2021 Season

2021 Schedule
40-32, 2nd in Southeast
Meet the U.S. Olympic men's basketball team (1:41)
19d
On this date: 'Not two, not three ...' Heat Big Three introduced together (0:37)
19d
Bosh on what Fizdale will bring to Lakers' bench (1:10)
28d
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34d

Heat trio help with relief after building collapses

Heat guard Tyler Herro and assistant coaches Chris Quinn and Eric Glass offered their help after a 12-story beachfront condo building collapsed in Surfside, Florida, early Thursday.

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35d

Sources: Wolves' Edwards joins U.S. select team

Timberwolves forward Anthony Edwards will be part of the USA Basketball select team, sources told ESPN, while the Heat's Erik Spoelstra will be involved in coaching the team.

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35dBrian Windhorst

Team USA roster set; Harden pulls out with injury

USA Basketball finalized its star-laden roster for the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday, while Nets guard James Harden had to withdraw due to a hamstring injury, USA Basketball managing director Jerry Colangelo told ESPN.

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37d

Team USA spots filling up: Bam, Harden are in

USA Basketball's Olympic men's roster is getting closer to filled, with as many as eight spots on the 12-person team claimed, with Bam Adebayo and James Harden the latest to commit to playing in Tokyo.

AP Photo/Jack Dempsey
43dTim Bontemps

MVP Jokic, Steph highlight All-NBA selections

Nikola Jokic and Stephen Curry were joined on the first team by Luka Doncic, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kawhi Leonard as the All-NBA selections were announced Tuesday night.

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44dTim Bontemps

Gobert, Simmons, Green highlight NBA All-D team

Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, Philadelphia 76ers guard Ben Simmons and Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green were among the 10 players named to the NBA's All-Defensive teams Monday night.

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49d

Riley fined for tampering over LeBron comments

Heat president Pat Riley was fined $25,000 by the NBA on Wednesday for violating the league's anti-tampering rule. Riley was fined for comments made during a June 4 radio interview regarding Lakers star LeBron James.

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51d

Ex-NBA player Butler works for prison reform

Former NBA player Caron Butler was at Connecticut's state Capitol on Monday to ask Gov. Ned Lamont to sign legislation that would strictly limit the use of solitary confinement and other forms of isolation in prisons.

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55d

Riley to 'mentally worn out' Heat: Get some rest

Miami Heat president Pat Riley said the team needs to get some rest after a whirlwind 12 months that saw an NBA finals appearance last season and a first-round exit this year.

Stephen A.: Mitchell's game reminds me of D-Wade (2:33)
57d
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60dKevin Arnovitz

Giannis, Bucks stifle Heat with D to finish sweep

Giannis Antetokounmpo tied a career high with 15 assists while also keeping Miami's Jimmy Butler in check, and the Bucks held the Heat to a 95.4 offensive rating -- the lowest total for any team in the past six postseasons.

Udonis Haslem tosses a chair while trying to fire up Heat (0:17)
60d
Dragic, Middleton engage in late-game scuffle (0:29)
60d
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60dBobby Marks

Changes are coming for the Miami Heat

Pat Riley could create up to $27 million in cap space this summer, setting up Miami as a potential major free agent destination.

Iguodala drains a triple off of Nunn's steal (0:20)
60d
Heat fans troll Giannis by counting down his free throw (0:23)
62d

Team Stats

Points Per Game108.125th
Rebounds Per Game41.529th
Assists Per Game26.39th
Points Allowed107.64th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-204429.603
2018-193943.476
2017-184438.537