In an exclusive interview with E:60’s Lisa Salters, Chris Bosh details how a pulmonary embolism sidelined him in 2015 and subsequent blood clots derailed his career. Bosh says he was mentally worn down and beginning to resent the game of basketball as he tried to make a comeback. Bosh goes on to explain how Gordon Hayward’s ankle injury during the Boston Celtics’ opening night in 2017 impacted and helped him come to terms with retirement. The 11-time NBA All-Star also talks about his legacy and what he expects to see from former Miami Heat teammate LeBron James as he heads into his second season as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers.
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