Update: Members of the Heat organization are fearful that Bosh's recurrence of blood clots may prevent him from playing again, ESPN.com's Brian Windhorst reports.
Analysis: Bosh has been sidelined since the All-Star break after he was diagnosed with blood clotting in his left calf, marking the second consecutive time that his season has come to a premature end due to clots. The power forward still wants to keep his career going, but because of the long-term risks his condition prevents, it's uncertain if team doctors will ever clear him to play. Expect Bosh, who is still on blood thinners, to undergo extensive consultations throughout the offseason. Bosh is under contract for three more seasons for a total of $75 million.