With Heat coach Erik Spoelstra tailoring much of the offense to the versatile talents of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, and encouraging them not only to push the pace but also to sometimes set up camp down low, Chris Bosh is the guy who could get left behind.

After Tuesday’s shootaround, Bosh acknowledged that it remained “a feeling out process.”

“With this offense, I’m going to be trailing a lot, so it takes some getting used to,” said Bosh, who was 2-of-9 against the Mavericks. “Sometimes, it’s a race to the post, and those guys are fast. Nine times out of 10, I’m not going to beat them there. It’s just getting a feeling for where I can post up in the offense, and kind of dictating where the ball goes sometimes. And setting screens and rolling and sealing. And when I can, race down there to that block and get going.”