2018-19 Season vs Memphis

Grizzlies vs HEAT
Grizzlies vs HEAT
Jan. 12, 2019
WIN: 112-108
After getting things started with two catch-and-shoot threes that hit nothing but the bottom of the net, Justise Winslow never looked back. From there, the 22-year-old continued to be assertive and scored from all three levels. In all, Winslow led Miami with 26 points on 10-of-16 shooting, including 4-of-4 from deep, and also had seven boards, four assists and a team-high plus-23 rating.

HEAT vs Grizzlies
HEAT vs Grizzlies
Dec. 14, 2018
WIN: 100-97
Even though Josh Richardson mixed things up offensively, moved well off the ball and scored seven points in the fourth quarter, he also set up his teammates effectively with a team-high seven assists. In all, Richardson had 18 points, five boards and a steal to go along with those seven assists.

2017-18 Season vs Memphis

Grizzlies vs HEAT
Grizzlies vs HEAT
Feb. 24, 2018
WIN: 115-89
Simply put, Tyler Johnson was in attack mode from the very beginning and drew a lot of contact on drives to the rim against the Grizzlies. In fact, the 25-year-old led Miami with nine free throw attempts and converted every one of them. Of course, Johnson also came through with a number of nifty finishes in transition and some of his usual catch-and-shoot treys. On the flip side of the ball, TJ did a nice job of defending Dillon Brooks and Andrew Harrison and also came away with a block on Mario Chalmers late in the first quarter. In addition to his team-high 23 points on 6-of-12 shooting, Johnson also had two rebounds, two steals and an assist to go along with that aforementioned block.

HEAT vs Grizzlies
HEAT vs Grizzlies
Dec. 11, 2017
WIN: 107-82
With Kelly Olynyk dealing with some foul trouble early in the first quarter, Bam Adebayo made an immediate impact upon checking in. While the rookie played great defense on Marc Gasol and forced him into a tough shot, his best sequence of the quarter came a little later when he hit a reverse layup over Deyonta Davis and then blocked Chandler Parsons immediately after. That wasn’t all though, as Adebayo kept up his sharp play throughout the game. In addition to guarding JaMychal Green a bit in the third and blocking Tyreke Evans on a switch in the fourth, he also came through with a massive alley-oop jam with contact. In all, Adebayo had 14 points on 5-of-6 shooting, four rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks.

2016-17 Season vs Memphis

Grizzlies vs HEAT
Grizzlies vs HEAT
Nov. 26, 2016
LOSS: 110-107
In short, Dion Waiters had the entire offensive repertoire on display Saturday night. Whether it was catch-and-shoot treys or aggressive takes to the rack, the guard usually converted. A big reason why he did damage around the rim was because he routinely beat his man off the dribble. Waiters would continue his barrage into crunch time, as the 24-year-old scored Miami’s final six points of the game. In addition to his season-high 28 points on 10-of-19 shooting and six assists, Waiters also amassed five boards.

HEAT vs Grizzlies
HEAT vs Grizzlies
Nov. 25, 2016
WIN: 90-81
From the second Tyler Johnson stepped on the court in the first quarter, he made sure his presence was felt. Throughout the first half, Johnson mixed up his approach with tough drives to the basket and in-rhythm jumpers. On the flip side of the ball, he hustled as usual and made things difficult for Memphis. On two separate plays late in the second quarter, he forced a turnover from Tony Allen in defensive transition and then showed great anticipation on a deflection shortly thereafter. As the game progressed, Johnson continued to be aggressive. In particular, things really got fun late in the fourth when he came through with a fantastic slam in transition. Johnson finished with 22 points, five rebounds and two steals.

2015-16 Season vs Memphis

HEAT vs Grizzlies
HEAT vs Grizzlies
Dec. 29, 2015
LOSS: 99-90 (OT)
Although Tony Allen did a great job of guarding Dwyane Wade for a majority of the contest, Wade answered with a great stretch to close out the game. The captain simply did all he could to try and get the win. In fact, he grabbed three offensive boards and scored 12 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter and overtime period combined. He did so by mixing it up with nifty drives to the hoop and mid-range jumpers. The vet also made some excellent cuts to the rim, as he moved quite well off the ball. In addition to his 19 points on 50 percent shooting, Wade also tallied five boards and five assists. Chris Bosh, meanwhile, was absolutely on fire through the first three quarters and led the team with 22 points on the night.

