Miami vs. Philadelphia

2013-14 Season vs Philadelphia

76ers vs HEAT
Apr. 16, 2014
LOSS: 100-87
The 76ers defeated the Miami HEAT 100-87 Wednesday at AmericanAirlines Arena. Miami was playing without starters LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers, in addition to Chris Andersen and Rashard Lewis, who were all resting as the HEAT prepare for the postseason. The short-handed HEAT trailed by double digits most of the second half against a balanced Philadelphia attack. The Sixers had six players score in double figures. Guard Dwyane Wade led the HEAT with 16 points while Center Udonis Haslem lead the team in rebounds with 10. Toney Douglas had 13 points, Ray Allen contriuted 11.

HEAT @ 76ers
Jan. 17, 2014
WIN: 101-86
Chris Bosh scored 25 points and LeBron James added an all-around effort with 21 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds, leading the Miami HEAT past the Philadelphia 76ers. Shane Battier and Norris Cole scored 13 points each, while Mario Chalmers had 10. Dwyane Wade had eight points in 25 minutes. The HEAT snapped their three-game losing streak. Bosh shot 11-for-18. James was 7-for-13, while Battier and Cole each shot 5-for-9.

HEAT @ 76ers
Oct. 30, 2013
LOSS: 110-114
LeBron James led the HEAT with 25 points and 13 assists while Chris Bosh added 22 points and 10 rebounds. Ray Allen chipped in with 19 points off the bench. The HEAT gave Dwyane Wade the night off to rest his sore knees. In a back-to-back scenario, it was the right decision in a marathon 82-game regular season. Rashard Lewis played really well off the Miami bench and presented matchup problems for the Sixers. Lewis scored 11 points, one rebound, and five assists. Mario Chalmers also contributed 16 points, five rebounds, and four assists.

2012-13 Season vs Philadelphia

76ers vs HEAT
Apr. 6, 2013
WIN: 87-106
LeBron James was back for the Miami HEAT and Chris Bosh was gone. Despite the change in unavailable player, the HEAT still found another way to win with just one-third of their All-Stars in the lineup. In his return, James scored 27 points to lead the HEAT to a victory against the 76ers. James received plenty of help, with five other players scoring in double-figures. Reserve Rashard Lewis finished with 14 points, his third-highest total of the season. Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers each scored 11 points while Norris Cole and Udonis Haslem added 10.

HEAT @ 76ers
Mar. 13, 2013
WIN: 98-94
LeBron James scored 27 points, Dwyane Wade added 21 points and the Miami HEAT won their 20th consecutive game with a hard-fought 98-94 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. Ray Allen contributed 12 points while Chris Bosh and Chris Andersen had 10 each. The HEAT's 20-game winning streak is tied for the third-longest in NBA history. The Lakers won 33 in a row in 1971-72, the Houston Rockets won 22 straight in 2007-08 while the Milwaukee Bucks (1970-71) and Washington Capitols (1948) also won 20 straight.

76ers vs HEAT
Mar. 8, 2013
WIN: 93-102
For the second straight game, the HEAT toyed with an inferior opponent. They trailed after three quarters before turning it on in the fourth. LeBron James led all scorers with 25 points and also had 10 rebounds and five assists. Dwyane Wade finished with 22 points and four assists, Chris Bosh added 16 points and four rebounds, Shane Battier had 11 points and Ray Allen contributed with 12.

HEAT @ 76ers
Feb. 23, 2013
WIN: 114-90
Dwyane Wade and LeBron James carried the HEAT to their 10th consecutive victory following a 24-point rout of the Philadelphia 76ers, 114-90, before a sellout crowd of 20,665 Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center. Wade had a sensational shooting night, going 14-for-18 for a game-high 33 points while James earned his 35th career triple-double with the HEAT after compiling 16 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds. Mario Chalmers scored 14 points and Chris Bosh had 13, who improved to 39-14, the best record in the Eastern Conference. Ray Allen and Norris Cole also added 12 points each off the bench.

2011-12 Season vs Philadelphia

HEAT vs. Sixers
Apr. 3, 2012
WIN: 99-93
LeBron James scored a season-high 41 points as the Heat defeated the 76ers 99-93 Tuesday at AmericanAirlines Arena to clinch a spot in the playoffs.

