The Miami Heat reduced their three-point attempts in Saturday's 97-88 win over the Suns.
For the first time in four games, the Heat attempted fewer than 20 three-pointers. Ray Allen didn't even attempt one, only the ninth time that has happened in his career.
"It's got to be consistent with our identity," said Erik Spoelstra.
"It has to be with an inside-outside attack or via great ball movement, where it's finding the open shooter.
"We don't like to take contested threes. We have enough great shooters in that locker room that if you are able to execute and move the ball freely to the open man, and if they're wide open beyond the three, they're very accurate."