Bosh, 23, tweaked his left knee during a practice in Treviso, Italy last week. The pain and fluid build-up worsened to the point where he has not been able to practice this week, although he did say that it felt a little better yesterday than it did on Tuesday.
"We're just trying to rest it for the moment and then trying to think of an approach to handle it the right way," he said, adding that a firm diagnosis still hasn't been made or, at least, announced.
I like the move to keep him out of action, its pre-season, he's shown that he's in shape and seems as though he's gotten rid of any off-season rust.
The core of the team is basically the same so it's not like this is going to hurt the progression of chemistry. Hopefully he's back at 100% for the opening tip to start off the season.
Didn't Bosh say just a couple of days ago that he really wanted to get the practices and games in this year? As opposed to last year where the plantar fac...(foot thing) forced him off his game and a bad start. His words.
Chris Bosh's pre-season will be greatly abbreviated.
Raptor coach Sam Mitchell said today his all-star power forward will not play in Wednesday's game against Lithuania's Zalgiris Kaunas and will likely miss Friday's game against the Chicago Bulls as well.