2018-19 Season vs Golden State

Warriors vs HEAT
Warriors vs HEAT
Feb. 27, 2019
WIN: 126-125
Dwyane Wade provided Miami with yet another memory that’ll last a lifetime, as he hit the game-winning three at the buzzer. In all, the 37-year-old vet tallied 25 points on 10-of-17 shooting, including 5-of-8 from deep, seven rebounds, three assists, two blocks and a steal.

HEAT vs Warriors
HEAT vs Warriors
Feb. 10, 2019
LOSS: 120-118
With the “Splash Brothers” on the other side, Josh Richardson did his best to mitigate them with his own barrage from downtown. Thanks to great movement off the ball from the very beginning, Richardson led Miami with a career-high eight made triples. Yes, eight. In all, Richardson scored a career-high 37 points on 14-of-22 shooting, including an amazing 8-of-11 from deep, and also recorded five assists and a steal.

2017-18 Season vs Golden State

Warriors vs HEAT
Warriors vs HEAT
Dec. 3, 2017
LOSS: 123-95
Although it never gets old watching Bam Adebayo rock the rim, the little things are also important. From the very start against Golden State, the rookie showed that in droves. After a nice alley-oop jam early in the first quarter, Adebayo came through with a huge screen on Draymond Green, which allowed Goran Dragić to attack downhill for a layup. Then in the third, Adebayo had an impressive drive and finish over Green. While those plays were great, nothing quite touches a superb defensive sequence the 20-year-old had against Steph Curry late in the second quarter, which resulted in Josh Richardson blocking Kevin Durant. Long story short, Adebayo had himself an impressive night despite the end result. In all, the former Kentucky Wildcat tallied nine points on 3-of-5 shooting and two rebounds in 20 minutes of action.

HEAT vs Warriors
HEAT vs Warriors
Nov. 6, 2017
LOSS: 97-80
In a big-time game against the defending champs, James Johnson was locked-in from the very moment he stepped onto the floor. He not only initiated offense and handled the ball as usual, but he also knocked down a bunch of shots from the perimeter. Of course, he answered the call on the defensive end, too, and competed hard against both Draymond Green and Kevin Durant throughout the contest. Long story short, Johnson did all he could. In addition to his 21 points on 7-of-15 shooting, he also led the team with nine rebounds, six assists and three steals. Talk about stuffing the stat sheet.

2016-17 Season vs Golden State

Warriors vs HEAT
Warriors vs HEAT
Jan. 23, 2017
WIN: 105-102
To put it simply, Dion Waiters picked up where he left off on Saturday against the Bucks. Actually, check that, he topped that previous outing. For the second consecutive game, Waiters tied his career-high with 33 points and showed absolutely no fear in the fourth quarter. In fact, the 25-year-old scored 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting in the final period, including the game-winning 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds remaining. Waiters hit those kinds of pull-up jumpers all evening and also came through with a few finishes at the rim. In short, he gave the Warriors headaches throughout the contest. In addition to his 33 points on 13-of-20 shooting, including 6-of-8 from distance, Waiters also tallied five boards and four assists.

HEAT vs Warriors
HEAT vs Warriors
Jan. 10, 2017
LOSS: 107-95
From the opening tip, Hassan Whiteside was engaged on both ends against Golden State. How engaged? Well, how does 16 points, 10 rebounds and two assists in the first half sound? Whiteside simply did it all in the first two quarters, from setting hard screens and finishing at the basket to altering shots at the rim and playing good help-side defense. After a quiet third quarter, Whiteside got going again in the fourth with a bunch of alley-oop jams and a nifty spinning hook shot. As a result, he tallied 12 points and seven rebounds in the final period and did all he could to try and get the win. In short, it was one heck of a performance by the 7-footer. In addition to his 28 points on 13-of-17 shooting, Whiteside also led the team with 20 rebounds and two blocks.

2015-16 Season vs Golden State

Warriors vs HEAT
Warriors vs HEAT
Feb. 24, 2016
LOSS: 118-112
After a rusty night against the Pacers, Dwyane Wade came out on fire against the Warriors. The vet nailed his first five shots and had the mid-range jumper falling early. Of course, Wade also kept the defense guessing with some nifty drives to the rack as well. On the defensive end, the 34-year-old made some great plays in transition for Miami in the third. While that was great, Wade really came through in crunch time as usual. The vet relentlessly attacked the basket and got to the free throw line often in the fourth. As a result, he scored seven points in the final period to try and will his team to victory. Unfortunately, the HEAT fell just short. In addition to Wade’s 32 points on 11-of-20 shooting, he also had seven assists and three rebounds.

