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Five Stars: Heat 107, Bucks 103

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Miami earns their third road victory in a row in Milwaukee against the Bucks.

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

First Star

Dwyane Wade (MIA) 25.4 (94.57)

Wade earned his third First Star in a row and his ninth of the season. It was his 27th overall appearance in the Five Stars series. He led Miami with 24 points on seven-of-13 shooting in 32:14, going 10-of-13 from the line and pitching in seven assists, four rebounds, three steals, three blocked shots and a plus-1 rating.

As soon as I got a little seam, I shot it off one leg, fading back. I thought it was the best shot I was going to get and it went in. - Wade, on his step-back jumper to give Miami a 103-101 lead.

Second Star

Giannis Antetokounmpo (MIL) 24.4 (63.35)

Incredibly, the 21-year old three-year veteran Antetokounmpo played an absurd 46:13, sitting on the bench for under two minutes of gametime. He had a game high 28 points on 11-of-17 shooting, making six-of-seven foul shots. He earned a plus-6 rating, adding six assists, four rebounds, three steals, and two blocks.

Third Star

Greg Monroe (MIA) 19.9 (69.99)

Monroe, a 25-year-old six-year NBA veteran, played 34:04, and scored 24 points on seven-of-14 shooting, making 10-of-11 free throws. He had five rebounds (three offensive), along with an assist, a plus-1 rating, and a blocked shot.

Fourth Star

Chris Bosh (MIA) 19.2 (66.72)

Bosh played himself into his 33rd appearance in 47 games in the Five Stars with 20 points in 34:32. He shot five-of-11 overall, going two-of-five from deep and eight-of-nine from the charity stripe. He also had six rebounds, five assists, a steal and a block. His plus-2 rating was the highest amongst Heat starters.

We've shown some grit and some toughness to win some tough games on the road. - Heat coach Erik Spoelstra

Fifth Star

Luol Deng (MIA) 19.2 (66.72)

Deng appears for the eighth time in the Five Stars matching Chris Bosh's five-for-11 from the field. He made all four of his foul shots and half of his four three-pointers, along with seven rebounds, a steal, a plus-1 rating and a block.

The Rest

Jabari Parker (MIL) 11.7 (35.56)

Amar'e Stoudemire (MIA) 11.5 (58.60)

Stoudemire played 23 minutes and went six-for-nine from the field for 12 points, along with eight rebounds and a pair of blocks.

Miles Plumlee (MIL) 11.5 (99.42)

Plumlee played just under 14 minutes, and scored eight points with seven rebounds.

Gerald Green (MIA) 11.3 (67.03)

Green scored 10 points and made three steals in 20 minutes.

Michael Carter-Williams (MIL) 10.3 (47.03)

Goran Dragic (MIA) 10.0 (37.95)

Rashad Vaughn (MIL) 5.3 (56.04)

In 11 minutes, Vaughn scored eight points.

Beno Udrih (MIA) 5.1 (37.36)

Justise Winslow (MIA) 4.1 (15.08)

Khris Middleton (MIL) 2.2 (6.77)

Josh McRoberts (MIA) 1.2 (8.93)

Jerryd Bayless (MIL) 0.5 (2.50)

Tyler Ennis (MIL) -1.5 (-31.47)

Five Stars Standings 

Player

TP

Chris Bosh

213

Dwyane Wade

182

Hassan Whiteside

137

Goran Dragic

64

Luol Deng

36

Gerald Green

34

Tyler Johnson

32

Beno Udrih

9

Justise Winslow

9

Josh McRoberts

4

The Heat next goes into action against the Atlanta Hawks back in Miami on Sunday night. Read more about the Bucks at Brew HoopPeachtree Hoops has news about the Hawks, and check back at HHH for everything on the Heat.