Chemistry starting to show with Heat

The Miami Heat struggled with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh on the floor in their first two games against the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers.

In the last two games, Miami is beginning to find some chemistry. The Heat have outscored the Orlando Magic and New Jersey Nets, by 17 and 15 points, respectively, with the "Big 3" on the floor.

Miami Heat This Season

With Bosh, James, Wade on the Floor

The Heat entered Sunday shooting 38.7 percent in the half-court, ranked 27th in the NBA. Against the Nets, they shot better than 50 percent in the half-court (51.6) for the first time this season, outscoring New Jersey, 92-75.

Bosh, James and Wade were a combined 12-of-15 from the floor within six feet of the basket. Forty-four of their 55 points came from within six feet of the basket or at the foul line.

While it’s just four games, the Heat are showing a propensity to run more. Last season Miami had an NBA-low 721 plays in transition, which equated to 8.8 per game. In four games this season, Miami is averaging 13.0 transition plays and 14.8 points per game.