Miami Heat Schedule

SundayFebruary72016

Miami Heat vs. Los Angeles Clippers

American Airlines Arena | 2:00PM Miami, FLTickets

TuesdayFebruary92016

Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

FridayFebruary192016

Atlanta Hawks vs. Miami Heat

Philips Arena | 8:00PM Atlanta, GATickets

SaturdayFebruary202016

Miami Heat vs. Washington Wizards

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

MondayFebruary222016

Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

WednesdayFebruary242016

Miami Heat vs. Golden State Warriors

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

SaturdayFebruary272016

Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat

TD Garden | 3:00PM Boston, MATickets

SundayFebruary282016

New York Knicks vs. Miami Heat

Madison Square Garden | 7:30PM New York, NYTickets

TuesdayMarch12016

Miami Heat vs. Chicago Bulls

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

ThursdayMarch32016

Miami Heat vs. Phoenix Suns

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

FridayMarch42016

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Miami Heat

Wells Fargo Center – PA | 7:00PM Philadelphia, PATickets

SundayMarch62016

Miami Heat vs. Philadelphia 76ers

American Airlines Arena | 6:00PM Miami, FLTickets

WednesdayMarch92016

Milwaukee Bucks vs. Miami Heat

BMO Harris Bradley Center | 6:00PM Milwaukee, WITickets

FridayMarch112016

Chicago Bulls vs. Miami Heat

United Center | 7:00PM Chicago, ILTickets

SaturdayMarch122016

Toronto Raptors vs. Miami Heat

Air Canada Centre | 7:00PM Toronto, ONTickets

MondayMarch142016

Miami Heat vs. Denver Nuggets

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

ThursdayMarch172016

Miami Heat vs. Charlotte Hornets

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

SaturdayMarch192016

Miami Heat vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

TuesdayMarch222016

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Miami Heat

Smoothie King Center | 7:00PM New Orleans, LATickets

WednesdayMarch232016

San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat

AT&T Center | 7:30PM San Antonio, TXTickets

FridayMarch252016

Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

MondayMarch282016

Miami Heat vs. Brooklyn Nets

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

WednesdayMarch302016

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Miami Heat

Staples Center | 7:30PM Los Angeles, CATickets

FridayApril12016

Sacramento Kings vs. Miami Heat

Sleep Train Arena | 7:00PM Sacramento, CATickets

SaturdayApril22016

Portland Trail Blazers vs. Miami Heat

Moda Center at the Rose Quarter | 7:00PM Portland, ORTickets

TuesdayApril52016

Miami Heat vs. Detroit Pistons

American Airlines Arena | 7:30PM Miami, FLTickets

ThursdayApril72016

Miami Heat vs. Chicago Bulls

American Airlines Arena | 8:00PM Miami, FLTickets

FridayApril82016

Orlando Magic vs. Miami Heat

Amway Center | 7:00PM Orlando, FLTickets

SundayApril102016

Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic

American Airlines Arena | 6:00PM Miami, FLTickets

TuesdayApril122016

Detroit Pistons vs. Miami Heat

Palace Of Auburn Hills | 7:30PM Auburn Hills, MITickets

WednesdayApril132016

Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat

TD Garden | 8:00PM Boston, MATickets


The NBA Miami Heat basketball team plays in the Eastern Conference’s Southeast Division in the National Basketball Association. The Heat is based out of Miami, Florida and plays at the American Airlines Arena.

In 1988, the Heat and Charlotte Hornets joined the NBA as expansion teams. In 21 seasons, Miami has made it into the playoffs 13 times, has won their division title seven times, and also won the NBA Finals in 2006 versus the Dallas Mavericks.

In 1991, the Heat drafted Michigan guard Steve Smith. Led by Smith, Glen Rice and Rony Seikaly, the Heat came in fourth in their division and for the very first time made the playoffs. They were swept by the Chicago Bulls in three games. In 1993-94, the Hawks returned to the playoffs after going 42-40 for their first winning record. The Heat were defeated by the Atlanta Hawks in the first round.

Pat Riley was hired in 1995 to be the head coach of the Heat. Matt Geiger and Glen Rice were traded to the Hornets for Alonzo Mourning. Riley also acquired Walt Williams, Chris Gatling and Tim Hardaway. The Heat made it into the playoffs but were swept by the Bulls in the first round. The next season the Heat won the Atlantic Division for the first time and went 61-21. They defeated the New York Knicks in the playoffs but lost the Eastern Conference Finals to the Chicago Bulls. In 1997-98 and 1998-99, the Heat also lost to the Knicks in the playoffs.

In July 2004, the Heat acquired Shaquille O’Neal from the Los Angeles Lakers. Alonzo Mourning and Steve Smith also re-signed with the Heat. Miami went 59-23 and advanced to face the defending champion Detroit Pistons at the Eastern Conference Finals. However, the Pistons prevailed. In December 2005 Pat Riley once again became the Heat’s head coach. The Heat went 52-30 for the 2005-06 season. They defeated the Dallas Mavericks to win the NBA Championship.

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