Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have, to put it simply, been off—in Saturday night’s Game 6, the two combined for 15 points off a miserable 4-19 from the field. How do they improve on that in Game 7 (and, potentially, beyond)? According to ESPN, D-Wade claims to know: “Dwyane Wade thinks he knows what is causing his Miami Heat team to become a shell of itself against the Indiana Pacers. And it is not his bad knee or Chris Bosh’s sore ankle. After the Pacers’ 91-77 Game 6 victory Saturday night, Wade said he feels he and Bosh are having their touches and shots cut and it’s hurting the team. ‘We’ve got to do a good job of making sure me and Chris have our opportunities to succeed throughout the game,’ Wade said. ‘That’s something we’re going to have to look at as a team.’ … Wade implied [LeBron] James is trying to do too much. ‘We’ve got guys individually who want to play better,’ Wade said. ‘But we’ve got to try to help each other out in this locker room and not leave it up to the individual to self-will it.’”