2017-18 Season vs Brooklyn

Nets vs HEAT
Nets vs HEAT
March 31, 2018
LOSS: 110-109 (OT)
Although Dwyane Wade had a slow start against the Nets, he came through down the stretch as usual. In fact, Wade scored eight points in the fourth quarter and overtime period combined, including a nifty finish in transition to get off the schneid. Of course, the 36-year-old also distributed the ball quite well throughout, with no pass more vital than one to JJ late in overtime. Despite all of Wade’s late-game heroics, it ultimately wasn’t enough in the end. In all, the guard tallied 13 points, four rebounds, four assists, one steal and one block.
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  • HEAT vs Nets
    HEAT vs Nets
    Jan. 19, 2018
    LOSS: 101-95
    Hassan Whiteside picked up where he left off in his previous game against the Bucks and wreaked havoc versus the Nets early on. In fact, he tallied 15 points, eight rebounds and three blocks in the first half alone and came through with a fantastic spin and jam that froze Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. Whether it was dunks like that or finishes at the rim thanks to some nice footwork, Whiteside took advantage of his matchup and delivered. Another notable sequence came later in the fourth quarter when the 7-footer showed superb effort on an offensive rebound with a bunch of Nets around him. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough in the end. In all, Whiteside led the team with 22 points on 9-of-17 shooting, 13 rebounds (five offensive) and four blocks.
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  • Nets vs HEAT
    Nets vs HEAT
    Dec. 29, 2017
    LOSS: 111-87
    Although the HEAT had a tough first half, Hassan Whiteside was extremely active on both ends from the very beginning. In fact, the big fella hit his first four shots, set some great screens to free up Goran Dragić and also altered a handful of shots on the defensive end. Whiteside finished with 17 points on 6-of-11 shooting, eight rebounds (three offensive), two steals and a block.
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  • HEAT vs Nets
    HEAT vs Nets
    Dec. 9, 2017
    WIN: 101-89
    While Justise Winslow has had better scoring outputs in his career than on Saturday night, his performance against the Nets was still very encouraging. The 21-year-old drilled a career-high four threes and didn’t miss a single shot from beyond the arc. As a whole, Winslow simply got to his comfort zones on the floor and anticipated the pass from his teammates. All that said, his most impressive play of the night came on the defensive end when he blocked Tyler Zeller at the rim in the fourth. Throughout the contest, Winslow defended Quincy Acy, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Caris LeVert quite well. In all, the former Duke Blue Devil scored a season-high 15 points on 5-of-6 shooting, grabbed six boards and blocked two shots.
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  • HEAT vs Nets
    HEAT vs Nets
    Oct. 5, 2017
    Preseason
    LOSS: 107-88
    Hassan Whiteside was locked in from the very start. How so? Well, he kicked off the game with a great block on D’Angelo Russell, which resulted in an attack from Goran Dragić in transition. Shortly thereafter, Whiteside finished a massive alley-oop jam off a pick-and-roll with James Johnson. As the first half went on, the 7-footer absorbed some contact inside and gave Miami a few second-chance opportunities. That wasn’t all though, as Whiteside showed his entire repertoire with an abundance of mid-range jumpers throughout the contest. In all, the 28-year-old tallied 19 points on 8-of-12 shooting, nine rebounds and two blocks.

    2016-17 Season vs Brooklyn

    HEAT vs Nets
    HEAT vs Nets
    Feb. 10, 2017
    WIN: 108-99
    To put it simply, James Johnson did it all against the Nets. Whether it was post-ups, relentless drives or nifty pull-up jumpers, Johnson came through in a big way. Of course, he also showed his versatility on both ends by handling the ball often and defending Brook Lopez. The 29-year-old scored a season-high 26 points on 11-of-17 shooting, grabbed eight rebounds, blocked three shots, dished out two assists and tallied a team-high plus-17 rating.

    Nets vs HEAT
    Nets vs HEAT
    Jan. 30, 2017
    WIN: 104-96
    As usual, James Johnson did a little bit of everything for Miami. For a majority of the contest, the 29-year-old bullied his way to the rack and either finished tough plays or drew contact. He also had a great stretch towards the end of the third quarter where he threw up a lob for Willie Reed, nailed a corner three and hit a pull-up jumper in transition. That was fine and dandy, but his put-back jam with 56.9 seconds remaining in the fourth essentially sealed the deal. Of course, Johnson also came to play on the defensive end too, as he guarded Bojan Bogdanovic and Trevor Booker well throughout the game. In all, Johnson scored 17 points on 6-of-11 shooting, dished out five assists, grabbed four boards, blocked three shots and stole the ball twice. That’s called stuffing the stat sheet.

    HEAT vs Nets
    HEAT vs Nets
    Jan. 25, 2017
    WIN: 109-106
    Well, Dion Waiters did it again. After nailing the game-winning 3-pointer against the Warriors, the 25-year-old continued to come up big in crunch time on Wednesday night. In fact, Waiters scored 14 points on 6-of-7 shooting in the fourth, including a huge three that put the HEAT up 107-103 with 6.8 seconds remaining. Up until that point, Waiters had primarily attacked with some very tough finishes at the basket. In short, he had the whole repertoire on display against the Nets. In addition to his 24 points on 10-of-18 shooting, Waiters also tallied eight assists and five rebounds.

    Nets vs HEAT
    Nets vs HEAT
    Oct. 11, 2016
    Preseason
    WIN: 121-100
    Two of Miami’s newcomers, Wayne Ellington and Derrick Williams, looked very comfortable against the Nets. Thanks to the hot shooting of both, the HEAT blew the game wide open and outscored Brooklyn 38-17 in the third quarter. Hassan Whiteside, meanwhile, led the way for Miami with 21 points, 14 rebounds (five offensive) and four blocks.

    2015-16 Season vs Brooklyn

    Nets vs HEAT
    Nets vs HEAT
    March 28, 2016
    WIN: 110-99
    Entering the night, Dwyane Wade had averaged 26.3 points per game on 62 percent shooting against the Nets. This may sound crazy, but the vet actually surpassed those averages on Monday. In short, Wade had a fantastic all-around performance against Brooklyn. In the first half, the 34-year-old was up to his usual tricks in the post and also attacked from the perimeter. That wasn’t all to Wade’s night, though. Not by a long shot. In the second half, he continued to have the hot hand and remained in attack mode. Whether it was mid-range jumpers, bank shots or drives to the rim, Wade took them and made them all evening. In addition to his 30 points and nine assists on an incredible 14-of-19 shooting, he also had two rebounds, two steals and two blocks. Hassan Whiteside, meanwhile, had a career-high 27 points to go along with eight boards and a block.

