One of things that concern me going into the game is where Amare chooses to get the ball. He has a habit of setting screens on the perimeter and ultimately receiving the pass pretty close to the 3 pt line. This is where he usually tries to drive to the basket, which is waaay too far, and creates a high probability of getting it stolen or forcing a bad shot. MIA is a team that will close in on him fast and won't allow a drive from that far out.
I pray Woodson and the staff has guided him into playing closer to the block where he only needs to take 2-3 steps at most before going into his shot attempts.