Grizzlies vs HEAT
Grizzlies vs HEAT
Dec. 13, 2015
WIN: 100-97
With Miami on a three-game losing streak, both Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh saved their best for last and willed the HEAT to a comeback victory over the Grizzlies. Midway through the fourth, Bosh nailed a corner three and followed that up with a great close-out on Marc Gasol to force an airball. On the very next possession, Bosh aggressively drove baseline for a reverse layup. While he made some huge plays down the stretch, Bosh was on-point throughout, shooting 7-of-10 for his 22 points. Wade, meanwhile, went off in the fourth quarter, where he scored eight of his 14 points. A nifty drive inside cut Memphis’ lead to 97-96. After a defensive stop, Wade then hit a mid-range jumper to put Miami up for good.

2014-15 Season vs Memphis

Grizzlies vs. HEAT
Dec. 27, 2014
LOSS: 103-95
Wade made his presence felt from the start against the Grizzlies. As he has for the past few weeks, Wade started off the game hot from mid-range. In all, Wade scored 25 points on 11-of-17 shooting and dished out seven assists. After coming up big down the stretch on Christmas Day, Danny Granger had another great game against the Grizzlies. Granger caught fire from deep in the second quarter and continued to hit shots in the fourth. He often provided offense when Dwyane Wade was taking a breather on the bench. Granger finished the game with a season-high 18 points on 7-of-10 shooting. In addition to Wade and Granger, Luol Deng also had a solid outing. Deng scored 16 points, grabbed six boards and also played good defense.

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Dec. 7, 2014
LOSS: 87-103
The Miami HEAT fell to the Memphis Grizzlies Sunday night at Fedex Forum. Dwyane Wade led the way with 25 points and six assists. From the onset, Wade was aggressive and got into the lane with relative ease. As the game wore on, he started to attack from mid-range. Wade also set up his teammates well with some on-point, rifle passes. Entering Sunday night, Memphis had only lost one game at the “Grind House” all season, and the HEAT hung in until the very end. For a majority of the game, Miami responded well whenever the Grizzlies went on a run. While Wade led the team in scoring, five players in all reached double-figures. In particular, Josh McRoberts made his impact felt throughout the game. McRoberts started to look for his shot more on Sunday night and finished with 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting, five rebounds and five assists.

2013-14 Season vs Memphis

Grizzlies vs HEAT
Apr. 9, 2014
LOSS: 102-107
The Miami HEAT fell to the Memphis Grizzlies 107-102 Wednesday night at FedEx Forum. LeBron James led the way for the HEAT with 37 points, six rebounds and five assists. Rashard Lewis had 17 points off the bench on a night where the HEAT were playing without Dwyane Wade (strained left hamstring), Udonis Haslem (stomach virus), Chris Andersen (flu), and Greg Oden (back spasms). Chris Bosh contributed with 13 points and six rebounds while Mario Chalmers had 12.

Grizzlies vs HEAT
Grizzlies vs HEAT
Mar 21, 2014
WIN: 86-91
Five of the HEAT's past six games have been decided by five points or less. For the second straight home game, the Miami HEAT needed late-game heroics. With the help of an 11-0 run in the fourth quarter, the HEAT rallied for a victory against the Memphis Grizzlies Friday. Ray Allen scored 18 points in a game where LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade combined to finish with 40 points. Mike Miller received a huge ovation from fans and hugs from his former teammates when he was presented with the HEAT's championship ring before the game.

2012-13 Season vs Memphis

Grizzlies vs HEAT
Mar. 1, 2013
WIN: 91-98
Despite a struggling LeBron James, the HEAT were able to extend their winning streak to 13 games. Dwyane Wade picked up the load by scoring a team-high 22 points. James finished with 18 points on 4-for-14 shooting. Still, he did record 10 assists and eight rebounds. With James having his worst shooting game of the season, it was Wade who came to rescue for three quarters. It was his fourth straight game with at least 20 points. Wade finished 9-for-16 from the field and also had eight assists. The HEAT's reserves also helped make up for James' off night. Shane Battier (14) and Ray Allen (10) combined for 24 points, making 6-for-10 3-pointers.

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Nov. 11, 2012
LOSS: 86-104
The Miami HEAT focused on shutting down Memphis' inside scoring duo of Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol. Chris Bosh scored 22 points and 8 rebounds, with LeBron James scoring 20 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists for Miami. Dwyane Wade came in averaging 20.4 points but was held to eight in his first game back after missing Friday night's win at Atlanta with a cold.

