2018-19 Season vs Milwaukee

HEAT vs Bucks
HEAT vs Bucks
March 22, 2019
LOSS: 116-87
After making an immediate impact on the defensive end with two blocks late in the first quarter, Hassan Whiteside continued to fight hard in the fourth regardless of the circumstances. In fact, the big fella led Miami with nine points on a perfect 4-of-4 shooting in the final period thanks to a couple dunks and mid-range jumpers. In all, Whiteside recorded a team-high 14 points, nine rebounds and three blocks.

Bucks vs HEAT
Bucks vs HEAT
March 15, 2019
LOSS: 113-98
Justise Winslow did everything in the first half and ended up with 20 points on 8-of-16 shooting, five assists, two boards, two steals and a block when it was all said and done.

HEAT vs Bucks
HEAT vs Bucks
Jan. 15, 2019
LOSS: 124-86
Although Hassan Whiteside was active in the first half with jams inside, quick push shots and even a mid-range jumper for good measure, he kicked things into high gear in the third quarter with seven points on 3-of-4 shooting in the period. When it was all said and done, Whiteside had 19 points on 8-of-10 shooting, eight rebounds, one assist and one block.

Bucks vs HEAT
Bucks vs HEAT
Dec. 22, 2018
WIN: 94-87
With Milwaukee threatening to steal the game, who else but Dwyane Wade to seal the deal? Like he’s done countless times before in his career, Wade took over late and scored six of Miami’s final ten points, including two huge jumpers. Wade finished with 13 points, eight rebounds and three assists.

2017-18 Season vs Milwaukee

Bucks vs HEAT
Bucks vs HEAT
Feb. 9, 2018
WIN: 91-85
With the Bucks not having a lot of size on their roster weight-wise, Bam Adebayo wisely went to work and absorbed a lot of contact inside. As such, he led Miami with 10 free throw attempts and made nine of them. Of course, there were also a few BAM SLAMS in the mix, including one in the fourth quarter. All that said, the rookie’s most impressive play came on the defensive end when he caught Khris Middleton’s shot attempt a little later. Otherwise on defense, Adebayo really impressed when matched up with Giannis Antetokounmpo and Thon Maker. When it was all said and done, the 20-year-old tallied 15 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and two blocks.

HEAT vs Bucks
HEAT vs Bucks
Jan. 17, 2018
WIN: 106-101
Simply put, Milwaukee had no answer for Hassan Whiteside on Wednesday night, as the big fella was an absolute beast on both ends of the floor. While Whiteside had a fantastic first quarter, which included two quick blocks on John Henson on back-to-back possessions, he totaled 11 points in the third quarter to keep Miami within striking distance of the Bucks. Throughout the flurry, Whiteside wisely utilized his strength advantage against Henson and Giannis Antetokounmpo. All that said, perhaps nothing was more important than a clutch block he had on the Greek Freak late in the fourth. Whiteside led the team with 27 points on 10-of-12 shooting, 13 rebounds and six blocks.

Bucks vs HEAT
Bucks vs HEAT
Jan. 14, 2018
WIN: 97-79
With Miami up by double-digits in the fourth quarter, Goran Dragić ensured there would be no comeback for Milwaukee. Not even close. The Dragon scored 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting in the final period, including a HEAT check with 4:16 left to play. In addition to his team-high 25 points on 9-of-17 shooting, Dragić also accumulated three rebounds, two assists and a plus-17 rating.

2016-17 Season vs Milwaukee

HEAT vs Bucks
HEAT vs Bucks
Feb. 8, 2017
WIN: 106-88
To put it simply, Hassan Whiteside was engaged early and often against the Bucks. Whether it was thunderous alley-oop jams or strong and-ones, the big fella did not disappoint. Thanks to Whiteside’s quick start, he notched a double-double in the first half with 17 points and 11 rebounds. As the game progressed, the 27-year-old continued to use his size-advantage (weight-wise) on Henson and his quick feet against the slower Greg Monroe. In addition to his 23 points on 10-of-12 shooting, Whiteside also grabbed 16 rebounds and blocked a shot. Additionally, the HEAT tallied the longest winning streak in NBA history for a team under .500.

