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The Heat have seen a few role players pick up their game in the playoffs, notably Cole and Chris Andersen.
But a couple of other Miami role players, specifically the shooters, have had some troubles this postseason.
Chalmers and Battier, who both shot north of 40 percent on outside shots in the regular season, are each shooting well below 30 percent on such shots in the postseason.
While Allen's shot was working in Round 1, he shot 23.5 percent from beyond the arc in Round 2.
These struggles don't become a real issue for Miami when it's facing teams like the Bucks and Bulls. But as Miami advances and the competition gets tougher, it's going to become much more difficult for the Heat to overcome these shooting problems.
As mentioned, though, these guys all have track records of being strong shooters, so it's likely these issues can be solved.