Say what you want about how soft Chris Bosh is, but he is still one of the best power forwards in the NBA. If the Miami Heat want to celebrate winning a championship in 2011-12, they have to learn to involve Bosh in the offense.
In his combined time with the Toronto Raptors and Miami Heat, Bosh has managed to make six All-Star appearances while averaging 20 points a game for his career. He can score efficiently from anywhere on the floor, shooting 49 percent, and also knocks down a solid 80 percent of his free throws.
Not many players his size have the offensive talent of Chris Bosh, but he didn't get to showcase it enough last year for most fans to tell.
We expected Bosh to have a drop in numbers and production, however, he still managed to get tagged as overrated.
With the correct role in Miami's offense, Bosh can shed that title and help the Heat bring home the second championship in franchise history.