    HEAT vs Nets
    HEAT vs Nets
    Jan. 26, 2016
    WIN: 102-98
    Much like against the Bulls on Monday night, Dwyane Wade came through in the clutch against the Nets. The wily vet scored 11 of his 27 points in the fourth, including a fantastic jumper that put Miami up by six with a little over one minute to go. While Wade was key down the stretch as usual, he started to really find a rhythm late in the second quarter. The 34-year-old scored eight of the HEAT’s last ten points in the first half and aggressively attacked the basket. Wade also played fantastic defense and created for his teammates throughout the contest. He manufactured back-to-back transition scores for Miami in the third quarter thanks to crafty steals and also contested Wayne Ellington quite well down the stretch. In addition to his 27 points, Wade totaled eight assists, four rebounds, three steals and two blocks. Like Wade, Chris Bosh had a great outing against Brooklyn and did a lot of damage in the fourth quarter. Thanks to a number of mid-range jumpers, the 31-year-old scored seven points in the fourth. His teammates did a great job all night of finding him in his comfort zones. Earlier in the game, Bosh had a stellar start to the second quarter. During that stretch, he scored seven straight points in a little over one minute of game time, including a fantastic and-one. Bosh utilized some crafty shot fakes inside to draw fouls and finish plays in the first half. In short, he had the entire repertoire on display on Tuesday night. Bosh shot 12-18 for his 27 points, grabbed five boards and dished out four assists.

    Nets vs HEAT
    Nets vs HEAT
    Dec. 28, 2015
    LOSS: 111-105
    Chris Bosh connected on his first five shots and was instrumental in Miami’s offensive attack. Early on, the versatile big stretched the floor with a number of spot-up corner threes thanks to some solid ball movement by the HEAT. Perhaps his best sequence came late in the third quarter where he nabbed two offensive boards and hit a 3-pointer after sizing-up Thomas Robinson on the right wing all on the same possession. In all, Bosh shot 7-of-8 for his 24 points, including a perfect 5-of-5 from downtown, and also grabbed 12 boards. Like Bosh, Dwyane Wade also hit his first five shots from the field and had a stellar first half. He shot 7-of-11 for his 24 points, including 10-of-12 from the charity stripe, and dished out six assists against the Nets.

    HEAT vs Nets
    HEAT vs Nets
    Dec. 16, 2015
    WIN: 104-98
    Although Dwyane Wade missed shootaround on the morning of the game due to an illness, you wouldn’t have noticed by the way he played in Brooklyn. Wade was simply in attack mode from the onset, as he poured in 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting in the first quarter alone. While Wade had a great opening quarter, his biggest contribution came in the fourth as the Nets were mounting a comeback. He scored 10 of his 28 points in the period and had the mid-range jumper going. In addition to his 28 points on 13-of-17 shooting, Wade also grabbed five boards and blocked three shots on the night.

    2014-15 Season vs Brooklyn

    HEAT vs Nets
    Nets vs HEAT
    Mar. 11, 2015
    WIN: 98-104
    Dwyane Wade started the game with a pass-first mentality and set up his teammates very well with some excellent feeds. He had five assists alone in the first quarter, with many of those going to Chris Andersen. Wade had plenty of nice shots in the post and also converted on a few floaters down the stretch. Both Wade and Dragić showed some nice chemistry in the third quarter, which will be great to see moving forward. Wade finished the game with 28 points, nine assists and three boards. Miami tallied 23 assists on 37 made field goals against the Nets. That fluid offense enabled a lot of guys to get in a rhythm. In particular, Chris Andersen was a recipient of some great passes. Andersen also fought hard on the offensive glass and gave Miami plenty of second-chance opportunities. He tied a career-high with 18 points and grabbed 14 rebounds (five offensive) against Brooklyn. With both teams vying for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, this game was very important. Thanks to the strong start, the HEAT were able to gain an early lead on the Nets. Brooklyn would fight back and get close, especially in the second half, but Miami remained in control. With the Nets surging, Mario Chalmers hit a clutch three to put the HEAT up 101-93 with 41.6 seconds left. Wade found Chalmers with a great cross-court pass after he drove inside from the left wing. Udonis Haslem also had a solid performance on Wednesday night. The co-captain worked very hard down low and tallied a season-high nine rebounds to go along with his seven points.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    Nets vs HEAT
    Jan. 4, 2015
    WIN: 84-88
    Chris Bosh made sure the HEAT would come out with a victory on Sunday night. Early on, Bosh was the beneficiary of some great passes from Dwyane Wade and got some nice looks. While Bosh primarily attacked from outside, he was 3-of-4 from downtown, he also aggressively drove to the hoop at times during the game. In all, Bosh shot 10-of-16 for his 26 points and grabbed five rebounds. Early on against the Nets, Wade found Bosh with some great passes that got him going. From there, Bosh continued to knock down jumpers with relative ease. Later in the game, Bosh returned the favor and found Wade for some nice looks as well. Wade finished the game with 25 points, seven assists and six rebounds. Whiteside registered his first double-double in a HEAT uniform, as he scored 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. He also blocked five shots.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    HEAT @ Nets
    Dec. 16, 2014
    WIN: 95-91
    With all the injuries plaguing the Miami HEAT, Dwyane Wade made sure his presence would be felt in a big way. Wade set the tone for the HEAT in the first quarter, as he scored Miami’s first ten points and started a red-hot 4-of-5 from the field. As the game wore on, Wade continued to hit tough, contested mid-range jumpers and also made some clutch plays down the stretch for Miami. In all, Wade scored 28 points on 50 percent shooting, grabbed five boards and dished out four assists. Luol Deng continued to play well scoring 18 points, six rebounds and four assists. Chris Andersen had a good outing against the Nets. Andersen made some great hustle plays and affected plenty of shots at the rim. As a result of his great play early on, Andersen played in crunch time to seal the deal on Brooklyn. In all, Andersen scored four points, grabbed nine boards and swatted two shots. Hopefully his hot play continues as the HEAT begin their homestand Wednesday night.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    HEAT @ Nets
    Nov. 17, 2014
    WIN: 95-83
    Once again, Mario Chalmers stepped up in the absence of Dwyane Wade. Chalmers was extremely aggressive against the Nets, as he attempted a career-high 13 free-throws on the night. He also made some great decisions with the ball and drew some timely fouls in the fourth quarter. In all, he scored 22 points, had five assists and three boards. Norris Cole was key in the third quarter and finished the game with 12 points and three assists. Five players scored in double-figures and nearly everyone was involved in the win. Shabazz Napier was very effective early on and made some excellent hustle plays against the Nets. He finished with 11 points, three rebounds and three assists. James Ennis played a career-high 36 minutes and made the most of them, having his best game as a pro. He closed out well on shooters and contested shots on the defensive end. Offensively, he kept up the excellent passing from Sunday night and also scored a career-high ten points on 4-of-7 shooting. Ennis also grabbed a career-high eight rebounds. Dwyane Wade (hamstring), Josh McRoberts (foot) and Luol Deng (wrist) sat out. As a result, Danny Granger started on Monday night.

