Waived center Manute Bol. Activated guard/forward Willie Burton from the injured list.
Signed guard/forward Glen Rice to a multi-year contract extension.
Placed guard Bimbo Coles on the injured list with a dislocated finger. Signed guard Morlon Wiley to a 10-day contract.
Activated guard Bimbo Coles from the injured list.
The HEAT clinches its second postseason berth in three years by defeating the Atlanta Hawks, 94-89, at Miami Arena. Miami is the only one of the four new expansion teams to make the playoffs more than once.
Miami opens the 1994 NBA Playoffs by defeating the Atlanta Hawks, 93-88, at the
Omni in Atlanta. It is the HEAT's first playoff win in franchise history.
The HEAT earns its first playoff home win with a 90-86 victory over the Hawks at Miami Arena.
Miami signs Head Coach Kevin Loughery to a multi-year contract extension.
The HEAT selects guard Khalid Reeves from the University of Arizona with the 12th pick in the NBA Draft. Miami also selects forward Jeff Webster from Oklahoma in the second round (40th overall).
HEAT guard Steve Smith is a member of the 1994 United States gold medal winning team at the World Championship of Basketball that is held in Toronto, Canada. HEAT Trainer Ron Culp is one of the trainers on the United States squad.
Re-signed center Matt Geiger.
Center Ed Stokes signs in Europe with Stefanel Milan (Italy).
The Miami HEAT announces that Whit Hudson has purchased a partnership interest in the HEAT. Miami also announces that Billy Cunningham and Lewis Schaffel have sold their interests in the team.
Ed Badger is signed and Alvin Gentry is re-signed as assistant coaches on Kevin Loughery's staff.
1994 second-round draft pick Jeff Webster signs in Europe with Dafni (Greece).
Re-signed guard/forward Keith Askins. Signed forwards Chucky Brown and Andre Spencer and guards Ledell Eackles, Jerome Harmon, Steve Henson and Kevin Pritchard.
Waived guard Jerome Harmon.
Waived forward Andre Spencer.
Waived forward Chucky Brown and guards Steve Henson and Kevin Pritchard.
The NBA rejects bid for sale of the HEAT to Whit Hudson.
Traded center Rony Seikaly to Golden State in exchange for guard/forward Billy
Owens and the rights to guard Sasha Danilovic. Placed guard/forward Keith
Askins on injured list with tendinitis in his left achilles tendon. Waived forward/center Alec Kessler.
Waived guard/forward Willie Burton.
Acquired forward/center Kevin Willis and a future first-round draft choice from the Atlanta Hawks for guard Steve Smith, forward Grant Long and a future second-round choice.
Signed guard Bimbo Coles to a multi-year contract extension.
Activated guard/forward Keith Askins from the injured list.
The HEAT defeat the Los Angeles Clippers by 43 points (126-83), Miami's largest
margin of victory in franchise history.
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