2011-12 Season vs Memphis

Grizzlies @ HEAT
April 6, 2012
The Grizzlies ended the Heat's 17-game home winning streak after defeating the Miami Heat 97-82 Friday at AmericanAirlines Arena.

2010-11 Season vs Memphis

Grizzlies@ HEAT
March 12, 2011
The Miami HEAT jumped out to an 18-point halftime lead en route to a decisive 118-85 home win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday afternoon. The trio of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh combined for 73 points as all 12 Miami players scored. The HEAT also recorded a season-high 11 blocks as a team.

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Nov. 20, 2010
LOSS: 97-95
The Miami HEAT were without Dwyane Wade, out with a sprained wrist, for the game and Udonis Haslem, who left the game with a sprained left foot, for the fourth quarter, but it took a buzzer-beating fadeaway jumper from Rudy Gay for the Memphis Grizzlies to take a 97-95 win

2009-10 Season vs Memphis

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Feb 19, 2010
WIN: 100-87
Michael Beasley scored 30 points and Michael Chalmers and Jermaine O'Neal each added 18 as the visiting Heat gave up the lead in the fourth but rallied to beat the Grizzlies 100-87 in double overtime. Udonis Haslem scored eight of his 10 points in the second overtime as the HEAT won without Dwyane Wade.

HEAT vs. Grizzlies
October 21, 2009
WIN: 99-93
Dwyane Wade (35 points, including nine from the free-throw line) sliced his way through the Grizzlies' defense Wednesday night as the HEAT won 99-93 at home. Udonis Haslem added 17 points and nine rebounds as the HEAT improved to 2-4 on the preseason.

2008-09 Season vs Memphis

HEAT @ Grizzlies
March 23, 2009
Win: 94-82
Callout: Dwyane Wade (27 points, eight assists) was sublime again for the HEAT as they rolled to a 94-82 victory against the Memphis Grizzlies at home on Monday night. Michael Beasley added 17 points and nine rebounds for the HEAT, who had five players score in double figures. Jamal Magloire (10 points, 12 rebounds) chipped in with a double-double.

HEAT @ Grizzlies
December 14, 2008
LOSS: 102-86
Michael Beasley returned after missing last game with the flu and posted 20 points, but the HEAT couldn't keep up with the Grizzlies in the second half of Sunday's 102-86 road defeat. Joel Anthony notched his first career double-double for Miami, which did not have Udonis Haslem.

Grizzlies @ HEAT
October 21, 2008(Preseason)
WIN: 102-85
Michael Beasley recorded nine of his 19 points in a dominating fourth quarter as the Heat ran away from the visiting Grizzlies, 102-85, on Tuesday in preseason action. Dwyane Wade added a team-high 25 points.

2007-08 Season vs Memphis

Grizzlies @ HEAT
Apr. 11, 2008
Loss: 96-91
Earl Barron led with 22 points, but the HEAT came up short down the stretch after fighting back from a 15-point halftime deficit in Friday's 96-91 loss to the Grizzlies at the American Airlines Arena. Ricky Davis added 17 points and seven rebounds.

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Jan 06, 2008
Loss: 101-94
The HEAT took the Grizzlies down to the wire, but came up short at the end in a 101-94 road loss on Sunday. Ricky Davis led the HEAT with 24 points, while Dwyane Wade added 18 points and nine assists.

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Oct. 20, 2007
Loss: 104-98
Brian Chase scored a team-high 19 and Jeremy Richardson added 15, but the HEAT fell to the Grizzlies, 104-98, in a preseason road game on Saturday. Jason Williams also scored 11 in the loss.

2006-07 Season vs Memphis

HEAT vs. Grizzlies
Dec. 16, 2006
WIN: 98-90
Dwyane Wade racked up a season-high 41 points in his first game back after having his wisdom teeth removed to lead Miami to a 98-90 home victory over Memphis on Saturday night. Dorell Wright grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds. The HEAT have now defeated the Grizzlies four straight times.

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Dec. 2nd, 2006
WIN: 98-97
James Posey sank a buzzer-beating 3-pointer from the left corner to give Miami a dramatic 98-97 win over the Grizzlies on Saturday. Dwyane Wade led the HEAT with 23 points, while Jason Williams had 13 and 14 assists.

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Oct. 20th, 2006
LOSS: 96-95
Despite Robert Hite's game-high 25 points on 10-of-14 shooting, the HEAT still fell to the Grizzlies, 96-95, in Memphis. With Miami down 65-61 with 2:33 left in the third, Memphis used a 10-2 run over the next five minutes to pull away. Hite led the HEAT's comeback attempt in the fourth period, recording 16 points in the frame, but HEAT rally came up short at the end. Rudy Gay led the Grizzlies with 14 points. Gary Payton added 12 points and five assists for the HEAT.

