Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh told The Late, Late Show host James Corden on Wednesday night that he has recovered from the blood clots in his lungs that forced him to miss the second half of last season.
“I'm ready to play,” Bosh said. “I've been healthy. It's been a great summer.”
Bosh told Corden that recovering from the pulmonary embolism in his left lung was not easy, calling it a “slow building process.”
“But I'm here now,” Bosh added.
Bosh averaged 21.1 points and seven rebounds in 44 games last season. His 35.4 minutes per game was the team high. However, his 46.0% shooting was his second-lowest mark since he entered the league with the Toronto Raptors in 2003.
The Heat open the 2015–16 season against the Charlotte Hornets on Oct. 28.