So how do you break out of the Sunday doldrums?

Chris Bosh from distance.

And again.

And again.

With Bosh converting three 3-pointers in the final 2 minutes, 39 seconds, the Miami Heat went from 14 down in the fourth quarter to a 99-98 victory Sunday over the Charlotte Bobcats at AmericanAirlines Arena.

"He was on fire," forward LeBron James said of the previously slumping Heat center. "He just kept that momentum."

Until Bosh got lined up for his decisive shots, there was little momentum for Bosh or the Heat, rather a meandering effort that allowed the Bobcats to hang close, look even dominant at times.

Then, with 2:39 to play, Bosh, from straight on, converted a 3-pointer that drew the Heat within 89-87, a shot that seemingly hit every inch of the rim.

"I was, 'No! Yes! No! Yes!' " he said before the ball ultimately nestled through the net.

Then, with 1:54 to play, there was another 3-point conversion from the top of the circle, drawing the Heat within 91-90.

"The shots," Bosh said, "were there."

Finally, with 1:20 to play, there was his third 3-pointer of the period, one that put the Heat ahead for the first time in the second half at 93-91.

"Every time I got a pass," he said, "they were right on the numbers."

The Heat would not trail again, their winning streak extended to 10 and now 14 consecutive victories over the Bobcats.