2013-14 Season vs Los Angeles

HEAT @ Clippers
HEAT @ Clippers
Feb. 5, 2014
WIN: 116-112
The Miami HEAT played the final minutes the way championship teams are supposed to. LeBron James had 31 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds, Ray Allen hit a clinching 3-pointer in the final minute, and the HEAT snapped a five-game road losing streak against the Clippers. Allen had 15 points off the bench for the HEAT, who began a six-game road trip that will be interrupted four games in by the All-Star break. Dwyane Wade, one of seven Miami players scoring in double figures, had 14 points and eight assists in his 700th regular-season game. Chris Bosh also had 15 points, eight rebounds. Shane Battier contriibuted with 14 points while Chris Andersen added 12 points and seven rebounds.

Clippers vs HEAT
Clippers vs HEAT
Nov. 7, 2013
WIN: 97-102
Dwyane Wade had everything going. Jump shots, drives to the rim, passes out of the post. He was vintage, on a night when the Miami HEAT needed him to be that way. Wade scored 11 of his game-high 29 points in the fourth quarter, an ailing LeBron James added 18, and the HEAT got enough stops down the stretch to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 102-97 on Thursday night for their third straight win. Wade made 13 of 22 shots, added a team-best seven assists, and fueled the fourth-quarter burst that allowed the HEAT to build enough of a cushion to hold off the Clippers in the final minutes. Chris Bosh, playing for the first time since his wife delivered a baby earlier this week, finished with 12 points for Miami as did Ray Allen and Chris Andersen had 10.

2012-13 Season vs Los Angeles


Clippers vs HEAT
Feb 8, 2013
WIN: 89-111
The HEAT led by double-figures most of the way, with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade sitting most of the fourth quarter. Miami led by as many as 32 in the third quarter, taking control with a strong start to the second half. James led all scorers with 30 points, six assists and five rebounds. The HEAT had no problem disposing of the Clippers despite playing without Chris Bosh and Ray Allen, who were both out with the flu. Wade, who was also dealing with flu-like symptoms, finished with 20 points, seven assists and six rebounds. Mario Chalmers outplayed Clippers guard Chris Paul, scoring 18 points on 5-for-9 shooting.


HEAT @ Clippers
Nov. 14, 2012
LOSS: 100-107
LeBron James scored 30 points for the defending NBA champions, who lost their fifth in a row against the Clippers in Los Angeles. Ray Allen added 14 points, including four 3-pointers, as the Heat dropped to 2-2 on their current six-game trip. Wade was held to six points - well below his 18.4-point average - playing with a sprained left foot that kept him out of the morning shootaround. Miami led 54-52 at halftime. James wasted no time asserting himself with a driving dunk 12 seconds into the game. The Clippers answered with eight straight points, the biggest run either team managed in the half.

2012-13 Season vs Los Angeles


Preseason
HEAT vs Clippers
Oct. 14, 2012
LOSS: 99-89
DeAndre Jordan had 18 points and nine rebounds to help the Los Angeles Clippers beat the NBA champion Miami Heat 99-89 in an exhibition game Sunday. LeBron James had 11 points in 20 minutes in front of a crowd of 17,292 at Mercedes-Benz Arena.


Preseason
HEAT @ Clippers
Oct. 11, 2012
WIN: 94-80
LeBron James scored 20 points, and the Miami HEAT beat the Los Angeles Clippers 94-80 on Thursday in an NBA preseason game in China. The NBA champion HEAT will play the Clippers again Sunday in Shanghai. New addition Ray Allen had 15 points off the bench for Miami, hitting four 3-pointers. Dwyane Wade played in his first preseason game after surgery on his left knee but shot just 2 for 9, finishing with five points.

2011-12 Season vs Los Angeles


HEAT @ Clippers
Jan. 11, 2012
LOSS: 95-89
Lebron James' double-double (23 points, 13 rebounds) was not enough in the HEAT's 95-89 road loss to the Clippers. Chris Bosh had a double-double (16 points, 11 rebounds) and Dwyane Wade had 17 points in Miami's OT loss the second night in a row. Next, the HEAT travel to Denver on Friday for a game at 10:30 p.m. ET.

