Chris Bosh admitted he sometimes struggles to accept his supporting role with the Miami Heat.

But he said there is no desire to be the leading man in a lesser situation.

"To be honest with you, I don't want to be the man, like in Milwaukee, no disrespect to Milwaukee," Bosh said. "But I like Miami. There's certain things that you have to go through and give up, and I'm in the process of trying to master my role."

Bosh tends to be the name most often mentioned when it comes to the Heat's position against the luxury tax.

"It's something that you can't ever overcome," Bosh said of being the third wheel in the Heat's hierarchy but the team's leading man on the rumor mill. "So why should you even try to prove people wrong? I just play the game."