The Dallas Mavericks beat the Heat 105-95 in Game 6 of the NBA finals, but only Chris Bosh played a solid game in the Heat's most important game of the season and not Lebron James or Dwyane Wade.

Bosh had 19 points and 8 rebounds, which was on par with his season average.  The only aspect of his game that could be criticized was that he was beaten by the Mavericks Shawn Marion on several occasions, who had 3 offensive rebounds.

Lebron James, on the other hand, only had 21 points and 4 rebounds.  This is well below his season average of 26.7 points and 7.5 rebounds.  In addition, James was a paltry -24 in +/- which was the lowest of all Heat starters by a wide margin. 

In addition James only scored 11 points in the fourth quarter of the first 5 games and only 7 points in the fourth quarter of Game 6.

Dwyane Wade had a subpar game scoring 17 points, below his 25.5 points per game average for the  season.

Among the Miami Heat's vaunted Big Three, it appeared that only Bosh decided to show up on this night.