At times this season, Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem has found himself lost on the basketball court.

He rarely knows where he will be positioned or when scoring opportunities will come. It's part of the adjustment of going from playing in a system he's known for years to more of a freelance role alongside Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh.

In time, Haslem will grow more comfortable. Until then, he will continue to endure stretches like the past week.

He went in a span of five days from missing a winning jumpshot against the Utah Jazz to becoming a key, late-game contributor in Wednesday's victory against the Atlanta Hawks.