Bucks vs HEAT
Bucks vs HEAT
Jan. 21, 2017
WIN: 109-97
To put it simply, Dion Waiters scored Miami’s first two points of the game and didn’t look back. Throughout the evening, the 25-year-old kept Milwaukee on its toes with aggressive takes to the rack and a bunch of catch-and-shoot corner threes. As a result, the bullish guard scored 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting…in just the first half. As the game progressed, Waiters continued to take his man off the dribble and finished with ease at the rim. The former Syracuse star also nailed the game-sealing three that put the HEAT up 109-94 with 55.4 seconds remaining. In short, Waiters couldn’t be stopped on Saturday night. In addition to tying his career-high with 33 points on 12-of-19 shooting, he also tallied three boards and three assists against the Bucks. Additionally, Waiters competed hard on the defensive end against Giannis Antetokounmpo when matched up with the “Greek Freak.”

HEAT vs Bucks
HEAT vs Bucks
Jan. 13, 2017
LOSS: 116-108
As usual, Tyler Johnson and James Johnson made their presence felt and provided a spark off the bench. While both guys played well through the first three quarters, they really led the charge on the HEAT’s comeback bid in the fourth. In fact, the duo combined for 10 points, eight assists and two blocks in the period. In all, J. Johnson tallied 10 points, two boards and two blocks to go along with his season-high 12 assists. T. Johnson, meanwhile, finished with 14 points, five assists, three steals, two blocks and a team-high plus-five rating.

Bucks vs HEAT
Bucks vs HEAT
Nov. 17, 2016
WIN: 96-73
From the start, Dion Waiters was ultra aggressive against Milwaukee and kept the opposition guessing with decisive attacks to the rim and tough pull-up jumpers. On the flip side of the ball, he competed hard and didn’t back down from Giannis Antetokounmpo despite the size-differential. While Waiters’ hot start was important, he hit two straight buckets down the stretch in the fourth quarter to give the HEAT an 88-73 lead with 3:31 remaining. In short, the 24-year-old had it all going on Thursday night. Waiters finished with 23 points, seven rebounds and four assists.

2015-16 Season vs Milwaukee

HEAT vs Bucks
HEAT vs Bucks
March 9, 2016
LOSS: 114-108
After the HEAT had a slow start to the game, Hassan Whiteside went to work in the second quarter. The center dominated the Bucks inside with nifty hook shots, put-backs and alley-oop jams. The 26-year-old scored 13 points and grabbed five boards in just the second period. Although Whiteside’s presence on both ends kept the HEAT in the game early on, he continued to do well in the fourth. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t quite enough. In addition to his 23 points on 9-of-13 shooting, Whiteside also tallied 13 rebounds and three blocks on Wednesday night. Luol Deng, meanwhile, finished with 20 points, 11 boards, two assists and two steals on 9-of-17 shooting.

HEAT vs Bucks
HEAT vs Bucks
Jan. 29, 2016
WIN: 107-103
With Miami in another close game, Dwyane Wade answered the call down the stretch to come away with the win. The 34-year-old scored 10 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter, with nearly all of those coming at the charity stripe. Still, Wade nailed a clutch jumper with 44.5 seconds remaining to put the HEAT up 103-101. Throughout the game, the vet mixed it up with tough mid-range jumpers and aggressive drives to the hoop. In addition to his 24 points on 7-of-13 shooting, Wade also had seven assists and four rebounds. Luol Deng, meanwhile, did all the dirty work against Milwaukee and displayed maximum effort. Deng was very aggressive in the third quarter, where he attacked the basket and grabbed two offensive boards. While he knocked down shots throughout the contest, his biggest one came with 2:26 left on a three to put Miami up 101-98. Deng also had a key deflection in the fourth that led to a Wade attack in transition. The former Blue Devil finished the game with 16 points and seven rebounds.

Bucks vs HEAT
Bucks vs HEAT
Jan. 19, 2016
LOSS: 91-79
Early on, Chris Bosh primarily attacked the basket on Tuesday night. In doing so, he put a lot of pressure on Milwaukee’s defense. While he fared well overall, Bosh did most of his damage in the second and third quarters, where he scored 17 of his 23 points. For the contest, he shot a perfect 7-of-7 from the charity stripe and nailed both of his 3-pointers. On the flip side of the ball, Bosh made some key deflections and competed well defensively as usual. Quite simply, he did all he could to keep Miami in it. In addition to his 23 points, Bosh also tallied five boards and two assists.

