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Five Stars: Heat 97, Wizards 75

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For the second game in a row, the Heat win by over 20 points and place four of the Five Stars.

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

First Star

Chris Bosh (MIA) 21.7

Bosh scored a game-high 23 points on eight-of-15 shooting on the night, making two-of-five from deep and all five of his foul shots. He grabbed seven rebounds and made three assists, with a block, a steal, and a plus-18 rating in 28:12.

It's good. We did a good job scrambling. - Bosh, regarding the Heat allowing the Wizards just seven points in the second quarter.

Second Star

Goran Dragic (MIA) 14.8

The Dragon earned his second Second Star in a row with a team-high 30:51, scoring 18 points with five assists, two rebounds, and a steal. He shot eight-for-14 from the field, making two of his four three-point shot attempts and closing the night with a plus-19 rating.

Third Star

Gerald Green (MIA) 12.3

Green came off the bench for Miami, and played 28:20 in total. He hit six of his 12 field goal attempts for the night, like Dragic making half of his four three-pointers. He made his only foul shot, along with four rebounds, two assists, a steal, and a plus-18 rating.

Fourth Star

Marcin Gortat (WAS) 12.0

Gortat, Washington's starting center, was the Wizards' lone representative amongst the game's top five players. In 27:57, he made six-of-11 shots for 12 points, along with 13 rebounds (eight offensive), an assist, a steal, and a minus-7 rating.

I was just trying to get some camera time. - Gortat, on his reaction to a slight right ankle injury (he was fine).

Fifth Star

Hassan Whiteside (MIA) 11.4

Whiteside scored only six points for Miami on three-of-nine shooting in 29:52. He collected a plus-17 rating overall, with 13 rebounds, six blocks, an assist and a steal on the night.

We just kind of made it tough on him, just tried to make him finish over us, just challenge him to come challenge me at the rim. - Whiteside, regarding John Wall

The Rest

*Tyler Johnson (MIA) 10.5

Johnson played 23:25, and scored 10 points with seven rebounds, two assists, a steal and a block.

Luol Deng (MIA) 10.2

26:34, nine points, nine rebounds, two assists.

Ramon Sessions (WAS) 7.8

27:43, 13 points, five assists, three rebounds.

Otto Porter (WAS) 7.3

31:27, six points, six rebounds, three assists, one steal.

Dwyane Wade (MIA) 6.6

24:35, eight points, four rebounds, three assists, one steal.

John Wall (WAS) 6.5

34:02, 14 points, five assists, four rebounds, one steal.

Beno Udrih (MIA) 5.9

17:09, four points, six assists, three rebounds.

Kelly Oubre (WAS) 5.8

25:45, six points, eight rebounds, one assist, one steal.

Garrett Temple (WAS) 3.6

41:23, 11 points, three rebounds, three assists, one steal, one block.

Kris Humphries (WAS) 3.5

11:34, six points, two rebounds.

Jared Dudley (WAS) 2.1

27:52, four points, four rebounds, one assist.

Udonis Haslem (MIA) 1.6

5:53, two points, one rebound, one block.

Chris Andersen (MIA) 1.3

3:43, two points, one block.

Jarell Eddie (WAS) -0.2

12:17, three points, two rebounds.

Justise Winslow (MIA) -0.2

17:43, three rebounds, two assists, two steals.

Josh Richardson (MIA) -2.5

3:43, one rebound, one assist.

Five Stars Standings



Chris Bosh


Dwyane Wade


Hassan Whiteside


Goran Dragic


Luol Deng


Tyler Johnson


Gerald Green


Beno Udrih


Justise Winslow


Josh McRoberts


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