2013-14 Season vs New York


Knicks vs HEAT
Apr 6, 2014
WIN: 91-102
The Miami HEAT withstood a shooting barrage by guard J.R. Smith to defeat the New York Knicks Sunday. James finished with a game-high 38 points, six assists and five rebounds. Udonis Haslem led the team in rebounds with 11. Mario Chalmers had 15 points, four rebounds while Chris Bosh added 14 points and seven rebounds. Ray Allen added 12 points for Miami. The Knicks appeared on the way to pulling off the upset. They jumped to an early 16-3 lead, but the Heat quickly recovered behind James. Miami led 50-46 at halftime and pulled away at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Dwyane Wade (hamstring) and Greg Oden (back) missed their sixth straight games.


Knicks @ HEAT
Feb. 27, 2014
WIN: 82-108
LeBron James has now scored at least 30 points in five straight games for the HEAT. Behind the masked man, the Miami Heat cruised to a 108-82 victory against the New York Knicks. James, in his black face mask, had 31 points, four rebounds and four assists in his first game back since sustaining a broken nose last week. Dwyane Wade finished with 23 points on 10-for-13 shooting. Mario Chalmers, Norris Cole and Ray Allen contributed 11 points apiece. New York trailed by just five at halftime before the HEAT turned it on in the third quarter. Miami led by double-digits most of the second half.


HEAT @ Knicks
Feb. 1, 2014
WIN: 106-91
LeBron James went for 30 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and six steals and Dwyane Wade added 22 points as the Miami HEAT avenged a 10-point loss to the Knicks last month with a 106-91 victory at Madison Square Garden. Shane Battier scored a season-high 16 points and Mario Chalmers added 11. Chris Andersen also contributed with 10 points and five assists.


HEAT @ Knicks
Jan. 9, 2014
LOSS: 92-102
The Knicks beat the HEAT for the fourth time in five regular-season meetings. LeBron James scored a game-best 32 points for the HEAT, who played without injured starters Mario Chalmers and Shane Battier. Dwyane Wade scored 23 points but missed all six free throws after sitting out the morning shootaround. Chris Bosh was held to six points on 3-of-10 shooting. Miami scored the final seven points of the first quarter to take a 27-21 lead. The Knicks scored 11 in a row early in the second, but Rashard Lewis made two 3-pointers from the corner in the final 1:11 to help the HEAT grab a 48-43 halftime edge.

2012-13 Season vs New York


Knicks vs HEAT
Apr. 2, 2013
LOSS: 102-90
It was the second straight game the HEAT were without James and Wade. James is dealing with a sore hamstring while Wade is out with a sprained ankle. Mario Chalmers, (ankle) also did not play. After trailing by eight at halftime, the Knicks outscored the HEAT by 10 in each of the final two quarters. Carmelo Anthony led three players in double figures. The victory ended the HEAT's 17-game winning streak at home. Chris Bosh led the HEAT with 23 points and six rebounds while Mike Miller added 18 points. Ray Allen also contibuted 16 points to the game.


HEAT @ Knicks
Mar. 3, 2013
WIN: 99-93
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh combined for 65 points as the HEAT outscored the Knicks by 20 points in the second half to win their 14th straight game. James went 8-of-13 for 19 points in the second half, when Miami outscored the Knicks, 54-34, after trailing 59-45 at the half. Wade added 20 points, Bosh 16 and Shane Battier 12 on 4-of-4 from behind-the-arc. Miami avenged two 20-point losses this season to the Knicks and now leads New York by 7½ games in the East.


Knicks vs HEAT
Dec 6, 2012
Loss: 112-92
LeBron James nearly picked up his second straight triple-double - 31 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists - in Miami's second straight loss, the first of those coming on the road against lowly Washington on Tuesday. Dwyane Wade scored 13 points, Chris Bosh had 12 and Udonis Haslem added 10 for the HEAT, who fell to 8-1 at home. There was one run late in the third, a 13-3 burst by Miami that got the HEAT within eight in the final seconds of the quarter. It was the last - and really, the only - gasp for Miami, as the Knicks just kept firing away in the fourth.


