MIAMI — Chris Bosh was dealing with more than one blood clot earlier this year, and said Wednesday that he felt written off when Miami Heat team doctors advised him that the situation likely would be career-ending.

It’s the first time Bosh has said there was more than the one known clot that was found in his calf in February and ended this past season.

“They told me that my season’s over. My career is probably over. This just happened, this is just how it is,” Bosh said, referring what followed after this year’s finding of clots. “I felt right away that I was written off. … If a doctor tells me, ‘Hey, that’s it and this is how it is’ and I don’t buy that, I think that I have the right to disagree with you. I know inside me I have a lot of talent and a lot of ability. And I have it. I know I have it.”

Bosh said he remains in good spirits and confident his situation will work itself out. “We’re just in the process of making sure that I can get back on the court,” Bosh said.

WARRIORS: Coach Steve Kerr fully expects NBA players to take up their own version of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s stand against racial oppression.

LAKERS: The team signed veteran forward Thomas Robinson.

Robinson played for five teams in his first four NBA seasons, averaging 4.9 points and 4.8 rebounds per game over his career. He spent last season with Brooklyn, starting seven games in 71 appearances.

THUNDER: General Manager Sam Presti said he’s disappointed that forward Mitch McGary was hit with a minimum 10-game drug suspension last week on top of the five-game ban he drew this summer.

Presti said McGary will be with the team when training begins Saturday, but the Thunder have a surplus of skilled post players, including Steven Adams, Enes Kanter, Ersan Ilyasova and rookie Domantas Sabonis.