Mon
Mar 18 7:00 PM
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Miami Heat Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, OK
Wed
Mar 20 7:30 PM
San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
Fri
Mar 22 7:30 PM
Milwaukee Bucks vs. Miami Heat Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI
Sat
Mar 23 8:00 PM
Washington Wizards vs. Miami Heat Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
Tue
Mar 26 7:30 PM
Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Thu
Mar 28 7:30 PM
Miami Heat vs. Dallas Mavericks AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Sat
Mar 30 7:30 PM
New York Knicks vs. Miami Heat Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
Mon
Apr 1 7:30 PM
Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat TD Garden, Boston, MA
Wed
Apr 3 7:30 PM
Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Fri
Apr 5 7:00 PM
Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Miami Heat Target Center, Minneapolis, MN
Sun
Apr 7 12:00 PM
Toronto Raptors vs. Miami Heat Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON
Tue
Apr 9 7:30 PM
Miami Heat vs. Philadelphia 76ers AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Wed
Apr 10 8:00 PM
Brooklyn Nets vs. Miami Heat Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
Sun
Apr 14 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference First Round: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Tue
Apr 16 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference First Round: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Wed
Apr 24 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference First Round: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Sun
Apr 28 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference First Round: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Tue
Apr 30 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Thu
May 2 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Wed
May 8 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Mon
May 13 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Tue
May 14 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference Finals: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Thu
May 16 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference Finals: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Thu
May 23 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference Finals: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
Tue
May 28 TBD
NBA Eastern Conference Finals: Miami Heat vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL

About  Miami Heat

History of the Miami Heat

The Miami Heat franchise dates back to 1988, when the National Basketball Association announced that they would be adding four teams to the league between 1988 and 1989. Miami was one of the four cities that were awarded a team, and they were named after the warm South Florida climate. Despite the name, the Heat did not get off to a hot start in their first few seasons in the NBA. The first four seasons saw the team increase their win total each season, capped by a 38-win season in 1992 that led to the franchise's first playoff appearance. They were ultimately swept out of the first round of the playoffs by the eventual NBA Finals champion Chicago Bulls. The 1996 season began a new era of basketball success for Miami when they hired future Hall of Fame coach Pat Riley. His experience helped to reshape the Heat roster with additions including Alonzo Mourning, Tim Hardaway and Jamal Mashburn. In only his second season at the controls, Riley helped to lead Miami to a 61-21 record and their first Atlantic Division title. Over the next four seasons, the Heat did not finish with anything below a .610 winning percentage. Although they did not make an appearance in the NBA Finals in any of those seasons, they were one of the most formidable opponents in the league. After years of success but no championships, the Heat began to retool their roster to have a better chance at an NBA title. But following career-altering injuries to Alonzo Mourning and Eddie Jones, and the departure of Tim Hardaway, Miami found itself back in the uncomfortable position of losing basketball games. Following the 2003 season, the team drafted talented guard Dwyane Wade in the NBA Draft. Along with players like Caron Butler and Lamar Odom, Wade's stellar play helped turn around the franchise that had only won 25 games the previous season. Miami finished 42-40, and fans could feel that this Heat team was the sign of big things to come.

 

Not many Heat fans could have guessed what was up Pat Riley's sleeve the following off-season. In a deal with the LA Lakers, the Heat traded Lamar Odom, Caron Butler and others in exchange for larger-than-life superstar Shaquille O'Neal. The lovable big man immediately changed the culture in South Beach, bringing with him three NBA titles. In his second season on the roster, O'Neal and Wade were able to deliver on that promise, beating the Dallas Mavericks in six games and winning the NBA Championship for the first time in team history. After O'Neal left Miami, the Heat entered a rebuilding mode trying put together the pieces to make another run at a championship. After a few years of mediocrity, the team brought was able to lure the two biggest free agents available to Miami - LeBron James and Chris Bosh. The two, along with Dwyane Wade, instantly made the Heat the team the beat in NBA. In just a few seasons together, the "Big 3" has already brought home two more championships to South Beach. Instead of the creation of one of the best dynasty's of all-time, the "Big 3" era in Miami was nothing more than a shooting star. James returned to Cleveland, Wade was disrespected in the offseason and chose to return home to Chicago, and Chris Bosh is dealing with severe health issues. With only two championships won during their four-year run, the Miami Heat fans were stunned when the trio broke up. Hassan Whiteside and Justise Winslow are now the main men in Miami. Two young, raw and athletic players, Whiteside and Winslow have the potential to be stars in the NBA for a long time coming. American Airlines Arena will never be the same without James and Wade together, but these players will be able to keep Miami in playoff contention over the next few years.

 

Most Recent Season

In the middle of the 2017-18 season, Dwyane Wade was traded back to Miami from the Cleveland Cavaliers. Wade mended his relationship with president Pat Riley and returned to South Beach where he hopes to finish his career. The Miami Heat finished the regular season 44-38 and clinched the Southeast Division. This allowed the team to advance to the postseason. In the First Round of the playoffs the Heat went up against the Philadelphia 76ers. During the series Wade passed Larry Bird on the NBA’s career postseason scoring list. Unfortunately, the Heat lost the series 4-1.

 

Upcoming Season

Although the Miami Heat did not have any picks in the 2018 NBA Draft, they still acquired a few new players for the upcoming season. Marcus Lee from University of California, Malik Newman from the Los Angeles Lakers, Yante Maten from University of Georgia, and Duncan Robinson from the University of Michigan all signed with the Heat for the 2018-19 season. It is still questionable whether or not Dwyane Wade will be returning for this season, but the rumor is he will be back for one more year before retirement. The 2018-19 Miami Heat season will kick off on October 17th at the Amway Center against the Orlando Magic. The Heat’s first game of the season will be on October 20th against the Charlotte Hornets. Will the Heat be able to return to the playoffs again this season? There is only one way to find out! TicketNetwork is your access for all Miami Heat tickets! Check out our vast selection of Miami Heat tickets and grab yours today!

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