HEAT @ Knicks
Nov 2, 2012
Loss: 84-104
In the first sporting event in New York since Superstorm Sandy, the Knicks dominated a game the HEAT players weren't sure should even be played with the region still so devastated. LeBron James scored 23 points for the HEAT, so impressive in a season-opening victory over Boston on Tuesday but never really in this one. Dwyane Wade finished with 15 points and Chris Bosh had 12 points and 11 rebounds. The HEAT couldn't get the deficit into single digits in the second, but were within 55-44 at halftime following 13 points from Wade after his scoreless first period.

2012 Playoffs: Round 1 vs New York


HEAT @ Knicks
May 9, 2012
WIN: 106-94
The Miami Heat defeated the New York Knicks 106-94 Wednesday to win the series 4-1. The Heat were led by LeBron James, who finished with 29 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh each scored 19. Although the Knicks rallied from an 11-point deficit to take Game 4, the Heat this time kept on the pressure and led by double-digits the entire second half.


HEAT @ Knicks
May 6, 2012
LOSS: 89-87
The Miami HEAT lost to the New York Knicks for the first time in the last seven games as the series now moves to a 3-1 advantage for the HEAT. LeBron James led the HEAT with 15 first half points, as Carmelo Anthony had 18 for the Knicks. James and Wade combined for 20 points in the fourth quarter, but it was not enough as the Knicks squeaked out the 89-87 victory. James finished with 27 points in the defeat.


HEAT @ Knicks
May 3, 2012
WIN: 87-70
The Miami HEAT overcame a rough first half to take a 3-0 advantage over the New York Knicks. With 7:23 remaining in the third quarter, James picked up his fourth foul and headed to the bench for the rest of the third, but Dwyane Wade stepped up with 12 third quarter points to take a 58-56 lead going into the final quarter. James finished with 32 points as Wade poured in 20 of his own and Mario Chalmers hit five three pointers on his way to 19 points.


Knicks vs. HEAT
Apr. 30, 2012
WIN: 104-94
The Miami HEAT took a 2-0 lead in the best of seven series. Wade led the HEAT with 19 first half points, while LeBron James and Chris Bosh both had 11 points of their own. The Knicks never got closer than four points in the third quarter and within nine points in the final quarter as the HEAT were able to build their lead to as much as 15 points, and held a double-digit advantage throughout most of the fourth quarter en route to the 10-point victory.


Knicks vs. HEAT
Apr. 28, 2012
WIN: 100-67
The Miami HEAT captured the first win in their Round One, Game One playoff series against the New York Knicks. After exchanging baskets to start the fourth, New York cut the HEAT lead to 28, but would get no closer than that as Miami's defense held the Knicks to a postseason tying franchise low 67 points to take the 33-point, 100-67, win. LeBron James scored a game-high 32 points for the HEAT as J.R. Smith led New York with 17 off the bench.

2011-12 Season vs New York


HEAT @ Knicks
Apr. 15, 2012
WIN: 93-85
Miami's Big Three combined for 73 points as the Heat won their third straight over the Knicks this season, 93-85, at Madison Square Garden.


Knicks @ HEAT
Feb. 23, 2012
WIN: 102-88
The Miami Heat defeated the New York Knicks 102-88 Thursday at AmericanAirlines Arena. It was the Heat's eighth straight victory.


Knicks @ HEAT
Jan. 27, 2012
WIN: 99-89
The Miami Heat defeated the New York Knicks 99-89 Friday at AmericanAirlines Arena. It was a strong return for guard Dwyane Wade, who missed the previous six games with a sprained ankle. Wade scored 28 points to help lead the Heat to their third straight victory.

2010-11 Season vs New York


Knicks @ HEAT
Feb. 28, 2011
LOSS: 91-86
Chris Bosh tallied 20 points and 12 rebounds and LeBron James led with 27 points Sunday night but the HEAT fell to Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks 91-86 at home. Dwyane Wade added 12 points and nine assists, and Mike Miller scored 10 points off the bench.


HEAT @ Knicks
Jan. 28, 2011
LOSS: 93-88
Dwyane Wade continued his hot play against New York with 34 points and 16 rebounds, but the HEAT fell 93-88 to the Knicks on the road Thursday. Wade led all scorers despite playing through side effects of a migraine headache.


Knicks @ HEAT
Dec. 28, 2010
WIN: 106-98
Dwyane Wade scored a season-high 40 points in the HEAT's seventh consecutive win over the Knicks, a 106-98 home win Tuesday. LeBron James (10 rebounds and eight assists) and Chris Bosh finished with 18 points apiece. Miami also won the rebounding battle 50-32.


