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Past 10 meetings

W 50% (5) L 50% (5)
  • Celtics @ Heat 100-96 L
  • Heat @ Celtics 111-103 W
  • Celtics @ Heat 93-80 L
  • Heat @ Celtics 82-102 L
  • Heat @ Celtics 109-103 W
  • Celtics @ Heat 127-102 L
  • Celtics @ Heat 107-118 W
  • Heat @ 76ers 99-90 W
  • 76ers @ Heat 85-120 W
  • Heat @ 76ers 108-116 L

Miami Heat DRAFT

Temporada Jugador Ronda General Posicion Escuela | Equipo
2022-2023 27 Round 1 Nikola Jovic F Mega Mozzart (Serbia)
2020-2021 20 Round 1 Precious Achiuwa PF Memphis
2019-2020 13 Round 1 Tyler Herro SG Kentucky
2019-2020 14 Round 2 Bol Bol C Oregon
2017-2018 14 Round 1 Edrice Adebayo PF Kentucky
2015-2016 10 Round 1 Justise Winslow SG Duke
2015-2016 10 Round 2 Josh Richardson SG Tennessee
2014-2015 26 Round 1 P.J. Hairston SG Texas Legends (NBA D-League)
2014-2015 25 Round 2 Semaj Christon PG Xavier
2012-2013 27 1 Arnett Moultrie F Mississippi St.
2011-2012 1 2 Bojan Bogdanovic G Cibona Zagreb
2010-2011 2 2 Dexter Pittman C Texas
2010-2011 11 2 Jarvis Varnado F Mississippi St.
2010-2011 18 2 Latavious Williams F Tulsa 66ers
2009-2010 13 2 Marcus Thornton G Louisiana State
2009-2010 30 2 Robert Dozier F Memphis

Miami Heat LESIONES

  • Andre Iguodala

    Rodilla
    Ques Thurs | questionable

    Iguodala is dealing with inflammation in his right knee, and it has yet to be determined if he will take the court against the Celtics for Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

  • Andre Iguodala

    Rodilla
    Prob Mon | probable

    Iguodala is dealing with inflammation in his right knee, but it is likely that he will take the court against the Celtics for Game 5 of the NBA Finals.

How is the Brooklyn Nets' History?

The Miami Heat is an NBA team that competes in the Eastern Conference. They have the American Airlines Arena as their home arena. The Heat called Miami, Florida, their home city (NBA). Three NBA championships have been taken home by the Heat (2006, 2012, and 2013).

 

In 1988, the Miami Heat and the Charlotte Hornets became expansion teams in the National Basketball Association. In its first season, Miami won only 15 games. The team's stunning turnaround in performance over three seasons led to a playoff appearance, despite having an overall regular season record of 38 - 44. 

 

The Heat was eliminated from the playoffs in the first round by the Chicago Bulls, who went on to win the championship. The Heat's 1993-1994 season was cut short by an early playoff exit. They went from making it back to the big dance, and they were eliminated in first-round action against the Atlanta Hawks.

How Were the Miami Heat Founded?

The Miami Heat debuted in the National Basketball Association during the 1988–1989 season after being established. The following year, they played in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference, having previously competed in the Western Conference.

 

The Miami Heat had several unremarkable performances in the first few seasons under Pat Riley. Still, they underwent significant roster adjustments that included adding Isaac Austin and P.J Brown to their team by the 1995-96 season - which would ultimately lead them to an appearance at the Eastern Conference Finals the following season. After missing out on the conference finals for consecutive seasons, the Miami Heat finally returned there in the 2004-2005 season under the leadership of new head coach Stan Van Gundy and with the assistance of key player Dwyane Wade. 

 

They moved to the Southeast Division at this point in time. The following season, the team prevailed in the NBA Finals, claiming victory over the Dallas Mavericks. Erik Spoelstra was the one who succeeded Tom Izzo as head coach after that. After that, they had another successful season in 2010–11, when they advanced to the NBA Finals but were ultimately defeated by the Mavericks. 

