Struggling through his worst scoring stretch in almost a decade, Miami Heat center Chris Bosh apologized to his teammates after Game 6 and hopes to be more assertive in Monday's Game 7 against the Indiana Pacers. Bosh has failed to score in double-digits in three consecutive games for the first time since his rookie season in 2003-04. Bosh said he hopes to have a better Game 7 after "not being aggressive and not playing my best ball." Bosh has been largely outplayed by Pacers big men David West and Roy Hibbert. Bosh has averaged just 11.3 points, 3.7 rebounds and 0.7 blocks on 41.1 percent shooting in the series. "It's hard, it's difficult," Bosh said. "Everything you're going to do in the postseason is difficult. And you're going to be put in situations you don't want to be in and you're going to have to do things that you don't want to do. It's part of it, so you might as well get used to it, being miserable and really loving it." Bosh has found himself more on the perimeter in this series. He has averaged 2.3 3-point attempts in this series, which is up from his regular-season rate of one per game. The 6-foot-11 center has shot the ball well, making 50 percent of his tries from downtown, but it has pulled him away from the paint. When asked if there would be changes to his game Monday, Bosh indicated that he might have been doing too much of that lately. "I changed my game in Games 1-through-6 and it hasn't really worked," Bosh said. "I just need to do what I do and just let it all hang out." Bosh, like his teammates, have struggled to challenge Hibbert at the rim. When asked if he was worried about Indiana's 7-foot-2 center, Bosh said he hadn't followed through on his mental approach.