Chiefly among the reasons why the Heat leads the NBA in both points per game (111.8) and field-goal percentage (.520) is the red-hot shooting touch of Heat center Chris Bosh.

Bosh currently leads the entire league in field-goal percentage (.630) among players with at least 15.0 shot attempts per game. Kobe Bryant is second with a field-goal percentage of .620 on 16.8 attempts per game. Bosh is averaging 22.3 points per game, which is second on the team behind only LeBron James (23.0 ppg).

"Chris has been off to a great start, and he's getting a lot of opportunities because of that ball movement and because at the end of actions the ball is finding him right at his sweet spot," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.

The Heat's ball movement has been crisp to begin the season and Bosh isn't the only player with an abnormally high field-goal percentage. James is among the league leaders as well, shooing 54.5 percent overall and from three-point range.

Against the Suns on Sunday night, the Heat had 47 field goals on 33 assists. It was the highest assist total for the Heat in the Big 3 Era. The Heat was averaging 121 points in victories entering Wednesday's game against the Nets.