2018-19 Season vs Atlanta

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
March 4, 2019
WIN: 114-113
With the Hawks gaining some momentum heading into the fourth quarter, Wade did what he does best and closed out the game in crunch time. Earlier, he reached a milestone in the second quarter with a block on B.J. Johnson that gave him the most by a guard in NBA history (including regular season and postseason). In all, Wade led Miami with 23 points (14 in the fourth) on 10-of-17 shooting and also amassed five assists, two rebounds and two blocks.

HEAT vs Hawks
HEAT vs Hawks
Jan. 6, 2019
LOSS: 106-82
As usual, Derrick Jones Jr. was active on both ends of the floor against the Hawks. In fact, he led the HEAT with 14 points on 5-of-9 shooting to go along with three rebounds and three steals.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Nov. 27, 2018
LOSS: 115-113
After a little bit of a slow start, Josh Richardson came alive in the fourth quarter and did all he could to try and get the win. In fact, the 25-year-old led Miami with nine points in the period. Unfortunately, Richardson missed what would have been the go-ahead three with 1.1 seconds to play. When it was all said and done, the Tennessee product had a game-high 22 points to go along with eight rebounds, five steals and four assists.

HEAT vs Hawks
HEAT vs Hawks
Nov. 3, 2018
LOSS: 123-118
Well, Josh Richardson’s career-high didn’t last long. Just five days after scoring 31 points against the Kings, Richardson was assertive once more and topped that mark by a point versus the Hawks. This time around though, J. Rich really found the range from deep, as he knocked down six treys, which was one off his career-high. In addition to his career-high 32 points on 10-of-18 shooting, Richardson also had three assists, two steals and a block.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Oct. 12, 2018
WIN: 119-113
After going off against the Pelicans on Wednesday, Josh Richardson was at it again versus the Hawks. And like in that prior outing, he wasted little time to get going. Not only did Richardson come through with a tremendous block on Trae Young early in the first quarter, but he also converted his patented scoop shot near the end of the period. As the game progressed, Richardson continued to find success off the dribble regardless of who was defending him and also knocked down a few jumpers for good measure. On the flip side of the ball, the 25-year-old dug in against multiple guys, including Young, Taurean Prince and Kent Bazemore a bit before he shifted his attention to DeAndre’ Bembry and Tyler Dorsey in the second half. In addition to his game-high 24 points on 7-of-12 shooting, Richardson also amassed three assists, two boards, a block and a team-high plus-13 rating.

2017-18 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT vs Hawks
HEAT vs Hawks
April 4, 2018
WIN: 115-86
Kelly Olynyk caught fire in the second quarter, as he scored 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting in the period and helped the HEAT gain some momentum before halftime. Olynyk finished the night with 19 points on 7-of-12 shooting, eight boards, five assists and a plus-26 rating.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
April 3, 2018
WIN: 101-98
Although Josh Richardson didn’t score that much, he certainly made up for it on the defensive end. How so? Well, he came through with clutch blocks on both Damion Lee and John Collins as Atlanta was trying to spoil Miami’s plans in the fourth. Throughout the contest, J. Rich guarded multiple guys as usual, including Lee, Isaiah Taylor and Tyler Dorsey. When it was all said and done, Richardson tallied nine points, five rebounds, two assists and a steal to go along with those aforementioned two blocks.

HEAT vs Hawks
HEAT vs Hawks
Dec. 18, 2017
LOSS: 110-104
After a career night against the Clippers, Josh Richardson carried over his torrid play to Atlanta. In the first half on Monday, the 24-year-old continued to knock down catch-and-shoot treys and pull-up mid-range jumpers with relative ease. As the game progressed, Richardson attacked the basket a bit more, especially in the fourth quarter. While that was important, the former Tennessee Volunteer did a nice job of defending Dennis Schröder down the stretch and blocked him twice in the fourth. Simply put, Richardson did all he could to try and give Miami the win. In addition to his team-high 26 points on 10-of-19 shooting, the swingman also had four boards, three assists, a team-high three steals and two blocks.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Oct. 23, 2017
WIN: 104-93
From beginning to end, Josh Richardson was just in another gear. After scoring 10 points in the first quarter to help Miami get off on the right foot, the 24-year-old attacked the basket and tallied eight points in the fourth. On the flip side of the ball, the former Tennessee Volunteer was his usual versatile self and defended multiple guys, including Kent Bazemore, Taurean Prince and Marco Belinelli. In addition to his team-high 21 points on 8-of-17 shooting, Richardson also accumulated four rebounds, two assists, two steals, two blocks and a plus-10 rating.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Oct. 1, 2017
WIN: 96-90
Simply put, Josh Richardson did a little bit of everything against the Hawks. Whether it was handling the ball, playing off the ball, contesting shots or creating turnovers, the 24-year-old got the job done. His most impressive sequence came at the very beginning of the third quarter when he blocked Dennis Schröder on back-to-back possessions. Shortly after that, Richardson nailed a catch-and-shoot trey. Otherwise on the offensive end, the former Tennessee Volunteer knocked down some shots from the perimeter and drew contact on attacks to the basket. In all, Richardson tallied 12 points on 4-of-8 shooting, three boards, two assists, a plus-15 rating and a team-high four blocks.

2016-17 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT vs Hawks
HEAT vs Hawks
Feb. 24, 2017
WIN: 108-90
Tyler Johnson did a little bit of everything against the Hawks, whether it was spot-up threes, mid-range jumpers or finishes at the rim. In short, the young man delivered regardless of the circumstances. Johnson also got the job done on the defensive end, including a heads-up steal in the third quarter that led to an and-one finish for Rodney McGruder in transition. Otherwise, the 24-year-old handled the ball often and created well for his teammates. In addition to his 23 points on 9-of-11 shooting, the former Fresno State standout also tallied five rebounds and five assists.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Feb. 1, 2017
WIN: 116-93
After scoring his first two buckets in transition, Goran Dragić really caught fire from downtown as the game progressed. In fact, the Slovenian nailed his first four 3-pointers of the night and put a lot of pressure on Atlanta. Particularly, Dragić helped Miami blow the game wide open with 15 points on 4-of-4 shooting in the third quarter. In all, the Dragon tallied five rebounds and five assists to go along with his 27 points on 8-of-13 shooting.

