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Joseph has only seen more than 10 minutes of playing time in one game so far in the series, and that was the game where Tony Parker sat out most of the second half with a hamstring strain.
He has shown the ability to produce when called upon. In Game 2, Joseph scored nine points and shot 3-for-3 from the field in nine minutes, even though the Spurs got blown out and lost the game by 19 points. Unfortunately, he hasn't shown that same confidence in any of the other games.
With Green transformed into a shooting machine and the Heat playing more small-ball than before, there isn't much of a need for Bonner anymore.
He played in every game in the series for a total of 36 minutes, but he only managed to connect on one three point attempt. Normally, he would be out there more often to space the floor and defend bigger guys, but Bonner is just outmatched on both ends of the floor right now.
Diaw didn't see significant playing time until Game 5, where he registered 27 minutes to help the Spurs win that game.
However, in the three other games he has appeared in, he was only effective in Game 4, where he recorded nine points and three rebounds in 11 minutes of action. Other than that game, he's been largely ineffective throughout the series.