Chris Bosh made his debut on TNT on Monday as an analyst for their "Players Only" programming.
Bosh isn't ready to give up on his playing career, however, and still is working out.
"My health is great," Bosh said during Monday night's broadcast. "I'm feeling good, still working out and just really still staying ready."
Bosh didn't discuss whether he's still battling the blood clots that derailed his 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons.
Bosh's last NBA game was Feb. 9, 2016. A blood clot was found in his calf two days later, he went back on blood-thinning medication and his playing future has been uncertain ever since.
"I think one of the interesting things that I didn't anticipate was my mental health, and that's something that as athletes we have to take into regard because we're used to a set schedule and we're used to a certain type of world," Bosh said. "And that's something that I've really had to work on for my well-being."
Bosh will continue as an analyst for Turner for the next four Mondays, running through March 27.
The Heat are trying to gain cap relief from the $52 million Bosh is owed over the next two seasons.