HEAT vs Warriors
HEAT vs Warriors
Jan. 11, 2016
LOSS: 111-103
All things considered, Miami played well against the best team in the NBA. The HEAT tallied 31 assists on 41 made field goals and committed only 11 turnovers. For a large part of the game, Miami matched Golden State’s pace and found some success. Dwyane Wade led the charge in pushing tempo and impacted the game in more ways than one. He created very well for his teammates and fought hard until the very end. Earlier in the contest, the vet went to work quite often in the post against Klay Thompson. In addition to his 20 points and 11 assists, Wade also grabbed seven rebounds. After the Warriors went on a run in the third quarter to go up by 10 points, both Gerald Green and Tyler Johnson continued to chip away at the lead. Green hit two threes and had a tough and-one bank shot shot en-route to a nine-point period. Johnson, meanwhile, made some nifty cuts to the rim and scored five of his 13 points in the quarter. Thanks to the duo, Miami closed the third on a 13-7 run to cut the deficit to just three points. Then after falling behind by 13 with 4:52 left in the game, Luol Deng responded to get the HEAT within six. Deng scored 10 of his 14 points in the fourth and mixed up his approach with tough drives and 3-pointers.

2014-15 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT @ Warriors
Jan. 14, 2015
LOSS: 89-104
Chris Bosh led the way for the HEAT, primarily attacking from mid-range early on against the Warriors. In the second half, he started to take it to the hoop against the smaller Draymond Green. As a result, he got to the line quite often. Although the HEAT fell short, Bosh’s aggressive play was important against a tough team like the Warriors. In all, Bosh had 26 points and seven boards. The emergence of Hassan Whiteside has changed things for Miami. On offense, the HEAT have looked for Whiteside in the post and that was the case early on against the Warriors. With Dwyane Wade out (hamstring), Mario Chalmers ran the pick-and-roll with Whiteside a few times and had success. In all, Whiteside had 10 points, 12 boards and three blocks. Miami kept playing hard in the fourth and cut Golden State’s lead a handful of times. In particular, Luol Deng was relentless against the Warriors. Deng finished with 19 points on 6-of-11 shooting and seven rebounds.

Warriors vs HEAT
Nov. 25, 2014
LOSS: 114-97
The Miami HEAT fell to the Golden State Warriors 114-97 Tuesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. Chris Bosh led the way for the HEAT with 26 points and nine rebounds. The HEAT started off very well from downtown thanks to some very nice ball movement. While Miami finished the game 10-of-23 from deep, it was a nice showing for a majority of the game. In particular, Luol Deng showed his improved range. Deng hit two of his three treys and finished with 16 points and three rebounds on the night. Mario Chalmers continued playing well scoring 14 points and four assists. Shawne Williams also scored in double digits with 11 points.

Warriors vs HEAT
Oct. 17, 2014
WIN: 108-115
The Miami HEAT defeated the Golden State Warriors 115-108 Friday night at Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO. Chris Bosh led the way for the HEAT with 21 points and seven rebounds. Luol Deng had his best performance of the preseason against Golden State. Deng started off the game very aggressive with some nice drives to the hoop. He also displayed his improved range, which is something he’s been working on in practice. Deng shot 8-of-11 for 19 points, dished out three assists and grabbed two boards. Shawne Williams had the stroke going all night against the Warriors. Williams shot 7-of-9, including a perfect 5-of-5 from downtown, for 19 points. Once again, Napier helped get the HEAT back in the game and this time it resulted in a much-deserved victory. Napier finished the game with 14 points and two assists.

2013-14 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT @ Warriors
Feb. 12, 2014
WIN: 111-110
LeBron James capped a 36-point, 13-rebound, nine-assist performance by draining a 3-pointer with less than a second remaining to give Miami a 111-110 victory against Golden State on Wednesday. Chris Bosh had 19 points for the HEAT, who head into the break having won five of their last six and eight of 10 despite not having guard Dwyane Wade for a second consecutive game. Michael Beasley contributed with 16 points while Mario Chalmers added 12 points and seven assists.

Warriors vs HEAT
Jan. 2, 2014
LOSS: 123-114
James scored 26 points and Dwyane Wade added 22 for the HEAT, who had all five starters in double figures. Chris Bosh scored 19, Mario Chalmers had 17 and Shane Battier added 11 for Miami. But the HEAT allowed Golden State to shoot 56 percent, plus finish with a 40-31 rebounding edge.

