Chris Bosh apologized to his Miami Heat teammates following Game 6 due to his poor performance.
Bosh has failed to score in double-digits in each of the past three games, the first time that has happened in his NBA career.
"It's hard, it's difficult," Bosh said. "Everything you're going to do in the postseason is difficult. And you're going to be put in situations you don't want to be in and you're going to have to do things that you don't want to do. It's part of it, so you might as well get used to it, being miserable and really loving it."
Bosh is averaging just 11.3 points, 3.7 rebounds and 0.7 blocks on 41.1 percent shooting in the series. Bosh has a PER of 11.8 in the series.
Bosh has largely been playing on the perimeter during the series in order to bring his man away from the basket.
"I changed my game in Games 1 through 6 and it hasn't really worked," Bosh said. "I just need to do what I do and just let it all hang out."