2005-06 Season vs Memphis

HEAT vs. Grizzlies
Jan. 24th, 2006
WIN: 94-82
Leading by just one at halftime Tuesday, Miami got 13 points from Dwyane Wade in a decisive third quarter and then coasted to a 94-82 home win over Memphis. Wade finished with 25 points and Shaquille O'Neal had 20 and 15 rebounds.

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Nov. 2nd, 2005
WIN: 97-78
Trailing by four at halftime in the season opener, the HEAT outscored Memphis 59-36 in the second half to secure a 97-78 win Wednesday in Memphis. New Miami import Antoine Walker tallied 25 points and 16 rebounds and Dwyane Wade scored 23 of his own.

HEAT vs. Grizzlies
Oct. 14th, 2005
LOSS: 101-91
Dahntay Jones scored 18 points off the bench, while going 3-for-4 from beyond the arc, to help the Grizzlies defeat the HEAT, 101-91, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Jake Tsakalidis, who filled in for the injured Lorenzen Wright at center, scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Memphis, while holding Shaquille O'Neal to 14 points and under 50-percent shooting (6-for-13). Despite outshooting Memphis 56 percent to 39 percent from the field through the first two quarters, Miami only led by one, 50-49, at halftime. But Memphis would get things turned around in the third. With Memphis down 58-54, at the 8:40 mark, Eddie Jones would help the Grizzlies take control of the game. Jones scored seven points, one steal and an assist during Memphis' 14-4 run to help them take a six-point advantage, a lead that they would never relinquish. Memphis started the final quarter on an 18-2 run to take its largest lead of the night, 94-74, to cruise to the 10-point victory. Miami committed 23 turnovers in the loss. Dwyane Wade led the HEAT with 19 points.

2004-05 Season vs Memphis

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Apr. 8th, 2005
LOSS: 97-81
Mike Miller scored a season-high 30 points to help the Grizzlies beat the HEAT, 97-81, at FedEx Forum. The HEAT took its first and only lead of the night after Damon Jones' 3-pointer broke a 4-4 tie in the first, but the Grizzlies responded. Lorenzo Wright's dunk at the 8:41 mark sparked a 13-0 run which gave Memphis a 10-point lead. The Grizzlies stretched the lead to 30 in the second quarter and the HEAT was unable to get any closer than 14 as Memphis cruised to the victory.

HEAT vs. Grizzlies
Dec. 10th, 2004
WIN: 92-84
Miami won it's third straight game with a 92-84 win over the Memphis Grizzlies. The game remained close early on, but the HEAT finally blew things open halfway through the second quarter, going on a 12-2 run to take a 10 point lead with three minutes to play. The Grizzlies responded with a 10-2 run of their own to cut the HEAT lead to just two points going into the half. Memphis gained a five point lead on two occasions in the third, but the HEAT took a one point lead going into the fourth quarter. Miami was finally able to break the game open with a 16-6 run to begin the frame, and the Grizzlies could get no closer than four points down the stretch.

2003-04 Season vs Memphis

HEAT @ Grizzlies
Dec. 19th, 2003
LOSS: 97-83
The Memphis Grizzlies defeated the Miami HEAT 97-83 at The Pyramid Friday night, led by Mike Miller's 18 points on 6-of-10 shooting from the field. The Grizzlies also had five other players reach double figure scoring including three starters and two players off the bench. Memphis shot 68.4 percent in the first quarter (13-of-19) and 52.9 percent in the second quarter (9-of-17) to take a 59-45 lead into halftime. The Grizzlies shot 52.1 percent for the game, while the HEAT struggled from the field, connecting on just 38.0 percent of its shots on 30-of-79 attempts. Miami was led in scoring by rookie Dwyane Wade, who posted 21 points, four rebounds and three assists in 35 minutes of action. Lamar Odom pulled down 10 rebounds, but scored only nine points.

HEAT vs. Grizzlies
Dec. 12th, 2003
WIN: 91-88
Odom scored a season high 29 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead the Miami HEAT to a 91-88 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies. The victory for Miami snapped a six-game winning streak for Memphis, who trailed by as many as 19 points in the game. Miami led 79-66 with 9:00 minutes to play in the fourth quarter before Memphis started chipping away at the lead on the heels of a 19-6 run that tied the score at 85-85 with under a minute to play. Odom's running hook shot with :35 seconds gave the HEAT a two point advantage, followed by a pair of free-throws from Eddie Jones to push the lead to four points at 89-85. Memphis guard Earl Watson nailed a long three-pointer with 25 seconds to play to close the gap to one point at 89-88. Jones and Dwyane Wade made one free-throw each in the closing seconds to help secure the win.