HEAT vs Hawks
HEAT vs Hawks
Dec. 7, 2016
LOSS: 103-95
With Miami down double-digits entering the fourth quarter, Tyler Johnson answered the call to get the HEAT back in it. In fact, the 24-year-old scored 13 points, dished out an assist and came up with a steal in the period. He simply did everything in his power to try and come away victorious. In addition to his career-high 27 points on 8-of-16 shooting, including 4-of-5 from distance, Johnson also had five assists and two boards on the night.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Nov. 15, 2016
LOSS: 93-90
Hassan Whiteside was an absolute monster on the glass for Miami, racking up 10 offensive rebounds against Atlanta. From the start, the big fella did not shy away from his matchup with Dwight Howard and even blocked him in the second quarter. Still, Whiteside really started to get rolling after halftime. The former Marshall standout gave the HEAT numerous second-chance opportunities and absorbed a lot of contact down-low. Despite that, he kept his cool and remained focused on the task at hand. In addition to his 19 points and 25 rebounds, Whiteside also had two assists, two steals and a block.

2015-16 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT vs Hawks
HEAT vs Hawks
Feb. 19, 2016
WIN: 115-111
With just nine players available for Miami, Luol Deng came out strong and got off to a quick start. Luckily for the HEAT, he never looked back. Deng made some decisive cuts to the rim throughout, which allowed his teammates to find him for easy looks. Otherwise, the vet also attacked the rim with purpose. Thanks to all the drives to the rack, Deng got to the free throw line often and kept pressure on the Hawks. On the flip side of the ball, he was extremely active defensively as usual. Still, Deng poured in 12 of his 30 points in the fourth and hit some huge outside shots to get the victory. In addition to those 30 points on 11-of-17 shooting, he also tallied 11 boards and four steals. Josh McRoberts, meanwhile, did a little bit of everything on the offensive end, as he knocked down three 3-pointers and finished some tough plays inside off the dribble. Quite simply, his versatility was on full display in his extended playing time on Friday night. McRoberts flirted with a triple-double and ended up with 19 points, 10 assists and six rebounds on 8-of-13 shooting.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Jan. 31, 2016
WIN: 105-87
Although Miami had a balanced attack offensively, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade each scored six points apiece in the fourth quarter to make sure the Hawks wouldn’t mount a comeback. As he had throughout the game, Wade relentlessly attacked the basket and converted some tough finishes. In particular, he had an extremely difficult shot inside over both Al Horford and Paul Millsap in the fourth. Wade finished the game with 17 points, a team-high eight assists and four boards. Bosh, meanwhile, mixed it up with jumpers and decisive drives to the rack. Quite simply, he continued to pick his spots and kept Atlanta on its heels. In addition to his 18 points, Bosh also tallied seven rebounds and two assists. Additionally, Amar’e Stoudemire continued to make an impact in the starting lineup. The 33-year-old had 13 points, 12 boards and three steals on the night.

HEAT vs Hawks
HEAT vs Hawks
Dec. 14, 2015
WIN: 100-88
From the start on Monday night, Goran Dragic looked like a man possessed. Early on, the Slovenian relentlessly attacked the basket and was very aggressive. He also displayed good court vision and looked to set up his teammates. In the first half alone, Dragic had 10 points and four assists on 5-of-9 shooting. His ability to convert over taller defenders is really what makes him tough to defend. Speaking of tough, Dragic came back in the game despite cracking his tooth in the third quarter. In all, the 29-year-old had 12 points, eight assists and seven boards against the Hawks. Chris Bosh, meanwhile, was simply on-point from long range and put a lot of pressure on the defense. He scored seven of his team-high 24 points in the fourth, with none as vital as a dunk he had with about four minutes to go in the contest. In all, the HEAT did very well against one of the better offensive teams in the league, as it held the Hawks to just 39.3 percent shooting for the game.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Nov. 3, 2015
LOSS: 98-92
Hassan Whiteside displayed some impressive spin moves on the block that enabled him to get difficult shots off and was an absolute monster on the offensive glass. He also altered shots at the rim and even swatted Al Horford in the third quarter. In addition to his 23 points and 14 boards (five offensive), Whiteside had four blocks. Despite missing some time in the second half with migraine symptoms, Dwyane Wade was still very effective against the Hawks. He mixed it up often against Atlanta with tough mid-range jumpers and nifty drives to the hoop. The captain had 21 points on 8-of-15 shooting.

HEAT vs Hawks
HEAT vs Hawks
Oct. 18, 2015
WIN: 101-92
James Ennis didn’t play in the first half, but he really sparked the HEAT when he started after halftime. Once he checked in, Ennis fought hard on the offensive glass and showed a lot of moxie inside. He also converted on a number of tough drives to the hoop after absorbing a lot of contact. The dynamic athlete scored 13 of his 19 points in the third and led the charge on a 22-9 run to begin the quarter. He wasn’t done there though. Ennis knocked down two deep 3-pointers late in the fourth quarter to essentially ice the game. He finished the contest 8-of-13 shooting and also grabbed six boards on the night. While the HEAT didn’t shoot a high percentage, they received great looks. Against the Hawks, Miami tallied 26 assists on 36 made field goals. Tyler Johnson continued to impress on Sunday night and scored all seven of his points in that all-important third quarter.

2014-15 Season vs Atlanta

Hawks vs HEAT
HEAT @ Hawks
Mar. 27, 2015
LOSS: 86-99
Despite the loss, Luol Deng had a solid performance against the Hawks doing most of his damage early on and fighting hard inside for some tough finishes. He worked relentlessly to get open and his teammates often found him. Deng never gave up and did well on the offensive glass throughout the game. He finished with 17 points and 10 boards on Friday night. For the second consecutive game, Henry Walker came up big from beyond the arc. Walker hit four 3-pointers against the Hawks and finished the game with 12 points, nine rebounds and five assists. While the HEAT never led on Friday night, they tried to make a comeback in the fourth quarter. Mario Chalmers led the charge with 10 of his 13 points in the final period. James Ennis also did some damage in the fourth. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t enough. Hassan Whiteside (right hand laceration) and Chris Andersen (left calf contusion) sat out.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Feb. 28, 2015
LOSS: 93-91
Dwyane Wade led the way for the HEAT with 22 points and four assists. Hassan Whiteside was an absolute monster on the glass against the Hawks. Whiteside gave the HEAT plenty of second-chance opportunities and hit plenty of tough hook shots in the post. Whiteside finished the game with 14 points, a whopping 24 rebounds (eight offensive) and two blocked shots. At nearly every opportunity, Goran Dragić got out in transition against the Hawks. While the HEAT didn’t convert every time in transition, it still was good to see them push tempo to try and get easy buckets. In all, the HEAT registered 14 fast break points. Dragić showed off his blazing speed once again and finished the game with six points and six assists. Michael Beasley made some nice plays in the third quarter, including a huge one-handed jam that pumped up the crowd. Beasley had nine points and three rebounds on the night.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Dec. 3, 2014
LOSS: 112-102
Both Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade had solid outings against the Hawks. Bosh primarily attacked from the perimeter and hit all three of his 3-pointers. In all, Bosh shot 9-of-12 for 27 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. Wade, meanwhile, started to get going in the second quarter after a slow start to the game. Wade shot an efficient 11-of-20 for his 28 points and dished out seven assists. Earlier in the game, Dwyane Wade had the ball just outside the left block. With two guys on him, Wade threw an excellent pass to Josh McRoberts cutting inside. McRoberts finished the slam to put Miami up 8-7 with 8:05 left in the first quarter. This marked McRoberts' first start in a HEAT uniform. Chalmers made some great passes, both from the perimeter and off-the-dribble. He did the most damage in the third quarter, where he scored eight of his 19 points and dished out three of his 11 assists.

