At the end of the day, it comes down to one thing and one thing only. Get the man more touches.
Not much changes from the time someone touches a basketball for the first time. The venues may change, but the rules don't, and neither does one's desire to have the ball in their hands, especially gifted players such as Bosh.
It's no secret that Bosh's touches, and numbers as a result, have declined. Lack of touches parlays into a decline in motivation to do anything else on the court, such as play defense.
What Bosh has to realize sooner rather than later is that when he does the little things, like rebound, defend, and hit open shots, that's when the Heat are at their best. The other parts of his game will come right along, being the talented player he is.
Heat fans want to see a more motivated, tenacious, and most importantly consistent Bosh. However, he won't develop the desired consistency until he finds his groove on the offense end; that will only come with more possessions being run through Bosh.
The offense running through Bosh is not a bad idea. He often ends up with better shots than Wade or LeBron, believe it or not. Miami has got to get the third member of the big 3 to start playing like CB4 again and they will really be unstoppable.
LeBron still does his thing, Wade's numbers may have gone down, but there's no question he's still Flash. Time to set the ex-Raptor lose so he can terrorize opponents every game like he did in Toronto.