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Five Stars: Hawks 99, Heat 86

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The Hawks sprinted out to a 7-0 lead and never looked back Despite a marginal comeback from a 22-point deficit after three, the Hawks easily outdistanced the shorthanded Heat by 13. Miami had one player in the top five.

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First Star

Paul Millsap (ATL) 20.5

Millsap hit eight out of 12 shots from the floor, making all five of his foul shots and missing both of his three point attempts. In 32 minutes of game-time, he added nine defensive rebounds with four assists, two blocks and a steal. He posted a plus-16 overall rating, with three fouls and two turnovers.

Second Star

DeMarre Carroll (ATL) 17.5

Carroll scored a game-high 24 points, also going eight-of-12 from the floor and three-of-five from deep. He sank five-of-seven from the line, added five rebounds, two assists and two steals, and finished at plus-14 in 32 minutes. He was also whistled three times and turned the ball over five times.

Third Star

Mario Chalmers (MIA) 12.7

As Miami's only representative in the Five Stars, Rio scored 13 points on four-of-eight shooting in 30 minutes off the bench. He made three-of-seven from deep and both of his free throws. He had five assists, two steals, a rebounds and a block, posting a minus-6 rating with two fouls and two turnovers.

Fourth Star

Dennis Schroder (ATL) 12.6

Schroder posted Atlanta's only double double of the game, with 12 points and 11 helpers in 32 minutes as the Hawks' starting point guard. He only made three-of-10 shots from the field and missed his only two three-pointers. He was perfect in six tries from the foul line, and also kicked in three rebounds, a steal, and a plus-11 rating. He was whistled for three fouls and turned the ball over twice.

Fifth Star

Al Horford (ATL) 12.5

Horford represents the fourth Atlanta starter in the top five players of the night. He scored 15 points in 30 minutes, going an efficient seven-of-nine from the field and a less impressive one-of-two from the line. He also had four assists, three boards and a block, with three turnovers and a plus-8 rating.

The Rest

Henry Walker (MIA) 12.0

Luol Deng (MIA) 11.3

Kyle Korver (ATL) 9.0

Udonis Haslem (MIA) 8.9

Mike Muscala (ATL) 6.8

Dwyane Wade (MIA) 5.6

Kent Bazemore (ATL) 5.2

James Ennis (MIA) 5.0

Michael Beasley (MIA) 4.4

Thabo Sefolosha (ATL) 2.8

Shelvin Mack (ATL) 2.2

Tyler Johnson (MIA) 0.6

Austin Daye (ATL) 0.3

Dog(s) of the Night

Goran Dragic (MIA) -0.3

Zoran Dragic (MIA) -1.4

It was bound to happen sooner or later. The Dragic brothers posted the 19th and 20th highest gamescores of the contest (out of 20 players). Goran started at the point and played 27 minutes, managing six points on three-of-11 shooting. He missed all three of his three-pointers, with three assists, two rebounds, a steal, a block, and a minus-10 rating. He also committed three fouls and three turnovers. Zoran only played two minutes, and contributed nothing other than two missed field goals.