 

After making the trade to acquire LeBron James as a player, the team went on to win the NBA Finals in both 2012 and 2013 and 27 games in a row between February and March of 2013. However, they were unable to win the championship this time as the San Antonio Spurs prevailed. James left the team in July of 2014, which contributed to the team's decreased success during the 2014–15 season. After acquiring Jimmy Butler, the Heat competed in the NBA Finals once more in 2020, but this time they were defeated by the Los Angeles Lakers.

How is the Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade Era?

 

Dwyane Wade, who was selected by the Miami Heat with the fifth overall pick in the 2003 NBA draft, is the only player from Marquette to be selected in the first round of the draft. Wade became a productive player very quickly, averaging 16.2 points on shooting at a rate of 46.5 percent while also contributing 4 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game.

 

Wade was one of the best players of his era and was a member of the Miami Heat, which won three National Basketball Association (NBA) championships (in 2006, 2012, and 2013).

 

According to Micky Arison, the current owner of the Miami Heat franchise, Dwyane Wade had discussions about the possibility of a future ownership stake in the Heat franchise while he was playing for Miami during his playing career. However, Wade was unable to commit to the idea at the time.

 

The year 2006 was the year that Wade would take the NBA world by storm after he led the team back from a 2-0 deficit in the NBA Finals to an eventual win of 4-2 over the other team. Dwyane Wade finished the NBA Finals with an average of 35 points scored per game and was rated by John Hollinger as having the best performance of all time in an NBA Championship. He rallied the team to come back from a deficit of 13 points with five minutes left and eventually led them to a victory by two points, which prevented the team from falling behind by a score of 3-0.

 

After that, the team would have a few years of mediocrity, but thanks to Dwyane's efforts, they were able to keep their heads above water and remain competitive throughout those years. He led a team to the playoffs for two consecutive seasons with Michael Beasley and Jermaine O'Neal serving as the number two and three scoring options before finally gaining the roster that he had been waiting years for once LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined the team.




The table shows the career summary of Dwyane Wade as of the writing:

Career Summary

G

1054

PTS

22.0

TRB

4.7

AST

5.4

FG %

48.0

FG 3%

29.3

FT %

76.5

eFG %

49.5

PER

23.5

WS

120.7




How is the Miami Heat’s Alonzo Mourning Era?

 

Alonzo Mourning, also known by his nickname "Zo," was a center for the team. Mourning turned down a contract extension offer from Charlotte worth an average of $11.2 million for seven years on November 3, 1995. The Hornets knew they would not be able to re-sign him, so they traded him along with reserves Pete Myers and LeRon Ellis in exchange for Glen Rice, Matt Geiger, Khalid Reeves, and a first-round pick in the 1996 NBA draft. The Hornets also received a pick in the first round of that year's draft.

 

Mourning would immediately serve as the centerpiece of the Heat team that was coached by Pat Riley. In his first year with the Heat, Alonzo made an immediate impact by playing 23.2 points and 10 rebounds per game in helping Miami qualify for post season play before being swept by Chicago's 72-win team in the opening round. Mourning was a participant in the NBA All-Star Game in 1996, and he was joined by All-Star point guard Tim Hardaway, who had been acquired in the middle of the season through a trade.

 

Mourning served as a fierce fighter for the group. Every game he played, he gave everything he had, and it paid off for him and his teammates, who won a significant portion of the time during the regular season. It wasn't until the playoffs that the team would lose to the New York Knicks three times in three consecutive seasons and to the Charlotte Hornets in a sweep, which signaled the end of the Mourning era. Both of these losses occurred during the postseason. Mourning never once stopped believing in the team that had supported him since 1995, not even when he was going through all of this emotional anguish.

 

Following a brief retirement brought on by a rare kidney disease, Mourning rejoined the Heat in 2004 to provide the team with a defensive presence in the middle off the bench. This helped the team win the NBA championship that year. In 2006, when the championship was still up for grabs, he contributed to the team's success by blocking six shots in the championship-deciding game six. This helped the team win the championship. The injury he sustained in the middle of the 2007–2008 season was the one that ultimately forced him to call it quits as a player for the Heat. He would go on to play for the Heat for a few more seasons.