2010-11 Season vs Los Angeles


Clippers @ HEAT
Feb. 6, 2011
WIN: 97-79
Dwyane Wade posted 28 points, eight rebounds, and eight assists as the HEAT beat the Clippers 97-79 at American Airlines Arena on Sunday afternoon. Chris Bosh added 16 points and seven rebounds while Eddie House scored 15 points off the bench.


HEAT @ Clippers
Jan. 12, 2011
LOSS: 111-105
The Los Angeles Clippers scored 44 points in the first quarter as they won, 111-105, ending the Miami HEAT's win streak at nine. Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh combined for 84 points in the losing effort, which saw a late comeback fall short.

2009-10 Season vs Los Angeles


Clippers @ HEAT
March 10, 2010
WIN: 108 - 97
Dwyane Wade scored 27 points and Jermaine O'Neal added 19 Wednesday night as the HEAT took control early and cruised to a 108-97 win over the Clippers at home. Michael Beasley had 15 points and Mario Chalmers tallied 12 off the bench, including four 3-pointers.


HEAT @ Clippers
Jan 10, 2010
LOSS: 94-84
Dwyane Wade had 24 points while Michael Beasley scored 20 but the HEAT lost to the Clippers 94-84 Sunday in Los Angeles. Miami's six-game road trip continues Monday in Utah.

2008-09 Season vs Los Angeles


Clippers @ HEAT
February 2, 2008
WIN: 119-95
Dwyane Wade scored 32 points and dished out nine assists Monday night to lead the HEAT to a convincing 119-95 win over the lowly Clippers at home. Wade's backcourt mate Mario Chalmers tallied 15 points and eight assists. Michael Beasley added 18 points.


HEAT @ Clippers
November 29, 2008
LOSS: 97-96
Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem buried back-to-back jumpers in the final minute to pull the HEAT within one, but after a steal Miami couldn't score on its last possession in Saturday's 97-96 defeat to the host Clippers. Wade finished with 26 points and 11 assists, while Michael Beasley scored 24.

2007-08 Season vs Los Angeles


HEAT vs. Clippers
March 10, 2008
LOSS: 99-98
With All-Star Dwyane Wade expected to miss the rest of the season, HEAT coach Pat Riley will look to rookie Daequan Cook to pick up the slack. Cook did Monday, scoring a season-high 23 points as Miami erased a 16-point deficit before watching Ricky Davis' buzzer shot roll out in a 99-98 home loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.


HEAT @ Clippers
Dec. 9th, 2007
WIN: 100-94
The HEAT held off a fourth-quarter rally by the Clippers to post a 100-94 win on Sunday. Dwyane Wade recorded a double-double, notching 35 points and 10 assists.

2006-07 Season vs Los Angeles


HEAT vs. Clippers
Jan. 3rd, 2007
LOSS: 110-95
Still without Dwyane Wade and now without Pat Riley, Miami hung tough early but could not keep pace in Wednesday's 110-95 defeat to the Clippers. Jason Kapono scored 19 points and Alonzo Mourning and Robert Hite added 16 apiece. The HEAT will now begin a six-game West Coast road trip where it is possible Shaquille O'Neal may return to action.


HEAT @ Clippers
Dec. 5th, 2006
LOSS: 101-97
Dwyane Wade tallied 33 points, four rebounds and five assists, but the Heat came up short in a 101-97 road loss to the Clippers on Tuesday. Alonzo Mourning went 7-of-8 from the field on his way to 16 points, 11 boards and four blocks. Udonis Haslem added a double-double.

2005-06 Season vs Los Angeles


HEAT vs. Clippers
Jan. 30th, 2006
WIN: 118-114
The HEAT were hot from the field as they shot 55 percent (40-for-73) as a team in Monday's 118-114 home win over the Clippers. Dwyane Wade had 28 points and 11 assists and Shaquille O'Neal chipped in 25 points. Gary Payton hit a season-high five 3-pointers on the way to 19 points.


HEAT @ Clippers
Dec. 5th, 2005
LOSS: 99-89
Dwyane Wade's 29 points weren't enough as the HEAT took a 99-89 loss at the Clippers on Monday. Alonzo Mourning and Jason Williams each added 17 points, while Mourning grabbed 12 rebounds and Williams dished nine assists.

