Former All-Star forward Chris Bosh made another visit to the Los Angeles Lakers’ training facility, where he was spotted chatting with his former agent and now, Lakers GM Rob Pelinka and rookie point guard Lonzo Ball.

Bosh has been out of the league for two-and-half seasons since he was diagnosed with irregular blood clotting problems. His frequent appearance during Lakers’ practices is piquing the curiosity of hoops fans, especially the hardcore Lakers followers.

Is the All-Star preparing for an NBA comeback?

Bosh’s situation is quite complicated as several doctors actually cleared him to play competitive basketball a year ago.

However, the league has been adamant about not giving the green for his return until he’s 100 percent cleared of his illness because his condition is considered life-threatening. It’s the basis the Miami Heat used to get rid of his contract in the offseason, creating as much as $25 million in cap space.

Bosh, who will turn 34 next March, still hasn’t given up on his goal of making an NBA comeback. He always stressed during interviews that he’s healthier than ever and it’s just a matter of time before he gets cleared by the league.

The Lakers, apparently, offered the best situation for his return since Bosh has relocated his family to Los Angeles after parting ways with Miami. Pelinka has close ties with him still and the Lakers surely need another veteran presence in their locker room.

On the other hand, Bosh’s visit might be plain and simple: he just wanted a chit-chat with his former agent. That’s it.

Kuzma might be starting

During his recent media availability, Lakers head coach Luke Walton tackled several pressing issues ahead of the 2017-18 NBA season, including the battle for minutes at the power forward position.

Prior to Kyle Kuzma’s terrific preseason showing, the Lakers were projected to start Julius Randle at the PF with Larry Nance Jr. getting significant minutes as backup. Kuzma’s outstanding performance in the preseason games has apparently changed the plan.

According to Walton, the possibility of putting Kuzma on the starting lineup is now on the debate table.

Kuzma’s exploits in preseason have certainly warranted more minutes on the floor. Still, the Lakers coaching staff likes what the No.27 draft pick brings with the second unit. They view Kuzma as an instant source of offense while the starters are taking quality rest. Walton nevertheless assured that he will try to find more minutes for the newest Lakers sensation, regardless of his status on the roster.