    2013-14 Playoffs: Round 2 vs Brooklyn

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    Nets vs HEAT
    May 14, 2014
    WIN: 94-96
    Thanks to great defensive pressure, Miami closed Game 5 on a 13-3 run to seal Brooklyn’s fate and end its season. On the last play of the game, LeBron James and Ray Allen brought the intensity to Joe Johnson and made sure he couldn’t even get a shot off as time expired. The play prompted James to head to the broadcaster’s table and celebrate with the fans. James finished with 29 points, nine rebounds and five assists. Previously, things were looking bleak for the HEAT, down eight with 4:48 remaining in the game. But from there, Miami held Brooklyn to 0-of-8 shooting and zero points until Johnson made a 3-pointer with 11 seconds left. The HEAT swarmed to the ball, furiously rotated and contested nearly every shot the Nets took down the stretch. Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh played very well throughout the game to keep the HEAT in it. Bosh hit timely 3-pointers and finished with 16 points on 6-of-11 shooting, including 4-of-6 from beyond the arc. Wade was absolutely on fire in the first half, scoring 20 of his 28 points before halftime. He made quick, smart decisions with the ball and was locked-in all game.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    HEAT @ Nets
    May 12, 2014
    WIN: 102-96
    LeBron James responded to a quiet final three quarters in Game 3 by tying his playoff career high with 49 points. James shot 16-for-24 from the field and dominated the Nets, whether operating out of the post, driving to the rim, or pulling up from behind the arc. He also grabbed six rebounds and collected three steals. The Nets built a small second quarter lead with James on the bench, only for him to come back and score at will in the paint, giving the HEAT an advantage that wasn't erased until early in the fourth quarter. From then on it was nip and tuck until the final minute. Chris Bosh connected on a corner 3-pointer late in the shot clock to give the HEAT a 97-94 lead with 57.3 seconds remaining. Joe Johnson missed a runner and then Dwyane Wade (15 points) snagged two offensive rebounds on the HEAT's ensuing possession that effectively ended the game.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    HEAT @ Nets
    May 10, 2014
    LOSS: 90-104
    The Miami HEAT fell to the Brooklyn Nets 104-90 Saturday night at Barclays Center. LeBron James led the way for the HEAT with 28 points, eight rebounds and five assists. Dwyane Wade had 20 points, while Chris Bosh added 12 and five rebounds. James Jones and Ray Allen both had nine points each. Miami had trouble hitting from downtown on Saturday night. The HEAT were moving the ball well and getting good looks, but just couldn’t knock them down. In all, the HEAT shot 8-of-24 from three. James Jones came in and hit a few 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to help Miami get back in the game, but it was too late.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    Nets vs HEAT
    May 8, 2014
    WIN: 82-94
    For a second straight the game, the Miami HEAT proved they were more than just the Big Three. A balanced effort led the HEAT to a 94-82 victory against the Brooklyn Nets Thursday at AmericanAirlines Arena. Miami had five players score in double-figures, led by LeBron James' 22 points, four rebounds and three assists. Center Chris Bosh finished with 18 points and six rebounds while guard Dwyane Wade added 14 and Ray Allen 13. Guard Mario Chalmers ended with 11 points and five assists. The HEAT trailed most of the way until Allen hit a 3-pointer to put Miami ahead 61-58 with 3:04 remaining in the third quarter.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    Nets vs HEAT
    May 6, 2014
    WIN: 86-107
    LeBron James scored 22 points and five rebounds, Ray Allen added 19 and the HEAT stayed perfect in this postseason by beating the Nets 107-86 on Tuesday night in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series. Chris Bosh had a double-double scoring 15 points and 11 rebounds. Dwyane Wade added 14 while Mario Chalmers had 12. Miami outscored the Nets 33-23 in the third quarter. The HEAT shot 70 percent in the decisive quarter, with seven different players scoring. Miami led by many as 23 in the fourth quarter before the Nets' starters were pulled.

    2013-14 Season vs Brooklyn

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    Nets vs HEAT
    Apr. 8, 2014
    LOSS: 88-87
    The Miami HEAT fell to the Brooklyn Nets 88-87 Tuesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. LeBron James led the way for the HEAT with 29 points, 10 rebounds and six assists. On a night when the HEAT were again without Dwyane Wade and Greg Oden in addition to Udonis Haslem, LeBron James continued to play at a high level. James finished the game 9-of-16 shooting for his 29 points and relentlessly attacked the Nets. Center Chris Bosh scored 12 points and six rebounds, Norris Cole had 10 points and Rashard Lewis chipped in with nine points for the HEAT.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    Nets vs HEAT
    Mar. 12, 2014
    LOSS: 96-95
    Chris Bosh led the HEAT with 24 points, giving him 15,003 for his career, and seven rebounds while Dwyane Wade added 22 points. Forward LeBron James finished with 19 points, seven assists and five rebounds. Mario Chalmers contributed Wednesday night with 14 points.The HEAT gave up 22 points off turnovers and were hit with two technicals (on Wade and Chalmers) for arguing calls within a 92-second span of the third quarter.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    HEAT @ Nets
    Jan. 10, 2014
    LOSS: 95-104
    James had 36 points, seven rebounds and five assists, but fouled out on an offensive foul with 36 seconds left in the first overtime and the HEAT trailing by two. Miami pushed it to a second overtime without him, but it was all Nets from there against a HEAT team that was already missing Dwyane Wade and two other starters. Norris Cole scored 18 points, but Ray Allen was 2 of 14 for nine points in place of Wade, who rested his sore knees after playing 39 minutes in a loss at New York on Thursday. Shane Battier and Mario Chalmers also sat out the game.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    HEAT @ Nets
    Nov. 1, 2013
    LOSS: 100-101
    The Miami HEAT dropped their second straight game Friday night, losing to the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center. The HEAT once again fell behind early in the game before rallying late. LeBron James excelled for the HEAT down the stretch, finishing with 26 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists. Dwyane Wade added 21 points and 5 rebounds, while Chris Bosh battled foul trouble, finishing with 17 points. Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers both contributed with 12 points each.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    Preseason
    Nets vs HEAT
    Oct. 25, 2013
    LOSS: 108-87
    Dwyane Wade had a little bit of a bloody lip, courtesy of a first-half hit from Pierce. The game was tied at 40 with about 6 minutes left in the half - and over the next 17 minutes, the Nets went on a 49-18 run to pull away. Udonis Haslem went 8 for 9 from the field and scored 16 points for Miami, which got 12 from Mario Chalmers (on 6 for 7 shooting) and 12 from Ray Allen. Michael Beasley scored 11 for the HEAT. James and Bosh got the night off to rest. The HEAT will hoist the franchise's third NBA championship banner on Tuesday night before opening the season at home against the Chicago Bulls.

    Miami HEAT vs Brooklyn Nets
    Preseason
    HEAT @ Nets
    Oct. 17, 2013
    LOSS: 62-86
    James and Chris Bosh each finished with 16 points for the HEAT, who shot 32 percent. Miami managed just 12 points in the second quarter, when it went mostly with reserves and fell behind 44-28. Dwyane Wade sat out for the HEAT. Dwyane Wade sat out for the HEAT in addition to key reserves Allen and Chris Andersen, while the Nets remained without Jason Terry and Andrei Kirilenko from their bench.