HEAT vs. Grizzlies
Oct. 21th, 2003
LOSS: 97-82
Miami led by three points entering the fourth quarter but couldn't withstand a Memphis rally, losing 97-82 Tuesday to wrap up preseason play. Rafer Alston and Eddie Jones scored 13 points apiece for the HEAT.

2002-2003 Season vs Memphis

HEAT @ Memphis
Feb. 28th, 2003
Jason Williams scored 10 of his 18 points in overtime as the Memphis Grizzlies held off a torrid HEAT rally to secure a 126-116 win at The Pyramid. Memphis, who led by as many as 15 points at the start of the fourth quarter, shot just 4-of-12 from the field in the period, sparking a late 17-6 HEAT run with 5:37 remaining. The scored read 98-87 at the start of the run, which was capped off by a Caron Butler dunk and a three-pointer with only 14 seconds remaining to send the game into the extra frame. Butler joined Eddie Jones in leading the HEAT in scoring with 24 points each. Brian Grant recorded his 22nd double-double of the season by scoring 19 points and pulling down 13 rebounds. Travis Best scored 18 points, while Malik Allen chipped in with 11 points. Jones also recorded a team high seven assists to go along with his six rebounds, four blocked shots and three steals. Pau Gasol led Memphis in scoring with 25 points. Williams also dished out 15 assists in the game.

HEAT vs. Grizzlies
Dec. 10th, 2002
Memphis rookie Drew Gooden scored 25 points and Wesley Person and Pau Gasol scored 24 points apiece as the Grizzlies recorded their first road victory of the season, defeating the HEAT 107-96 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Memphis made 11-of-15 shots in the fourth quarter and held the HEAT to 4-of-20 shooting in the final 12 minutes of the game. The Grizzlies shot a sizzling 58.8 percent from the field (40-of-68), including five three-pointers (5-of-6). Gooden connected on 11-of-14 and recorded nine rebounds while Person shot 8-of-11 from the field and a perfect 3-of-3 from the three-point line and 5-of-5 from the charity stripe. Eddie Jones scored a season-high 33 points and Eddie House added 15 points off the bench. No other HEAT player recorded more than nine points. Brian Grant scored only seven points in the game but pulled down a game-high 15 rebounds, his 14 double-figure rebounding game of the season. The HEAT shot 48 percent from the field and outrebounded the much bigger Memphis team 37-35. Miami is 0-6 when allowing 100 or more points in a game this season. The 107 points scored by the Grizzlies was the most by a HEAT opponent since the Houston Rockets scored 117 points in a double overtime HEAT victory (107-96) on April 9, 2002.

Miami HEAT VS. Clippers

2002-2003 Season
02/28/03 AWAY 126-116 L C. BUTLER/JONES - 24 GASOL - 25
12/10/02 HOME 107-96 L JONES - 33 GOODEN - 25
2001-2002 Season
03/09/02 AWAY 93-88 W JACKSON/MOURNING - 26 WILLIAMS - 19
12/28/01 HOME 91-86 L MOURNING - 20 WILLIAMS - 19
2000-2001 Season
03/17/01 HOME 95-81 W MASON - 18 ABDUR-RAHIM - 20
01/19/01 AWAY 97-86 W JONES - 26 REEVES - 21
1999-2000 Season
01/16/00 AWAY 94-83 W MOURNING - 27 DICKERSON - 23
01/04/00 HOME 91-87 L MASHBURN - 21 BIBBY - 22
1998-99 Season
1997-98 Season
03/18/98 HOME 94-91 W MOURNING - 26 ABDUR-RAHIM - 21
01/11/98 AWAY 96-90 W HARDAWAY - 20 ABDUR-RAHIM - 26
1996-97 Season
03/14/97 HOME 88-82 W HARDAWAY - 19 REEVES - 27
11/20/96 AWAY 94-75 W HARDAWAY - 19 REEVES - 16
1995-96 Season
01/13/96 AWAY 69-65 L MOURNING/OWENS - 17 ANTHONY - 21
11/25/95 HOME 111-91 W MOURNING - 30 BENJAMIN - 22


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