2014-15 Season vs. Milwaukee

HEAT @ Bucks
Mar. 24, 2015
LOSS: 88-89
While Wade led the team in scoring (21 points and four assists), Goran Dragić also had a good performance despite the loss on Tuesday night. Dragić was a little more aggressive than he usually is, but he still led the team with six assists. In all, Dragić finished with 16 points on an efficient 7-of-12 shooting to go along with his six assists. Wade, on the other hand, primarily attacked from the perimeter and converted on some great mid-range jumpers. With Hassan Whiteside out for the second half due to a cut on his right hand that required ten stitches, the HEAT pushed ahead and nearly came away with a victory. Things looked good in the third quarter when Miami went on a nice run thanks to great ball movement. The HEAT tallied nine assists alone in the quarter after having just eight in the entire first half. Milwaukee countered with much more pressure in the fourth quarter and went on the deciding run down the stretch. After Milwaukee won a jump ball with less than ten seconds left, a frenetic sequence ensued on the last possession of the game, which led to a Khris Middleton three for the win.

Bucks vs. HEAT
Jan. 27, 2015
LOSS: 109-102
Despite the loss, Chris Bosh had a strong outing against the Bucks. Bosh had the stroke going all night and found success early against Milwaukee. Even when he was contested, Bosh hit the baseline, mid-range jumper pretty much all game. In all, Bosh shot 10-of-19 for his 26 points and also grabbed four boards. Mario Chalmers continued his recent resurgence on Tuesday night. When Dwyane Wade exited the game in the third quarter with a strained right hamstring, Chalmers really started to go to work. Chalmers scored 12 of his 21 points in the third and made sure Miami continued to keep the pressure on Milwaukee’s defense. He beat his man off-the-dribble quite often and got to the hoop pretty much at will. Chalmers finished with 21 points and eight assists on the night. Hassan Whiteside also had a good night with 16 points and 16 rebounds against the Bucks. Even though they fell a little short, the HEAT executed relatively well against one of the best defenses in the league and shot nearly 51 percent for the game, as both Bosh and Chalmers had pretty solid outings. Luol Deng (calf) and Chris Andersen (elbow, back) sat out.

HEAT @ Bucks
Dec. 5, 2014
LOSS: 85-109
Despite the loss, Dwyane Wade had a strong performance against the Bucks. When Milwaukee put the taller Giannis Antetokounmpo on him, Wade facilitated and created well for his teammates. Wade mainly did his work inside, but he also hit a few mid-range jumpers. In all, Wade scored 28 points on 10-of-18 shooting and also dished out eight assists. Just before the end of the first quarter, Mario Chalmers drove to the left wing with two guys on him. Chris Bosh came up, slipped the screen and cut inside. Chalmers rifled a pass inside to Bosh, who finished the two-handed slam to put Miami up 30-25. Chris Bosh scored 21 points and grabbed six rebounds. Danny Granger started in place of Luol Deng who sat out with a hand injury.

Bucks vs HEAT
Nov. 16, 2014
LOSS: 91-84
Mario Chalmers led the way for the HEAT with 18 points and five assists, mixing it up with some aggressive drives to the hoop and timely shots from the perimeter. Shawne Williams, meanwhile, did most of his damage in the all-important fourth quarter. Williams scored 11 of his 13 points in the fourth and hit some clutch shots to get the HEAT back in the game. He also was excellent on the glass, as he grabbed 11 boards on the night. With some key guys out, we got to see a little bit of the youth movement in Shabazz Napier and James Ennis. Both played very well in the first half and helped build a lead early on for the HEAT. Ennis created well for his teammates and was also efficient scoring the ball against the Bucks. He finished with nine points on 4-of-6 shooting and three assists. Napier, meanwhile, showed his blazing speed often on drives to the rack. He finished with 10 points and five rebounds. Six players hit double-figures for Miami. Both Dwyane Wade (hamstring) and Josh McRoberts (foot) sat out.

2013-14 Season vs. Milwaukee

Bucks vs HEAT
Apr. 2, 2014
WIN: 77-96
The Miami HEAT defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 96-77 Wednesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. LeBron James led the way for the HEAT with 17 points, eight assists and four rebounds. Chris Bosh finished the game 7-of-13 shooting for 15 points and also dished out two assists. It was encouraging to see the HEAT close out the Bucks after taking an early lead. A lot of that was due to Miami’s activity in the passing lanes to start the game. In total, the HEAT had 12 steals against Milwaukee which in turn led to plenty of points in transition. This was a great team win for Miami that gave some reserves extended playing time, as LeBron James and Chris Bosh didn’t play in the fourth quarter.