HEAT @ Sixers
Mar. 16, 2012
WIN: 84-78
LeBron James scored 29 points to leading five Miami Heat players in double figures in an 84-78 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers Friday night at the Wells Fargo Center. Dwyane Wade scored 12 points while Chris Bosh, Mario Chalmers and Udonis Haslem had 10 each. The Heat (32-11) snapped a four-game road losing streak and won for the 10th consecutive time in the regular season over the Sixers.

HEAT @ Sixers
Feb. 3, 2012
WIN: 99-79
The Miami Heat continued their dominance over the Philadelphia 76ers in the regular season with their ninth straight victory. Dwyane Wade scored 26 points, LeBron James had 19 points and the Heat pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 99-79 victory Friday night at the Wells Fargo Center. Six Miami players scored in double figures as it improved to 17-6 and 7-4 on the road.

Sixers @ HEAT
Jan. 21, 2012
WIN: 113-92
Chris Bosh scored 30 points and grabbed seven boards to lead the HEAT past the Sixers 113-92 Saturday night at home. LeBron James added 28 points and nine rebounds for the HEAT, who improved to 3-0 on their five-game homestand.

2011 Playoffs Round 1 vs Philadelphia

Sixers @ HEAT
Game 5
April 27, 2011
WIN: 97-91
Dwyane Wade had 26 points and 11 rebounds as the HEAT closed out their first-round series against the 76ers with a 97-91 victory in Miami on Wednesday. Chris Bosh (22 points, 11 boards) and LeBron James (16 points, 10 boards) both tallied double-doubles. The HEAT face off against the Celtics in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

HEAT @ Sixers
Game 4
April 24, 2011
LOSS: 86-82
LeBron James scored 31 points and Dwyane Wade added 22, but the HEAT fell short in the closing moments of Game 4 against the 76ers, losing 86-82 in Philly on Sunday. The HEAT lead the series 3-1 and look to close out the Sixers in Game 5 on Wednesday.

HEAT @ Sixers
Game 3
April 21, 2011
WIN: 100-94
Dwyane Wade had 32 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists as the HEAT took a 3-0 series-lead over the Sixers with a 100-94 victory in Philadelphia on Thursday night. LeBron James tallied 24 points and 15 boards while Chris Bosh scored 19. The HEAT go for the sweep of the Sixers on Sunday afternoon.

Sixers @ HEAT
Game 2
April 18, 2011
WIN: 94-73
LeBron James scored 29 points and Chris Bosh added 21 Monday night as the HEAT cruised to a 94-73 win over the Sixers in Game 2. Dwyane Wade, questionable because of migraines, started and had 14 points. Game 3 will be Thursday night in Philadephia.

Sixers @ HEAT
Game 1
April 16, 2011
WIN: 97-89
Chris Bosh notched 25 points and 12 rebounds as the HEAT defeated the 76ers 97-89 in Game 1 at home Saturday. LeBron James added 21 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and three blocks while Dwyane Wade had 17 points and seven rebounds.

2010-11 Season vs Philadelphia

Sixers @ HEAT
March 25, 2011
WIN: 111-99
Dwyane Wade posted 39 points, 11 rebounds, eight assists, five blocks and three steals as the HEAT defeated the 76ers 111-99 at American Airlines Arena on Friday night. LeBron James added 32 points and 10 rebounds while Chris Bosh tallied 20 points and 10 boards.

Sixers @ HEAT
Nov. 26, 2010
WIN: 99-90
Dwyane Wade led the way with 23 points while adding six rebounds and eight assists as the HEAT took down the Sixers 99-90 in Miami on Friday night. LeBron James added 20 points and eight rebounds while Chris Bosh tallied 18 points and nine boards. The HEAT are in action again on Saturday when they travel to Dallas.

HEAT @ Sixers
Oct. 27, 2010
WIN: 97-87
Just one night removed from a tough season opener at the hands of Boston's ruthless defense, the Miami HEAT took care of the Philadelphia 76ers, 97-87, in the sort of workmanlike fashion expected to be seen closer to Easter than Halloween.

2009-10 Season vs Philadelphia

HEAT @ Sixers
April 12, 2010
WIN: 107-105
Dwyane Wade scored 30 points as the HEAT beat the 76ers 107-105 in Philadelphia on Monday night. Quentin Richardson posted a double-double (15 points, 12 rebounds) while Udonis Haslem chipped in with 12 points, including the game-winning basket. The HEAT are in action again on Wednesday when they host the Nets in their final regular season game.