Hawks vs HEAT
HEAT @ Hawks
Nov. 14, 2014
LOSS: 103-114
The Miami HEAT fell to the Atlanta Hawks 114-103 Friday night at Philips Arena. Mario Chalmers led the way for the HEAT with 23 points and a team high 11 assists. Chalmers had a fantastic game in the absence of Dwyane Wade who was out with a hamstring issue. Despite the loss, the HEAT had multiple players in doule digits. Chris Bosh scored 20 points and led the team in rebounds with eight. Shawne Williams also contributed with 21 points and six rebounds while Luol Deng finished the night with 19 points and four rebounds.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Oct. 14, 2014
LOSS: 109-103
Once again, Chris Bosh was very sharp on Tuesday night. Bosh had some nifty moves in the post and drew a lot of fouls on the Hawks. He shot 60 percent from the field and sank 9 of 12 free throws for his 22 points. It has been great to see Bosh consistently get what he wants on the offensive end throughout this preseason. After Atlanta built a double-digit lead, the HEAT responded in the fourth quarter with a 29-15 run to cut the Hawks’ lead to 103-99 with 2:00 left in the game. Shabazz Napier and Shannon Brown played extremely well down the stretch and led the charge for the HEAT during the run. Earlier, the HEAT started the game on a 14-0 run thanks to great defense and crisp ball movement on the offensive end. Danny Granger hit two 3-pointers and had a nice no-look pass to a cutting Luol Deng during the run.

2013-14 Season vs Atlanta

Hawks vs HEAT
HEAT @ Hawks
Apr. 12, 2014
LOSS: 85-98
Dwyane Wade returned to action after missing nine games. Wade looked fine coming off a strained left hamstring, scoring 24 points on 10-for-14 shooting. LeBron James scored a game-high 27 points, 12 of those coming in the fourth quarter. LeBron and Udonis Haslem both had eight rebounds while Chris Andersen had seven. Chris Bosh contributed with 11 points.

Hawks vs HEAT
HEAT @ Hawks
Jan. 20, 2014
LOSS: 114-121
LeBron James scored a game-high 30 to lead the HEAT, who finished a six-game, 11-day road trip at 2-4. Chris Bosh added 21 and seven rebounds. Both teams shot the lights out in the first half, with Atlanta taking a 71-70 lead into halftime. The HEAT, who trailed by as much as 12 in the first half, took the lead on a James 3-pointer with 6:25 to play, but the HEAT missed their next five shots and shot 2-for-8 with three turnovers the rest of the way, as Atlanta regained the lead and held on. Chris Bosh added 21 points and seven rebounds while Mario Chalmers had 17 points and five rebounds. Ray Allen, shooting 5-5, contributed with 14 points, seven rebounds and three assists.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Dec. 23, 2013
WIN: 119-121
The Miami HEAT needed three late free throws from Ray Allen and a huge game from LeBron James to defeat the Atlanta Hawks 121-119 in overtime. With Dwyane Wade sitting out because of knee soreness, James scored a game-high 38 points. He also had eight rebounds and six assists. Despite James' big game, the HEAT would not be on a five-game winning streak without Allen making three free throws near the end of regulation to force overtime. Allen, who started in Wade's place, was fouled on an open 3-point attempt from the corner. The HEAT then took control in the extra period. The victory allowed the HEAT to avoid what would have been a surprising loss. Miami opened the game with a 13-0 run before being outscored 31-17 in the second quarter.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Nov. 19, 2013
WIN: 88-104
Chris Bosh scored 19 points, Mario Chalmers went on a personal 9-0 run in a 39-second spurt of the pivotal third quarter, and the Miami HEAT topped the Atlanta Hawks 104-88 on Tuesday night for their fourth straight victory. Bosh shot 8 of 9 for the EAT, who got 17 points from Ray Allen and 13 from LeBron James. A 15-2 run in the third quarter gave Miami all the room it needed, even on a night when Dwyane Wade sat out to rest.

Hawks vs HEAT
Hawks vs HEAT
Oct. 7, 2013
WIN: 87-92
Chris Bosh scored 21 points on 7-for-8 shooting, LeBron James scored nine and the two-time defending champion Miami HEAT opened the preseason with a 92-87 victory over the Atlanta Hawks. Roger Mason Jr. scored 14 points and Rashard Lewis added 11 for the HEAT, who had what once was 22-point lead trimmed to two in the final seconds but never trailed. Miami played without Dwyane Wade, Udonis Haslem, Chris Andersen, Michael Beasley and Greg Oden. Bosh had 19 points in 14 first-half minutes, helping Miami to a 49-30 lead at the break.

2012-13 Season vs Atlanta

Hawks vs HEAT
Mar. 12, 2013
WIN: 81-98
The HEAT extended their franchise-record streak to 19 straight Tuesday with a 98-81 win over the Hawks. The HEAT led by double-digits for most of the second half behind a strong defensive effort. They held the Hawks to just 42 percent shooting. Dwyane Wade led all scorers with 23 points on 9-for-18 shooting. LeBron James, who shot just 3-for-11, finished with 15 points while Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers each had 14.

HEAT @ Hawks
Feb. 20, 2013
WIN: 103-90
LeBron James turned into the ultimate facilitator while racking up eight of his game-high 11 assists in the final period as the visitors switched into a new gear and outscored the Hawks by 23 points for the win -- Miami's eighth straight victory. Miami's chief bench players, Ray Allen and Shane Battier, did the bulk of the damage with 13 and 11 points, respectively, in the fourth quarter. Dwyane Wade had 20 points, Battier 17 and Allen 15 for Miami, which beat Atlanta for the sixth straight time, and for the seventh straight time in Philips Arena.