HEAT @ Bucks
Mar. 29, 2014
WIN: 88-67
The Miami HEAT defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 88-67 Saturday night at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Chris Bosh led the way for the HEAT with 14 points and five rebounds. LeBron James scored nine of his 13 points in the third quarter to help put the game away, but this was a team effort. Toney Douglas and Rashard Lewis each had 13 points apiece. Douglas showed reckless abandon as he drove to the hoop and Lewis had some nifty drives of his own. Chris Andersen scored eight points, had a season-high 14 rebounds and swatted two shots. James Jones also made his presence felt as he shot 4 for 6 from the field for ten points. The Bucks shot 34.2 percent from the field and committed 17 turnovers in all. A lot of that was due to the HEAT rotating quickly, challenging every shot and communicating on defense.

Bucks vs HEAT
Nov. 12, 2013
WIN: 95-118
LeBron James scored 33 points and got the entire fourth quarter off, Michael Beasley scored 19 off the bench and the Miami HEAT had little trouble on the way to beating the Milwaukee Bucks 118-95 Tuesday night. Mario Chalmers finished with 15 points and seven assists for the HEAT, whose biggest victory margin before Tuesday was a 12-point triumph over Chicago on opening night. Chris Bosh scored 10 for Miami who played without Udonis Haslem (back) and Ray Allen (ill). Shane Battier started in Haslem's place.

2013 Playoffs: Round 1 vs Milwaukee

HEAT @ Bucks
Apr. 28, 2013
WIN: 88-77
LeBron James scored 30 points and led a fourth-quarter pull-away as the Miami HEAT swept the Milwaukee Bucks out of the playoffs with an 88-77 victory Sunday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. With the 4-0 sweep, the HEAT advances to the second round of the NBA Playoffs to meet the winner of the Chicago-Brooklyn series. James assisted on four huge 3-pointers and scored the other seven points in a 19-5 run in the fourth quarter after Milwaukee pulled within 69-67 on a basket by Monta Ellis. The HEAT won despite the absence of Wade, who sat out because of a sore right knee. Ray Allen added 16 points, including 4-of-7 shooting on 3-pointers.

HEAT @ Bucks
Apr. 25, 2013
WIN: 104-91
Ray Allen (23 points) drained five 3-pointers, breaking the all-time playoff record for made threes. LeBron James added 22 as the Miami HEAT pulled away to a 104-91 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks taking a 3-0 lead in the first-round playoff series. Chris Bosh added 16 points and 14 rebounds.

Bucks vs HEAT
Apr. 23, 2013
WIN: 86-98
Dwyane Wade scored 21 points to lead the HEAT to a victory against the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 2 of their first-round series. Miami now leads 2-0. Wade paced the HEAT for three quarters before James was the leader of a fourth-quarter burst that broke things open. James finished with 19 points on 6-for-14 shooting and added eight rebounds and six assists. The HEAT finished with five players in double figures, with Ray Allen and Chris Andersen both scoring 10 points off the bench.

Bucks vs HEAT
Apr. 21, 2013
WIN: 87-110
The HEAT cruised to a victory in Game 1 of the first-round series in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The HEAT led by double-figures most of the way behind yet another strong effort from LeBron James who finished with 27 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists. Ray Allen scored 20 points off the bench while Dwyane Wade added 16 points and five assists. The HEAT started fast by jumping to an early nine-point lead. The start of the third quarter is when the HEAT turned it on. The HEAT led by as many as 25 in the second half. Miami finished with five players in double-figures, with center Chris Bosh scoring 15 and reserve Chris Andersen 10.

2012-13 Season vs. Milwaukee

Bucks vs HEAT
Apr. 9, 2013
WIN: 83-94
LeBron James led the way with 28 points, seven rebounds and seven assists for Miami. Wade sat for a fifth consecutive game because of knee soreness, while Bosh was out after experiencing flu-like symptoms earlier in the day. In their absence, the HEAT received strong play from Udonis Haslem, Ray Allen and Norris Cole, who combined for 32 points. The HEAT sent a message to the Bucks, who they are likely to meet in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. Milwaukee currently holds the No. 8 seed, which means a date with the top-seeded HEAT. With the victory, the HEAT won the regular-season series 3-1.

HEAT @ Bucks
Mar. 15, 2013
WIN: 107-94
LeBron James scored 28 points and added 10 rebounds and seven assists, and Chris Bosh also had 28 points as the Miami HEAT won their 21st straight game. Dwyane Wade added 20 points, seven rebounds and nine assists as Miami surpassed the 20-game winning streaks of Milwaukee in 1971 and the Washington Capitols, spanning the end of the 1947-'48 season and the start of the 1948-'49 season. Only the Los Angeles Lakers (33 straight in 1971-'72) and the Houston Rockets (22 straight in 2008) have longer winning streaks.

