MIAMI -- Chris Bosh is back on the basketball court, dropping a big hint that he plans to try playing for the Miami Heat again this season.Bosh released a video Monday on Snapchat of him going through a non-contact workout, including some shooting and dribbling. Its the first time this offseason that hes revealed doing any on-court work, and it remains unknown if he has been medically cleared to resume full workouts after each of his last two seasons were cut short by the formation of blood clots.I know Ive been gone for a moment but now Im back, Bosh said on the video, a part of which was later posted to Twitter . Everybody is always asking me, `Am I hoopin? Yes, Im hoopin. Absolutely. Im a hooper.Bosh has been in California in recent weeks, though it was not immediately clear where the video was taken. Theres also no mention of the Heat on the video, nor is there any suggestion that hell join teammates for unofficial workouts before training camp begins in late September.Boshs season ended in February at the All-Star break. His status has been a mystery since, and in numerous blog and social-media posts Bosh has made in recent months hes offered no substantial updates about his health or his future.Its also unknown if Bosh is still on bloodthinners. Typically, athletes in contact sports such as basketball are discouraged from playing while on bloodthinners because of the increased threat of serious complications.The Heat have been in wait-and-see mode regarding Bosh for some time. Managing general partner Micky Arison listed Bosh among returning veterans in a letter he wrote to fans earlier this month, and Heat President Pat Riley said in July that the team would be open to a Bosh return.Its a positive environment right now with Chris, Riley said last month. I think his doctors and our doctors are constantly, or moreso now than ever, communicating. I know what Chris wants. I know he wants to play. And obviously we would be open to that, but this is still a very fluid situation.Bosh has missed 65 games over the past two seasons, largely because of the clot problems. He averaged 19.1 points per game last season, and is owed about $76 million over the three remaining years of his contract.Bosh and Udonis Haslem are the only two players remaining from Miamis last NBA title team in 2013. The Heat underwent a massive overhaul this summer, most notably with Dwyane Wade leaving Miami after 13 seasons to sign with the Chicago Bulls. Aaron Hicks Jersey
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Rickie Fowler encourages the crowd to make even more noise as he tees off on the 16th hole during the third round at TPC Scottsdale The PGA Tour tournament attendance record of 564,368 - set at the Phoenix Open in 2015 - was also broken significantly, rising by nearly 54,000 to a staggering 618,365 by the end of the week.One of the events big draws is the amphitheater style par-three 16th hole. From James Hahn doing press-ups to Harold Varner IIIs dab, the loudest hole in golf provided a lot of entertainment this week. Some of golfs top players give their thoughts on the pressure of performing at the 16th hole of the Phoenix Open which hosts around 20,000 spectators Hall making moves in AustraliaGeorgia Hall won her second professional title at the Oates Victorian Open at 13th Beach. The biggest win of her career came after she ended the tournament one stroke ahead of defending champion Marianne Skapnord and Denmarks Nanna Masden. The 19-year-old from Bournemouth began the final day two ahead of the field. A birdie at the 15th helped her regain a one-shot lead, and a par at the last was enough to ensure her first victory since the Open Generali De Strasbourg in 2014. Georgia Hall claimed her second professional victory in Australia where she led the field from round one Changing of the English GuardDanny Willett and Andy Sullivan, who finished first and second in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, are firmly establishing themselves as two of the strong forces in English golf. With his win in Dubai, Willett moves to 13th in the world rankings, while Andy Sullivan moves in to the top 30 at 28.As it stands, both are set to qualify to play for Europe in the Ryder Cup in Minnesota in September. Sullivan sits in second position on the European Points list behind world No 2 Rory McIlroy, with Willett narrowly behind in third. Danny Willett has claimed victory at the Dubai Desert Classic.dddddddddddd British Masters champion Matthew Fitzpatrick lies in fourth, while Ryder Cup stalwarts Ian Poulter, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood are all outside the worlds top 50 and will rely on being handed wildcards from captain Darren Clarke. Westwood missed the cut this week in Dubai, and 28th at the Nedbank challenge is the best result he has had in his past six tournaments. Meanwhile, Willett and Sullivan have totted up three European tour wins each in the past year. The pair also put in notable performances during the EurAsia cup where Willett sealed the final points to gain the victory. Rorys putting proves costly in DubaiThe world No 2 was tied sixth at the end of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, but the defending champion was left to rue missed chances with his putter.Although he finished 15-under-par, his final-round 65 could have been even lower had he made any of the birdie opportunities presented to him on the first three holes on Sunday. McIlroy was unable to finish with a final-hole birdie Ill rue the two front nines that I played on Friday and Saturday, McIlroy said. Im working on my driving and my putting. If everything else stays where it is, I feel like i should get a good run in the States.Rickies yips on 17Twice in less than an hour, Rickie Fowler drove his ball into the water, eventually losing in a play-off. The 332-yard par-four 17th with bunkers bordering the entire fairway and water surrounding the left side and back of the green, left Fowler puzzled as to which club to play. Rickie Fowler drove his ball in to the water on the fourth play-off hole, for the second time in an hour Standing on the 17th tee of the final round, Fowler led the field by two shots and opted to use the driver in order to miss the bunkers. Thinking it was good, Fowler turned away as his ball caught a down-slope and ended up over the back of the green. Im hitting a chip-cut driver, Fowler said. Usually, I dont expect it to hit on the downslope and then go 360.After losing his lead and forcing a play-off with Hideki Matsuyama, the fourth play-off hole saw the pair standing yet again on the 17th.With Fowler teeing-off first, he put the driver away and took out the three wood with the hope of ending up short of the green. He ended up pulling it left into the water and Matsuyama had a tap-in par to win the tournament. Watch the Tshwane Open and the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am live on Sky Sports 4 HD this weekend. 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