Who is on the Miami Heat's All-Star Mount Rushmore?

Home of some of the best players to ever lace up, who cracks the top four of Miami Heat All-Star selections?

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2000 Alonzo Mourning 

21.7 PPG, 9.5 RPG, 3.7 BPG

One of the staples of Heat Culture was destined to make this list. Alonzo Mourning probably deserves a statue in front of the Kaseya, if we're being honest. 

2000 was arguably the best defensive season of his anchoring career. Mourning was a vertical intimidator at the rim, challenging anybody who dared to step toward him. His ferociousness was king of the jungle like adding to his intimidation factor. Mourning led the league with 3.7 menacing blocks per game.

Mourning won his second straight DPOY trophy in 2000, but 1999 was the more impressive season accolade wise. He scored a bit more during the turn of the century but finished 2nd in the MVP race in 1999 as opposed to 3rd in 2000. 

Due to the '99 lockout, there was no All-Star game, eliminating that year from the Heat's All-Star Mount Rushmore list. Mourning was the Heat's first superstar, and his 2000 All-Star year places him where he belongs in Mount Rushmore. He remains with the organization today, embodying Heat culture.