HEAT @ Bucks
Dec. 29, 2012
LOSS: 85-104
Wade was back after serving a one-game suspension for flailing his leg and making contact with guard Ramon Sessions' groin during the Heat's 105-92 victory over Charlotte on Wednesday. Wade had 24 points on 10-of-19 shooting, four assists, six rebounds and three turnovers. LeBron James scored 26 as Miami failed to reach 100 points for just the third time in 28 games. James led the HEAT with 26, and Dwyane Wade added 24.

Bucks vs HEAT
Nov. 21, 2012
WIN: 106-113
The night started with the HEAT paying tribute to Udonis Haslem, who became the franchise's career rebounding leader in the first quarter. LeBron James had 28 points and 10 rebounds, Dwyane Wade added 28 more points in his return from injury and the HEAT scored the first six points of overtime. Chris Bosh had 24 points and 18 rebounds, his most rebounds in a HEAT uniform. James also had eight assists, and Ray Allen scored 17 points for the Heat, who moved to 5-0 at home. Allen's 3-pointer with 1:07 left sealed it for Miami, giving the Heat a 109-100 lead.

2011-12 Season vs. Milwaukee

HEAT @ Bucks
Feb. 13, 2012
WIN: 114-96
LeBron James scored 35 points in just 33 minutes, and Dwyane Wade added 22 as the Miami Heat scored a little payback with a 114-96 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks Monday night at the Bradley Center.

HEAT @ Bucks
Feb. 1, 2012
LOSS: 105-97
Brandon Jennings scored 31 points, including consecutive 3-pointers to cap a 22-3 run to start the fourth quarter, as the Milwaukee Bucks overcame an 18-point deficit to beat the Miami Heat 105-97 Wednesday night at the Bradley Center.

Bucks @ HEAT
Jan. 22, 2012
LOSS: 91-82
LeBron James recorded 28 points and 13 rebounds but it wasnt enough as the HEAT lost to the Bucks 91-82 at home on Sunday. Chris Bosh had 23 and Mario Chalmers added 12. The HEAT continue their homestand Tuesday against the Cavaliers.

2010-11 Season vs. Milwaukee

Bucks @ HEAT
April 6, 2011
LOSS: 90-85
Playing without Dwyane Wade, the HEAT opened a three-game homestand Wednesday with a 90-85 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. LeBron James' 29 points pushed him past 2,000 for the season, becoming the eighth player to achieve that mark seven times. Chris Bosh scored 18 with seven rebounds as Miami's win streak ended at three.

HEAT @ Bucks
Jan 7, 2011
WIN: 101-95
The Miami HEAT survived a challenge from the Bucks and won their 12th consecutive road game 101-95 in overtime Friday night in Milwaukee. LeBron James had 26 points and 10 rebounds, Chris Bosh scored 16 with 12 rebounds, and Dwyane Wade added 14.

Bucks @ HEAT
Jan 4, 2011
WIN: 101-89
The HEAT's Big Three combined for 78 points to lead the HEAT to a 101-89 home win over the Bucks on Tuesday night. Dwyane Wade led the offense with 34 points while Chris Bosh had a double-double with 19 points and 12 rebounds. LeBron James filled up the box score with 25 points, nine assists and six rebounds.

HEAT @ Bucks
Dec 6, 2010
WIN: 88-78
The Miami HEAT's string of impressive wins continued Monday night as they took out the Milwaukee Bucks, 88-78, to earn their fifth win in a row and hold yet another opponent below 40 percent shooting.

2009-10 Season vs. Milwaukee

HEAT @ Bucks
March. 26, 2010
WIN: 87-74
Dwyane Wade had 30 points, seven assists and seven rebounds to help the HEAT win their fourth straight game with an 87-74 victory Friday night in Milwaukee. Udonis Haslem, who added 10 points in a reserve role, finished with 18 rebounds to tie a career high he set five years ago. Miami has won 10 of its last 13 games. The HEAT's next game is Sunday at home against Toronto.

Bucks @ HEAT
Feb. 27, 2010
LOSS: 94-71
Without Dwyane Wade out for a fourth consecutive game with a calf injury, the Miami Heat fell to the Milwaukee Bucks 94-71 at home on Saturday afternoon. Jermaine O'Neal scored a team-high 14 points. Michael Beasley and Dorell Wright poured in 10 points apiece.