    2012-13 Season vs Brooklyn


    HEAT @ Nets
    Jan 30, 2013
    WIN: 105-85
    A game-changing third quarter turned a tight game into the HEAT's 105-85 rout over the Brooklyn Nets, their 13th straight win. LeBron James had 24 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, Dwyane Wade added 21 points and Chris Bosh had 16 for the HEAT, who outscored the Nets 56-36 in the second half after it was tied at halftime.


    Nets vs HEAT
    Dec. 1, 2012
    WIN: 89-102
    Dwyane Wade scored a season-high 34 points and had seven assists to lead the HEAT. The HEAT trailed most of the first half before taking control in the third quarter. Miami shot 51 percent against a Nets team that had held opponents to 90 points a game. James finished with 21 points on 8 of 15 shooting. He also had nine rebounds and six assists. The HEAT rallied from a 14-point, first-half deficit behind the play of James and Wade. They also received a lift off the bench from Ray Allen (13 points) and Norris Cole (12 points).


    Nets @ HEAT
    Nov. 7, 2012
    WIN: 73-103
    The Miami HEAT defeated the Brooklyn Nets 103-73 Wednesday at AmericanAirlines Arena. Guard Dwyane Wade led all scorers with 22 points for the HEAT, who shot 52 percent from the field. Forward LeBron James finished with 20 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists while swingman Rashard Lewis added 13 points off the bench. After the defense was questioned through four games, the HEAT turned in their best performance of the season. They held the Nets to 37 percent shooting, including 3-for-21 from 3-point range. Miami shook off a slow start before taking control in the third quarter. The HEAT got a little help from the 3-pointer, hitting 10-for-24 from the arc.

    2011-12 Season vs New Jersey


    HEAT @ Nets
    Apr. 16, 2012
    WIN: 101-98
    In front of what felt like Miami North, the Nets hit the Heat with their best shot. It was almost enough, but LeBron James, playing without Dwyane Wade, scored the Heat's final 17 points in a 101-98 victory. James finished with 37 points, seven assists and six rebounds. Chris Bosh added 22 points and 15 rebounds for the Heat.


    HEAT vs. Nets
    Mar. 6, 2012
    WIN: 108-78
    The Miami Heat defeated the New Jersey Nets 108-78 Tuesday at AmericanAirlines Arena. Despite guard Dwyane Wade not playing the second half, the Heat were in control throughout. Forward Chris Bosh scored 20 points in his first game since missing the past three to attend the funeral of his grandmother


    HEAT @ Nets
    Jan. 7, 2012
    WIN: 101-90
    Behind 24 first-half points from LeBron James (32 points, 9 assists, 7 rebounds), the Miami HEAT took a double-digit lead in the first quarter against the New Jersey Nets and never looked back. Miami shot 50 percent from the field while holding New Jersey below 35 percent.

    2010-11 Season vs New Jersey


    HEAT @ Nets
    April 3, 2011
    WIN: 108-94
    LeBron James exploded for 31 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists and three steals as the HEAT defeated the Nets 108-94 on the road Sunday. Dwyane Wade added 18 points and five assists while Erick Dampier had 10 points and 14 rebounds.


    HEAT @ Nets
    Oct. 31, 2010
    WIN: 101-78
    Less than 48 hours after topping the Orlando Magic by 26 in their home opener, the Miami HEAT hardly experienced a letdown in beating the New Jersey Nets, 101-78, on the road Sunday afternoon. In fact, from top to bottom, the HEAT might have been even better.

    2009-10 Season vs New Jersey


    Nets @ HEAT
    April 14, 2010
    WIN: 94-84 in Double OT
    Michael Beasley had a double-double (25 points, 13 rebounds) as the HEAT swept the Nets for the season with a 94-86 double-OT win on Wednesday night at American Airlines Arena. With the win, the HEAT clinched the #5 seed in the East and will face the Boston Celtics in the first round of the NBA Playoffs.


    HEAT @ Nets
    March 22, 2010
    WIN: 99-89
    Dwyane Wade's double-double with 27 points and 12 rebounds helped the HEAT to a 99-89 victory over the Nets on Monday night at the IZOD Center. This was their third victory over New Jersey this season. Jermaine O'Neal netted 25 points and Michael Beasley had 16.


    HEAT @ Nets
    Feb. 17, 2010
    WIN: 87-84
    Michael Beasley (23 points, 11 rebounds) notched a double-double as the HEAT rallied in the final minutes to beat the Nets 87-84 Wednesday night on the road. Quentin Richardson added 16 points and 14 rebounds as the HEAT won without Dwyane Wade, who went to the locker room for treatment in the first quarter after a hard fall on his back.


    Nets @ HEAT
    Nov. 14, 2009
    WIN: 81-80
    Dwyane Wade scored 22 points and hit a last-second three-pointer which secured an 81-80 victory Saturday night over the Nets at American Airlines Arena. Udonis Haslem scored 28 points with 12 rebounds and Quentin Richardson added 13. The HEAT improve to 7-2 and take on the Thunder on Tuesday.

    2008-09 Season vs New Jersey


    HEAT @ Nets
    March 20, 2009
    Loss: 96-88
    Dwyane Wade returned from his one-game hip flexor injury to play a superb all-around game (27 points, eight rebounds, six assists), but the HEAT were unable to pull out the win, losing 96-88 to the New Jersey Nets on the road Friday night. Michael Beasley continued his stellar play with 17 points in the contest. Jermaine O'Neal chipped in with 15.


    Nets @ HEAT
    January 3, 2009
    WIN: 101-96
    Dwyane Wade shook off a knee injury scare and took over the game in a big way on Saturday. Wade came up with several clutch blocks and finished with 29 points to lift the HEAT to its third straight win over the Nets, a 101-96 overtime victory.


    HEAT @ Nets
    December 20, 2008
    WIN: 106-103
    Dwyane Wade erupted for a season-tying best 43 points, his fourth 40-plus scoring performance this season, and Udonis Haslem buried a clutch jumper with 14.7 seconds left as the HEAT edged the host Nets, 106-103, on Saturday. Daequan Cook contributed with 17 points.


    HEAT vs. Nets
    November 10, 2008
    WIN: 99-94
    Dwyane Wade took over down the stretch Monday, scoring 19 of his 33 points in the fourth quarter as the HEAT - playing without Shawn Marion - erased a 10-point deficit to edge the New Jersey Nets, 99-94, to improve to 3-0 at home.


    HEAT vs. Nets (Preseason London)
    Oct. 12, 2008
    LOSS: 94-92
    The New Jersey Nets held on for a 94-92 win over the Miami Heat in this sold out NBA preseason game at the 02 in London, England.


    HEAT vs. Nets (Preseason Paris)
    Oct. 09, 2008
    LOSS: 100-98
    Michael Beasley and the HEAT rallied in the fourth quarter to force overtime, but could not maintain the momentum in Thursday's 100-98 preseason loss to the Nets in Paris at NBA Europe Live. Beasley and Dwyane Wade scored 21 points apiece, while Shawn Marion chipped in with 10. The teams meet again on Sunday in London.

