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Heat picks up where it left off, crushes Hawks

Tyler Johnson led six double-figure scorers for the Heat, which made a season-high 17 three-pointers and won for the 15th time in its past 17 games on Friday night.

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Miami Heat honors Bloom, Evans, Hernandez, Sheppard, Zuluaga

Cutler Bay’s Xachary Bloom (Gulliver Prep), Miami Gardens’ Travers Evans Jr. (Pines Middle School), Miami’s Rachel Hernandez (TERRA Environmental Research Institute), Bal Harbour’s Jordan Sheppard (Miami Country Day School) and North Miami’s Tyler Zuluaga (David Lawrence K-8) were the February Academic/Sportsmanship Team Player honorees via the three-time world champion Miami Heat in partnership with Gatorade and The Miami Herald.

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Miami Heat's Waiters happy no moves were made at trade deadline

Dion Waiters said he's looking forward to the final 25 games and rising to the occasion. Feb. 24, 2017.
Manny Navarro mnavarro@miamiherald.com
Miami Heat's Waiters happy no moves were made at trade deadline 3:28

Miami Heat's Waiters happy no moves were made at trade deadline

Heat's Whiteside talks about his island experience during All-Star break 1:53

Heat's Whiteside talks about his island experience during All-Star break

Miami Heat's Richardson talks return from injury, new haircut 1:54

Miami Heat's Richardson talks return from injury, new haircut

Miami Heat's Spoelstra talks Battier hiring, trade deadline 3:20

Miami Heat's Spoelstra talks Battier hiring, trade deadline