2004-05 Season vs Los Angeles


HEAT vs. Clippers
Jan. 16th, 2005
WIN: 113-95
The HEAT won their seventh straight game behind Damon Jones' career-high 31 points, as they defeated the Los Angeles Clippers, 113-95, at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Clippers held a three-point advantage, 20-17, at the 3:18 mark of the first quarter, but Jones' back-to-back 3-pointers gave Miami the lead that it never relinquished. The HEAT jumped out to as many 22 points as they headed into the All-Star break with an Eastern Conference best 40-14 record. Jones finished the game with a career-high eight makes from three-point land on 10 attempts, and a career-high nine field goals made.


HEAT @ Clippers
Jan. 14th, 2005
LOSS: 114-112
Darrick Martin's 23-foot jumper with .5 seconds remaining in double-overtime lifted the Los Angeles Clippers past the Miami HEAT, 114-112, to wrap up the HEAT's five-game West Coast swing. Miami, who played without the injured Dwyane Wade for the second straight game, blew a 16-point first-half lead as Los Angeles held a five-point advantage heading into the final minutes of the fourth period. Shaquille O'Neal made one of two free throws in the closing seconds of regulation to cap off a 6-1 HEAT run to send the game into its first overtime. O'Neal continued his heroics in the extra session, scoring six of the HEAT's 10 overtime points, including a nine-foot jumper that forced double overtime. With the scored knotted at 112 apiece, Martin drained a fading jumper to give the Clippers the win.

2003-04 Season vs Los Angeles


HEAT @ Clippers
Jan. 30th, 2004
WIN: 97-88
The Miami HEAT won its third consecutive home game on Friday, defeating the L.A. Clippers 97-88 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. The win also gave the HEAT a regular season sweep over the Clippers, having already recorded a 87-85 win at Los Angeles on Jan. 16. Lamar Odom led Miami with his 23rd double-double of the season, recording 25 points and 14 rebounds. Eddie Jones (16 points), Dwyane Wade (14 points), Rafer Alston (12 points) and Caron Butler (11 points) rounded out the HEAT's double figure scorers. Butler also added a career tying 11 rebounds in the game. Miami shot 42.7 percent from the field after connecting on 32-of-75 shot attempts including five three-pointers (5-of-16). The HEAT out-rebounded the Clippers 42-38 and scored 29 points off of 24 Los Angeles turnovers. The HEAT are 23-9 all-time versus the Clippers, which includes a 11-5 record at home.


HEAT @ Clippers
Jan. 16th, 2004
WIN: 87-85
The Miami HEAT ended two streaks on Friday night in Los Angeles, the first was a four game losing streak and second was a four game losing streak to the Clippers. Miami defeated Los Angeles 87-85 at the Staples Center. The game also was highlighted by Lamar Odom's first game versus the team that selected him in the 1999 NBA Draft. Eddie Jones led the HEAT in scoring with 21 points including a clutch three-pointer with 45.8 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter that proved to be the game winner. The Clippers had possession of the basketball with eight seconds left to play, but Corey Maggette failed to get a shot off over Odom, who turned the ball over on the previous possession. The HEAT won for the first time this season shooting under 40 percent after connecting on 32-of-86 attempts from the field.

2002-03 Season vs Los Angeles


HEAT @ Clippers
Dec. 4th, 2002
The Los Angeles Clippers swept the regular season series with Miami on Wednesday, recording an 89-80 victory at the Staples Center. Elton Brand poured in 25 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, as the Clippers extended its winning streak over the HEAT to four games. Los Angeles won both meetings last season. The Heat never got closer than nine points in the second half, trailed by as many as 18. Miami whittled the deficit to 38-35 with 3:15 left before halftime, but Piatkowski had seven points in an 11-2 run that closed the second quarter. Miami shot just 34 percent (15-of-44) over the opening 24 minutes. The HEAT never got closer than nine in the third quarter and trailed 73-55 heading into the final period. Brand had eight points and four rebounds in the quarter. The Clippers led 79-61 with 7:53 left before the HEAT put together a 9-2 (79-70) run but got no closer. Miami was led in scoring by Eddie House and Malik Allen with 12 points each, followed by 11 points from Brian Brant, who also had 10 rebounds for his ninth double-double of the season and fifth consecutive. Mike James and Travis Best chipped in with 10 points each to round out the double-figure scorers for the HEAT. Vladimir Stepania grabbed 11 rebounds and James dished out a career, season and team high eight assists.


