One thing that the Miami Heat have done in this series against the Brooklyn Nets is prove that they have a much better system than anyone else. And while this has to do with how well coached up the Heat are, some of it has to do with pure luck and skill, as Chris Bosh has seemingly solved all problems the Heat have matchup-wise.
He’s not perfect, but Bosh has been able to play in just about any scheme the Nets go with and proved that no matter how small the ball goes, he can hold his own and be disruptive on the court.
The different between some of the Nets’ big men and what Erik Spoelstra has in Chris Bosh is that Bosh can make it work no matter how small the ball goes.
This is a big reason why Bosh is just a major part of the Big 3, even if he’s the overlooked and forgotten child by the national media. But Bosh doesn’t need a spotlight to shine, rather he just needs to know where the ball is and that’s the things that keep the Heat on this winning streak.