There is no absolutely no chance of LeBron James second-guessing himself the next time he is on the basketball court.

If there is an open teammate, he will make the pass.

Simple as that.

Some skeptics would say James was perhaps too unselfish in the Miami Heat's loss to the Chicago Bulls in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. If that means he was trying to get teammates involved, then expect more of the same from James in Wednesday's Game 2 at AmericanAirlines.

James said he will continue to look for them despite the Heat's perimeter shooting woes. Mario Chalmers, Shane Battier, Mike Miller and Ray Allen combined to shoot 7 of 24 from the field.

"If we get those looks, our shooters are going to shoot them," James said. "Six out of seven of Shane's 3s were wide open. Three out of four of Mike Miller's 3s were wide open. We want our shooters to shoot and they will continue to shoot because we will continue to find them. We have the utmost confidence in them."

Naturally, James was questioned if he wasn't being aggressive enough, especially in the first half when he appeared more interested in facilitating instead of scoring.

He took just six of the team's 39 first-half shots.

"I just let the game dictate what's going on," James said. "My shooters have got us to this point. They've made shots over the season and they're going to continue to make shots. I've got trust in them . We still had a chance to win the game no matter what I was doing in the first half."

Coach Erik Spoelstra said James' shot attempts were the least of his concerns. He was more focused on the defense, mainly allowing the Bulls to score 35 fourth-quarter points.

"Offensively in the first half, we actually had good looks," Spoelstra said. "He was facilitating but that wasn't our problem. Our guys understand that."

Still, the Bulls said they expect James to pursue more scoring opportunities at the start.

"No question about it, I think he's going to come out and try to be very aggressive," Chicago center Joakim Noah said.