selections counting are up for debate but they matter to the Hall of Fame now).