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As previously stated, the Miami Heat are currently averaging 111.8 points per game. This has come with an average of 10.0 three-point field goals per game, as the likes of Ray Allen, Rashard Lewis, Shane Battier, James Jones, Mike Miller and Mario Chalmers are, how do I say this?
Well, they're doing exactly what they're expected to do. Make one or two three-pointers apiece on every given night.
What this leads to is an average of anywhere between 21 and 30 points per night from the Heat's three-point shooters. Paired with the cumulative average of 67.2 points per game from the Big Three in 2011-12, that's a rough estimate of 90 points per game before we even speak about the points that don't come on threes.
Five-to-six points non-distance points from Allen, Chalmers, Norris Cole and Udonis Haslem suddenly brings this numbers well above 100.0 per game. In case you've yet to catch on, there is absolutely no reason the Heat cannot top that mark every time out.
There's actually no reason to believe they can't hit 110 every time out. Not when Ray Allen spreads the floor, creates man defense on elite teammates and produces at a rate of 15 points per game.
In turn, how could anyone vote against the man responsible for the greatest half-court offense since the 1990s?