With the Heat all but locked into the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, coach Erik Spoelstra said before Sunday's home finale against Houston that he will "weigh a lot of different variables" before deciding who to rest and play over the final two regular season road games.

But as far as forward Chris Bosh is concerned, Spoelstra said "we'd like to" get him into a game before the playoffs.

Bosh, the team's third-leading scorer, sat out his fourth consecutive game Sunday with what Spoelstra called "muscle fatigue in his legs.

"We wanted to make sure we were proactive with it and made sure it didn't turn into something more," Spoelstra said of why Bosh has sat since posting 22 points and 15 rebounds against the Nets April 16.

"We'll evaluate how he feels. [Sunday's] workout will tell how he feels and how he responds to it as well. But he was playing at a high level. He was very confident over the last couple games."