Heat president Pat Riley: 'No resolution' to Chris Bosh situation

Bosh's mother, Freida, was one of several people found in Bosh's Texas home when police performed a drug raid.

Things still aren't great between the Heat and Chris Bosh.

Speaking to reporters Wednesday, Miami president Pat Riley did little to address the team's situation with Bosh and declined to say if they would give him the boot to make more salary cap room.

"Down the road we don't have Chris' services," Riley said, via the Sun-Sentinel.

Bosh, 33, wasn't allowed to return to the team after he failed a physical during the preseason. He has dealt with blood clots for the past three years, causing him to miss the bulk of the Heat's games in 2014-15 and 2015-16. He did not play at all in the 2016-17 season.

"It's been discussed enough and it's being discussed, but there's no resolution to it right now," Riley said."I think in due time it will run its course and take care of itself. But I can't give you (a) definitive answer."

If the Heat do decide to cut Bosh, they will be responsible for the final two seasons of his contract andinsurance.

MORE: Chris Bosh says he's 'still staying ready' for NBA return | Chris Bosh ignores Heat's olive branch, report says | Chris Bosh says he's 'still an athlete', doesn't rule out return to basketball

Bosh is still trying to make a comeback, sayingSunday that he is "still anathlete" and this is not how he wants his career to end.

"Look, there isn't anybody in this organization that feels worse for C.B. than I do. It got a little sideways at the end because of feelings and things of that nature," Riley said."There has been conversations with the organization and with Chris personally. I'll leave that at that."

What to read next

By using Yahoo you agree that Yahoo and partners may use Cookies for personalisation and other purposes