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?

Miami Heat v Milwaukee Bucks - Game Three
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2013 LeBron James 

26.8 PPG, 8.0 RPG, 7.3 APG

King James, as his Instagram handle suggests, is not the King of Dade County. Or Wade County. That handle belongs to Dwyane Wade, but LeBron had the best All-Star season in a Heat uniform.

2013 was a flawless year for Lebron. He was snubbed of major accomplishments as well. 

LeBron was one vote away from becoming the first unanimous MVP in league history --- Gary Washburn of Boston Media picked Carmelo Anthony. James could've and probably should've won Defensive Player of the Year over Marc Gasol. 

This was practically a flawless season, as James had zero holes in his game. He shot the three ball well (40%), was a versatile defender, lived at the rim, and had his 2nd most efficient season of his illustrious career (64 TS%). 

The Big 3 (never leave out Bosh) led the Heat to 27 straight wins and a franchise-best 66 wins in the regular season. You can't tell the NBA's history without this season. The Heat and LeBron James were on a whole different level from their contemporaries. 

Honorable Mentions: 2015 Chris Bosh, 2020 Jimmy Butler, 2024 Bam Adebayo and 1997 Tim Hardaway.

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