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Five Stars: Straight Eight

The Miami Heat used a balanced attack to send the Brooklyn Nets home sad.

Five Stars: Magnificent Seven

Miami made it seven in a row against the Detroit Pistons on Saturday night.

Five Stars: Six Straight

Goran Dragic and Willie Reed played Mr. Inside, Mr. Outside for a dozen-point win over the Chicago Bulls on Friday night.

Five Stars: Four of a Kind

Brook Lopez had a monster game, but with nobody to back him up, the Heat came back to win by three in Brooklyn on Wednesday night.

Five Stars: Big Three Warriors Trumped By Heat Backcourt

Golden State has their own “Big Three,” but they weren’t enough to contend with Dion Waiters and Goran Dragic on Monday night.

Five Stars: Heat Backcourt Shine

Miami’s backcourt set the bar pretty high against the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.

Five Stars: Clearing the Benches

Four out of the Five Stars started their respective games on the bench in Miami’s 107-102 win against the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday.

Five Stars: Sunrise

Miami earned the top two stars, but the Suns countered with the next seven highest performers to defeat the Heat by nine.

Five Stars: The Gospel According to Isaiah

Isaiah Thomas tops the Five Stars with a career-high 52 points.

Five Stars: Buzzed

Miami dropped a nine-point road affair to the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday night.

Five Stars: Westbrook’s World

Russell Westbrook showed the Heat a few things.

Five Stars: Browed

Anthony Davis turned in a 28 point, 22 rebound, four block performance in helping the Pelicans to a four-point win.

Five Stars: ...And Justise For All

Justise Winslow tops the Five Stars in a rousing eight-point win over the Los Angeles Lakers.

Five Stars: No Fun(damentals)

Poor free throw shooting with the game on the line doomed the Heat, but Miami still finished with the two top stars for the game.

Five Stars: Boston 105, Miami 95

Isaiah Thomas and Al Horford topped the Five Stars in Boston’s 10-point win over the Heat.

Five Stars: Clipped

Goran Dragic tops the Five Stars, but the next three carried the Clippers to a four-point win.

Five Stars: Two Big Johnsons

Hassan Whiteside was bolstered by a pair of Johnsons off the bench in Miami’s six-point win over the Pacers.

Five Stars: Catching Up

Miami started out their six-game homestand with an 11-point win over the Wizards.

Five Stars: Hawks douse Heat

Dwight Howard shut down Hassan Whiteside and earned the First Star in Atlanta’s eight-point win over the Heat.

Five Stars: Mellowed

Carmelo Anthony dropped 35 on the Heat to help New York to an 11-point win.

Five Stars: Bright Side? Whiteside.

Hassan Whiteside led the game in most offensive categories, but it wasn’t enough to help the Heat late.

Five Stars: A Tale of Two Johnsons (and a Dragic)

The injury ravaged Heat held on for a one point win over the injury ravaged Jazz.

Five Stars: Gold Fever

Miami got their sixth win this season in Denver, with three of the top five players in the game.

Five Stars: One Half

Despite having the top two stars on the court, Miami couldn’t overcome a 31-point first half.

Five Stars: Memphis Rubs Miami

Each team deserved to win this game, but as always, there can be only one winner.

Five Stars: Bear Trap!

Miami placed the three top stars of the night in their nine-point win over the Memphis Grizzlies.

Five Stars: Deep Sixed

Hassan Whiteside and Dion Waiters each had a good night in Miami’s seven point loss to the Sixers.

Five Stars: A Brick in the Wall

John Wall heads up the Five Stars, but Miami walks away with a three point win.

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Five Stars: Legacy

Atlanta defeats the Heat by three in Miami despite a 25 rebound performance by Hassan Whiteside

Five Stars: Popped

Gregg Popovich coached the Spurs to their second defeat of the Heat this season.

Five Stars: Hayward Bound

Miami drops their fourth straight game, losing at home to the Utah Jazz