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(Atlanta, GA) - In their first game following the 2016-17 NBA All-Star break, the Miami Heat (26-32) picked up right where they left off on Friday night with a 108-90 thumping of the Atlanta Hawks (32-25) at Philips Arena.
The Miami Heat showed that their pre-All-Star break form was no fluke. They downed the Atlanta Hawks to win their 15th game in their last 17 outings.
Led by Tyler Johnson, the Heat outplayed the Hawks in every facet of the game.