This sort of ties in with my feelings on Hill. I don't blame him for being who he is, but I will criticize the team if/when I feel they try to have him do things he's not capable of doing. He's not really a point guard, so don't expect him to play like one! He's a combo guard playing at the 1 because that's just how we've elected to roll. That has obvious weaknesses like tonight, but on the flip side it also has its advantages, which is why it's being done this way. The team just needs to do a better job of using the pieces correctly and not putting Hill in a position to fail.
Now, that doesn't mean Hill is blameless, either, but in cases like tonight I feel like it's at least as much coaching as it is Hill with regards to what he was or wasn't doing out there. Against Miami, you have to treat Hill like a shooting guard and let Lance/Paul/David handle the ball.