Sixers @ HEAT
April 7, 2010
WIN: 99-95
Dwyane Wade scored 16 of his 22 points in the second half and Carlos Arroyo (15 points) hit two free throws with four seconds left as the HEAT held off the 76ers 99-95 Wednesday night at home. Dorell Wright added 19 points off the bench to help the HEAT extend their winning streak to nine straight games, currently the longest in the NBA.

Sixers @ HEAT
March 14, 2010
WIN: 104-91
Dwyane Wade scored 38 points to lead the HEAT to a 104-91 home victory over the Sixers on Sunday afternoon. The HEAT had five players in double figures, with James Jones chipping in 14 points off the bench. The HEAT have won six straight games at home.

HEAT @ Sixers
Feb. 16, 2010
LOSS: 105-78
Dwyane Wade scored 24 points and Jermaine O'Neal added 20 as the HEAT extended their winning streak to three games with a 105-78 victory Tuesday night in Philadelphia. Quentin Richardson finished with 10 points and 10 rebounds for Miami, which visits New Jersey for the second of four road games in five nights on Wednesday.

2008-09 Season vs Philadelphia

HEAT @ Sixers
March 15, 2009
LOSS: 85-77
A day after winning a triple-overtime thriller, the HEAT could not turn that momentum into a victory on Sunday afternoon, falling 85-77 to the 76ers on the road. Jermaine O'Neal led the way with 20 points. Udonis Haslem recorded a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Dwyane Wade followed up his 50-point effort from Saturday with 18 points.

Sixers @ HEAT
February 21, 2009
WIN: 97-91
Dwyane Wade scored 25 points and new acquisition Jermaine O'Neal added a double-double as the Heat beat the Sixers 97-91 Saturday to end a two-game losing streak at AmericanAirlines Arena.

HEAT @ Sixers
February 7, 2009
LOSS: 94-84
Dwyane Wade scored 21 points and dished out seven assists Saturday night, but it wasn't enough. The 76ers rallied in the fourth quarter with three-pointers to beat the HEAT 94-84 in Philadelphia. Mario Chalmers added 18 points, and Udonis Haslem grabbed nine rebounds.

HEAT vs. Sixers
November 5, 2008
WIN: 106-83
Dwyane Wade had a terrific all-around game Wednesday with 29 points, seven rebounds, six assists, five steals and three blocks as the HEAT rolled to a 106-83 home victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.

2007-08 Season vs Philadelphia

HEAT vs. Sixers
Feb. 23, 2008
LOSS: 101-96
The HEAT scored the first five points in overtime, but went scoreless the rest of the extra period en route to a 101-96 loss to the visiting Sixers on Saturday. Dwyane Wade scored a game-high 33 points.

HEAT @ Sixers
Feb. 7, 2008
LOSS: 101-84
Looking for a breakthrough road win, the HEAT held the lead late in the third quarter Thursday at Philadelphia. Down to eight healthy players, they could not complete the deal in a 101-84 loss. Dwyane Wade collected 19 points and nine assists and Mark Blount and Dorell Wright had double-doubles. New acquisitions Shawn Marion and Marcus Banks are expected to make their debuts Sunday vs. the Lakers.

HEAT @ Sixers
Dec 26, 2007
LOSS: 96-85
The HEAT's holiday road trip ended in Philadelphia on Wednesday night with a tough 96-85 loss to the Sixers. Dwyane Wade led Miami with 27 points and nine assists, and Ricky Davis chipped in 21 points.

2006-07 Season vs Philadelphia

HEAT vs. Sixers
March 24, 2007
LOSS: 93-85
Despite racing to a 19-point first-half lead, Miami dropped a 93-85 decision to the 76ers on Saturday night. Jason Williams scored 21 and dished out six assists, while Shaquille O'Neal posted 18 points on 8-of-11 shooting from the field and pulled down six rebounds. Udonis Haslem added 11 and 14.

HEAT @ Sixers
January 19, 2007
LOSS: 98-95
Dwyane Wade scored nine of Miami's last 11 points, including two free throws with 2.1 seconds remaining to force overtime, but it wasn't enough as the HEAT dropped a 98-95 decision in Philadelphia on Friday. Wade posted 26 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists, while Antoine Walker finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds. Udonis Haslem added 15 points and 10 rebounds.