 

Despite the fact that Mourning was never able to secure a championship for the Heat during his prime, he was still responsible for putting the team on the map and turning Miami into a basketball town for the very first time in the history of sports in South Florida. The ferocity and dogged determination that he brought to each and every game served as a powerful example for all of the players who currently don the Heat uniform.

 

The table shows the career summary of Alonzo Mourning as of the writing:

Career Summary

G

838

PTS

17.1

TRB

8.5

AST

1.1

FG %

52.7

FG 3%

24.7

FT %

69.2

eFG %

52.9

PER

21.2

WS

89.7

 

How is the Miami Heat’s LeBron James Era?

LeBron James is a professional basketball player who has played for the Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA. He is a four-time league MVP, four-time NBA Finals MVP, and 17-time All-Star.

 

On July 1, 2010, at 12:01 am Eastern Daylight Time, James was allowed to become a free agent without any restrictions. During this time, several teams, including the Bulls, Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, New York Knicks, New Jersey Nets, and Cavaliers, reached out to him to inquire about their interest in signing him. On July 8, he revealed his intention to sign a contract with the Heat during a live broadcast of an ESPN special titled "The Decision."

 

Because LeBron James is now playing for the Miami Heat alongside Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, the team has been transformed into an instant favorite to win the championship.

 

In his first season with the Miami Heat, he was an integral part of the team's run to the NBA finals, where they were ultimately defeated by the Dallas Mavericks. James was awarded the MVP for his tremendous performance in leading Miami to consecutive NBA finals while averaging over 27 points per game. He helped take down Oklahoma City and ultimately give them their second title win with an outstanding showing that earned him Most Valuable Player honors as well.

 

James finished his first season with the team averaging 26 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists per game. He also led the team in scoring during that season, which was his first with the team. Both he and Wade had a difficult time adjusting to one another at first as they attempted to adapt to the tendencies and playing styles that were similar to their own. However, they have since learned how to embrace one another's games and have started to thrive off of one another rather than off of themselves.

 

The table shows the career summary of LeBron James as of the writing:

Career Summary

G

1366

PTS

27.1

TRB

7.5

AST

7.4

FG %

50.5

FG 3%

34.6

FT %

73.4

eFG %

54.5

PER

27.3

WS

249.5

 

What are the Miami Heat' Championships?

The Miami Heat have won 3 championships, in 2006, 2012 and 2013.

 

The table shows the 2006 NBA Finals game summary:

Game

Date

Away Team

Result

Home Team

Game 1

Thursday, June 8

Miami Heat

80–90 (0–1)

Dallas Mavericks

Game 2

Sunday, June 11

Miami Heat

86–99 (0–2)

Dallas Mavericks

Game 3

Tuesday, June 13

Dallas Mavericks

96–98 (2–1)

Miami Heat

Game 4

Thursday, June 15

Dallas Mavericks

74–98 (2–2)

Miami Heat

Game 5

Sunday, June 18

Dallas Mavericks

100–101 (OT) (2–3)

Miami Heat

Game 6

Tuesday, June 20

Miami Heat

95–92 (4–2)

Dallas Mavericks

 

The odds were stacked against the Miami Heat, making the Dallas Mavericks the favorite to win the championship. In spite of these odds, the Heat prevailed over the Mavericks and won the championship in six games. They became the third team in NBA history to win a championship after falling behind 0–2 in the series, following in the footsteps of the 1969 Celtics, the 1977 Trail Blazers, the 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers, and the 2021 Milwaukee Bucks. The Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade was deemed the series' Most Valuable Player and received the award.