Hawks vs HEAT
Dec. 10, 2012
WIN: 92-101
The HEAT were led by Dwyane Wade and LeBron James, who combined to score 53 points. It was the second consecutive game the duo turned in an efficient performance. Wade was 11 of 13 from the field while James finished was 10 of 16. The HEAT as a team shot 58 percent from the field, handing the Hawks just their second loss in the past 10 games. Atlanta was able to keep it close behind the strong play of Al Horford and Josh Smith, but Miami took control late in the third quarter.

HEAT @ Hawks
Oct. 7, 2012
LOSS: 79-92
In their first pre-season game of the 2012-13 season, the Miami HEAT played the Atlanta Hawks and lost 79-92. Chris Bosh finished with 22 points, and LeBron James had 10 for the defending NBA champion Heat, who played without Dwyane Wade as the star guard recovers from surgery on his left knee. Ray Allen, making Miami debut, had 10 points and five assists in 27 minutes. James had six rebounds and a game-high six assists in 24 minutes.

2011-12 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT vs. Hawks
Mar. 7, 2012
WIN: 89-86
Guard Dwyane Wade hit two free throws and had a key assist in the final 15 seconds to help the Miami Heat defeat the Atlanta Hawks 89-86 Wednesday at AmericanAirlines Arena.

HEAT @ Hawks
Feb. 12, 2012
WIN: 107-87
The Heat didn't need LeBron James or Dwyane Wade to win in Atlanta on Jan. 5, and with them healthy Sunday, Miami completely trounced the defenseless Hawks 107-87 in the first of their three games in as many nights.

HEAT @ Hawks
Jan. 5, 2012
WIN: 116-109
Chris Bosh had a double-double (33 points with 14 boards), Mario Chalmers added 29 points and 8 assists, and the short-handed HEAT overcame the Hawks 116-109 in triple overtime Thursday night in Atlanta, despite playing without injured superstars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James. Udonis Haslem added 14 points and 11 boards.

Hawks vs. HEAT
Jan. 2, 2012
LOSS: 100-92
Despite 28 points from LeBron James, the HEAT lost at home to the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night 100-92, dropping their first game of the season. Chris Bosh scored 19 while Dwyane Wade added 12 points and 10 assists.

2010-11 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT @ Hawks
March 18, 2011
WIN: 106-85
LeBron James lit up the Hawks in the third quarter, scoring 23 of his 43 points in the frame as the HEAT cruised to a 106-85 road win Friday. James, who made five 3-pointers, sat out the entire fourth quarter. Chris Bosh scored 17 points and Dwyane Wade added 14.

Hawks @ HEAT
Jan. 19, 2011
LOSS: 93-89
LeBron James led the way with 34 points and added 10 rebounds but the HEAT lost to the Hawks 93-89 in overtime at home on Tuesday night. Dwyane Wade added 27 points while Joel Anthony chipped in with a career-high 16 rebounds. The HEAT are in action again on Saturday when they host the Raptors.

Hawks @ HEAT
Dec. 4, 2010
WIN: 89-77
Different in the way the Miami HEAT, after leading the Atlanta Hawks by as much as 17, never appeared to waver when that lead shrunk to two by the end of the third quarter.

2009-10 Season vs Atlanta

Hawks @ HEAT
March 6, 2010
WIN: 100-94
Dwyane Wade scored 38 points to lead the HEAT to a 100-94 home victory over the division rival Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night. Michael Beasley was huge down the stretch scoring 14 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter. The HEAT take their three-game winning-streak to Charlotte to battle the Bobcats on Tuesday night.

HEAT @ Hawks
Feb. 10, 2010
WIN: 94-76
Jermaine O'Neal scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Wednesday night to lead the HEAT to a 94-76 win over the Hawks in Atlanta. Dwyane Wade added 18 points and 11 assists as the HEAT took control in the fourth quarter. Off the bench, Daequan Cook had 17 points and Udonis Haslem tallied 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Hawks @ HEAT
Jan. 04, 2010
WIN: 92-75
Dwyane Wade (28) and Michael Beasley (22) scored 20+ in the same game for the seventh time this season as the HEAT beat the Hawks 92-75 at American Airlines Arena Monday night. Udonis Haslem added 12 points and 8 rebounds off the bench and Quentin Richardson had 8 points and 10 rebounds.

HEAT @ Hawks
Nov. 18, 2009
LOSS: 105-90
Michael Beasley had 21 points and nine rebounds Wednesday night in Miami's 105-90 loss to the Hawks at Philips Arena. Dwyane Wade scored 15 points and Jermaine O'Neal chipped in with 12. The HEAT travel to Toronto on Friday as they continue a three-game road trip.

2009 Playoffs - Round 1 vs Atlanta

HEAT @ Hawks
Round 1 Game 7
May 3, 2009
LOSS: 91-78
Unfortunately for the HEAT, Game 7 (like the rest of this first-round playoff series) went in favor of the team which built a big lead early. The HEAT fell into a huge hole in the second quarter and couldn't dig their way out en route to a 91-78 loss to the Hawks on Sunday afternoon in Atlanta. Dwyane Wade scored a game-high 31 points, rookie Michael Beasley added 17 off the bench and Udonis Haslem collected 14 points and 13 rebounds to close out the season.

Hawks @ HEAT
Round 1 Game 6
May 1, 2009
WIN: 98-72
Dwayne Wade's 41 points in Game 6 led the HEAT to a 98-72 home victory over Atlanta Friday night that evened their first-round series at 3-3. Rookie Michael Beasley had 22 points and 15 rebounds, and Joel Anthony finished with eight rebounds in place of injured center Jermaine O'Neal. Wade, though, was nearly unstoppable, committing no turnovers and hitting 16 of 17 free throws in 39 minutes. The HEAT will visit Atlanta for the deciding Game 7.

HEAT @ Hawks
Round 1 Game 5
April 29, 2009
LOSS: 106-91
A banged-up Dwyane Wade scored 17 of his 29 points in the third quarter Wednesday to rally the HEAT, but Miami came up short to the Hawks 106-91 in a physical Game 5 in Atlanta. Wade hit his head on the floor in a first-quarter collision and tallied only six points in the first half. Michael Beasley added 18 points off the bench. The HEAT trail the series 3-2 and must win Game 6 in Miami on Friday to continue their season.