    2007-08 Season vs New Jersey


    HEAT vs. Nets
    Feb. 02, 2008
    LOSS: 94-85
    Superstar Dwyane Wade flirted with a triple-double and the Heat flirted with beating the Nets. However, both came up short in Friday night's 94-85 home setback to New Jersey.


    HEAT vs. Nets
    Dec. 21, 2007
    LOSS: 107-103
    After Udonis Haslem beat the buzzer with two of his 18 points at the end of the fourth, the Heat couldn't hold off the Nets in overtime as they dropped a 107-103 decision on Thursday. Dwyane Wade led Miami in scoring with a game-high 41 points.


    HEAT @ Nets
    Nov. 17, 2007
    WIN: 91-87
    Dwyane Wade scored 23 points and posted nine assists, as the HEAT overcame a late surge by the Nets to record a 91-87 road victory on Saturday. Wade was 6-for-9 from the foul line in the final two minutes to help preserve the win. Shaquille O'Neal added 18 points and five rebounds.

    2006-07 Season vs New Jersey


    HEAT @ Nets
    March 15, 2007
    WIN: 93-86
    Shaquille O'Neal scored 12 of his 19 points in the third quarter as Miami outscored New Jersey by 10 in the period and held on Thursday for a 93-86 road win. Udonis Haslem tallied 21 points and 12 rebounds, while Jason Williams added 13 points and 12 assists.


    HEAT vs. Nets
    December 29, 2006
    LOSS: 91-81
    Dorell Wright tallied a career-high 21 points, seven rebounds, four assists, four steals and six blocks, but the HEAT came up short in a 91-81 loss to the Nets on Friday. Jason Williams posted 17 points and four rebounds and Alonzo Mourning added 12 and nine.


    HEAT @ Nets
    November 10, 2006
    WIN: 113-106
    Miami erased a 10-point halftime deficit on Friday night to defeat the Nets on the road 113-106. Dwyane Wade led the way with 34 points and 10 assists, while Udonis Haslem collected 28 points and nine rebounds.


    HEAT vs. Nets
    November 3, 2006
    WIN: 91-85
    Shaquille O'Neal dropped in 21 points for the Heat, who rebounded from an opening-night loss with a 91-85 home victory against the Nets on Friday. Dwyane Wade added 17 points.

    2005-06 Season vs New Jersey


    2006 Playoffs, Round Two
    HEAT vs. Nets
    May 16, 2006
    WIN: 106-105
    Dwyane Wade's steal of an inbounds pass with ninth-tenths of a second remaining ended the game and the series as Miami eliminated the Nets with a 106-105 victory in front of a sellout crowd of 20,255 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. With the win the HEAT captured the series, 4-1, and advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals for the second consecutive year. Antoine Walker led a balanced Miami scoring attack, which placed six players in double figures, tying the franchise postseason record. Walker scored 12 of his team-high 23 points in the second quarter as the HEAT rallied from being 12 down (36-24) with 10:42 remaining to being tied at the half at 54. In addition to his series-clinching steal, Wade put the HEAT ahead to stay with his dunk with 4:37 remaining in the contest, snapping a 96-96 tie. He scored 21 points, handed out six assists and grabbed six rebounds. The HEAT also received double-figure scoring efforts from Shaquille O'Neal (17), Jason Williams (12), Alonzo Mourning (11) and Gary Payton (10). Udonis Haslem contributed eight points and grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds for the HEAT which shot a series-high 56 percent (42-75) from the floor. Vince Carter and Richard Jefferson each contributed 33 points, seven rebounds and five assists in a losing cause for New Jersey. The only other Nets to score in double figures were Jason Kidd who finished with 20 points, a game-high eight assists and six rebounds, and Lamond Murray who chipped in 14 points and seven rebounds off the bench. New Jersey lost despite shooting a series-high 54.1 percent (40-74) from the floor.


    2006 Playoffs, Round Two
    HEAT @ Nets
    May 14, 2006
    WIN: 102-92
    Dwyane Wade amassed team highs in both points (31) and assists (8) and grabbed seven rebounds to propel the HEAT to a 102-92 victory over the Nets before a crowd of 19,474 at the Continental Airlines Arena. Antoine Walker, who nailed five three-point field goals and Udonis Haslem, who grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds, each scored 20 points and combined to shoot 68 percent (15-22) from the floor for Miami. Shaquille O'Neal added 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the HEAT took a commanding 3-1 lead in the series. With Miami leading, 94-90, Gary Payton hit his lone shot of the game, a three-point field goal from the left corner with 56.4 seconds remaining, and the HEAT closed out the contest by hitting five of its final six free throws to secure the victory. The HEAT was victorious despite New Jersey receiving a triple-double by Jason Kidd with 17 points, 13 rebounds and a game-high 12 assists. The triple-double was the ninth of Kidd's postseason career and the first against Miami in postseason play. The Nets also received 20-point performances from Vince Carter (26) and Nenad Krstic (20 points and a postseason career-high 14 rebounds) and a 17-point effort from Richard Jefferson. Miami shot 52.9 percent (37-70) from the floor and 42.1 percent (8-19) from three-point range while limiting the Nets to 42.9 percent (36-84) from the floor and 20 percent (4-20) from downtown.


    2006 Playoffs, Round Two
    HEAT @ Nets
    May 12, 2006
    WIN: 103-92
    In a game that featured eight ties and 15 lead changes the HEAT grabbed control late in the fourth quarter to record a 103-92 victory before a sellout crowd of 20,102 at the Continental Airlines Arena. The 15 lead changes were the most in any Miami postseason contest in 2006. Trailing 81-80 in the final quarter, Dwyane Wade hit a driving lay-up and converted the free throw for a conventional three-point play with 4:22 left to put Miami ahead to stay. The HEAT forced the Nets into turnovers in four of their next five possessions and Wade scored 15 of Miami's final 21 points, hitting all 11 of his free throw attempts in the final 4:22. Wade led the HEAT in both points (30) and assists (10) and also grabbed seven rebounds. Shaquille O'Neal added 19 points and nine rebounds, Antoine Walker tallied 16 points and James Posey scored eight points and grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds. Vince Carter's 43 points, 17 field goals and 34 field goals attempted all led the Nets and rank as the third highest individual total against the HEAT in a postseason contest. Richard Jefferson added 17 points for New Jersey which also received 10 points, a game-high 12 assists and eight rebounds from Jason Kidd. Miami was able to put the game away connecting on 90.5 percent (19-21) of its free throw attempts in the fourth quarter. For the game Miami converted 85 percent (34-40) of its free throw attempts in the game compared to just 60 percent (12-20) by New Jersey. The Nets played without reserve forward Cliff Robinson, who began the first of his five-game NBA issued suspension.


