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.”
Apparently, Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade was among the hordes of drooling men on social media who right-clicked and saved photos of scantily clad single mom Amber Rose to their hard drives.
As you know, Wade married 42-year-old actress Gabrielle Union last year as a consolation after one of his mistresses gave birth to a boy.
Actress Gabrielle Union was all smiles as she stepped out of her hotel in New York City today. But tongues were wagging in Miami when Gabby skipped last night’s launch party for her husband, Dwyane Wade‘s newest Li-Ning sneaker, Third Element, held at Art Basel in Miami.
Friend of the blog Shannon Brown is out of a job again. According to published reports, the Miami Heat waived Brown to make room for a 7-foot D league center.
Miami Heat NBA star Dwyane Wade and his lovely wife Gabrielle Union hosted his annual Night On the RunWade fashion show in Coral Gables, Florida last night. Wade’s Miami Heat teammates Shannon Brown, Chris Bosh, Chris “Birdman” Anderson and Norris Cole attended the event. Thanks to celebrity photographer Thad of Exclusiveaccess.net for the photos!
Miami Heat center Chris Bosh still hasn’t gotten over former teammate LeBron James departing his team for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James finally listed his oceanfront Miami mansion for $17 million. That’s quite a price hike for the 6 bedroom, 8.5 bath crib. James paid $9 million for his former castle in 2010.
In July, James announced he was returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers who drafted him as the first overall pick in 2003.