One Major Adjustment Miami Heat Must Make Post All-Star Break

February 19th, 2013 by John Friel Leave a reply »
It's back to business for the Miami Heat.

That means it's time to begin turning on the jets and settling in for an arduous second half of the season. The Heat start off with four games in five nights starting Wednesday on a back-to-back with road meetings against Atlanta and Chicago. In March, they'll play more road games in a month than they have in franchise history.

As well as the Heat have played as of late, they have labeled themselves as a "seven out of 10" in terms of where they are. There are always improvements to made. For the Heat, that means continuing to work Chris Bosh into the offensive equation and finding ways for him to contribute at a high level at all junctures of the game.

While we were swept up in the phenomenon and pandemonium that is LeBron James playing basketball, Bosh quietly played his best basketball of the season. In the three games leading up to the break, he recorded at least 11 rebounds in every game and scored at least 20 in the final two.

He scored 32 points on 16 shots in the Heat's win over Portland. Miami is 6-2 when Bosh takes at least 15 shots.

Bosh's Heat have been as close to as unstopp ...

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