One day after passing up a potential game-tying shot at the buzzer against the Portland Trail Blazers, Heat center Chris Bosh said he made the right play.

The Heat, 0-2 on its current six-game road trip, lost to the Trail Blazers 92-90 on Thursday night. On the game's final play, LeBron James, who finished with 15 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists, dribbled at the top of the key with time running down before bolting to the basket.

The drive collapsed the Trail Blazers' defense, and James turned in midair and found Bosh open just outside the paint. Bosh, who made his final seven shots of the game, turned down the look and instead deferred to Mario Chalmers, who was positioned behind Bosh and just outside the three-point arc.

"I don't consider the past," Bosh said Friday, a practice day for the Heat at Sacramento's Sleep Train Arena. "The game never comes down to one play, and I made the right play."

Chalmers was subbed out of the game with 3:54 left in the third quarter before entering for the final play.