This is not normal.
Josh Richardson must know this is not normal.
To repeatedly shoot 3 for 4 from three-point range, again on Monday against the Nets?
To connect on 63.5 percent from behind the arc in March, when Ray Allen, among the all-time marksmen, never shot higher than 51 percent in any of his dozen full months with the Heat?
To post an NBA-best accuracy rate of 62.3 in the 20 games since the All-Star break, after playing in only 23 games prior, when he was just a second-round rookie shuttling between Miami and wherever D-League affiliate Sioux Falls was stationed?
Unequivocally, unquestionably, undeniably not normal.