LeBron James doesn’t expect any acquisition who would help the Miami Heat’s ongoing rebounding deficiency.

“This is who we have,” James said. “Ain’t nobody outside. Who’s out there? If there was somebody out there, he would have been picked up. As a collective group, we’ve got to figure it out.”

Chris Bosh suggested the Heat’s system should be changed to create more rebounding opportunities.

“We get placed in a system and we try to play to the system to the best of our abilities,” Bosh said after the Heat were outrebounded 55-36 in a loss to Indiana. “Some days, it’s good. Some days, it’s bad. Most days it has been bad for us on the boards. I don’t think it’s about effort. We’re trying our best.”