Dwyane Wade wasn't quite as forthcoming when it came to blame.
"We've got to do a better job, all of us, helping get each other involved in the game," he said moments before Bosh spoke in a funereal Miami Heat locker room. "We've got to do a better job of making sure me and Chris can have opportunities to succeed."
Wade, after shooting 3 of 11 for 10 points, did look elsewhere, suggesting he has been marginalized in the Heat's offense, on a night when defense and rebounding were equally decisive factors.
"We've got to try to figure it out in this locker room," he said, "and not leave it to an individual to self-will it."
Looks like D-Wade is making excuses. He's not manning up and take responsibility for his own play.