2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
39-33, 2nd in Southeast
The Heat's bench comes up big vs. Knicks (0:55)

Olynyk's big night helps Heat past Knicks, 119-98

Kelly Olynyk scored 22 points and handed out a career-high 10 assists, Tyler Johnson added 22 points and the Miami Heat had little trouble on the way to beating the New York Knicks 119-98 on Wednesday night.

Johnson sinks quick 3-pointer for Heat (0:22)
Olynyk nutmegs O'Quinn to set up slam (0:19)
Winslow flexes after tough and-1 layup (0:17)
Dragic connects with Johnson for easy dunk (0:20)

Stats system crashes in Heat's 2-overtime win

James Johnson scored a career-high 31 points, Kelly Olynyk added 30 off the bench and the Miami Heat set a franchise single-game scoring record by beating the Denver Nuggets 149-141 in double overtime Monday night.

Johnson pulls the okie doke for bucket (0:25)
Ellington tight ropes the line for the 3-pointer (0:49)
Bam reaches all the way back for the crazy slam (0:22)
Plumlee throws down vicious slam (0:23)
LeBron's vicious posterizer on Terry five years ago (0:31)
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Walton: Lakers lacked toughness in 1-point loss

Luke Walton wasn't happy with his Lakers' effort in their loss Friday to the Heat, saying the team needs to play tougher and cut down on the turnovers.

Heat edge Lakers by a point (1:14)

Dragic lifts Heat past Lakers 92-91

Goran Dragic scored 30 points, including a go-ahead jumper in the final seconds, and the Miami Heat beat the Los Angeles Lakers 92-91 on Friday night.

Dragic hits the game-winning jumper (0:15)

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Luke Walton says Miami "was tougher than us tonight. That's really frustrating." Walton said he wanted to go to Julius Randle on last play but Lonzo Ball's man went to help on Randle. Walton said he can live with an open shot by Isaiah Thomas at the end.

Olynyk denies IT (0:15)
McGruder denies the Lakers, then scores (0:22)
Johnson caps off his hot 7-point start (0:15)
Dragic, Heat fall to the Kings (1:26)

Randolph comes through in OT to help Kings beat Heat 123-119

De'Aaron Fox made a layup at the buzzer to force overtime, Zach Randolph scored the first three points of the extra period and finished with 22, and the Sacramento Kings recovered after blowing a 16-point lead in the fourth quarter to beat the Miami...

Bogdonavic hits the go-ahead 3-pointer for the Kings (0:25)
Fox comes up big with the game-tying buzzer-beater for the Kings (0:54)

Team Stats

Points Per Game103.324th
Rebounds Per Game43.119th
Assists Per Game22.718th
Points Allowed102.94th

Team History