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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2009 Dwyane Wade 

30.2 PPG, 7.5 APG, 5.0 RPG

The franchise's GOAT, Dwade, checks in at number two. His head would be the biggest on Mount Rushmore but not necessarily the best among the four. 

Wade was at his peak. He was carving up defenses any way he chose to. Dubbed Flash for a reason, Dwade was arguably the fastest player in the league. Paired with his jet burners were his pogo stick bunnies. 

Anderson Varejão knows all too well what happens when Wade uses his speed and jumping prowess simultaneously. 

The HOF guard would lead the league in scoring at over 30 points per game, and Wade was snubbed of a First Team All-Defense selection (sorry, Kobe, that was Flash's) . Wade was arguably a better individual player than MVP winner LeBron James. He averaged more points, assists, steals, and blocks.

The talent on this roster wasn't championship-level, and Dwade got this team to the 5th seed, which helps his claim to the greatest Heat All-Star season ever. But the next All-Timer on this list had a season that rivals any season ever!