Hawks @ HEAT
Round 1 Game 4
April 27, 2009
LOSS: 81-71
James Jones (19 points) hit two four-point plays in the second quarter Monday night as the HEAT clawed back from a 21-point deficit but came up short 81-71 to the Hawks in Game 4 at home. Dwyane Wade finished with 22 points but was slowed by a lower-back problem. The best-of-seven series moves to Atlanta on Wednesday tied at 2-2.

Hawks @ HEAT
Round 1 Game 3
April 25, 2009
WIN: 107-78
With the home crowd dressed in black for Game 3, the HEAT jumped out to an early lead and never looked back to beat the Atlanta Hawks 107-78 Saturday night. Dwayne Wade pumped in 29 and Jermaine O'Neal added 22 as Miami took a 2-1 series lead.

HEAT @ Hawks
Round 1 Game 2
April 22, 2009
WIN: 108-93
The HEAT bounced back in Game 2 of their first-round matchup against the Hawks on Wednesday, winning 108-93 in Atlanta. Dwyane Wade (33 points) shot 60 percent from outside the arc and drained a 3-pointer with 2:36 left to put the game out of reach.

HEAT @ Hawks
Round 1 Game 1
April 19, 2009
LOSS: 90-64
Dwyane Wade scored 19 points Sunday night but the MVP candidate couldn't do it all as the HEAT fell behind early and lost to the Hawks 90-64 in Game 1 of the Playoffs in Atlanta. Michael Beasley tallied 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds off the bench.

2008-09 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT @ Hawks
April 14, 2009
LOSS: 81-79
The Heat rested Dwayne Wade and Jermaine O'Neal on Tuesday in Atlanta and lost 81-79 to the Hawks in a preview of their first round playoff series. Michael Beasley had a double-double after one quarter and finished with 23 points and 13 rebounds.

HEAT @ Hawks
February 27, 2009
LOSS: 91-83
Michael Beasley was hot off the bench Friday with 23 points in Atlanta, but that and 21 points from Dwyane Wade were not enough to prevent a 91-83 loss to the Hawks. In a game where everybody had a hard time scoring in a first half that saw both teams combine for just 68 points, Wade added a game-high 10 assists and Udonis Haslem and Jermaine O'Neal had 11 rebounds each.

Hawks @ HEAT
January 26, 2009
WIN: 95-79
The HEAT beat their Eastern Conference rival Atlanta Hawks at home on Monday, hammering them 95-79. All-Star guard Dwyane Wade had 35 points and Udonis Haslem (eight points) added 13 assists as the HEAT held off a late-game Hawks surge. Michael Beasley left in the second quarter with a knee contusion and did not return.

Hawks @ HEAT
December 12, 2008
LOSS: 87-73
The HEAT controlled momentum early, but couldn't sustain it in the second half as their four-game winning streak was snapped with Friday's 87-73 defeat to the visiting Hawks. Dwyane Wade led Miami, which did not have Michael Beasley (flu-like symptoms), with 21 points.

2007-08 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT @ Hawks
April 16, 2008
WIN: 113-99
The HEAT closed out the season on a positive note Wednesday with a 113-99 home win over the playoff-bound Atlanta Hawks. Jason Williams led seven players in double figures for Miami with 17 points and five assists.

HEAT @ Hawks
March 8, 2008
LOSS: 97-94
Ricky Davis' sweet stroke Saturday night netted five treys and 27 points on 11-for-16 shooting, but the Heat couldn't catch the Hawks down the stretch and lost 97-94 at Philips Arena. Earlier, Miami came up short in the teams' 51.9-second do-over, falling 114-111 to Atlanta.

HEAT @ Hawks
Dec. 19, 2007
LOSS: 117-111
Dwyane Wade did it all Wednesday night, scoring 36 points, dishing out 10 assists and grabbing six rebounds, but the HEAT came up short to the Hawks in overtime, 117-111.

HEAT vs. Hawks
November 21, 2007
LOSS: 82-79
Smith snuffed out Wade's potentially game-tying layup with 3.9 seconds left, Joe Johnson scored 22 points and the Atlanta Hawks rallied from a 10-point deficit entering the final quarter to beat the Heat 82-79 Wednesday night. Shaquille O'Neal had 18 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks - his most in nearly three years - for Miami. O'Neal passed Alex English for 11th on the NBA's scoring list with his eighth point, but other than that, there was little for Miami to enjoy.

Hawks vs. HEAT
October 10, 2007
LOSS: 106-100
Udonis Haslem was dominant on both sides of the court, scoring 22 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in Miami's 106-100 overtime loss to Atlanta in a preseason matchup on Wednesday. Dorell Wright also had an impressive showing, swatting six shots.

2006-07 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT vs. Hawks
March 26, 2007
WIN: 106-89
The HEAT got 22 points and 11 rebounds from Shaquille O'Neal and outscored the Hawks by 12 points in the second half of a 106-89 win on Monday. O'Neal's effort moved him into 12th place on the NBA's all-time scoring list. James Posey had 19 points on efficient 6-of-9 shooting, and Eddie Jones added 13 points and nine rebounds.

HEAT @ Hawks
March 21, 2007
WIN: 91-83
Jason Williams scored 21 to lead six players in double-figure scoring in the HEAT's 91-83 victory over the Hawks on Wednesday. Eddie Jones posted 14 points and recorded four steals, while Shaquille O'Neal scored 12 and dished out six assists.

HEAT vs. Hawks
March 5, 2007
WIN: 88-81
In his best game since rejoining Miami, Eddie Jones scored 14 of his game-high 21 points in the fourth quarter of an 88-81 victory over the visiting Hawks on Monday. Shaquille O'Neal added 14 and nine rebounds. Jason Kapono scored seven before leaving with a sprained ankle in the third period.

HEAT @ Hawks
November 18, 2006
WIN: 93-88
Dwyane Wade nailed a trey and then assisted on a Jason Williams 3-pointer on consecutive possessions in overtime and Miami never looked back in Saturday's 93-88 victory in Atlanta. Wade finished with 37 points and nine assists, and Udonis Haslem added 21 points and 17 rebounds.

HEAT @ Hawks
October 14, 2006
LOSS: 91-81
Miami could not maintain its hot start and was dealt a 91-81 preseason road loss by the Hawks on Saturday night. Antoine Walker racked up 17 points, 12 rebounds and four assists and Udonis Haslem scored 16 on 6-of-7 shooting from the floor. Shaquille O'Neal had nine points in limited action and Dwyane Wade did not play.