HEAT vs. Sixers
November 27, 2006
WIN: 103-91
Deadlocked at the half, Miami used a strong third quarter to come away with the 103-91 victory over Philadelphia on Monday. Dwyane Wade tallied 33 points and 13 assists. By leading the team in scoring for the 11th consecutive contest, Wade broke a 15-year franchise record.

HEAT @ Sixers
November 5, 2006
LOSS: 107-98
With Shaquille O' Neal out, the HEAT had no answer for the Sixers offense in the second half of a 107-98 loss on Sunday. Miami had five players reach double figures in the defeat, with Antoine Walker scoring a team-high 23 points.

2005-06 Season vs Philadelphia

HEAT vs. Sixers
April 14, 2006
WIN: 104-85
Udonis Haslem had career highs in points and steals with 24 and five, respectively, and tied his season highs of 14 rebounds and two blocks in Miami's 104-85 home win over the Sixers on Friday. Dwyane Wade added 25 points and eight assists and Shaquille O'Neal had 15 points and 10 rebounds. With the win, Miami clinched the No. 2 spot in the East for the upcoming playoffs.

HEAT @ Sixers
Dec. 16, 2005
WIN: 112-105
The HEAT started hot from the field and built a 20-point lead before holding on for a 112-105 road win over the Sixers on Friday. Dwyane Wade sank 11-of-16 for 32 points, and Shaquille O'Neal added a double-double. Miami improved to 4-0 since O'Neal's return from an ankle injury and 3-0 under head coach Pat Riley.

HEAT vs Sixers
Nov. 18, 2005
WIN: 106-96
Dwyane Wade scored a season-high 32 points, including seven dunks, as the HEAT ended the Sixers' six-game win streak with a 106-96 home win Friday. Wade did more than just score for Miami, adding 10 assists and nine rebounds. Antoine Walker also had the hot hand, dropping in 26 points on 11-for-13 shooting.

2004-05 Season vs Philadelphia

HEAT @ Sixers
Apr. 14, 2005
LOSS: 126-119
Dwyane Wade scored a career-high 48 points, but it was not enough as the HEAT lost to the host 76ers in overtime 126-119 on Thursday. Shaquille O'Neal returned after missing three games and scored 13 points to go with 12 rebounds. The HEAT had an 81-77 lead going into the fourth quarter, but could not hold off the 76ers down the stretch. Wade, who scored 15 of his points in the fourth quarter, also had 10 rebounds and six assists. Damon Jones added 18 points.

HEAT vs. Sixers
Mar. 7, 2005
WIN: 108-100
Despite a late run by Philadelphia, the HEAT held on and grabbed a 108-100 win Monday, their 10th straight at home. Dwyane Wade got loose for a game-high 32 points, Shaquille O'Neal tallied 25 and Udonis Haslem scored 12 to go with 10 rebounds.

HEAT @ Sixers
Jan. 24, 2005
LOSS: 106-98
Miami trailed by just one at the half, but couldn't catch the Sixers after intermission in a 106-98 road loss Monday. Shaquille O'Neal posted 24 points and Dwyane Wade added 17 and 11 assists for the HEAT.

HEAT vs. Sixers
Nov. 21, 2004
WIN: 93-83
The Miami HEAT recorded a 93-83 victory on Sunday night over the visiting Philadelphia 76ers, who were playing without guard Allen Iverson due to a right elbow contusion. Dwyane Wade led Miami with a game-high 25 points while also dishing out seven assists. Damon Jones added 17 points from the bench, going 5-of-8 from three-point range. Without Iverson, the Sixers held a lead of 58- 54 midway through the third quarter before the HEAT closed the quarter with a 15-4 run. Miami held a 67-62 advantage into the fourth quarter before closing out the game with the 10-point win. Shaquille O'Neal and Udonis Haslem both recorded double-doubles to help HEAT Head Coach Stan Van Gundy become the fastest Miami coach to reach 50 victories in franchise history (in 93 games). The victory kept the HEAT perfect against the Eastern Conference, improving to 7-0.