 

The table shows the 2012 NBA Finals game summary:

 

Game

Date

Away team

Result

Home team

Game 1

Tuesday, June 12

Miami Heat

94–105 (0–1)

Oklahoma City Thunder

Game 2

Thursday, June 14

Miami Heat

100–96 (1–1)

Oklahoma City Thunder

Game 3

Sunday, June 17

Oklahoma City Thunder

85–91 (1–2)

Miami Heat

Game 4

Tuesday, June 19

Oklahoma City Thunder

98–104 (1–3)

Miami Heat

Game 5

Thursday, June 21

Oklahoma City Thunder

106–121 (1–4)

Miami Heat



The Miami Heat rode a wave of momentum to victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 5, winning four games claiming their second NBA title. LeBron James, a forward for the Heat, was selected as the Finals Most Valuable Player.

 

The Oklahoma City Thunder have competed in the NBA Finals on four separate occasions throughout the course of their franchise's history, most recently in 2012. The Oklahoma City Thunder were formerly known as the Seattle SuperSonics. Prior to the beginning of the 2008–2009 NBA season, the franchise moved from Seattle, Washington to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

 

The move came before the start of the previous season. Before 2012, the franchise had not been to the NBA Finals since 1996, when they competed under the name SuperSonics and were defeated by the Chicago Bulls, led by Michael Jordan. The Oklahoma City Thunder team that competed in the NBA Finals in 2012 was the second-youngest squad in the competition's annals.




The table shows the 2013 NBA Finals game summary:



Game

Date

Away Team

Result

Home Team

Game 1

Thursday, June 6

San Antonio Spurs

92–88 (1–0)

Miami Heat

Game 2

Sunday, June 9

San Antonio Spurs

84–103 (1–1)

Miami Heat

Game 3

Tuesday, June 11

Miami Heat

77–113 (1–2)

San Antonio Spurs

Game 4

Thursday, June 13

Miami Heat

109–93 (2–2)

San Antonio Spurs

Game 5

Sunday, June 16

Miami Heat

104–114 (2–3)

San Antonio Spurs

Game 6

Tuesday, June 18

San Antonio Spurs

100–103 (OT) (3–3)

Miami Heat

Game 7

Thursday, June 20

San Antonio Spurs

88–95 (3–4)

Miami Heat

 

The Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat won their second consecutive championship by claiming a 4–3 victory over the Western Conference champion San Antonio Spurs in this best-of-seven playoff series to claim their second consecutive championship. It was widely expected that the Heat would successfully defend their title against the Spurs. The first game of the finals was played on June 6, and the series was completed seven days later on June 20.

 

Since 1999, the Spurs have qualified for the NBA Finals a total of five times, the second-most of any franchise in that span behind only the Los Angeles Lakers. This series marked the Spurs' most recent appearance in the NBA Finals. This was the first time in Spurs history that they had ever lost a Finals series. Prior to this series, the Spurs had won all of their previous four appearances in the finals, putting them only one title behind the six-time champion Chicago Bulls for most titles without ever losing a Finals. 

 

This was also the first time that San Antonio had competed in the NBA Finals without having the advantage of playing at home. Miami had the advantage of playing at home because they had the best regular season record in the league (66–16) compared to the Spurs' 58–24 record in the regular season. The Chicago Bulls were the last team from the Eastern Conference to make it to three straight NBA Finals, doing so from 1996 to 1998. The Heat became the first team from the East to accomplish that feat since the Bulls. They were the second team in six seasons to make it to three straight Finals, following in the footsteps of the Los Angeles Lakers, who did so between 2008 and 2010.

What are the Symbols of Miami Heat?

The "fiery" basketball going through the "black hoop" is the logo for the Miami Heat basketball team. The 1999 campaign was the debut for this feature.

What are the Miami Heat's Colors?

The Miami Heat colors are red, yellow, and black. 

 

The Miami Heat’s team colors in Hex, RGB, and CMYK can be found below:

 

Color Name

RGB Color Code

CMYK Color Code

Pantone Color Code

HEX Color Code

Red

152, 0, 46

0, 100, 61, 43

PMS 202 C

#98002E

Yellow

249, 160, 27

0, 43, 100, 0

PMS 137 C

#F9A01B

Black

6, 25, 34

30, 0, 0, 100

PMS PROCESS BLACK C

#000000

 

How is the Miami Heat's Uniform?