2012-13 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT @ Warriors
Jan. 15, 2013
WIN: 92-75
LeBron James became the youngest player in NBA history to score 20,000 points. James finished with 25 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds before being shut down early to conserve energy as the HEAT wrap up their six-game, nine-day road trip Thursday in Los Angeles against the Lakers. Dwyane Wade had 15 points, eight boards, six assists and five steals for Miami, which looked vastly improved compared to the performances in disappointing losses in Indiana, Portland and Utah on this trip.

Warriors vs. HEAT
Dec. 12, 2012
LOSS: 97-95
The Warriors scored the winning points on Draymond Green's layup with 0.9 seconds remaining, holding the HEAT (14-6) scoreless the final 3:18. James finished with a game-high 31 points and five assists, but the HEAT failed to receive their usual balance. Center Chris Bosh scored 21 points, with most of the damage being done in the second half. Guard Dwyane Wade (14 points) started strong before leaving late in the first half after being hit in the neck by Thompson and teammate Mario Chalmers on the same play. He returned to start the second half, but scored just six points after halftime.

2011-12 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT @ Warriors
Jan. 10, 2012
LOSS: 111-106
After missing the last three games, Dwyane Wade returned to score 20 of his 34 points in the first half but the Miami HEAT fell short 111-106 to the Warriors in overtime Tuesday. LeBron James finished with 26 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists. Chris Bosh scored 16 points and Mario Chalmers added 12.

2010-11 Season vs. Golden State

Warriors vs. HEAT
Jan. 01, 2011
WIN: 114-107
The HEAT picked up in 2011 where they left off in 2010, notching a fifth straight victory with a 114-107 home win over the Warriors on Saturday night. LeBron James and Chris Bosh each had a double-double as Miami overcame a 14-point halftime deficit by holding Golden State to just 35 points in the second half.

HEAT @ Warriors
Dec. 10, 2010
WIN: 106-84
As well as the Miami HEAT had been playing during its current winning streak, there was still yet to be a night where it seemed as if the sheer offensive potential of the team had been unleashed.

2009-10 Season vs. Golden State

Warriors @ HEAT
March 3, 2010
WIN: 110-106
Dwyane Wade had 35 points and 12 assists as the HEAT snapped a four-game losing streak with a 110-106 home win against the Golden State Warriors. Jermaine O'Neal also finished with a double-double, adding 14 points and 12 rebounds in the victory.

HEAT @ Warriors
Jan 13, 2009
WIN: 115-102
Dwyane Wade dropped 35 points on the Warriors to lead the HEAT past Golden State 115-102 Wednesday night in Oakland. Jermaine O'Neal had 24 points and seven rebounds and Michael Beasley added 19 points. The HEAT shot 56 percent from the field.

2008-09 Season vs. Golden State

Warriors @ HEAT
December 23, 2008
WIN: 96-88
Dwyane Wade came close to a triple-double with 32 points, eight rebounds and eight assists and Shawn Marion put the stamp on Miami's third straight triumph with a momentum-shifting slam dunk late in the fourth quarter of Tuesday's 96-88 victory over the visiting Warriors. Daequan Cook continued his scorching shooting with a season-best 20 points.

HEAT @ Warriors
December 1, 2008
WIN: 130-129
The HEAT simply refused to lose. Chris Quinn buried a 3-pointer with seven seconds left in overtime and Michael Beasley's subsequent steal led to his game-winning free throw as Miami stunned host Golden State, 130-129, on Monday. Dwyane Wade erupted for 37 points and 13 assists and Udonis Haslem, who sent the game into OT with a buzzer-beating layup at the end of regulation, posted 21 points and 13 rebounds.

2007-08 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT vs. Warriors
March 07, 2008
LOSS: 134-99
With Dwyane Wade watching from the bench, the HEAT couldn't keep up with the Warriors in a 134-99 home loss on Friday. Chris Quinn and Marcus Banks led the way for Miami with 20 points each, while Shawn Marion added 17 points and 10 rebounds.

HEAT @ Warriors
Dec. 07, 2007
LOSS: 120-113
Despite leading by 18 in the third quarter, the HEAT lost to the Warriors, 120-113, on Friday. Four Miami players posted double-doubles, led by Dwyane Wade's 33 points and 10 assists. Ricky Davis added 20 points and 10 rebounds, Dorell Wright had 19 and 17, and Shaquille O'Neal, 13 and 10.