    2006 Playoffs, Round Two
    HEAT vs. Nets
    May 10, 2006
    WIN: 111-89
    In a complete reversal from Game 1, the HEAT opened this contest on a 25-4 run en route to a 111-89 triumph over the Nets before a sellout crowd of 20,227 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Dwyane Wade scored 17 of his game-high 31 points in the opening quarter. His 17 first quarter points set a HEAT postseason record for points in a first quarter. Wade also added a team-high six assists and a game-high four steals. The HEAT, which led by as many as 23 in the first quarter, outscored New Jersey, 41-19, in the first 12 minutes. The 41 points are the most Miami has ever scored in a quarter in postseason play and tied the Nets' postseason record for most points allowed in a quarter. The HEAT shot 70 percent (14-20) in the opening period while limiting New Jersey to 31.3 percent (5-16) shooting. Miami also capitalized on turnovers in the opening quarter turning six New Jersey miscues into 16 points. The HEAT took a 60-40 lead into the locker room at the half, marking only the third time in the franchise's postseason history it had a halftime lead of at least 20 points. New Jersey got no closer than 15 points in the second half. In addition to Wade's 31-point effort, Miami received 21 points from Shaquille O'Neal, 14 points from Jason Williams, 11 points and a game-high 10 rebounds from Udonis Haslem and 11 points off the bench from Gary Payton. Vince Carter led five Nets in double figures with 22 points. Richard Jefferson, playing with an ankle sprain that occurred in Game 1, finished with 16 points, Jason Kidd had 15 points and a team-high six assists, Nenad Krstic had 14 points and a team-high seven rebounds and Lamond Murray added 11 points off the bench.


    2006 Playoffs, Round Two
    HEAT vs. Nets
    May 8, 2006
    LOSS: 100-88
    New Jersey opened the game with a 12-2 run and never looked back in handing Miami a 100-88 defeat before a sellout crowd of 20,208 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. The loss was the only home defeat in the 2006 postseason for the HEAT in 12 games. New Jersey shot 71.4 percent (15-21) from the floor in the opening quarter and led 38-21 after the first 12 minutes. The 38 points marked the most the HEAT has ever given up in the first quarter of a postseason game. The Nets pushed the lead as high as 28 points midway through the third quarter. On two occasions in the fourth quarter Miami got as close as nine points. The trio of Vince Carter, Jason Kidd and Richard Jefferson provided most of the damage against the HEAT. Carter, who was 15-19 from the foul line, finished with 27 points, eight rebounds and six assists. Kidd totaled 22 points, a team-high nine rebounds, a game-high seven assists and a game-high four steals. Jefferson tallied 20 points, five assists and four rebounds. The only other Net to score in double figures was Nenad Krstic who had 11 points. Dwyane Wade led the HEAT with 25 points and Shaquille O'Neal recorded a double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Miami, which shot only 39.1 percent (27-69) from the floor and 18.2 percent (4-22) from three-point range, also received 12 points from Jason Williams and 10 from Udonis Haslem.


    HEAT @ Nets
    April 2nd
    LOSS: 90-78
    Miami hung tough for the entire first half, but a third-quarter run by New Jersey on Sunday dealt the HEAT a 90-78 road loss. Dwyane Wade poured in 32 points, six rebounds and five assists, while Shaquille O'Neal returned to the lineup by posting 18 points and nine boards. O'Neal was nursing an injured knee over the last two games.


    HEAT @ Nets
    Feb. 4th
    LOSS: 105-92
    Miami fell behind early on Saturday and never led in a 105-92 loss at the Nets. Dwyane Wade scored 31 points to go with five assists, and Antoine Walker had 19 points and five rebounds. Alonzo Mourning made 5-of-6 shot attempts for 12 points off the bench.


    HEAT vs. Nets
    Dec. 23rd, 2005
    LOSS: 95-88
    Shaquille O'Neal's 24 points and 14 rebounds could not lift the HEAT, who fell to the Nets 95-88 on Friday.


    HEAT vs Nets
    Nov. 7th, 2005
    WIN: 90-89
    Dwyane Wade hit a free throw with five ticks left and the HEAT stopped Vince Carter on the final possession to secure a 90-89 win over the Nets on Monday. Wade had 23 points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals, and Antoine Walker added 18 points.

    2004-05 Season vs New Jersey


    2005 Playoffs, Round One
    HEAT @ Nets
    May 1st, 2005
    WIN: 110-97
    Behind a game-high 34 points from Dwyane Wade, Miami cruised to a 110-97 win Sunday, completing a 4-0 sweep of the Nets. Eddie Jones pumped in 21 points and Shaquille O'Neal checked in with 17.


    2005 Playoffs, Round One
    HEAT @ Nets
    Apr. 28th, 2005
    WIN: 108-105
    The HEAT's stars shined bright in Game 3, but it was Udonis Haslem's putback basket with 1:25 to go in the second OT that clinched the 108-105 win for Miami on Thursday. Shaquille O'Neal led six HEAT players in double figures with 25 points. Dwyane Wade added 22, Eddie Jones pitched in with 20 and Haslem finished with 14 points and 19 boards.


    2005 Playoffs, Round One
    HEAT vs. Nets
    Apr. 26th, 2005
    WIN: 104-87
    Alonzo Mourning led a balanced Miami attack with 21 points and also added nine rebounds in Tuesday's 104-87 victory over the Nets, which gave Miami a 2-0 series lead. Dwyane Wade tallied 17 points, 10 assists and six rebounds. Shaquille O'Neal was one of three Miami players to score 14 points; he also grabbed 10 rebounds.


    2005 Playoffs, Round One
    HEAT vs. Nets
    Apr. 24th, 2005
    WIN: 116-98
    Dwyane Wade poured in a career playoff-best 32 points as the HEAT outscored New Jersey in every quarter of Sunday's 116-98 win in Game 1 of their first round playoff series. Damon Jones dropped in 30 points on 10-of-12 shooting from the field; Shaquille O'Neal scored 17 and grabbed 11 rebounds.


    HEAT vs. Nets
    Mar. 12th, 2005
    WIN: 90-65
    The HEAT held the Nets to a season low 29.7 percent from the field, as Miami defeated New Jersey, 90-65, to extend its winning streak to eight games. With Dwyane Wade in foul trouble for much of the first half, Damon Jones stepped up, scoring 12 points in the first half. The Nets held a 39-37 halftime edge, but the HEAT would pull away in the third quarter. Eddie Jones scored six of his 14 third quarter points during the HEAT's 11-0 run to help increase its advantage to 10, 58-48, with five minutes left in the period. Miami led by as many as 30 and outscored New Jersey, 53-26, in the second half while holding the Nets to 17.1 percent from the field on 6-for-35 shooting. Eddie Jones led the way for the HEAT, scoring a team-high 18 points. Shaquille O'Neal scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. Vince Carter recorded a game-high 20 points for New Jersey. Wade finished with 13 points in only 26 minutes of action.


    HEAT vs Nets
    Mar. 3rd, 2005
    WIN: 106-90
    Shaquille O'Neal scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in his first game back from injury as the HEAT recorded a 106-90 road victory against the New Jersey Nets. The HEAT got off to a slow start, shooting 30 percent from the field in the first quarter, and allowing the Nets to take a 24-15 advantage after one period of play. However the HEAT would go on to outscore the Nets in each of the next three quarters, closing the gap to just four points at halftime. Miami pulled away in the third, led by Dwyane Wade's 12 points in the period, and outscored the Nets, 32-17. Wade dropped in 27 points for the game, tying Vince Carter for the game-high. The HEAT out-rebounded the Nets 47-31.