HEAT @ Knicks
Dec. 17, 2010
WIN: 113-91
LeBron James (32 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists) made his first HEAT appearance to Madison Square Garden in style, tallying a triple-double in a 113-91 win over the New York Knicks on Friday night. Dwyane Wade recorded 26 points and eight rebounds in the victory. Chris Bosh scored 26.

2009-10 Season vs New York


HEAT @ Knicks
April. 11, 2010
WIN: 111-98
Dwyane Wade tallied 32 points in the HEAT's 111-98 win over the Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Sunday night. Udonis Haslem had a double-double (14 points, 10 rebounds) coming from off the bench and Michael Beasley scored 16 points.


HEAT @ Knicks
Dec. 25, 2009
WIN: 93-87
Dwyane Wade scored 30 points and grabbed nine rebounds in Miami's 93-87 victory over the Knicks on Friday afternoon. Michael Beasley added 19 points and Jermaine O'Neal added 11 points and eight rebounds. Miami, which has won four of its last five, hosts Indiana on Sunday.


Knicks @ HEAT
October 28, 2009
WIN: 115-93
Dwyane Wade scored 26 points as the HEAT blew the game open in the third quarter on the way to a season-opening 115-93 win over the Knicks Wednesday night at American Airlines Arena. Jermaine O'Neal opened the season with 22 points and 12 rebounds, while Michael Beasley scored 21 points.

2008-09 Season vs New York


Knicks @ HEAT
April 12, 2009
WIN: 122-105
The NBA's leading scorer Dwyane Wade recorded a new career-high 55 points as the HEAT routed the Knicks 122-105 at home on Sunday. Michael Beasley also got hot with 28 points and 16 rebounds. Mario Chalmers add 15 points. You can watch the HEAT's final road game of the season on Tuesday when they travel to Atlanta to face the Hawks. Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Sun Sports.


Knicks @ HEAT
February 28, 2009
WIN: 120-115
Dwyane Wade scored 46 points, including 24 in the fourth quarter, to lead the HEAT to an impressive 120-115 come-from-behind win over the Knicks at home Saturday night. The HEAT gave up 67 points in the first half to the three-point shooting Knicks, but Wade (eight rebounds, four steals, three blocks) caught fire in the fourth quarter after his nose was bloodied to secure the victory.


HEAT @ Knicks
October 29, 2008
LOSS: 120-115
Dwyane Wade led with 26 points and nine assists and helped the HEAT battle back from a 21-point deficit in the fourth quarter before falling, 120-115, to the host Knicks in their season opener on Wednesday. Udonis Haslem added 23 points and 10 rebounds and rookie Mario Chalmers had 17 points, eight assists and seven rebounds.

2007-08 Season vs New York


HEAT @ Knicks
March 26, 2008
LOSS: 103-96
Ricky Davis hit two 3-pointers in the final 18 seconds to force overtime, but the HEAT fell in the extra period to the Knicks, 103-96, on Wednesday night at MSG. Davis scored a game-high 28 and Kasib Powell added 14 as the HEAT dropped their first of a four-game road trip.


HEAT vs. Knicks
March 12, 2008
LOSS: 91-88
The HEAT attacked the boards against the Knicks on Wednesday, but a fourth quarter rally came up short in the 91-88 home loss. Ricky Davis led the way with 27 points, while Shawn Marion added 15 points and 17 rebounds.


HEAT vs. Knicks
Jan 19, 2008
LOSS: 88-84
Chris Quinn buried a 3-pointer with 14 seconds left in the game to pull the HEAT within one, but Miami couldn't overcome the visiting Knicks, 88-84, on Saturday. Dwyane Wade recorded 22 points and nine assists for Miami, which led by as many as 10. Udonis Haslem scored 11 points.


HEAT @ Knicks
Nov. 11, 2007
WIN: 75-72
The HEAT won its first game of the season, beating the Knicks, 75-72, on Sunday. Jason Williams canned a jumper and two free throws in the closing seconds to seal the win for Miami.