2005-06 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT @ Hawks
April 18, 2006
LOSS: 103-100
The HEAT rested several of their starters in Tuesday's 103-100 loss at Atlanta. With Miami already locked into the No. 2 seed in the East, Shaquille O'Neal, Dwyane Wade and Gary Payton sat out. Coach Pat Riley also was absent, as he was visiting his ill mother. Dorell Wright led the way with a career-high 19 points and Jason Kapono added 16 on 7-of-9 shooting from the floor.

HEAT vs Hawks
Mar. 4, 2006
WIN: 95-83
The HEAT trailed by as many as 17 and did not hold a lead until Derek Anderson found Alonzo Mourning under the basket for a dunk with 1.8 seconds left in Saturday's 95-93 home win over the Hawks. Anderson, playing in his first game since being acquired from Houston, scored 12 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter. Shaquille O'Neal led the HEAT with 21 points and eight rebounds while Dwyane Wade sat out with a wrist injury.

HEAT vs Hawks
Dec. 20, 2005
WIN: 111-92
Shaquille O'Neal welcomed Pat Riley back to the AmericanAirlines Arena bench with a dominant performance in the HEAT's 111-92 win Tuesday against the Hawks. Riley watched the Big Fella notch a game-high 28 points and 10 rebounds in just 24 minutes. The Heat have won nine straight against Atlanta and four of five overall since Riley took over as interim head coach.

HEAT @ Hawks
Nov. 30, 2005
WIN: 96-74
Jason Williams and Dwyane Wade combined for 41 points to lead the HEAT to Wednesday's 96-74 win at Atlanta. Williams tallied 21 points and nine assists, while Wade was right behind him with 20 points. Alonzo Mourning scored 14 and grabbed 12 rebounds for Miami, which led by nine at the half and pulled away for good in the fourth.

HEAT vs. Hawks
Oct. 24, 2005
WIN: 84-83
Jason Williams and Gary Payton showed they can provided a nice complement to Dwyane Wade. Williams made a late 3-pointer before Payton made a game-winning shot at the buzzer to lift the Miami HEAT to an 84-83 win over the Atlanta Hawks in preseason action.

2004-05 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT @ Hawks
Jan. 28th, 2005
WIN: 106-96
Shandon Anderson scored a season-high 21 points to help lead the HEAT to a 106-96 victory over the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena. Atlanta kept pace with Miami in the first half behind the hot shooting of Antoine Walker, scoring 18 points on 7-of- 10 shooting, to keep the Hawks to within three, 54-51, at the intermission. In the second half, the HEAT came out rolling, outscoring the Hawks 23-10 during the first six minutes of the third quarter to take its largest lead of the game, 16 points. But Atlanta would answer Miami's run with a 21-4 run of their own to take an 82-81 with 6.4 seconds remaining in the quarter. But Anderson's three-point play with 0.3 seconds left put the HEAT back up by two heading into the final period. The HEAT held the Hawks to 14 points on 29.4 percent shooting in the final 12 minutes to secure the win.

HEAT vs. Hawks
Jan. 19th, 2005
WIN: 111-92
After a five-game West Coast swing, the HEAT brought home a victory, 111-92, over the Atlanta Hawks. Dwyane Wade appeared in his first game since missing back-to-back games due to injuries, tying Shaquille O'Neal for a game high 25 points. Despite only a five-point lead, 54-49, at the half, the HEAT pulled away in the third quarter with a 16-2 run. Wade, complemented by the bench, led the way with 12 points in the quarter. Miami held Atlanta to 39.1 percent shooting from the field in the second half and increased its lead to 19 in the fourth. Shaquille O'Neal notched another double-double, grabbing 12 rebounds.

HEAT vs. Hawks
Dec. 27th, 2004
WIN: 116-102
The HEAT defeated the visiting Atlanta Hawks, 116-102, in Miami on Monday night to extend its win streak to a franchise-record 12 in a row. Shaquille O'Neal, sporting a flak jacket for bruised ribs, paced the HEAT with a game-high 31 points while Dwyane Wade added 29 points and a game-high nine assists. The Hawks held a one-point lead at the break and had the HEAT down 78-72 with 3:56 left in the third period before Miami took over. Wade's lay up with 3:39 remaining started a 13-0 run, part of an 18-2 run which was capped by a Rasual Butler jumper to close out the quarter. Miami jumped out by as many as 16 points in the final period led by Christian Laettner's nine points off the bench. The HEAT connected on 46.7 percent from the field while holding Atlanta to 31.8 percent shooting in the final 12 minutes. For the game, the HEAT outscored the Hawks in the paint 56-36. Miami has scored 100 or more points in eight out of its last nine contests.

HEAT @ Hawks
Nov. 24th, 2004
WIN: 99-93
The HEAT recorded their second straight road win in a 99-93 victory over the Atlanta Hawks. The game remained close throughout the entire first half, with neither team gaining a bigger lead than six points. The Hawks, who entered halftime with a three point advantage, began the third quarter with a 10-4 run to take a seven point lead halfway through the period. From that point, Miami finished the quarter with an 18-10 run to hold a one point advantage going into the fourth. The lead seesawed in the final period before Miami closed the game with a 16-9 run to take the win. The HEAT were led by Dwyane Wade, who recorded a points/assists double-double with a game-high 31 points and 11 assists. Shaquille O'Neal scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Four Hawks players scored in double-figures, including Antoine Walker's team-high 22 points. The HEAT were out-rebounded 46-37.

HEAT @ Hawks
Oct. 22nd, 2004
WIN: 113-82
Miami recorded its fourth straight preseason victory, and second consecutive win over the Hawks, with a 113-82 win. The HEAT led the entire game, going ahead by as many as 38 points in the fourth quarter. Miami shot 58.2% from the field, their highest percentage in a preseason game, and 35.7% from three-point range. The club was led by Shaquille O'Neal and Dwyane Wade, who scored 19 points a piece. Wang Zhi-Zhi came off the bench in the second half to score 12 points in 16 minutes. Kevin Willis led all Hawks scorers with 13 points off the bench.

HEAT @ Hawks
Oct. 18th, 2004
WIN: 92-82
The HEAT outscored the Hawks 55-29 in the first half and cruised to a 92-82 victory Monday in their only preseason game in Miami. Dwyane Wade posted 18 points and Shaquille O'Neal added 15 for Miami.