The Miami Heat players wore plain white uniforms with red and orange trim on the right side. These uniforms were reserved exclusively for home games when the Miami Heat first started competing in the NBA in 1988. Their away jerseys were black with white, red, and orange trim, which was reminiscent of the color scheme that the Chicago Bulls used during that era. The uniforms featured the classic flaming ball logo on the bottom left side of the shorts and the word "Miami" on the right. The font used in the uniforms was taken from the font used on the original Los Angeles Lakers jerseys. 

 

Both the black away jersey and the white home jersey were worn to celebrate the Heat's 20th and 25th anniversaries, respectively. The white home jersey was worn to celebrate the Heat's 20th anniversary. The Miami Hurricanes debuted their brand-new uniform for the first time in seven years during the 1995-1996 season. The squad now has a red primary jersey with black and white trim as an additional option.

 

The Miami Heat altered their uniforms in several different ways during the 1999-2000 season. A different font was used for the updated block lettering on the jerseys, and stripes were added to the left side. These jerseys are the original version of the ones that are used today. In addition to this, the orange trim was replaced with a brighter yellow, and the flaming ball logo that was located on the right side of the shorts was altered. In the end, they decided to change the neckline from the traditional plain u-shaped collars to a more eye-catching V-neck collar instead.

 

As a new home alternate jersey to promote their dual championship runs, the Heat debuted their "White Hot" jersey during the 2012-2013 season. This jersey was the first in a series of solid color schemes that the team would wear. The Heat currently play their home games in an all-white uniform, but this alternate version features black detailing on the lettering, numbers, and logos. 

 

They also came out with a black away jersey with white lettering and a black outline; this was meant to be the polar opposite of the "White Hot" jersey. The Heat wore an all-red uniform for the first time on Christmas Day in 2013, marking the completion of the solid color scheme that they had been using. The name "Big Color" is commonly used to refer to the uniform, which has lettering that is entirely white.

What is the Miami Heat's Logo?

The Miami Heat logo consists of a “burning basketball” behind the team name “HEAT”. The sunburst is meant to symbolize the image of an intensifying fire, conveying the strength, passion, and energy of the team. In addition, the warm color palette (red and yellow)  is meant to invoke feelings of excitement and dynamism. 

 

The first version of the Miami Heat logo, which debuted in 1988, consisted of a flame-stylized gradient orange basketball with a black ring above it and a fancy bold nameplate below the image. Graphic designers have been using futuristic typefaces for decades now, and this is one of the most popular ones. The letter “T” in particular looks like it's on fire with its thick lines that extend upwards into an italicized curve at top right corner.  Another distinctive feature of the typeface was the way the bars of both "A"s were cut into a triangular shape. This gave the overall image a sense of crispness and sophistication.

 

In 1999, the color scheme was redesigned, and one of the changes was to make it darker. As a result, the basketball is now drawn in a muted red, and the ends of the lines are drawn in yellow. The ring turned white, which brought some brightness to an otherwise dark and intense color scheme. The lettering, on the other hand, was almost completely unaffected; the only change was that the flame of the "T" moved slightly to the right. The supplementary variant of the Miami Heat logo consisted solely of a graphic component and lacked any accompanying text beneath it.

 

Who are the Miami Heat’s Players?

The starting lineup for the Miami Heat will consist of Kyle Lowry, Max Strus, Jimmy Butler, P.J. Tucker, and Bam Adebayo.. They are led by Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, who have both had strong years in their respective positions. This season, P.J. Tucker and Ducan Robinson have been among the team's regular starting lineup members. In the event of an injury, however, players such as Tyler Herro, Gabe Vincent, and Max Strus have replaced them. This is a talented group that has the potential to make some waves in the postseason. Here you will find both the projected and confirmed starting lineups for the Miami Heat.