2006-07 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT @ Warriors
January 12, 2007
WIN: 118-96
Miami jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, cruising to a 118-96 win at Golden State on Friday. Dwyane Wade showed the entire repertoire by totaling 22 points, 10 boards and nine assists, while Jason Kapono added 20 points. Kapono has filled in admirably for both Antoine Walker and James Posey, who returned from the inactive list by notching 13 and seven points, respectively.

HEAT vs. Warriors
December 23, 2006
WIN: 105-92
Jason Kapono scored a career-high 27 points to lead the HEAT to a 105-92 win over the visiting Warriors on Saturday. Kapono made 11-of-18 shots, and Dwyane Wade added 18 points, eight assists and four blocks. Udonis Haslem contributed 13 points and 10 rebounds.

2005-06 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT vs. Warriors
March 10, 2006
LOSS: 111-106
Dwyane Wade had another big game Friday, but Miami's 10-game winning streak came to a close with a 111-106 loss to the visiting Warriors. Wade followed up Wednesday's 40-point effort with a season-high 42 and Shaquille O'Neal added 21 with 15 rebounds and four blocks.

HEAT @ Warriors
Jan. 11, 2006
WIN: 110-96
Dwyane Wade had a big night, posting 32 points, 11 assists and five rebounds, and the HEAT outscored the Warriors by 10 in the second quarter to take control of Wednesday's 110-96 victory. Shaquille O'Neal also had a strong showing, scoring 21 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

2004-05 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT vs. Warriors
Feb. 7, 2005
WIN: 105-96
Shaquille O'Neal poured in 27 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lift the Heat to a 105-96 victory over the visiting Warriors on Monday. Eddie Jones chipped in with 22 points for Miami, which was a perfect 3-0 in its homestand.

HEAT @ Warriors
Jan. 12, 2005
WIN: 98-91
The HEAT bounced back from two consecutive loses to beat the Golden State Warriors, 98-91, without starter Dwyane Wade who did not dress due to back spasms and a bruised rib. Shandon Anderson stepped in for Wade and recorded a season-high seven rebounds. Udonis Haslem also stepped his game up recording his eighth double-double of the season posting a career-high 22 points and 10 rebounds. The HEAT held a three-point lead after one period of play and only a one-point lead at the half. Miami would come out in the third to out-score the Warriors by nine, 27-18. Miami would hold on strong to finish the game with the victory to go 2-2 on its 5-game road trip.

2003-04 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT vs. Warriors
Dec. 21, 2003
WIN: 104-93
Dwyane Wade scored a new season and career high 33 points on 10-of-16 shooting from the field including a perfect 3-of-3 from the three-point line in leading the HEAT to a 104-93 victory over the Golden State Warriors at AmericanAirlines Arena. Wade also tied his season and career high with eight assists. In Miami's last home game, Wade netted 32 points in a win over Atlanta on Dec. 16. His 33 points on Sunday made him just the third HEAT rookie to record a pair of 30-point games, one shy of the club record, held by Sherman Douglas with three. The HEAT jumped out to a 29-22 lead after the first quarter and 54-48 into halftime.

HEAT @ Warriors
Nov. 21, 2003
LOSS: 101-91
Jason Richardson scored 29 points, pulled down eight rebounds and dished out six assists with two steals in leading the Golden State Warriors to a 101-91 victory over the HEAT at The Arena in Oakland. Golden State also had four other starters reach double-figure scoring including Cliff Robinson (21 points), Erick Dampier (16 points), Mike Dunleavy (14 points) and Speedy Claxton (12 points). Dunleavy added 14 rebounds and Dampier recorded 11, as the Warriors out-rebounded the HEAT 47-36. Miami was led in scoring by Lamar Odom, who connected on 7-of-11 from the field for 20 points. Dwyane Wade was the only other HEAT starter to reach double-figure scoring with 13 points. John Wallace and Rafer Alston chipped in with 14 and 12 points respectively off the bench.