Bucks @ HEAT
Feb. 1, 2010
LOSS: 97-81
Dwyane Wade (23 points) scored the game's first 11 points but the HEAT lost the finale of the home-and-home series with the Bucks 97-81 Monday. Michael Beasley scored 16 points and Udonis Haslem added a double-double off the bench.

HEAT @ Bucks
Jan. 30, 2010
LOSS: 95-84
Dwyane Wade led the way with 21 points and seven assists, but the HEAT fell 95-84 to the Bucks in Milwaukee on Saturday night. Jermaine O'Neal added a double-double (15 points, 10 rebounds) while Quentin Richardson chipped in with 16 points. The HEAT are in action again on Monday when they host the second half of the home-and-home series with Milwaukee.

2008-09 Season vs. Milwaukee

Bucks @ HEAT
March 28, 2009
WIN: 102-85
Dwayne Wade finished with 27 points, and Udonis Haslem had 16 points with 12 rebounds in the HEAT's 102-85 victory Saturday night over Milwaukee. Improving to 18-5 at home against Eastern Conference opponents, the HEAT have won six straight home games and nine of their last 10 at AmericanAirlines Arena. The HEAT return to action at 7:30 p.m. Monday when they host Orlando.

HEAT @ Bucks
January 14, 2009
WIN: 102-99
Daequan Cook totaled a career-high 24 points as the HEAT avenged a Dec. 15 home loss to the Bucks with a 102-99 in Milwaukee Wednesday night. Five HEAT players scored in double digits, and Dwyane Wade (17 points) tied his career-high of 13 assists.

HEAT vs. Bucks
December 15, 2008
LOSS: 98-83
Mario Chalmers continued to showcase his tremendous skills with 20 points, eight assists and seven rebounds on Monday, but the HEAT couldn't overcome the visiting Bucks in a 98-83 defeat. Daequan Cook also flourished with four 3-pointers.

2007-08 Season vs. Milwaukee

HEAT vs. Bucks
March 24, 2008
WIN: 78-73
Chris Quinn scored a career-high 24 points as the HEAT made it two-in-a-row over the visiting Bucks, 78-73, on Monday. Earl Barron and Joel Anthony added 11 apiece for Miami, who also won last week in Milwaukee.

HEAT @ Bucks
March 18, 2008
WIN: 112-106
The HEAT knocked down 14 3-pointers - including a pair by rookie Daequan Cook - as they rallied from a 14-point deficit for a 112-106 victory at Milwaukee on Tuesday. Jason Williams drained five 3-pointers and had 21 points and 10 assists for the HEAT, who had 33 assists on 40 buckets.

HEAT @ Bucks
Jan 9, 2008
LOSS: 98-92
Dwyane Wade scored a team-high 34 points and Jason Williams provided ample support with 23, but the HEAT lost to the Bucks, 98-92, on Wednesday night. The HEAT trailed by as many as 15 but fought back to make it a one-possession game down the stretch before ultimately falling to Milwaukee.

HEAT vs. Bucks
Jan 2, 2008
LOSS: 103-98
Dwyane Wade fired off 10 of his 27 points in the fourth to spark a late rally by the HEAT, but it was not enough as Miami fell short, 103-98, to the Bucks on Wednesday. Ricky Davis tallied 23 points and four steals.

2006-07 Season vs. Milwaukee

HEAT vs. Bucks
February 3, 2007
WIN: 117-98
Dwyane Wade, who had his Marquette jersey retired earlier in the day, finished two rebounds shy of a triple-double with 32 points, 11 assists and eight boards in Miami's 117-98 win in Milwaukee on Saturday. Jason Kapono recorded a career-high 28 points and hit six 3-pointers. Shaquille O'Neal scored 20.

HEAT vs. Bucks
January 30, 2007
WIN: 110-80
Dwyane Wade tallied 28 points, six rebounds and six assists as the HEAT outscored the Bucks by 21 in the first quarter and cruised from there in a 110-80 victory on Tuesday. Jason Kapono added 15 points, and Michael Doleac chipped in 11 and 11 rebounds.

HEAT @ Bucks
December 12, 2006
LOSS: 121-95
Despite erasing an 11-point first-half deficit, and even taking the lead at halftime, the HEAT couldn't hold off the Bucks in their 121-95 defeat in Milwaukee on Wednesday night. Dwyane Wade racked up a team-high 27 points, while Antoine Walker added 13 points and eight rebounds. Miami had previously won eight of its last nine against Milwaukee.

