Chris Bosh has yet to decide on a title for the book.

One day, he may pen something on his experiences of going from primary player to the often-scrutinized third option for the Miami Heat. He just has to figure out a name for it.

"I don't know," Bosh said. "But it will be something dramatic."

The past two games have allowed Bosh to return to the role of No. 1 scoring option. He's drawn praise for leading the Heat, without LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, to a victory against the San Antonio Spurs. Days later, he drew jeers after not being aggressive enough in a loss to the New York Knicks.

For Bosh, it's nothing new.

He's realizes there will always be questions about his ability, whether he's playing alongside James and Wade or part of a starting lineup that features Mike Miller and Norris Cole.

"I mean, it's always a question if I'm a great player or not and what I'm supposed to do," Bosh said. "I really don't care about that. I just care about being a good player, living my dream playing basketball and having a good time. I know my ability. I'm a good basketball player. That's about it. I just want to hang my hat on that."

Being "good" is just not enough when teamed with Wade and James. Wade is arguably one of the top five shooting guards in league history, while James is adding to his case as being considered among the game's all-time greats. That leaves Bosh, a former All-Star in Toronto, as oftentimes the scapegoat.

It's why he says these past two games have been opportunity to refresh the memories of fans, those who have forgotten his playing days with the Raptors. He averaged at least 20 points a game five times during his seven-year stint in Toronto, including a career-high 24 points and 10.8 rebounds his last season before parting ways.

"It's always a huge opportunity for me," Bosh said. "I don't care so much about shining. I just go out there and play basketball. I know a lot of people count me out, just like the rest of the guys on this team sometimes. You get lost in the shadows because we have two great players, but we like to remind people. It's something that we like to step up to."