Bosh did not travel with the team to Portland for Thursday night's 107-93 victory over the Blazers and he will not play Friday night when the Heat play in Utah. The Heat close their road trip with a game Sunday afternoon against the Los Angeles Lakers, and it is not yet known whether he will play.
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra did not name a replacement starter. Most likely reserve Udonis Haslem will see increased minutes and veteran backup Juwan Howard will be pressed into service. The team is currently riding an eight-game win streak.
"He's been playing great for us this year," LeBron James said. "Hopefully guys will step up in his absence and we can keep the momentum going."
Bryant told reporters in Los Angeles: "It was very simple. He didn't mean to do it. It's just something that just happens. He's not that type of person."
"I didn't play to the added drama and Kobe didn't either," Wade said. "Kobe knew there was no ill intent on my part. We have a pretty good relationship, it is just one of those things. Maybe he put it to rest, maybe he didn't. (Sunday's) game is going to be competitive no matter what."
Brian Windhorst covers the NBA for ESPN.com. Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.