 

The table below shows the Miami Heat’s players:

 

STARTER

2ND

3RD

4TH

5TH

PG

Kyle Lowry O

Gabe Vincent

Victor Oladipo

Tyler Herro

Javonte Smart

SG

Max Strus

Tyler Herro

Victor Oladipo

Duncan Robinson

Caleb Martin

SF

Jimmy Butler

Caleb Martin

Duncan Robinson

Max Strus

Victor Oladipo

PF

P.J. Tucker DD

Duncan Robinson

Markieff Morris

Jimmy Butler

-

C

Bam Adebayo

Dewayne Dedmon

Omer Yurtseven

Markieff Morris

P.J. Tucker DD

 

What is the Miami Heat’s Roaster?

The table below shows the Miami Heat’s roaster:

 

NAME

POS

AGE

HT

WT

COLLEGE

SALARY

Bam Adebayo13

C

24

2.06 m

115 kg

Kentucky

$28,103,500

Jimmy Butler22

SF

32

2.01 m

104 kg

Marquette

$36,016,200

Dewayne Dedmon21

C

32

2.13 m

111 kg

USC

$1,669,178

Udonis Haslem40

PF

41

2.03 m

106 kg

Florida

$1,669,178

Tyler Herro14

PG

22

1.96 m

88 kg

Kentucky

$4,004,280

Haywood Highsmith24

F

25

1.93 m

99 kg

Wheeling Jesuit

$290,967

Kyle Lowry7

PG

36

1.83 m

88 kg

Villanova

$26,894,128

Caleb Martin16

SF

26

1.96 m

92 kg

Nevada

$1,782,621

Markieff Morris8

PF

32

2.06 m

111 kg

Kansas

$1,669,178

Mychal Mulder12

G

27

1.91 m

83 kg

Kentucky

$1,782,621

Victor Oladipo4

SG

30

1.93 m

96 kg

Indiana

$1,669,178

Duncan Robinson55

SG

28

2.01 m

97 kg

Michigan

$15,650,000

Javonte Smart15

G

22

1.93 m

92 kg

LSU

--

Max Strus31

SG

26

1.96 m

97 kg

DePaul

$1,669,178

P.J. Tucker17

PF

37

1.96 m

111 kg

Texas

$7,000,000

Gabe Vincent2

PG

25

1.91 m

90 kg

UC Santa Barbara

$1,669,178

Omer Yurtseven77

C

23

2.11 m

124 kg

Georgetown

$1,489,065

 

Erik Spoelstra is a former player and current head coach of the Miami Heat (NBA). He has helped the Heat to two NBA championships during his ten years as an NBA coach. Spoelstra is the first Asian-American head coach in the history of the four major North American sports leagues. He is also the first Asian-American head coach to win an NBA title. Spoelstra's mother is of Filipino descent, so he is the first Asian-American head coach to win an NBA title.

 

Spoelstra was offered a position with the Heat by Roya Vaziri, who served as the director of player personnel for the Heat at the time. Wohl was the general manager of the team at the time. In 1995, the Heat made the decision to hire Spoelstra as their video coordinator; however, at first, the continuation of his employment beyond the summer of that same year was not guaranteed. Shortly after Spoelstra was hired, Pat Riley was brought in to take over as head coach of the Heat. According to Jon Spoelstra, Erik's father, "Contrary to popular belief, Riley wasn't permitted to bring in his video guy. If he had been, Erik would have been out of a job almost immediately."

 

Spoelstra was the first Asian-American to be hired as a head coach in the NBA, and he was also the first Asian-American to hold that position in any of the four major sports leagues in the history of North America. In spite of the team having the worst record in the league the year before, he guided the Heat to a spot in the NBA Playoffs in his first season as head coach for the Heat. The Heat, on the other hand, were eliminated from the playoffs by the Atlanta Hawks in the first round after a seven-game series. The following year, Spoelstra's squad once again made it to the postseason, but they were eliminated by the Boston Celtics in the first round for a second consecutive year in five games.