2003-04 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT @ Hawks
Mar. 31st, 2004
WIN: 100-97
Brian Grant's offensive rebound led to Dwyane Wade's decisive bucket with 39.6 seconds left, and the HEAT made a pair of defensive stands in the waning moments to preserve a 100-97 win in Atlanta on Wednesday. Eddie Jones scored 23 points and Lamar Odom added 21 for Miami, which is now tied with New Orleans and Milwaukee for fourth place in the East.

HEAT vs. Hawks
Feb. 20th, 2004
WIN: 125-92
The Miami HEAT set a season high for points scored, a season high for points in a half and a franchise record for largest halftime margin in a 125-92 victory over the Miami HEAT. The 125 points were the most points scored this season, while the 73 points scored in the first half was a season high for points scored in any half and the 73-42 (+31) halftime margin set a new franchise record. Eddie Jones scored 17 of his game high 24 points in the first quarter after connecting on 8-of-9 from the field, including a perfect 4-of-4 from the three-point line. He also netted 4-of-4 from the free-throw line.

HEAT vs. Hawks
Dec. 16th, 2003
WIN: 97-79
HEAT rookie Dwyane Wade scored a NBA career high 32 points and tied an AmericanAirlines Arena record for field goals made (15-of-22) in leading Miami to a 97-79 win over the Atlanta Hawks. Wade also tied his career high for assists in the game with eight. The win improves the HEAT's season record to 9-15 overall and more-importantly 7-4 at home. Miami has also won four consecutive games dating back to Dec. 9th. In addition to Wade, Miami got 22 points from Eddie Jones and a 19-point 12 rebounding effort from Lamar Odom. Brian Grant also pulled down 12 rebounds, but scored only four points. After falling behind 7-0 to open the game in the first quarter, the HEAT outscored the Hawks 17 to 10 to tie the score at 17-17 with 3:39 left to play in the period. From that point, the HEAT never trailed again and went on to lead by as many as 21 points in the game, including a 31-point third quarter in which the HEAT outscored the Hawks by 13 points (31-18).

HEAT @ Hawks
Nov. 28th, 2003
LOSS: 95-83<
Atlanta forward Shareef Abdur Rahim scored 34 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead the Hawks to a 95-83 win over the HEAT at Phillips Arena. Miami trailed by 18 points after three periods, thanks to a season-low 10-point third quarter in route to a 71-53 deficit. The HEAT rallied after outscoring the Hawks 20-3 over the next seven minutes to close the scored to within 74-73. Atlanta immediately responded by scoring seven consecutive points to extend its lead to 80-73 with less than 2:55 left to play in the game. HEAT guard Eddie Jones scored 11 of his season-high 28 points in the final period after connecting on 8-of-15 from the field and 4-of-9 from the three-point line. He also netted 8-of-9 from the free-throw line. In addition to Jones, the HEAT got double-figure scoring from Lamar Odom (15 points), Rafer Alston (13 points) and Dwyane Wade (11 points). Udonis Haslem and Brian Grant each recorded double-figure rebounding games pulling down 11 and 10 boards respectively.

HEAT vs. Hawks
Oct. 16th, 2003
LOSS: 78-92
Eddie Jones fired in 17 points but the HEAT lost to the Hawks 92-78 in a preseason game on Thursday. Dwyane Wade chipped in 16 points.

HEAT vs. Hawks
Oct. 10th, 2003
WIN: 94-92
Rasual Butler's 12-foot jumper with one second remaining in regulation lifted the Miami HEAT to a 94-92 preseason win over the Atlanta Hawks at TECO Arena. Butler finished with 13 points on 5-of-12 shooting from the field including one three-pointer. The score was tied at 92-92 with 16 seconds remaining, when the HEAT spread the floor, giving Butler a clear lane to make a play. On the ensuing Hawk possession, Obinna Ekezie's jumper bounced off the back rim and the HEAT secured the victory. Miami trailed by as many as nine points in the fourth quarter, until John Wallace entered the game at the 7:18 mark of the quarter. Wallace scored 11 of his 15 points over a five-minute span to give the HEAT a three point lead at 88-85 with 2:49 left to play. Over the next minute and a half, the HEAT would extend it lead to five, before the Hawks would eventually tie the score at 90-90 and then again at 92-92, setting the stage for Butler's heroics.

2002-03 Season vs Atlanta

HEAT vs. Hawks
Feb. 3rd, 2003
WIN: 99-79
Eddie Jones scored 26 points on 7-of-11 shooting from the field, including five three-pointers to lead the Miami HEAT to a 99-79 win over the visiting Atlanta Hawks at AmericanAirlines Arena. Jones also shot a perfect 7-of-7 from the free-throw line with five rebounds and four assists. The win was the third of the season for the HEAT over Atlanta. The HEAT are 26-29 all-time versus the Hawks, which includes a 19-9 mark in Miami (5-1 at AmericanAirlines Arena). Miami trailed 22-18 after the first quarter, but took a 42-41 lead into halftime and a 72-58 mark after three quarters. It was a 17-0 run that got Miami rolling, sparked by eight points off the bench from LaPhonso Ellis. Ellis finished the game with 15 points, connecting on three 3-pointers (3-of-7 3FG). In addition to Jones and Ellis, Brian Grant chipped in with his 19 double-double of the season, scoring 11 points and pulling down 14 rebounds. Every HEAT player that played on Monday scored, including Caron Butler (nine points), Rasual Butler (nine points), Malik Allen (eight points), Travis Best (six points) and Vladimir Stepania (two points.

HEAT @ Hawks
Jan. 1st, 2003
WIN: 107-73
Caron Butler matched his career-high of 25 points and four steals in leading the Miami HEAT to a 107-73 rout of the Atlanta Hawks at the Phillips Arena. It was the second consecutive win for Miami over Atlanta, having defeating them two days earlier 93-84 in Florida. The 34-point victory was the highest winning margin over Atlanta, since previously posting a 22-point win on Jan. 21, 2000. It was also the fifth largest margin of victory in the history of the franchise. In addition to Butler, the HEAT had four other players reach double-figure scoring including 20 points from Eddie Jones and 16 points from Vladimir Stepania. Rasual Butler and Mike James chipped in with 11 and 10 points respectively. Stepania also pulled down 13 rebounds, his third double-double of the season off the bench. Despite losing Travis Best to a right ankle sprain, just two minutes into the game, the HEAT was able to record its sixth victory in seven games. The 29 turnovers forced on Wednesday was the most this season. The previous high turnover mark was 21, set versus L.A. Lakers on Nov. 26, 2002.

