Chris Bosh's amazing basketball career ended in a tragic way as the superstar big man [VIDEO] was forced to stop playing the game due to health issues. Bosh played for the Toronto Raptors and the Miami Heat during his career, winning multiple awards, including two NBA championships. The former All-Star turned 33 in March, and even though he hasn't played in an NBA game for a long time, he refuses to retire and officially end his career.

Bosh appears on NBA TV's Players Only show from time to time, which is his only connection to the NBA at the moment. However, he made it clear that he wants to stay around basketball for a long time and that he is keeping his options open.

While returning to the NBA as a player would be nearly impossible, the former All-Star is interested in another role in the league.

Chris Bosh is going to be around basketball

Chris Bosh, who won NBA championship with the Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013, said he was going to be around the game of basketball. One of the reasons why he hasn't retired yet is his love for basketball. Dealing with health issues was extremely difficult for the 33-year old, but giving up basketball was even harder.

"I plan to keep my options open as a player moving forward, but that's not coaching," Chris Bosh said last night. "Maybe front office work, working with teams and spreading the game, maybe teaching the game to young people, that's something that's a very big passion."

Bosh revealed more details during last night's game between the Cleveland Cavaliers [VIDEO] and his former team, the Miami Heat.

He said he would love to work with players who aren't starters and help them improve. He also added how he would benefit from faster basketball and improved spacing in today's NBA.

It's been nearly two years since Bosh played in his last game, and the NBA has changed a lot in this period. Considering how great he was, there is no doubt that he could teach other players and show them some of his moves. Bosh was the third option in Miami from 2010 to 2014, so he definitely knows what it feels like to play without the ball.

Will Bosh join Miami?

Chris Bosh was officially waived by the Miami Heat in July last year. This move helped the Heat move forward and spend their money on other players. Heat president Pat Riley made it clear that Bosh's jersey number will be retired by the team one day. Since the Heat were the last team Bosh played for, would he consider returning to them and helping players improve?

It will be interesting to see what the future holds for the former Heat center and if he manages to find a job in the NBA soon.