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Five Stars: OKC 93, Heat 75

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OKC dominated on the scoreboard and behind the bottom line, placing four players in the top five yesterday afternoon.

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First Star

Enes Kanter (OKC) 22.0

Kanter led all scorers by a wide margin, scoring 27 (next best was Mitch McGary with 14). He drained 12-of-20 overall shots and made all three of his free throw attempts, along with 12 rebounds (six offensive), a steal and a plus-10 rating in a game-high 34:25

Second Star

Russell Westbrook (OKC) 19.1

Westbrook wasn't a worldbeater from the field, making only five-of-16 from the floor and one-of-four from deep. He made one-of-two from the line, with four steals, two blocks, 10 rebounds (four offensive) and 17 helpers (four more than Miami's entire squad). He went plus-11 in 33:56.

Third Star

Hassan Whiteside (MIA) 12.5

Whiteside offered up the best game anyone on the Heat could manage, making a very efficient five-of-six from the field. Unfortunately, that efficiency did not translate to the line, where the big guy made only three-of-eight shots. He pulled down six boards and blocked three shots before fouling out, registering a minus-9 rating in 23:36.

Fourth Star

Mitch McGary (OKC) 11.6

McGary came off the bench for OKC, totaling 25:32 and registering a plus-17 rating. He made six-of-11 and didn't attempt any from long range, also making two-of-three from the line. He had eight rebounds, four of them offensive, along with two blocks, a steal, and one assist.

Fifth Star

Anthony Morrow (OKC) 8.9

Morrow had a game-high plus-29 rating in 29:30 in relief, scoring 12 points on five-of-11 shooting. He made two-of-six from over the rainbow, with two rebounds, one assist, two steals and a block.

The Rest

Goran Dragic (MIA) 8.6

Steven Adams (OKC) 7.3

Michael Beasley (MIA) 5.6

Dwyane Wade (MIA) 5.5

Luol Deng (MIA) 5.0

Chris Andersen (MIA) 4.8

Udonis Haslem (MIA) 4.7

Kyle Singler (OKC) 4.4

Steve Novak (OKC) 3.7

Dion Waiters (OKC) 3.2

Mario Chalmers (MIA) 2.0

Tyler Johnson (MIA) 0.3

Andre Roberson (OKC) 0.0

Jeremy Lamb (OKC) -0.4

Perry Jones (OKC) -0.4

DJ Augustin (OKC) -0.8

Zoran Dragic (MIA) -1.0

Dog of the Night

Henry Walker (MIA) -4.4

Walker had the worst night of any player, and it wasn't even close. In 21:15, he went 0-for-six from the field, missing all four of his three point attemps. He had four rebounds, two fouls, and a turnover, going minus-8 for his troubles.

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