Heat Vs. Hawks: Miami Steamrolls Atlanta On Sunday Night, 107-87

Miami's Big Three has outscored the entire Atlanta roster in the first half.

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Heat Vs. Hawks Final Score: Miami Dominates Atlanta 107-87

In what has become an all-too-familiar sight in the NBA's post-lockout season, the Miami Heat dominated the Atlanta Hawks 107-87 on Sunday night.

Miami jumped out to a 30-18 first-quarter lead against a flat Atlanta team and the game never really got more competitive from there, despite the fact that it was being played on national TV.

Everything went right for the Heat, as none of their "Big Three" played more than 32 minutes in the first of a stretch of back-to-back-to-back games.

Despite limited playing time, both LeBron James and Chris Bosh recorded double-doubles while Dwyane Wade scored all of his 21 points in the first half.

Neither Joe Johnson nor Josh Smith could get anything going against an aggressive Miami defense, as the two combined to score 20 points on 9-25 shooting.

The brave souls who managed to stay with ESPN's telecast all the way through were treated to the NBA's version of the Senior Tour, with Atlanta rolling out Erick Dampier and Jerry Stackhouse while the Heat countered with a front-court of Eddy Curry and Juwon Howard in garbage time.

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Heat Vs. Hawks Halftime Score: Miami All Over Atlanta, 63-41

Miami's Big Three has outscored the entire Atlanta roster in the first half.

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