2005-06 Season vs. Milwaukee

HEAT vs. Bucks
April 4, 2006
WIN: 115-89
All 12 players that saw action scored as Miami cruised to its sixth straight home victory, 115-89 over Milwaukee on Tuesday. Shaquille O'Neal led six in double figures with 24 points on 9-of-13 from the field with 10 rebounds. Dwyane Wade tallied 14 points, eight boards and eight assists, while Udonis Haslem and Antoine Walker scored 14 apiece. The HEAT shot 62 percent (45-of-73) from the floor.

HEAT vs. Bucks
Dec. 27, 2005
WIN: 109-98
Dwyane Wade scored 35 points on 10-of-14 shooting from the field in Tuesday's 109-98 win over the visiting Bucks. Shaquille O'Neal added 23 points and eight boards and Jason Williams chipped in 18 points for the HEAT, who improved to 6-2 under Pat Riley.

HEAT @ Bucks
Dec. 14, 2005
WIN: 100-83
Miami used a big fourth quarter to win in Milwaukee 100-83 on Wednesday. Dwyane Wade led the HEAT with 27 points and seven assists. Gary Payton scored 20, and Antoine Walker scored eight of his 12 in the fourth quarter. Shaquille O'Neal scored 13, and had six rebounds in only 25 minutes due to early foul trouble.

HEAT @ Bucks
Nov. 5, 2005
LOSS: 105-100
The HEAT, playing without star center Shaquille O'Neal, played valiantly but came up short in a 105-100 loss in Milwaukee on Saturday. Dwyane Wade scored 21 points, and Alonzo Mourning filled in admirably with a double-double.

2004-05 Season vs. Milwaukee

HEAT vs. Bucks
Mar. 14, 2004
WIN: 110-71
Miami cranked it up in the second quarter, built a 23-point lead at the half and cruised to a 110-71 victory Monday over the Bucks at AmericanAirlines Arena. Dwyane Wade was feeling it, hitting 10-of-12 from the field for a team-high 29 points. Shaquille O'Neal posted 21 and nine rebounds for the HEAT.

HEAT @ Bucks
Dec. 8, 2004
WIN: 101-96
The Bucks drew to within five points of Miami in the final seconds, but Udonis Haslem (20 points, 13 boards) sealed Wednesday's 101-96 road win from the foul line. Shaquille O'Neal notched 18 points and Dwyane Wade doubled up with 17 and 10 dimes.

HEAT @ Bucks
Nov. 17, 2004
WIN: 113-106
The HEAT beat the Bucks for the second time in four days with a 113-106 win at the Bradley Center. The game remained close throughout the first half, with neither team gaining a bigger lead than four points. The Bucks took a 43-40 lead into the half, and opened up the third quarter with an 8-3 run to take a 51-43 lead with 10:02 remaining. The HEAT then took control of the game, outscoring the Bucks 33-14 to take an 11 point lead into the final frame. Eddie Jones scored 12 of his 27 points in the third quarter, with Shaquille O'Neal adding in 11 of his 26 points. Miami continued their dominance in the fourth quarter, extending their lead to as many as 16 points. Damon Jones scored 14 of his 17 points in the fourth, with Dwyane Wade adding nine of his 18 points. Milwaukee finished the game on a 7-2 run to close within six points. Miami shot 58.7% from the field and out-rebounded the Bucks 41-28. Milwaukee was led by Michael Redd's 33 points.

HEAT vs. Bucks
Nov. 14, 2004
WIN: 112-110
Miami snapped a two-game losing streak by beating the visiting Milwaukee Bucks, 112-110, in a double-overtime thriller. The lead see-sawed throughout the first half, with neither team grabbing a bigger lead than five points. Miami took a 51-48 lead into the half, and continued their surge, going ahead by nine points near the end of the third quarter. Milwaukee concluded the third with a 9-1 run to cut the HEAT lead to just one point entering the fourth quarter. Both Miami and Milwaukee had five point leads at different times in the fourth quarter, but the game was tied at the end of regulation. In the first overtime, things remained close until the Bucks went ahead by four points with 11.7 seconds to go. Eddie Jones hit a two pointer with 8.1 seconds remaining, and then Joe Smith made a bad pass to Keith Van Horn, who turned the ball over with 5.7 seconds remaining. Keyon Dooling then drove into the lane an hit another basket to send the game into doubleovertime. The HEAT scored the first seven points of the frame, before Milwaukee responded with five points of their own. Keith Van Horn missed the final shot of the game to give Miami the win. All five HEAT starters scored in double-figures, with Shaquille O'Neal recording a double-double with 19 points and 18 rebounds. Udonis Haslem also recorded a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Eddie Jones added 19 points. The Bucks had three players record double-doubles, including a team-high 26 points and 15 rebounds from Keith Van Horn. Dwyane Wade missed his second consecutive game with a sprained left ankle.

