James Enns was a fixture in the Miami Heat’s win streak this season.
He had two games in the span of two nights, which included a win over the Atlanta Hawks.
The 6-foot-9 Ennis is now a member of LeBron’s All-Star team.
Here is the latest on Ennis and his career in the NBA.
The Heat won their first game of the stretch with a 107-102 win over New York on Wednesday.
James scored a game-high 30 points, while Ennis added 25 points.
Ennis had three blocks and a steal.
LeBron had 15 points, nine assists and five rebounds in his last two games.
“I feel like I’ve done everything right.
I’m just getting to that point where I’m just ready to go,” Ennis said.
But he did have a few tough moments.
After being held to just nine points in the first quarter, he went 3 for 10 with four turnovers and a career-low eight rebounds in the second.
It was the second time in the last three games he went less than four minutes without a point.
In a 114-102 loss at Portland on Feb. 6, he was held scoreless in the final four minutes.
So, it’s not like he’s getting comfortable.
As he is a two-time All-NBA selection and two-Time All-Defensive Team selection, he has earned the respect of the Miami faithful.
We had him in the starting lineup.
He’s not playing at a high level but he’s just doing his job and making plays, so we have no choice but to take care of him,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said.
He also was a key part of the Heat’s fourth-quarter comeback from a 17-point deficit against Atlanta on Saturday.
On the second possession, he took the ball and drove it down the court.
Miami scored the next eight points to go up by three points.
He was the lone Heat player in the game to score in double figures.
And he’s playing with confidence.
With LeBron back, Ennis had his best game of his career.
For the second straight game, Enns hit 5-of-8 from the field and 6-of