MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Heat have been constructed to utilize the slashing and post-up ability of the Big Three to create wide open shots on the outside for the team’s shooters.
One of the biggest problems for the Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals though has been those shooters missing shots.
The Heat signed Ray Allen to be the lights out 3-point specialist that he’s been throughout his career. Through much of the season, Allen stood in the corner and waited for just the right time to drill a three pointer to put the dagger in an opponents’ defense.
The Heat also relied on Shane Battier to hit three-point shots and provide his typically high level of defense. While Battier has held his own on the defensive end of the floor, much like Allen, he’s struggling with his shot against the Pacers.
Combined Allen and Battier have shot 11…
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