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With Bosh out, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have been able to develop outstanding chemistry.
Because of that, Miami has now won four straight after going 2-1 behind in their series with the Indiana Pacers.
Wade and LeBron are finally on the right wavelength and appear to have peaked at the right time of the season, playing some of their greatest, most attractive and high-pace basketball in the country.
Bosh jumping back into the starting lineup completely changes how the chemistry between the pair works, as they now have someone on the floor who has not been playing through the tough games that James and Wade have.
Without Bosh, the two remaining stars are able to play the ball between each other, involving teammates when necessary.
Adding a third go-to-guy into the mix complicates things, as the other two stars must abandon their currently successful game plan in order to accommodate the returning star.
When LeBron and Wade both averaged over 32 points per game during the final three games of the Conference Semi Final against the Indiana Pacers, you know you have to keep that shooting performance as hot as possible so that it can be repeated.
Adding Bosh back into this risks disrupting the most lethal combination left in the NBA Playoffs.