2006-07 Season vs New York


HEAT @ Knicks
February 26, 2007
LOSS: 99-93
Shaquille O'Neal scored 20 points on 9-for-14 shooting to become the 14th NBA player to reach the 25,000-point plateau, but it wasn't enough as the HEAT were dealt a 99-93 defeat in New York on Monday. Jason Kapono and Jason Williams hit four 3-pointers apiece on their way to 24 and 15 points, respectively. Williams added six rebounds and seven assists.


HEAT @ Knicks
January 26, 2007
LOSS: 116-96
Dwyane Wade tallied 37 points, four rebounds and five assists, but Miami dropped a decision on Friday, 116-96, to New York, ending the HEAT's five-game winning streak at Madison Square Garden. Antoine Walker put up 12 points and Shaquille O'Neal notched 11 points, four rebounds and four blocks.


HEAT vs. Knicks
January 22, 2007
WIN: 101-83
Still without Shaquille O'Neal and missing Dwyane Wade due to an ankle sprain, Miami poured in 40 points in the first quarter and never looked back in Monday's 101-83 home win over New York. Jason Kapono scored 13 of his team-high 22 points in the opening period, Udonis Haslem had 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Gary Payton dished out 13 assists.


HEAT vs. Knicks
November 17, 2006
LOSS: 100-76
With Shaquille O'Neal sidelined due to torn cartilage in his left knee, Miami struggled to adjust in its 100-76 defeat to the Knicks on Friday night. Dwyane Wade paced the Heat with 20 points. O'Neal is expected to miss four to six weeks.

2005-06 Season vs New York


HEAT @ Knicks
March 19th, 2006
WIN: 111-100
Miami shot 54 percent from the field and grabbed its 15th win in 16 games, 111-100 in New York on Sunday. Dwyane Wade poured in 30 points on 10-of-17 shooting, Jason Williams added 21 and nine assists, and Alonzo Mourning blocked eight Knicks shots in just 22 minutes. Shaquille O'Neal scored 18 despite persistent foul trouble.


HEAT @ Knicks
Feb. 22nd, 2006
WIN: 103-83
Miami built a 19-point halftime lead Wednesday and never looked back in a 103-83 win over the Knicks. Jason Williams tied a season high with 24 points, and Dwyane Wade matched those 24 and added seven rebounds and five assists.


HEAT vs. Knicks
Nov. 28th, 2005
WIN: 107-94
Miami had the upper hand from the start Monday, led by 26 at halftime and cruised to a 107-94 win over New York at AmericanAirlines Arena. Dwyane Wade scored 23 of his 33 points in the first half, James Posey added 19, Jason Williams poured in 18 and Alonzo Mourning's nine blocks tied a career high.

2004-05 Season vs New York


HEAT vs. Knicks
Mar. 19th, 2005
WIN: 97-82
Shaquille O'Neal, Dwyane Wade and Eddie Jones combined to score 76 points to help the HEAT to its 12th-straight victory with a 97-82 win over the New York Knicks. The Knicks got up early by nine, but Jones kept the HEAT close, scoring nine of Miami's first 11 points to cut New York's lead to four, 15-11, with 6:03 left in the first quarter. The HEAT ended the quarter on a 14-6 run to take a 25-21 lead. The HEAT continued the run in the second, going on a 25-6 run to stretch its lead to 18. The Knicks pulled within eight points in the closing seconds of the third period, but the HEAT went on another run to pull away for the victory.


HEAT @ Knicks
Mar. 15th, 2005
WIN: 98-96
Dwyane Wade scored 24 points Tuesday, but none were more memorable than his last two. His long deuce at the buzzer not only gave the HEAT a dramatic 98-96 victory at New York, it clinched the season's first NBA playoff spot. Shaquille O'Neal added 23 points for Miami.


HEAT @ Knicks
Feb. 9th, 2005
WIN: 116-110
Dwyane Wade had a hot hand during regulation of the HEAT's Wednesday showdown with the Knicks, but in overtime he was on fire. Wade scored 10 of his team-high 30 points in the extra period as the HEAT dropped the Knicks 116-110 on the road. Shaquille O'Neal added 16 points and 13 rebounds.


