It's the clear Miami lacks some interior toughness. The only big, physical players on the roster are Jamaal Magloire and rookie Dexter Pittman.
Magloire hasn't left the bench much while Pittman has yet to get off the inactive list.
Udonis Haslem is as physical as they come, but is by no means big at 6-7.
You really don't think Riley will address this? After watching his team get beat up inside in losses against Boston, twice, and Utah, he will likely make a move to get a physical big man who is willing to bang down low. There was a rumor the Heat have expressed renewed interest in free agent Erick Dampier, who looks like a perfect fit.
It's clear although Bosh possesses some amazing skills for a man his size, physicality isn't one of them. He needs a monster next to him who is as thug as possible. Is Charles Oakley willing to come out of retirement?
There is also concern at the point guard position. However, it's not a big a hole as people are making it out to be. There isn't a need for a traditional point guard on the roster because of the ability of LeBron and Wade to handle the basketball and defend the perimeter. All they need are shooters to help spread the floor.
Riley could also acquire another shooter via trade over the next few months.