    HEAT vs Nets
    Nov. 3rd, 2004
    WIN: 100-77
    The Miami HEAT won its first game of the regular season with a 100-77 win against the Nets in New Jersey. The HEAT jumped out to an early 11-point lead, 13-2, and dominated the first quarter, shooting 68.8% from the field. Rasual Butler scored 10 points in the first quarter to help the HEAT take a 29-15 lead. The Nets battled back in the second quarter, cutting the lead to as little as two points with under a minute remaining, but the HEAT took a 46-41 lead into halftime. Miami continued its dominance to start the second half, increasing their lead to 18 points to close out the quarter. The surge continued in the fourth, with the HEAT seeing their biggest lead of the game (26 points) with over seven minutes remaining. Damon Jones shined in the fourth quarter, scoring 10 points. The HEAT shot 50.7% from the field and 50.0% from three-point range. The club saw all five starters score in double-figures, with Dwyane Wade scoring a game-high 21 points. New Jersey was led by Richard Jefferson's 19 points.

    2003-04 Season vs New Jersey


    HEAT vs Nets
    Apr. 14th, 2004
    WIN: 96-84
    Miami, which took home-court advantage in the first round, tips off the NBA Playoffs at 7 p.m. ET Sunday vs. New Orleans at AmericanAirlines Arena (ESPN). Caron Butler scored 14 of his 22 points in the third quarter as the Heat closed the regular season with a 96-84 win over New Jersey on Wednesday. Miami posted a 42-40 record, a 17-win improvement over last season.


    HEAT vs Nets
    Mar. 14th, 2004
    WIN: 104-95
    The New Jersey Nets came into the game winning 15 straight against the Eastern Conference, but would have that streak snapped after a 104-95 defeat in Miami. The Nets last loss to an Eastern Conference team ironically came against the Miami HEAT on Jan. 23, 2004. The HEAT held a 13-point lead in the fourth before New Jersey closed the gap to four with about five minutes to play. Lamar Odom would hit on back-to-back positions to extend the lead to eight. Caron Butler put the nail in the coffin with a three-point shot as the 24-second shot clock expired with under a minute to go.


    HEAT vs Nets
    Feb. 28th, 2004
    LOSS: 92-86
    The New Jersey Nets pulled away in the fourth quarter to capture a 92-86 victory over the Miami HEAT in New Jersey. The Nets got to the free throw line a season-high 49 times converting on 37 of those attempts, connecting on 13 straight from the line in the final five minutes of the game. The 49 attempts from the line by New Jersey were the most by a HEAT opponent since the Los Angeles Lakers attempted 54 on Jan. 17, 1998.


    HEAT vs Nets
    Feb. 4th, 2004
    LOSS: 99-88
    Miami was on the wrong end of a 10-0 run early in the third quarter, and the HEAT got no closer than nine the rest of the way in a 99-88 loss at New Jersey on Wednesday. Lamar Odom scored 17 points in the first half, but he encountered foul trouble in the third quarter before finishing with a game-high 27 points and nine assists.


    HEAT vs Nets
    Jan. 23rd, 2004
    WIN: 85-64
    The Miami HEAT had seven players reach double-figure scoring, led by Eddie Jones' 18 points in a 85-64 win over the Atlantic Division leading New Jersey Nets at AmercianAirlines Arena. The other six players with double-figure scoring included Rafer Alston (13 points), Lamar Odom (12 points), Malik Allen (11 points), Wang Zhi-Zhi (11 points), Caron Butler (10 points) and Udonis Haslem (10 points). Odom also recorded his 21st double-double of the season tying a career high with 18 rebounds. Miami led from start to finish in the game, outscoring the Nets in every quarter except the third period, where the Nets cut a HEAT 13-point deficit to six points at 58-52. The HEAT extended its lead to 17 points by the 4:35 mark of the fourth quarter and by as many as 20 points with less than a minute to play. The Nets got no closer than the six-point deficit they started the final period with. Miami shot just 43 percent from the field after connecting on 32-of-73 shot attempts. The HEAT did however shoot 88.2 percent from the free-throw line (15-of-17), while out-rebounding the Nets by five boards at 45-40. New Jersey was led by Kenyon Martin's 16 points and Richard Jefferson's 14 points. Miami's held the Nets under 30 percent shooting, forcing them to 21-of-73 shot attempts (28.8%) and 2-of-10 from the three-point line (20.0%).

    2002-03 vs New Jersey


    HEAT @ Nets
    Apr. 4th, 2003
    New Jersey guard Jason Kidd scored a game-high 30 points, while dishing out eight assists with three steals to lead the Nets to a 99-83 victory over the HEAT. The win marked the first-ever sweep for New Jersey over Miami, who have now dropped seven of its last eight meetings with the Nets. Richard Jefferson scored 18 points and Rodney Rogers added 12 points, while Kerry Kittles chipped in with 11 points to round out the double-figure scorers. Brian Grant and Caron Butler led the HEAT in scoring with 23 and 15 points respectively, while Eddie House tossed in 10 points off the bench.


    HEAT @ Nets
    Feb. 18th, 2003
    The Miami HEAT's bid to knock off a top team in the Eastern Conference fell short as the New Jersey Nets rolled off a 24-11 run to secure a 84-79 victory at Continental Airlines Arena. Miami led 68-60 with 9:58 left in the fourth quarter, after Rasual Butler made his fifth three-pointer of the game. Over the next six ½ minutes, the HEAT would only make three field goals, with its last coming on a Brian Grant lay-up with five seconds remaining to close the score to 82-79. The HEAT trailed by as many as many as 17 points in the game, but closed the margin to by the end of the second period and went into halftime only trailing by eight at 47-39. Miami continued to chip away at the lead, after outscoring the Nets 24-13 in the third quarter, taking a 63-60 lead into the final period. Caron Butler led Miami in scoring with 17 points, followed by 15 points from Rasual Butler and 13 points from Grant. Eddie House chipped in with 11 points in his sixth start of the season. Raual Butler's five three-pointers was the most three-point field goals made by a HEAT rookie since Sasha Danilovic made six on Dec. 9, 1995 at Phoenix.


    HEAT vs. Nets
    Jan. 3rd, 2003
    Richard Jefferson put on aerial display on Friday night, scoring 26 points on 10-of-14 shooting, including six dunks in leading the New Jersey Nets to a 100-80 victory over the HEAT at AmericanAirlines Arena. Jefferson, who found out earlier in the day that he was going to be in the NBA's slam dunk contest in February, scored his first four field goals on an alley-oop from Jason Kidd, two reverse-dunks and one facial over HEAT forward Malik Allen. The Nets shot 58 percent from the field on 39-of-67 shot attempts with 11 dunks. Rasual Butler led Miami in scoring with 12 points, while Stepania pulled down 10 rebounds, his 11th double-figure rebounding game of the season. Caron Butler was the only HEAT starter to reach double-figure scoring with 11 points. Allen and Eddie Jones scored nine points each. HEAT center Brian Grant was ejected with 10:24 remaining in the third quarter after receiving his second technical foul. Miami shot 38 percent from the field and committed 18 turnovers. New Jersey had 22 fast-break points and 46 points in the paint.


