Bosh to continue working as television analyst

MIAMI -- Chris Bosh is heading back to the NBA, this time as an analyst.Turner Sports announced Thursday that Bosh will be part of its "Players Only" team of analysts for five consecutive Mondays, starting Feb. 27. Bosh will work from Turner's studios...

Bosh to continue working as television analyst

MIAMI -- Chris Bosh is heading back to the NBA, this time as an analyst.Turner Sports announced Thursday that Bosh will be part of its "Players Only" team of analysts for five consecutive Mondays, starting Feb. 27. Bosh will work from Turner's studios...

24 February 2017 Friday 18:00
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Bosh to continue working as television analyst

MIAMI -- Chris Bosh is heading back to the NBA, this time as an analyst.

Turner Sports announced Thursday that Bosh will be part of its "Players Only" team of analysts for five consecutive Mondays, starting Feb. 27. Bosh will work from Turner's studios in Atlanta, working alongside Chris Webber, Isiah Thomas and Baron Davis.

Bosh has not played an NBA game since Feb. 9, 2016. He remains under contract with the Miami Heat, though has not played this season while dealing with issues related to blood clots.

Bosh got a head start on his new job Thursday, when the 11-time All-Star appeared on Turner's programming related to the NBA trade deadline.

Bosh is Miami's highest-paid player, set to earn $75.8 million over the next three seasons. His money is guaranteed, though the Heat can get salary-cap relief this month from the bulk of that amount if Bosh doesn't return to the court.

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