AUCH Roundtable: Talking the Miami Heat’s All-Star weekend presence

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Derrick Jones Jr. #5, and Duncan Robinson #55 of the Miami Heat hi-five each other(Photo by Issac Baldizon/NBAE via Getty Images)

The Miami Heat are off to a great first half, although much better at home than away. With that, the players are sure to get ASW invites, but who and for what?

The Miami Heat are off to a pretty good start, being a top team in the league and in the Eastern Conference nearly at the midpoint of the season. They have been almost flawless at home, while they need to be much better on the road, but the evidence is there that we can still have a bit of hope for improvement in that area.

With such a grand start to the season throughout the first half of the year though, Miami Heat players were bound to start getting talked up in All-Star Weekend conversations. From the actual All-Star Game to the Rising Stars competition, to the other events involved in the festivities, the Miami Heat should have a pretty decent presence.

The questions that still remain though is who and for what events? That is why we are here today.

This roundtable was constructed via the usage of two questions. How many players do you expect to be participating in ASW and How many do you think can actually make it? While they may sound similar, there are differences to each but either way, let’s get into it.

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