2002-03 Season vs. Golden State

HEAT @ Warriors
Jan. 6th, 2003
Golden State had all five of its starters score in double-figures, including 22 points from Antawn Jamison and Gilbert Arenas to lead the Warriors to a 99-85 win over the HEAT at the Arena in Oakland. The Warriors snapped a six game losing streak to Miami with the win. Arenas scored 18 of his 22 points in the first half, as Golden State built a 57-48 advantage at halftime. Miami would close to within six points (85-79) with 5:02 left in the four quarter, but Golden State closed the game with a 14-6 run to secure the victory. HEAT rookie forward Sean Lampley paced Miami with a season and career high 18 points on 8-of-12 shooting from the field. Prior to the game, Lampley had only played 54 minutes in eight games combined and scored only 17 points. Lampley also set a career high with nine rebounds. Brian Grant recorded his 14th double-double of the season with 15 points and 13 rebounds. Caron Butler (13 points), Malik Allen (12 points) and Rasual Butler (10 points) rounded out the top scorers for the HEAT, who played their second game with out its starting backcourt of Travis Best and Eddie Jones. Both are out with right ankle injures. Anthony Carter dished out a season high 10 assists off the bench. It was the first double-figure assists game of the season for the HEAT.

HEAT vs. Warriors
Dec. 14th, 2002
Eddie Jones scored a career-high 38 points and helped Miami snap a five game losing streak, outlasting the Golden State Warriors 101-92 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. The HEAT led at halftime 53-34, thanks to a 30-12 scoring advantage in the second quarter. Miami led by as many as 21 points early in the third quarter, but watched as Golden State roared back to within one point midway through the fourth quarter. Jones hit one of his four three-pointers with 5:57 left to play to extend its lead to 83-79 and the HEAT never looked back. In addition to Jones, Miami also got scoring from Mike James, who recorded a career-high 16 points, followed by Brian Grant with 14 points and Malik Allen with 11 points. Grant also pulled down 14 rebounds for his 10th double-double of the season, 59th with the HEAT and 131st of his career. Vladimir Stepania grabbed 10 rebounds off the bench, his sixth double-figure rebounding game of the season, to go along with his eight points and three blocked shots. The win also extends Miami's home game winning streak over Golden State to eight games. The last time Golden State won in Miami was November 24, 1993.

Miami HEAT VS. Golden State Warriors

2001-2002 Season
01/14/02 AWAY 85-79 W JONES - 28 HUGHES - 19
01/06/02 HOME 92-84 W JONES - 22 JAMISON - 31
2000-2001 Season
01/08/01 HOME 88-79 W MASON - 24 JAMISON - 27
12/16/00 AWAY 93-85 W GRANT - 23 JACKSON - 26
1999-2000 Season
02/09/00 HOME 115-100 W MASHBURN - 26 BAYLOCK/JAMISON - 17
12/14/99 AWAY 102-97 L MOURNING - 26 MILLS - 23
1998-99 Season
1997-98 Season
03/20/98 HOME 93-87 W MOURNING - 25 CAFFEY - 20
02/22/98 AWAY 90-82 W HARDAWAY - 24 MARSHALL - 28
1996-97 Season
03/19/97 HOME 93-91 W MASHBURN - 29 SPREWELL - 27
11/26/96 AWAY 107-88 W MAJERLE - 23 SMITH - 24
1995-96 Season
12/12/95 AWAY 105-80/td> L THOMAS - 20 MULLIN - 26
11/22/95 HOME 103-93 W MOURNING - 27 MULLIN - 19
1994-95 Season
03/24/95 HOME 115-111 W RICE - 22 SPREWELL - 37
11/08/94 AWAY 121-114 L RICE - 22 SPREWELL - 29
1993-94 Season
01/12/94 AWAY 100-92 L GEIGER - 22 WEBBER - 27
11/24/93 HOME 108-102 L SMITH - 32 SPREWELL - 27
1992-93 Season
01/07/93 AWAY 119-105 L EDWARDS - 26 MULLIN - 24
11/17/92 HOME 125-119 L SEIKALY - 27 HARDAWAY - 26
1991-92 Season
02/29/92 AWAY 136-110 L BURTON - 25 OWENS - 23
02/05/92 HOME 126-124 W RICE - 33 MULLIN - 26
1990-91 Season
04/03/91 AWAY 127-114 L RICE - 27 MULLIN - 28
12/01/90 HOME 137-111 L RICE - 25 MULLIN - 28
1989-90 Season
04/04/90 HOME 128-114 L THOMPSON - 29 MULLIN - 30
01/04/90 AWAY 119-117 L SEIKALY - 24 MULLIN/RICHMOND - 27
1988-89 Season
04/11/89 AWAY 114-98 L SPARROW - 18 MULLIN - 25
01/30/89 HOME 105-98 L THOMPSON - 30 RICHMOND - 26
01/04/89 AWAY 109-100 L SEIKALY - 20 MULLIN - 26
11/18/88 HOME 123-117 L SEIKALY - 29 MULLIN - 29


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