Chris Bosh sees no need to reflect on where he was at this time last year.
Physically, mentally and emotionally, he moved past it all long ago. The tubes stuck into the side of his chest, the fear of his life being in danger by the blood clot that attacked one of his lungs, the tests that would determine if his career could continue and the searing pain that accompanied each breath all are safely tucked away in the memory bank, and life as Bosh has known it for more than a decade has resumed.
A year after a blood clot gave the Miami forward the scare of a lifetime, Bosh is again an All-Star.
"It doesn't surprise me," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "I...