HEAT vs. Knicks
Jan. 5th, 2005
WIN: 102-94
Shaquille O'Neal scored 33 points, grabbed 18 rebounds and added three block shots to pace the Miami HEAT past the New York Knicks, 102-94. Miami jumped out to its largest lead of the night, 17, with 2:12 remaining in the second period. The HEAT held the Knicks to 39.5 percent from the field through the first 24 minutes as Miami took 50-39 lead into halftime. New York was able to close the gap to eight, 79-71, at the nine-minute mark of the fourth period when Vin Baker pulled up from 14-feet for two points. With 1:36 left in the game, Damon Jones put the HEAT back up by 15 when he knocked down his second 3-pointer of the night. New York finished on an 8-1 run to close within eight points. Dwyane Wade scored 21 points and dished out nine assists for the HEAT.

2003-04 Season vs New York


HEAT vs. Knicks
Feb. 7th, 2004
LOSS: 76-64
The HEAT, who played without rookie guard Dwyane Wade (left foot sprain) for the second straight game, shot a season-low 30.5 percent from the field, including just 1-of-15 three-pointers. They matched a season low in points, including a meager 10 in the fourth quarter and lost to the New York Knicks 76-64. Lamar Odom led the HEAT with 18 points and 14 rebounds but made just 6-of-19 shots.


HEAT vs. Knicks
Jan. 24th, 2004
WIN: 85-77
Eddie Jones scored 26 points on 9-of-17 shooting from the field including five three-pointers in the HEAT's 85-77 road victory over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Jones also added six assists and five rebounds in the game, as the HEAT won only its sixth game on the road this season. With the win, Miami improves to 18-26 on the season and 1-2 versus the Knicks. The two teams will meet one more time on Feb. 7 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. The HEAT led 25-20 after the first quarter and 46-45 at haltime. The lead would then see-saw back and forth throughout the second half before New York took a late lead. The Knicks held a 76-75 lead with 3:54 remaining before Brian Grant scored six of his seven points in a game-ending 10-1 run to help the Heat improve their all-time record in New York to just 8-27.


HEAT vs. Knicks
Dec. 30th, 2003
LOSS: 102-73
The Miami HEAT could not overcome another slow start versus the New York Knicks and fell 102-73 at Madison Square Garden. Keith Van Horn, who scorched the HEAT with 28 points in the teams first meeting this season, scored a game-high 22 points on 10-of-16 shooting from the field including two three-pointers. New York scored 100 points for the second time against Miami, having defeated the HEAT 100-80 in the first meeting on Dec. 27th. Van Horn also had nine rebounds, five assists and two steals in the game. The HEAT were led by Lamar Odom's 19 points and Caron Butler's 10 points.


HEAT vs. Knicks
Dec. 27th, 2003
LOSS: 100-80
New York forward Keith Van Horn scored a game-high 28 points on 10-of-15 shooting from the field as the Knicks defeated the HEAT 100-80 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. The loss stopped the HEAT's three game winning streak, as well as the team's five game home winning streak. Miami has now won seven of its last 11 games and will face New York again on Dec. 30th. The Knicks jumped out to an early 7-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back, outscoring the HEAT in the first and third quarters respectively.

2002-03 Season vs New York


HEAT vs Knicks
Jan. 29th, 2003
Travis Best' driving lay-up with 4.5 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter propelled the Miami HEAT to a 82-80 win over the New York Knicks at AmericanAirlines Arena. Miami trailed 80-74 with 1:14 left to play before LaPhonso Ellis let sail a three-pointer that brought Miami to within three-points at 80-77. On the ensuing HEAT possession, Best nailed his only three-pointer of the game to tie the game at 80-80, setting the stage for his game-winning basket. Eddie Jones scored 22 points to lead Miami in scoring, followed by Caron Butler with 12 points. Malik Allen and Brian Grant each chipped in with 10 points and Best added nine points and a season-high 10 assists. Wednesday's game also marked the 65 regular season match-up between the two teams, the most games against a single opponent for the HEAT. Moreover, including this win by two points, 19 of the 65 games have all been decided by five points or less.