2003-04 Season vs Philadelphia

HEAT vs. Sixers
Mar. 20, 2004
WIN: 101-69
The Philadelphia 76ers were handed their worst loss of the season against the Miami HEAT with a 101-69 defeat at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Dwyane Wade and Eddie Jones lead the HEAT with 17 points apiece. Philadelphia started the game flat by scoring only 30 points in the first half as the HEAT took a 43-30 lead into halftime. The Sixers closed the gap to five in the third period with 3:33 to play, but Miami would go on to shot 65 percent in the final 12 minutes of action while Philadelphia went 3-of-20 (13 percent) from the field to outscore the Sixers 30-10 in the final stanza.

HEAT vs. Sixers
Dec. 17, 2003
LOSS: 87-76
Aaron McKie scored 20 points and led a third-quarter rally and Korver scored all seven of his points in a fourth-quarter surge as the 76ers rolled to an 87-76 victory over the HEAT, who had their four-game winning streak snapped. The 76ers again won without NBA leading scorer Allen Iverson, improving to 3-1 without their injured superstar. They have won 10 of their last 11 meetings with Miami. Rookie Dwyane Wade scored 22 points and Eddie Jones added 20.

HEAT vs. Sixers
Dec. 5, 2003
LOSS: 93-90
Allen Iverson scored 35 points that included a 16-of-17 effort from the free-throw line as the Philadelphia 76ers held off a late HEAT rally to record a 93-90 victory at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Miami, who trailed by as many as 19 points in the game trailed 73-54 in the third quarter got within one point at 91-90 with 39.1 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, but Iverson nailed a jumper on the ensuing Philadelphia possession to extend the lead to three-points. Miami had two more chances to close to within one or win the game. On the first chance, following an Eric Snow missed lay-up, Brian Grant's outlet pass to Eddie Jones sailed out of bounds with 5.4 seconds left to play. The game seemed all but secured for Philadelphia until Snow mishandled the inbound pass, giving the HEAT one last breath. Lamar Odom's three-point try from the top of the key fell short and the 76ers escaped with the win. Dwyane Wade led the HEAT in scoring with 21 points followed by Jones with 20 points and Odom with 19 points. Odom also added 12 rebounds for his seventh double-double of the season. Grant chipped in with 11 points.

HEAT @ Sixers
Oct. 28th, 2003
LOSS: 89-74
Philadelphia guard Allen Iverson scored 26 points and dished out 11 assists as the 76ers broke open a close game to secure an 89-74 win over the Miami HEAT. Philadelphia outscored Miami 24-12 in the final period and feed off of 19 HEAT turnovers in the game to extend their current win streak over Miami to five consecutive wins. Dwyane Wade, who made his NBA debut for Miami, led the team in scoring with 18 points and became the youngest ever rookie to start on opening night for the HEAT. He was followed in scoring by Eddie Jones and Brian Grant who added 15 and 13 points respectively. John Wallace chipped in with nine points off the bench in his HEAT debut.

Preseason
HEAT vs. Sixers
Oct. 8th, 2003
WIN: 89-79
The Miami HEAT needed overtime on Tuesday night to record a win in its preseason opener over the Philadelphia 76ers at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum. Miami defeated Philadelphia 86-79 on the strength of a 25-point effort from Eddie Jones and 18 points each from Lamar Odom and rookie Dwyane Wade. The HEAT however, would not have been in a position to win, if not for two clutch free-throws by Loren Woods to force the overtime period. Woods finished the game with just four-points, all from the free-throw line, including 11 rebounds and two steals. With the Heat trailing, 77-75, in the final 22.3 seconds of the fourth quarter.

2002-2003 Season vs Philadelphia

HEAT vs. Sixers
Mar. 18th, 2003
Allen Iverson scored 32 points, connecting on 13-of-25 shot attempts in leading the Philadelphia 76ers to a 103-83 win over the HEAT at AmericanAirlines Arena. With Tuesday's win, Philadelphia recorded their first regular season sweep of Miami since the 1989-90 season. The Sixers shot a sizzling 55 percent from the field on 43-of-77 shot attempts, including an even hotter percentage from the three-point line at 63 percent (7-of-11). HEAT rookie Caron Butler scored a career-high 26 points to lead Miami, who fell behind 28-18 after the first quarter. No other HEAT starter reached double figure scoring and only Vladimir Stepania's 14 points represented the HEAT's next highest scorer off the bench. Brian Grant pulled down 11 rebounds, but scored only eight points.

