Heat guard Mario Chalmers had a career year from the 3-point line during the regular season. He shot a personal-best 38 percent from the arc while making 101 3-pointers, the most since his rookie year in 2008-09. With that said, Chalmers is proving he's more than just a 3-point specialist. He said he's made an effort in recent weeks to become more of a threat off the dribble. His aggressive play led to an 11-point, nine-assist performance against the New York Knicks in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals. "I'm just trying to put more pressure on the defense," Chalmers said. "I'm not trying just to be a standstill 3-point shooter. I'm trying to add more to my game."