HEAT vs Knicks
Jan. 20th, 2003
The New York Knicks and the Miami HEAT combined to score just 57 points in the first half of Monday's game, en route to a 72-65 win for the Knicks over the HEAT. The 57 first half points matched a record for points in a half with Detroit and Denver, set earlier this season on Nov. 16. The Knicks scored 18 and nine points in the first two periods, while the HEAT scored 12 and 18 points. Latrell Sprewell and Kurt Thomas scored eight points each in the third quarter, rallying from eight points down to secure the win. Eddie Jones, who led the HEAT in the scoring scored 13 of his team high 19 points in the third quarter. New York and Miami both struggled from the field, as neither team shot over 40 percent. The Knicks connected on 26-of-67 shot attempts, while the HEAT shot 26-of-77 from the field. The HEAT led at halftime 30-27 and led 48-41 with 4:56 left to play in the third quarter. The Knicks jumped ahead after a Shandon Anderson dunk and back-to-back three-pointers by Sprewell. New York took the lead at 56-54 and never relinquished the lead.


HEAT @ Knicks
Dec. 22nd, 2002
HEAT reserve guard Mike James scored 13 of his career high 17 points off the bench in the second half to lead Miami to a 92-84 win over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. The HEAT had trailed by 14 points early in the game but cut the deficit to 49-44 into halftime. James, who connected on 7-of-10 from the field and 3-of-4 from the free-throw line scored on a running jump shot at the end of the third quarter to give Miami at 67-65 lead. He would go on to score the first four points at the start of the fourth period, jump starting a 12-2 run to open up an 12 point lead with 6:14 left to play. Eddie Jones scored 22 points to lead six HEAT players in double-figures including Malik Allen (17 points), Travis Best (13 points), Caron Butler (11 points) and Brian Grant (11 points). Grant recorded his 12th double-double of the season, recording 10 rebounds with a season, career and team high seven assists. Vladimir Stepania also grabbed 10 rebounds (2 offensive) off the bench. Miami shot 49 percent from the field and outrebounded the Knicks 41-34. The win marked the longest season and road winning streak since the team recorded four consecutive last season from March 2 through March 9. New York won the first meeting this season in Miami 97-92 on Dec. 13th.


HEAT vs. Knicks
Dec. 13th, 2002
Latrell Sprewell scored a season high 30 points, connecting on 10-of-20 from the field and 9-of-11 from the free-throw, as the New York Knicks defeated the HEAT 97-92 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. It was Charilie Ward's (14 points) three-pointer with 24 seconds remaining that gave New York a 94-90 lead in route to the victory. The Ward three-pointer was set-up after a disputed out of bounds call that gave New York possession of the ball with Miami trailing 91-90, following a Caron Butler missed jumper. The Knicks took a 61-50 lead into halftime and shot 53 percent for the game. Miami, who has attempted the fewest free-throws in the league, shot only 13-of-16 from the charity stripe as opposed to the Knicks 30-of-37 attempts. In the final two quarters, the HEAT outscored New York 42-32 and clawed its way back into the game. Eddie Jones led five HEAT starters in scoring with 24 points, connecting on 9-of-17 from the field, 3-of-5 from the three-point line and 3-of-4 from the free-throw line. He also recorded seven rebounds, five assists and two steals. Malik Allen scored 17 points, followed by Travis Best with 14 points. Caron Butler and Brian Grant each scored 12 points and Mike James chipped in with nine points off the bench. The HEAT scored 52 points in the paint (Knicks 18), four points shy of their season high of 56 points, scored at Milwaukee on November 9th.



