Day two of the NBA preseason continued today with the Miami Heat defeating eastern rivals Atlanta Hawks and the Los Angeles Clippers falling to the Toronto Raptors. Miami Heat played great basketball as they shot 48.6 percent from the field in today's game against the Atlanta Hawks. Despite shooting 33.3 percent from the field and turning the ball over 22 times, they still had enough to win the game.

Dennis Schroder suits up despite last weeks incident

Dennis Schroder was arrested last week on misdemeanor charges, but despite that, he suited up for the preseason game against the Miami Heat.

Schroder scored 12 points, grabbed four rebounds, dished out five assists, and registered one steal while shooting 35.3 percent from the field. With the Atlanta Hawks rebuilding this season, Dennis Schroder will have plenty of playing time next season.

DeWayne Dedmon shines in debut game

DeWayne Dedmon was acquired by the Atlanta Hawks last month after the Spurs opted out on Dedmon's team option. He played terrific basketball in his first preseason game as a member of the Atlanta Hawks team roster. He registered 12 points, three rebounds, two steals, and one block while shooting five for seven from the field (71.4 percent). Dedmon will have the chance to have another breakout season with him being the first option as the starting center for the Atlanta Hawks this upcoming season.

Richardson and Johnson shine in win over Atlanta

Tyler Johnson and Josh Richardson played very well in today's game against the Atlanta Hawks. Tyle Jonhsons registered 14 points, one steal, and three points while shooting 75 percent from the field and 50 percent from the three-point line. Josh Richardson also had an incredible all-around game, scoring 12 points, grabbing three rebounds, dishing out two assists, and rejecting four shots while shooting 50 percent from the field and 25 percent from the three-point line.

Dragic and Whiteside played limited minutes

The Miami Heat core played limited minutes in today's game against the Atlanta Hawks to make more playing time for their young players. Goran Dragic played only 13 minutes but still was able to contribute six points, one rebound, three assists, and one steal while shooting 60 percent from the field.

Hassan Whiteside played 19 minutes scoring eight points, grabbing eleven rebounds, and registering one block while shooting 40 percent from the field. With the east looking very weak this upcoming offseason the Miami Heat will have a chance to make a playoff run this offseason.