The way the Heat's offense is humming along in these playoffs, perhaps Chris Bosh should take his time returning from injury.

Since Miami's initial two losses to Indiana without Bosh, the team's offense has exploded thanks to a combined effort by Dwyane Wade and LeBron James to get close to the rim. In Monday's Game?1 win over the Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals, the Heat shot 50 percent from the field despite going 5 of 25 from behind the three-point arc. Led by James and Wade, the Heat was 21 of 27 (77.8 percent) inside the paint.

"There's no way any team should get that many layups, that many point-blank shots against our defense," Celtics coach Doc Rivers said.