The Los Angeles Lakers are expected to make significant roster moves starting this season to next summer in the hope of finally ending their playoff slump. The Lakers are now being linked to Chris Bosh after the former Miami Heat forward was spotted at a Lakers practice on Tuesday.

Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN posted a photo on Twitter, showing Bosh with Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka. The photo immediately fueled speculation suggesting the Lakers might take a gamble on the 11-time All-Star.

The Lakers have failed to reach the playoffs in the past four seasons, but fans have seen encouraging signs as of late since Magic Johnson took over as president of basketball operations.

Johnson and the Lakers are expected to target superstars next summer, including Paul George and LeBron James.

Bosh still open to returning despite health risks

Bosh has not played since the 2015-16 season after being diagnosed with blood clots. He attempted to return to the Heat last season, but health issues prevented him from making a comeback.

Although the league tagged Bosh’s condition as career-ending, the 33-year-old forward told TMZ in July that his health is great. Bosh added that he is still thinking of his next basketball move after parting ways with the Heat last summer following several failed physicals.

The Sun-Sentinel also reported last summer that Bosh can still return to the league any time as long as he can present a medical clearance.

However, it remains to be seen whether or not teams will be willing to take a huge risk on Bosh.

Bosh averaged 19.2 points on top of 8.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 13 seasons in the league. The Texas native, who was the fourth overall pick of the Toronto Raptors in 2003, won two titles with the Heat.

Bosh believes James, Dwyane Wade will win another title together

Meanwhile, Bosh believes his former Heat teammates James and Dwyane Wade will win a ring together. James and Wade will play with each other again in Cleveland after parting ways following their 4-1 loss to the San Antonio Spurs in the 2014 NBA Finals.

Wade agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Cavaliers this season after getting a $15-million contract buyout from the Bulls. The veteran guard received interest from other title contenders but eventually reunited with James in Cleveland, saying that moving to the Cavaliers will give him the best chance to win another championship.

Bosh agreed to Wade’s assessment, predicting a title for the Cavaliers with James and Wade in town. “Of course,” Bosh told TMZ when asked if he thinks his former teammates will win another title together in Cleveland.