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Cuts: 12.8 percent usage, 48-of-66 field goals, 72.7 percent shooting
Much like the pick-and-roll, Bosh's scoring on cuts to the basket won't transpire without his teammates setting it up. Of his shots from close range, 72.5 percent are assisted on, thereby shedding light on the team aspect.
That isn't to discredit his excellence converting, yet more so to point toward the simplicity of the possession. Wade and James are often double-teamed, leaving someone open. Whether it's a three-pointer by one of the plethora of shooters the Heat have, or a cutting teammate, Miami excels doing so distributing out of such defensive traps.
Again, Bosh's versatility is called upon as his means of success. His ball-handling makes his drives much easier, as evidenced by his 72.7 percent shooting. There is a 17.6 percent foul rate on Bosh's cuts, which comes as no surprise.
Bosh converts his free throws at 81.9 percent this season, making defenders second-guess fouling. As per the 19.3 percent foul rate on the pick-and-roll, the very same situation on cuts gives Bosh a 71.8 percent chance to score.
Be it on free throws or a drive, Bosh is highly efficient. Similar to the pick-and-roll, it's a "pick your poison" situation for opponents with Bosh and Co. on cuts. Leave Wade or LeBron single coverage and apprehend Bosh, or double-team the aforementioned and leave their big man to score at will.