MIAMI -

The Miami Heat are hoping to close out the Brooklyn Nets and they're hoping to get help from their hometown fans.

Chris Bosh said at Wednesday's shootaround, "We have homecourt and we can off of that.  We know the desperation that we need to come with in order to close out the series."

Bosh added, "We're going to have to pay attention to detail, get off to a good start and play better than we did in Game 4."

Head coach Erik Spoelstra says that all Heat players participated in shootaround.

Spoelstra said, "These are games you have to go after, you can't just try and play the game and see what happens."

The Heat needed a 49-point effort from LeBron James in Game 4 to escape Brooklyn with a win.

If Miami loses, they'll have to return to Brooklyn for Game 6 on Friday night.

Tip time from the American Airlines Arena is at 7 p.m.