HEAT @ Sixers
Jan. 31st, 2003
Keith Van Horn scored 33 points and Allen Iverson chipped in with 25 points to lead Philadelphia to a 104-99 victory over the HEAT. The Sixers have won all three meetings over Miami this season with one game remaining on March 18. Philadelphia led by as many as 18 points in the game, after jumping out to an early 11 point lead after one quarter and a 10 point lead into halftime. The Sixers would extend the deficit to 14 points with 10:05 remaining in the third quarter at 63-49, but the HEAT clawed back to close the score at 76-72 by the end of the period. Eddie Jones connected on a three-pointer to open the fourth quarter, that pushed him past the 10,000 point for his career and cut the Sixers lead to 76-75. Miami tied the score three times with last tie coming at 83-83 with 5:44 left to play. An 8-0 scoring run with 3:26 remaining in the period extended the lead to 92-83. Miami pulled to within five points (93-88) with :41 seconds remaining, but got no closer.

HEAT vs Sixers
Jan. 25th, 2003
Allen Iverson hit a fallaway jumper in the lane with 42 remaining to snap a tie as the Sixers recorded a 97-91 victory over the Miami HEAT to avoid falling to .500. Keith Van Horn scored 26 points and Iverson 25 for Philadelphia, (23-21), which closed the game with a 9-1 spurt after Eddie Jones' layup gave the HEAT a 90-88 lead with 1:29 remaining. Van Horn's jump hook tied the game with 1:14 remaining and, following a Miami's turnover, Iverson's basket gave the Sixers the lead for good. Van Horn and Eric Snow each hit a pair from the line to make it 96-91 with 27 seconds left. Derrick Coleman sealed the victory when he blocked rookie Caron Butler's layup on Miami's ensuing possession, then converted 1-of-2 from the line to complete the scoring. The Sixers shot 80 percent from the line, making 28-of-35, including 11-of-13 in the final period. Jones scored 26 points and Butler added 22 for Miami, which fell to 1-1 on a four-game homestand.

HEAT @ Sixers
Nov. 27th, 2002
Allen Iverson scored 36 points on 11-of-25 shooting from the field, 2-of-4 from the three-point line and 12-of-13 from the free-throw line, in leading Philadelphia to a 83-74 win over the HEAT. The score was tied 18-18 after the first quarter and read 45-33 at halftime. The deficit ballooned to 17 points in the third quarter. Miami trailed 56-39 with 6:40 remaining in the period, before the HEAT rallied to tie the score at 68-68 with 7:18 left in the fourth quarter. Iverson would score the next five points to extend the lead to 73-68, as Miami scored only six points the rest of the way. The HEAT shot 37 percent from the field and 14 percent from the three-point line. Despite outrebounding Philadelphia 48-41, the HEAT committed 17 turnovers en-route to its third lowest points output of the season. Brian Grant led the HEAT with 17 points and 18 rebounds, followed by Eddie Jones with 16 points and Eddie House's 11 points off the bench. Malik Allen recorded 12 rebounds and three blocked shots, but managed only eight points. Travis Best and rookie Caron Butler combined to score only nine points, connecting on 3-of-15 shot attempts. Best was 2-of-7 from the field, while Butler was 1-of-8. Anthony Carter, who saw his first action in five games, led the HEAT with five assists.


