Wallace, I think part of J-Rich's problems have been that he is being too aggressive - he is not a great ballhandler, and needs to get opportunities on the break. Other wise, he is basically just a really athletic jump shot. The team is starting to stem the flood of turnovers, which was a big part of the problem during the 2 game losing streak, and if they can continue that effort against Miami, we should really like their odds.
The Heat are strong rebounders, grabbing 27.5% of their own misses, and grabbing 75.1% of their opponents. They turn the ball over a little bit more than average, though, with turns on 16.4% of their possessions, while only forcing them on 14.8% of their opponents. That is particularly good news for the Cats, because one of their biggest advantages is usually in the turnover battle.
If you want to see some more numbers on the Heat, the Cats, or anyone else, check out my new stats page: http://www.queencityhoops.com/statSearch.php - I though the game thread is one of the better places to introduce, since this is one of the places I am most likely to throw numbers at everyone. Let me know what you all think.