    HEAT vs. Nets
    Nov. 15th, 2002
    New Jersey Nets guard Jason Kidd scored 33 points on 13-of-25 shooting, including 6-of-6 from the free-throw line, leading his team to a 93-84 victory over the HEAT. It was the fourth loss in a row for Miami and fifth overall at home. The HEAT led at halftime 44-41 but relinquished the lead midway through the third quarter. The Nets had a 68-66 lead with 32 seconds left in the quarter before extending its lead to seven points (73-66), after Kidd converted on a three-point play, then stole the ensuing inbounds pass to set up two Lucious Harris free throws after he was fouled. Miami would not score again until 9:24 mark of the fourth quarter to cut the lead to 76-68. New Jersey would led by as many as 13 points in the period, as the HEAT would not get any closer than five points on three separate occasion, the latest coming with 2:36 remaining in the game. HEAT rookie Caron Butler and Eddie Jones led the team in scoring with 18 points, followed by 16 points off the bench from Travis Best.


    Miami HEAT VS. Brooklyn Nets

    DATE H/A SCORE W/L HEAT SCORING LEADER OPP. LEADING SCORER
    2002-03 Season
    04/04/03 AWAY 99-83 L GRANT - 23 KIDD - 30
    02/18/03 AWAY 84-79 L C. BUTLER - 17 MARTIN - 28
    01/03/03 HOME 100-80 L R. BUTLER - 12 JEFFERSON - 26
    11/05/02 HOME 93-84 L C. BUTLER/JONES - 18 KIDD - 33
    2001-02 Season
    03/15/02 AWAY 97-78 L JACKSON - 17 VAN HORN - 28
    01/08/02 AWAY 104-95 L MOURNING - 26 VAN HORN - 19
    12/14/01 HOME 95-86 L JACKSON - 24 KITTLES - 27
    2000-01 Season
    02/24/01 HOME 75-70 W GRANT - 21 NEWMAN - 17
    01/04/01 HOME 81-78 W MASON - 18 MARBURY - 27
    12/23/00 AWAY 86-80 W JONES - 31 MARBURY - 37
    11/15/00 AWAY 93-91 L HARDAWAY - 26 MARBURY - 31
    1999-00 Season
    04/07/00 AWAY 103-89 W MASHBURN - 21 GILL/PERRY - 18
    02/18/00 AWAY 91-84 L HARDAWAY - 18 VAN HORN - 19
    01/08/00 HOME 90-89 L MOURNING - 23 MARBURY - 20
    1998-99 Season
    04/27/99 AWAY 95-76 W MASHBURN - 16 CARR - 18
    04/03/99 AWAY 88-77 L MOURNING - 23 VAN HORN - 27
    03/14/99 HOME 102-76 W MOURNING - 25 MARBURY - 21
    02/15/99 HOME 95-72 W MOURNING - 34 VAN HORN - 19
    1997-98 Season
    03/01/98 HOME 85-84 W LENARD - 27 VAN HORN - 22
    02/28/98 AWAY 95-93 W MOURNING - 28 GILL - 22
    12/08/97 HOME 105-97 W HARDAWAY - 23 CASSELL - 19
    11/07/97 AWAY 99-87 L AUSTIN - 21 GATLING - 24
    1996-97 Season
    04/18/97 HOME 86-74 L LENARD - 16 GILL - 24
    02/20/97 AWAY 92-87 W HARDAWAY - 35 CASSELL/GILL - 17
    01/20/96 AWAY 98-78 L LENARD/THOMAS-13 LONG-20
    01/02/97 HOME 101-91 W MOURNING - 28 BRADLEY - 21
    1995-96 Season
    04/15/96 HOME 110-90 W MOURNING - 20 BRADLEY - 16
    02/27/96 AWAY 93-90 W W. WILLIAMS - 21 BRADLEY - 23
    12/26/95 HOME 96-93 W OWENS - 31 GILLIAM - 29
    12/20/95 AWAY 112-104 W GAMBLE - 37 ANDERSON - 26
    11/10/95 HOME 106-80 W WILLIS - 18 CHILDS/GILLIAM - 12
    1994-95 Season
    04/08/95 AWAY 103-93 L RICE - 19 GILLIAM - 33
    03/25/95 HOME 96-95 L RICE - 30 COLEMAN - 23
    12/18/94 AWAY 103-102 L WILLIS - 26 BENJAMIN - 24
    12/02/94 HOME 115-97 W RICE - 34 ANDERSON - 16
    1993-94 Season
    04/17/94 HOME 110-103 L SALLEY/SMITH - 19 ANDERSON - 29
    03/30/94 AWAY 111-101 L RICE - 21 COLEMAN - 25
    02/22/94 AWAY 123-97 W RICE/SMITH - 21 WILLIAMS - 15
    01/04/94 HOME 100-83 W RICE - 22 GILLIAM - 14
    1992-93 Season
    04/01/93 AWAY 95-82 L SEIKALY - 17 COLEMAN - 21
    03/26/93 HOME 110-100 W RICE - 27 COLEMAN - 32
    02/14/93 AWAY 117-111 L LONG - 31 PETROVIC - 34
    12/05/92 HOME 111-104 L RICE - 35 PETROVIC - 29
    11/07/92 HOME 106-94 W COLES - 25 PETROVIC - 22
    1991-92 Season
    04/14/92 HOME 105-100 L RICE - 36 COLEMAN - 24
    03/22/92 HOME 107-100 W LONG - 29 COLEMAN - 32
    01/24/92 AWAY 123-117 L RICE - 35 COLEMAN - 38
    11/07/91 AWAY 111-89 W BURTON - 24 BOWIE - 20
    1990-91 Season
    04/20/91 AWAY 118-103 L EDWARDS - 18 BLAYLOCK - 27
    03/10/91 HOME 101-88 W DOUGLAS - 28 THEUS - 22
    01/26/91 HOME 127-105 L KESSLER - 18 THEUS - 35
    11/28/90 HOME 97-79 W EDWARDS - 20 COLEMAN - 14
    11/08/90 AWAY 114-103 L DOUGLAS - 24 THEUS - 24
    1989-90 Season
    04/08/90 AWAY 102-101 L DOUGLAS - 27 MORRIS - 23
    12/19/89 HOME 100-98 L SEIKALY - 30 HOPSON - 20
    12/01/89 AWAY 101-77 L SEIKALY - 13 SHACKLEFORD - 19
    11/07/89 AWAY 83-77 W FRANK/SEIKALY - 14 HOPSON - 17
    11/03/89 HOME 110-90 L EDWARDS - 18 HOPSON - 19
    1988-89 Season
    03/27/89 HOME 100-79 W WASHINGTON - 21 CARROLL/McGEE - 12
    02/20/89 AWAY 117-109 L EDWARDS - 34 HINSON - 24

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