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The Bucks would greatly benefit if J.J. Redick can find his shot.
It's relatively safe to assume that Ellis, Jennings and Ilyasova will hit their normal averages throughout the series.
But what about some of Milwaukee's key role players? Which ones can make major differences?
The Bucks brought Redick in at the trade deadline for his ability to consistently hit shots, but it's fair to say that he's failed to live up to the lofty expectations bestowed on him when he arrived in Milwaukee.
Connecting on just 40.3 percent of his shots from the field and 32.2 percent from three-point range, there's certainly room for improvement.
As mentioned earlier, Redick has posted some solid numbers against the Heat this season during his time with both the Bucks and the Orlando Magic.
If he can hit shots at a high rate, he'll help spread the floor even more and create more room for Ellis and Jennings to work.
Not to mention that when he's on the court, the offense flows much better.
Sanders has been a difference-maker all season and could continue to be one this postseason.
In order for him to do so, though, he'll have to stay out of foul trouble and prevent his temper from getting the better of him.
When he's on the court, Sanders is a difference-maker.
Ranking second in the league with 2.8 blocks per game, Sanders' help-side defense is solid, and he's an intimidating presence in the lane. His ability to alter the shots of Wade and James will be critical if Milwaukee hopes to compete.
On the offensive end, Sanders must score and rebound.
The Heat aren't a great rebounding team and don't have a great interior presence. Sanders must take advantage of this and provide the Bucks with offense in the paint.
Like Sanders, Henson could be a big difference-maker in this series, especially given his recent play.
Over the past five games, Henson is averaging 15 points and 15 rebounds per game. Of those 15 rebounds, six of them come on the offensive glass.
With Sanders returning, his playing time will probably decrease.
But if he can come off the bench and attack Miami's weak frontcourt by providing rebounding and scoring, it will certainly help put pressure on the Heat.
And he did have a big game against them early in the year, so he's clearly not intimidated by the stiff competition.