With every member of the Heat Big 3 struggling from the field at some point during the 2013 NBA Finals, there's one player on Miami that has been surprisingly consistent and that player is Mike Miller. So far, Miller is 9/10 from three-point range in the Finals and averaging 9.7 points off the bench. But, with the Heat in need of spark plug for a very important Game 4 contest against the San Antonio Spurs tonight, head coach Erik Spoelstra is taking a break from just collecting a paycheck and chilling with his hot wifey, Nikki Sapp, and actually making some coaching decisions by possibly pulling Udonis Haslem from the starting lineup and inserting Miller into the frontcourt, alongside LeBron James and Chris Bosh.

Interestingly, according to ESPN, a starting lineup featuring Miller, Bosh, James, Wade and Chalmers was used twice in the regular season. Both times the Heat won (defeating the Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics), scoring 107 points.

A good sign, but the last and only time Miller missed a shot in the this year's Finals was in Game 1 when this happened:

Maybe the Spurs have the secret defensive answer to stopping Miller after all. 

RELATED: The 10 Dumbest Reasons Why People Still Hate the Miami Heat  

[via ESPN]