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The scariest thing for Miami Heat opponents about Josh Richardson?
Not that the rookie sensation can soar for ridiculously powerful two-handed dunks like this. It’s that he’s capable of these aerial antics and has connected on 60.3 percent (!) of his tries from beyond the arc since becoming a fixture of Erik Spoelstra’s rotation in late February.
What a find by Pat Riley in the second round of last summer’s draft.