How did Mickey Arison’s Ownership Affect the Miami Heat?

Micky Arison serves as both the director of Carnival Corporation and its chair. Between the years 1979 and 2013, he was the President and Chief Executive Officer of the company. Arison is the managing general partner of the Miami HEAT, which is a National Basketball Association basketball team. It was estimated that Micky Arison's net worth was $6.4 billion in the year 2022.

 

Mickey Arison assumed the role of managing general partner of the NBA franchise known as the Miami HEAT in 1995 and subsequently hired Pat Riley to serve as the team's head coach. The Miami Heat have since undergone significant changes and have become one of the most successful franchises in the NBA, having advanced to the playoffs on several occasions and winning the title in 2006, under Arison's ownership. Additionally, the HEAT triumphed in the NBA finals in both 2012 and 2013, respectively. Between the years 2005 and 2008, Arison presided over the NBA Board of Governors as its chair.

How is the Miami Heat's season-by-season record?

 

The table below shows the Miami Heat’s season-by-season record:

NBA

 

Regular Season

Playoffs

Season

Team

W - L

%

Standing

W - L

%

Performance

2021-22

Heat

53-29

.646

1st,

East Conference

9-4

.692

Playoffs in progress

2020-21

Heat

40-32

.556

6th,

East Conference

0-4

.000

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

2019-20

Heat

44-29

.603

5th,

East Conference

14-7

.667

Lost NBA Finals

2018-19

Heat

39-43

.476

10th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

2017-18

Heat

44-38

.537

6th,

East Conference

1-4

.200

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

2016-17

Heat

41-41

.500

9th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

2015-16

Heat

48-34

.585

3rd,

East Conference

7-7

.500

Lost East Conf Semis

2014-15

Heat

37-45

.451

10th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

2013-14

Heat

54-28

.659

2nd,

East Conference

13-7

.650

Lost NBA Finals

2012-13

Heat

66-16

.805

1st,

East Conference

16-7

.696

NBA Champions

2011-12

Heat

46-20

.697

2nd,

East Conference

16-7

.696

NBA Champions

2010-11

Heat

58-24

.707

2nd,

East Conference

14-7

.667

Lost NBA Finals

2009-10

Heat

47-35

.573

5th,

East Conference

1-4

.200

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

2008-09

Heat

43-39

.524

5th,

East Conference

3-4

.429

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

2007-08

Heat

15-67

.183

15th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

2006-07

Heat

44-38

.537

4th,

East Conference

0-4

.000

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

2005-06

Heat

52-30

.634

2nd,

East Conference

16-7

.696

NBA Champions

2004-05

Heat

59-23

.720

1st,

East Conference

11-4

.733

Lost East Conf Finals

2003-04

Heat

42-40

.512

4th,

East Conference

6-7

.462

Lost East Conf Semis

2002-03

Heat

25-57

.305

13th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

2001-02

Heat

36-46

.439

11th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

2000-01

Heat

50-32

.610

3rd,

East Conference

0-3

.000

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

1999-00

Heat

52-30

.634

2nd,

East Conference

6-4

.600

Lost East Conf Semis

1998-99

Heat

33-17

.660

1st,

East Conference

2-3

.400

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

1997-98

Heat

55-27

.671

2nd,

East Conference

2-3

.400

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

1996-97

Heat

61-21

.744

2nd,

East Conference

8-9

.471

Lost East Conf Finals

1995-96

Heat

42-40

.512

8th,

East Conference

0-3

.000

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

1994-95

Heat

32-50

.390

10th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

1993-94

Heat

42-40

.512

8th,

East Conference

2-3

.400

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

1992-93

Heat

36-46

.439

11th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

1991-92

Heat

38-44

.463

8th,

East Conference

0-3

.000

Lost East Conf 1st Rd

1990-91

Heat

24-58

.293

13th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

1989-90

Heat

18-64

.220

11th,

East Conference

-

-

DNQ

1988-89

Heat

15-67

.183

13th,

West Conference

-

-

DNQ

 

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