HEAT vs. Clippers
Nov. 12th, 2002
The HEAT led 65-59 with 3:28 left in the third quarter, but watched as the Los Angeles Clippers rolled off a 22-1 run to take an 81-66 lead into the fourth quarter. The Clippers went on to defeat Miami 101-82 Tuesday night, handing the HEAT its third straight loss at home. The Clippers had five players reach double-figures, including a 25-point, 20 rebound effort by Elton Brand. His 20/20 effort versus the HEAT was the first since Kevin Willis (24 points, 22 rebounds) did it as a member of the Atlanta Hawks on February 10, 1994. Despite Miami also having five players reach double-figures, the HEAT only managed 11 field goals in the last two quarters. The Clippers shot 63 percent in the fourth quarter on 12-of-19 shot attempts and outscored the HEAT 28-16. Miami was led in scoring by Rasual Butler's career-high 15 points (10 in the second quarter). Caron Butler and Eddie Jones scored 14 points apiece, followed by Mike James (13 points) and Malik Allen (11 points). Brian Grant chipped in with nine points and recorded his fifth consecutive game with double-figure rebounds with 10.


HEAT vs. Clippers History
H/A DATE SCORE W/L HEAT LEADING SCORER OPP. LEADING SCORER
2002-03 Season
A 12/04/02 89-80 L ALLEN/HOUSE - 12 BRAND - 25
H 11/12/02 101-82 L R. BUTLER - 15 BRAND - 25
2001-02 Season
H 02/20/02 81-71 L STRICKLAND - 19 RICHARDSON - 25
A 12/04/01 87-83 L MOURNING - 21 BRAND - 23
2000-01 Season
H 02/13/01 101-99 W JONES - 22 ODOM - 19
A 12/13/00 94-88 W MASON - 24 ODOM - 18
1999-2000 Season
H 02/15/00 107-88 W MASHBURN - 26 PIATKOWSKI/MURDOCK - 15
A 12/06/99 99-91 W MOURNING - 25 ODOM - 20
1998-99 Season
NO GAMES
1997-98 Season
A 02/19/98 89-80 W MOURNING - 28 TAYLOR - 17
H 11/19/97 122-113 W HARDAWAY - 33 MURRAY - 32
1996-97 Season
H 04/01/97 97-87 W HARDAWAY/LENARD - 26 VAUGHT - 24
A 11/27/96 98-82 W MAJERLE - 26 MARTIN - 18
1995-96 Season
H 12/30/95 105-96 W OWENS - 34 B. WILLIAMS - 21
A 12/14/95 89-84 L GAMBLE - 24 VAUGHT - 20
1994-95 Season
A 03/17/95 120-98 W RICE - 45 VAUGHT - 22
H 12/29/94 126-83 W RICE - 35 H. ELLIS - 11
1993-94 Season
H 01/18/94 126-124 L RICE - 32 JACKSON - 24
A 01/08/94 109-90 W GEIGER - 23 MANNING - 27
1992-93 Season
A 03/18/93 133-117 W RICE - 26 MANNING - 29
H 03/05/93 109-105 W RICE/SEIKALY - 21 MANNING - 32
1991-92 Season
H 03/03/92 117-116 L RICE - 30 MANNING - 30
A 02/28/92 108-92 L EDWARDS - 24 MANNING - 34
1990-91 Season
H 03/05/91 116-113 W DOUGLAS - 27 HARPER - 31
A 12/30/90 112-97 W DOUGLAS - 25 BENJAMIN/NORMAN - 21
1989-90 Season
A 03/14/90 113-108 W DOUGLAS - 33 MANNING - 28
H 02/02/90 126-91 W EDWARDS - 29 SMITH - 21
1988-89 Season
A 03/15/89 109-103 W SPARROW - 29 BENJAMIN - 23
H 02/24/89 111-91 W EDWARDS - 22 BENJAMIN - 19
A 12/14/88 89-88 W CUMMINGS/LONG/THOMPSON - 15 MANNING - 23
H 11/05/88 111-91 L WASHINGTON - 16 NORMAN - 22