Haslem willing to 'shed blood' for win

Bosh: 'We're ready to play'

By David Lang - Executive Producer
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INDIANAPOLIS - The Miami Heat are looking to bounce back in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

After shootaround on Tuesday, Chris Bosh said "We're ready to play.  We had a good shootaround --- everyone is focused."

The Heat gave up 107 points in Game 1.

The team knows that's simply not going to work in Game 2.

Bosh said, "Defensively we need to get off to a good start tonight.  That's what's important."

Coach Erik Spoelstra has not revealed any lineup changes.

There's a possibility that the Heat will start Udonis Haslem to try to slow down the Pacers big man Roy Hibbert.

Haslem told Local 10 Sports Director Will Manso that he'll do whatever it takes to win even if blood needs to be shed.

Haslem laughed shortly after.

Haslem said, "being in situations where whatever it takes, suspensions, shed blood, whatever it is.  They know they can depend on me."

Haslem added: "I really don't plan on doing anything, that's my alter ego, that's the other guy."

Tip time is at 8:30 p.m.

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