Chris and Adrienne Bosh

Miami Heat star Chris Bosh may be sidelined for the rest of the 2015-16 NBA season with blood clots again.

According to published reports, Bosh, 31, pulled out of the 2016 NBA All-Star game in Toronto after suffering a slight calf sprain.

Calf pain is a classic symptom of deep vein thrombosis, a life-threatening condition which can cause blood clots that break off and travel to the lung.

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Chris Bosh and son

Miami Heat center Chris Bosh will miss the rest of the NBA season after he was diagnosed with Pulmonary Embolism (blood clots in his lungs). The 30-year-old Dallas native was diagnosed with the potentially fatal blood disorder last week after complaining of chest discomfort while vacationing in Haiti with his wife, Adrienne Bosh, and Heat teammate Dwyane Wade.

Someone uploaded this photo of Bosh and his son, Jackson on Bosh’s Instagram page on Saturday. The caption reads: “Thank you for all the messages, love, and support. It has truly lifted my spirits through this tough process.”

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Laiyah Shannon Brown

Monica IG

R&B diva Monica Brown shared photos of her adorable children Rodney Ramone “Rocko” Hill III, 9, and Laiyah Shannon, 13 mos., on her social media pages this week. Laiyah’s daddy is Miami Heat star Shannon Brown.

Monica wrote a poignant message about experiencing real Love for the first time when her children were born. Many women go through life searching for love, never able to find it, because true Love is experienced through the gift of life.

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Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union

Miami Heat star guard Dwyane Wade and actress Gabrielle Union were among the stars attending Miami Heat center Chris Bosh‘s Cirque du Soleil-themed 30th birthday bash in Miami over the weekend. Other celebs attending the bash include Bosh’s wife Adrienne Bosh, Miami Heat star LeBron James and his pregnant wife Savannah James, and more.

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LeBron James

Most Instagram users spend their time following their friends or keeping up with their favorite celebrities. But a core of women known as Groupies follow professional athletes in order to catalogue their vast riches in the hopes of one day meeting the athlete and taking possession of his wealth in family court after the baby arrives. This is why accountants advise young athletes not to floss their wealth on social media. But do they listen?

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