HEAT vs. Hawks
Dec. 30th, 2002
WIN: 93-84
The Miami HEAT had three players score 20 points or more on Monday, defeating the Atlanta Hawks 93-84 at AmericanAirlines Arena. Eddie Jones (5-of-17) led all scorers with 23 points, followed by Caron Butler (7-of-11) with 21 points and Travis Best (7-of-14) with 20 points. The HEAT have won five of its last six games, led by Jones, who is averaging 25 points in his last 10 games, while the HEAT has relied on stifling defense during their solid stretch. After holding the Boston Celtics to just 28 percent from the field on Dec. 27 (90-70 win), Miami forced Atlanta to shoot just 38 percent (28-of-73). It marked the fifth time in the last six games the HEAT held its opponent under 40 percent. Malik Allen reached double-figures for the 17th time this season, scoring 11 points, while Brian Grant recorded his 20th double-figure rebounding game with 13 boards to go along with his eight points. Miami set a season-high for free-throw percentage, connecting on 23-of-25 from the line (92 percent).

HEAT @ Hawks
Nov. 29th, 2002
LOSS: 100-94
Despite five HEAT players scoring in double-figures, including a team-high 21 points from Malik Allen, Miami could not find the basket in overtime, falling to the Atlanta Hawks 100-94. It was the fourth time this season that the HEAT has given up 100 points in a game. Miami led by 11 points in the fourth quarter, but watched as Atlanta used a 12-2 run to take the lead in a back and forth ending in regulation. The score read 88-85 with ten seconds remaining, when HEAT guard Mike James let fly his third made three-pointer of the game from the top of the key, to tie the score at 88-88 as the clock ran down to four seconds. Miami shot just 2-of-12 in the overtime period and played mainly without the services of Travis Best, Caron Butler and Brian Grant. Best and Butler fouled out late in the fourth quarter, while Grant was sent to the bench with his sixth foul with 12 seconds remaining in the extra period. Eddie Jones scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, for his first doubledouble of the season, followed by 15 points from James off the bench and 14 from Butler. Grant scored 10 points and pulled down a game-high 16 rebounds, for his fifth double-double of the season, 54th in his HEAT career and 127th of his NBA career.

Miami HEAT VS. Atlanta Hawks

2001-02 Season
03/29/02 HOME 92-80 W JONES-16 TERRY-23
12/27/01 AWAY 100-96 L JONES-24 TERRY-32
11/03/01 AWAY 90-83 L MOURNING-.23 TERRY-20
2000-01 Season
02/02/01 AWAY 91-80 W JONES-24 TERRY-31
12/08/00 HOME 80-76 W JONES-23 HENDERSON-22
12/05/00 AWAY 100-92 W JONES-18 TERRY-23
1999-00 Season
01/21/00 HOME 101-79 W MASHBURN-28 JACKSON-18
11/24/99 HOME 93-91 W MASHBURN-25 RIDER-28
11/23/99 AWAY 113-106 L MASHBURN-26 RIDER-32
1998-99 Season
05/04/99 HOME 93-79 W MASHBURN-18 SMITH-21
03/17/99 AWAY 86-85 W HARDAWAY-24 SMITH-22
03/10/99 HOME 88-78 W HARDAWAY-21 CRAWFORD-14
1997-98 Season
04/19/98 AWAY 101-89 L LENARD-18 SMITH-30
02/02/98 HOME 90-83 W MOURNING-22 BLAYLOCK-20
12/20/97 HOME 99-92 W MOURNING-21 SMITH-23
12/09/97 AWAY 97-81 W LENARD-22 LAETTNER-22
1996-97 Season
01/21/97 HOME 94-91 W HARDAWAY-24 SMITH-22
11/15/96 AWAY 85-77 L HARDAWAY-23 CORBIN-22
11/01/96 HOME 103-92 W MOURNING - 34 HOWARD - 33
11/01/96 HOME 94-81 W MOURNING-26 LAETTNER-31
1995-96 Season
04/21/96 HOME 104-92 L MOURNING-17 AUGMON-23
02/07/96 HOME 101-89 W MOURNING-36 SMITH-27
01/20/96 AWAY 98-78 L LENARD/THOMAS-13 LONG-20
11/17/95 AWAY 91-88 W OWENS-24 LANG-20
1994-95 Season
03/22/95 AWAY 98-84 W WILLIS-24 CORBIN-21
01/30/95 HOME 95-92 L ASKINS-19 SMITH-23
02/08/95 HOME 111-107 W RICE - 27 HOWARD - 31
01/16/95 AWAY 99-95 L OWENS-22 BLAYLOCK-20
12/17/94 HOME 96-85 W WILLIS-24 EHLO-14
1993-94 Season
04/21/94 HOME 94-89 W RICE-21 MANNING-21
03/26/94 AWAY 100-90 L SMITH-17 AUGMON-25
02/10/94 AWAY 114-98 L RICE-22 WILKINS-33
11/19/93 HOME 95-92 L SEIKALY-19 WILLIS-23
1992-93 Season
03/27/93 AWAY 118-106 L RICE-19 WILKINS-37
02/03/93 HOME 116-96 W RICE-45 WILKINS-34
12/18/92 HOME 108-100 L COLES-22 BLAYLOCK-20
11/28/92 AWAY 112-100 L RICE-30 WILKINS-32
1991-92 Season
03/14/92 AWAY 115-102 L RICE-22 AUGMON-24
02/13/92 HOME 121-119 W LONG/RICE-26 ROBINSON-25
12/14/91 HOME 121-101 W RICE-26 WILLIS-23
11/09/91 AWAY 97-93 L RICE-24 WILKINS-34
1990-91 Season
03/23/91 AWAY 108-93 L BURTON-23 WILKINS-26
03/08/91 HOME 102-96 L DOUGLAS/BURTON-18 RIVERS-19
01/22/91 AWAY 118-107 L DOUGLAS-25 WILLIS-29
12/12/90 HOME 118-93 L DOUGLAS/RICE-16 WILKINS-28
1989-90 Season
04/21/90 AWAY 130-109 L EDWARDS-21 WILKINS-36
02/26/90 AWAY 123-114 L SEIKALY-26 WILKINS-36
12/21/89 HOME 117-115 L RICE-27 MALONE-28
11/24/89 HOME 103-87 L RICE-15 WILKINS-35
11/25/89 AWAY 107-88 L THOMPSON - 20 KING - 26
1988-89 Season
03/11/89 AWAY 111-78 L SPARROW-14 WILKINS-26
02/19/89 HOME 124-115 W LONG-30 WILKINS-25


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