HEAT vs. Knicks History
H/A DATE SCORE W/L HEAT LEADING SCORER OPP. LEADING SCORER
2002-03 Season
H 01/29/03 82-80 W JONES - 22 SPREWELL - 28
A 01/20/03 72-65 L JONES - 19 SPREWELL - 24
A 12/22/02 92-84 W JONES - 22 EISLEY - 19
H 12/13/02 97-92 L JONES - 24 SPREWELL - 30
2001-02 Season
H 04/14/02 94-67 L MOURNING - 15 THOMAS - 20
H 02/28/02 100-86 W JONES - 32 SPREWELL - 22
A 02/03/02 94-83 W MOURNING - 21 HOUSTON - 28
A 11/15/01 83-74 L JONES - 22 HOUSTON - 17
2000-01 Season
H 04/08/01 81-76 W HARDAWAY - 25 CAMBY - 23
A 03/11/01 86-83 L GRANT - 22 SPREWELL/THOMAS - 16
A 02/20/01 76-74 L MASON - 17 SPREWELL - 17
H 02/04/01 103-100 L JONES/MASON - 21 RICE - 29
A 11/29/00 84-81 W GRANT - 24 SPREWELL - 22
1999-2000 Season
H 04/09/00 95-94 W MOURNING - 33 HOUSTON - 23
H 02/28/00 85-76 W MASHBURN - 24 JOHNSON - 20
A 02/06/00 94-80 L HARDAWAY - 23 EWING/HOUSTON - 25
A 11/14/99 94-88 W MOURNING - 22 CAMBY - 22
1998-99 Season
A 05/05/99 106-88 L BROWN - 18 CAMBY - 22
H 04/25/99 82-80 L MOURNING - 29 JOHNSON - 23
H 03/02/99 85-84 W MOURNING - 28 EWING - 31
A 02/07/99 83-79 W MASHBURN - 23 EWING - 24
1997-98 Season
H 04/12/98 82-81 W MOURNING - 22 HOUSTON - 21
A 04/08/98 83-80 L MOURNING - 26 HOUSTON - 29
A 02/01/98 89-83 L MASHBURN/MOURNING - 22 JOHNSONJOHNSON - 35
H 01/28/98 86-82 W HARDAWAY - 27 HOUSTON - 27
1996-97 Season
H 04/12/97 100-99 L HARDAWAY - 28 EWING - 25
A 01/26/97 95-89 L MOURNING - 22 EWING - 24
H 12/06/96 103-85 L HARDAWAY - 28 EWING - 26
A 12/03/96 99-75 W MAJERLE - 22 HOUSTON - 14
1995-96 Season
H 04/13/96 103-95 W MOURNING - 25 MASON - 26
A 01/29/96 94-85 L CHAPMAN - 23 EWING - 35
H 01/24/96 88-79 L MOURNING - 25 EWING - 37
A 12/19/95 89-70 L THOMAS - 20 EWING - 18
1994-95 Season
A 04/11/95 112-99 L REEVES - 24 EWING - 31
A 02/17/95 100-91 L OWENS - 26 DAVIS - 21
H 02/16/95 96-87 L RICE - 33 EWING/MASON - 22
H 01/22/95 104-95 L RICE - 21 STARKS - 26
A 12/12/94 122-111 W RICE - 38 EWING - 30
1993-94 Season
H 04/05/94 100-86 W MINER - 22 EWING - 18
A 04/02/94 110-87 L MINER - 15 DAVIS - 21
H 02/07/94 96-85 W SMITH - 25 ANTHONY - 17
A 11/22/93 119-87 L SEIKALY - 16 STARKS - 37
1992-93 Season
H 04/20/93 109-97 L SEIKALY - 20 SMITH - 36
H 04/02/93 123-107 L MINER/SMITH - 20 EWING - 26
A 02/07/93 104-82 L SEIKALY - 21 CAMPBELL/EWING - 21
H 02/05/93 108-105 L SEIKALY - 28 EWING - 26
A 12/19/92 91-87 L SEIKALY - 21 EWING - 24
1991-92 Season
A 03/21/92 105-88 L SEIKALY - 12 McDANIEL - 18
H 02/17/92 104-102 L RICE - 26 EWING - 22
A 02/04/92 122-91 L RICE - 21 EWING - 19
A 11/26/91 98-81 L RICE - 23 WILKINS - 28
H 11/02/91 107-93 W RICE - 29 EWING - 24
1990-91 Season
A 03/14/91 125-121 L DOUGLAS - 33 G. WILKINS - 27
H 02/24/91 108-92 L RICE - 21 G. WILKINS - 21
H 01/18/91 107-86 W DOUGLAS - 20 EWING - 23
H 12/19/90 104-94 L DOUGLAS/RICE - 23 EWING - 26
A 12/11/90 109-90 L BURTON/EDWARDS - 15 EWING - 29
1989-90 Season
A 04/16/90 119-102 L LONG - 17 EWING - 27
H 03/11/90 106-90 L SEIKALY - 28 EWING - 30
H 02/23/90 128-121 W DOUGLAS - 28 JACKSON - 27
A 02/05/90 116-107 L SEIKALY - 22 EWING/OAKLEY - 24
H 12/26/89 100-94 L SEIKALY - 26 OAKLEY - 19
A 11/04/89 119-99 L DAVIS - 17 EWING - 35
1988-89 Season
H 03/22/89 107-103 W EDWARDS - 26 NEWMAN - 26
A 03/02/89 132-123 L GRAY - 25 VANDEWEGHE - 23