HEAT vs. 76ers History
H/A DATE SCORE W/L HEAT LEADING SCORER OPP. LEADING SCORER
2002-03 Season
H 03/18/03 103-83 L C. BUTLER - 26 IVERSON - 32
A 01/31/03 104-99 L JONES - 22 VAN HORN - 33
H 01/25/03 97-91 L JONES - 26 VAN HORN - 26
A 11/27/02 83-74 L GRANT - 17 IVERSON - 36
2001-02 Season
A 03/20/02 82-77 W HOUSE - 20 IVERSON - 38
H 03/19/02 91-79 L JONES - 23 IVERSON - 33
A 02/27/02 82-72 L JACKSON - 16 IVERSON - 31
H 11/13/01 82-76 L JONES - 20 IVERSON - 25
2000-01 Season
H 04/10/01 83-81 W MOURNING - 20 IVERSON - 41
A 02/28/01 79-69 L JONES - 22 IVERSON - 27
A 11/17/00 94-73 L GRANT - 16 IVERSON - 19
H 11/04/00 84-82 L JONES - 26 IVERSON - 23
1999-2000 Season
A 04/10/00 96-80 L MASHBURN - 16 IVERSON - 33
H 03/16/00 92-77 W MOURNING - 21 RATLIFF - 20
H 12/01/99 90-83 W MOURNING - 28 HILL/MCKIE - 20
A 11/17/99 98-93 W MOURNING - 27 LYNCH - 26
1998-99 Season
H 04/01/99 88-84 L MOURNING - 20 GEIGER - 25
H 03/08/99 91-89 W PORTER - 20 IVERSON - 28
A 03/05/99 89-78 W HARDAWAY - 26 IVERSON - 34
1997-98 Season
A 02/04/98 98-84 W MOURNING - 19 COLEMAN/IVERSON - 18
H 01/21/98 92-87 W LENARD - 26 COLEMAN - 22
A 12/19/97 91-84 W HARDAWAY - 22 RATLIFF/THOMAS - 17
H 12/03/97 94-90 W AUSTIN - 28 IVERSON - 21
1996-97 Season
A 02/18/97 111-83 W HARDAWAY - 29 STACKHOUSE - 18
H 02/15/97 125-99 W LENARD/MOURNING - 24 STACKHOUSE - 26
A 12/11/96 84-79 W HARDAWAY - 21 COLEMAN - 24
H 11/16/96 91-89 L HARDAWAY - 23 STACKHOUSE - 33
1995-96 Season
A 04/17/96 90-86 L GATLING - 19 MAXWELL - 31
H 02/25/96 108-101 W HARDAWAY - 20 WEATHERSPOON/RUFFIN - 19
A 02/21/96 66-57 W MOURNING/OWENS - 16 COLEMAN - 16
H 02/01/96 124-104 W CHAPMAN - 23 RUFFIN - 28
1994-95 Season
A 04/21/95 113-106 L RICE - 36 BARROS - 21
H 04/04/95 95-92 W RICE - 25 BARROS - 22
A 12/13/94 105-90 L RICE - 25 BURTON - 53
H 12/07/94 111-102 L RICE - 25 J. MALONE - 34
A 11/16/94 109-96 L RICE - 24 J. MALONE - 31
1993-94 Season
H 03/05/94 120-83 W RICE - 32 J. MALONE - 21
A 02/25/94 115-84 W RICE - 25 WEATHERSPOON - 22
H 02/05/94 96-94 L SHAW - 27 BARROS/PERRY - 14
A 12/22/93 98-90 W RICE - 25 BARROS/WEATHERSPOON - 17
H 12/18/93 113-90 W RICE - 30 WEATHERSPOON - 18
1992-93 Season
A 04/21/93 107-97 L KESSLER - 17 HAWKINS - 20
H 04/10/93 119-114 W RICE - 24 HAWKINS - 40
H 01/20/93 115-112 L SEIKALY - 28 HORNACEK - 27
A 11/20/92 129-128 L RICE - 35 HORNACEK - 32
1991-92 Season
A 04/01/92 108-91 L SEIKALY - 19 BARKLEY - 24
H 02/11/92 114-102 L SEIKALY - 23 HAWKINS - 29
A 12/20/91 127-99 L SEIKALY - 21 BARKLEY/GILLIAM - 31
H 11/29/91 95-92 W SEIKALY - 20 ANDERSON - 25
A 11/20/91 114-107 L RICE - 27 BARKLEY - 29
1990-91 Season
H 04/19/91 114-100 W SEIKALY - 35 HAWKINS - 22
A 03/15/91 105-103 L DOUGLAS - 28 BARKLEY - 27
H 02/22/91 103-96 L RICE - 22 HAWKINS - 26
H 12/21/90 126-102 L RICE - 25 BARKLEY/HAWKINS - 25
A 12/14/90 95-92 L SEIKALY - 27 BARKLEY - 35
1989-90 Season
A 03/21/90 118-97 L FRANK/THOMPSON - 16 HAWKINS - 25
H 01/19/90 102-95 L SEIKALY - 23 BARKLEY - 32
A 12/06/89 121-98 L THOMPSON - 27 DAWKINS/HAWKINS - 24
H 11/22/89 113-103 L DOUGLAS - 19 BARKLEY/HAWKINS - 20
A 11/08/89 115-91 L DOUGLAS/LONG/RICE - 15 BARKLEY - 29
1988-89 Season
A 03/31/89 114-93 L LONG - 18 BARKLEY - 24
H 02/22/89 139-108 L SUNDVOLD - 26 BARKLEY - 39