2003-04 Season vs. Milwaukee

HEAT vs. Bucks
March 4, 2004
WIN: 104-98
The HEAT scored the final six points of the game and went on to defeat the Bucks 104-98 Thursday night. Rafer Alston matched his career-high with a team-high 23 points and also tallied eight assists, five rebounds and four steals for Miami, which never trailed in the game. Caron Butler added a season-high 21 points and Rasual Butler tossed in his season-high of 20 points.

HEAT @ Bucks
Feb. 29, 2004
LOSS: 108-104
Rafer Alston's trey cut the gap to four with 4.3 ticks remaining, but the HEAT got no closer in a dramatic 108-104 loss at Milwaukee on Sunday. Eddie Jones posted a team-high 25 points, Lamar Odom added 22 and Udonis Haslem finished with 17 off the bench.

HEAT @ Bucks
Jan. 9, 2004
LOSS: 103-94
Miami HEAT's second half rally fell short on Friday, as the Milwaukee Bucks recorded a 103-94 victory at the Bradley Center. The HEAT trailed by 20 points at halftime and by 25 points midway through the third quarter. The HEAT mounted a 14-4 run to close with within 15 points by the end of the third period and by seven points with 6:28 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. Miami got no closer than eight points over the next three minutes and eventually dropped its 15th game on the road for the season. Lamar Odom led the HEAT with his 16th double-double of the season after scoring 22 points and pulling down 15 rebounds. Rafer Alston added 17 points, followed by 15 points and a season high 11 assists from Eddie Jones and 14 points from Brian Grant.

2002-03 Season vs. Milwaukee

HEAT vs. Bucks
Mar. 31st, 2003
Sam Cassell and Gary Payton scored 20 points each on Monday, as the Milwaukee Bucks slipped past the HEAT 91-86 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Cassell scored 12 of his 20 points in the Bucks 17-6 game-clinching run. Eddie House scored a season-high 21 points off the bench to lead all HEAT scorers, followed by 15 points from Rasual Butler and Brian Grant. Vladimir Stepania chipped in with 11 points. Grant and Stepania also recorded double-doubles and set a new franchise mark for rebounds in a half, adding 10 rebounds each after two quarters. Grant finished with a game-high 17 rebounds, while Stepania finished with 13 boards respectively.

HEAT @ Bucks
Mar. 30th, 2003
Gary Payton and Sam Cassell scored 24 and 23 points respectively on Sunday, as the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Miami HEAT 109-87 at the Bradley Center. In addition to Payton and Cassell, the Bucks had four other players reach double-figures including 18 points from Toni Kukoc, 14 points from Michael Redd. Desmond Mason and Tim Thomas chipped in with 11 and 10 points respectively. Milwaukee jump out to a 18 point deficit in the first quarter and went into halftime leading by 13. The Bucks shot a sizzling 51 percent from the field on 41-of-80 shot attempts, including nine three-pointers (9-of-17). Milwaukee also outrebounded the HEAT 48-28. Caron Butler led Miami with 24 points, after connecting on 8-of-10 from the field and 2-of-2 from the three-point line.

HEAT vs. Bucks
Mar. 4th, 2003
Milwaukee guards Gary Payton and Sam Cassell combined to score 42 points on Tuesday, leading the Bucks to a 100-91 victory over the HEAT at AmericanAirlines Arena. Cassell led all scorers in the game with 25 points (9-of-14 FG), while Payton dropped in 17 points (7-of-17 FG). The HEAT were led by Brian Grant's 20 points and 12 rebounds, followed by Caron Butler's 15 points. Malik Allen and Eddie House each chipped in with 14 points, while Mike James added 10 points to round out the double-figure scorers for the team. Allen also recorded 12 rebounds for his fourth double-double of the season. Miami trailed for most of the game and by as many as 12 points. The scored read 73-70 at the start of the fourth quarter, but the HEAT did not score a point until the 8:04 mark of the period. By that point, Milwaukee had extended its lead to 78-70. Miami closed with within five points with 1:43 left in the game at 92-87, but Milwaukee closed the game with a 8-4 run to secure the win.

HEAT @ Bucks
Nov. 19th, 2002
Eddie Jones scored 22 points and Wisconsin native Caron Butler added 20 as the HEAT snapped a five game losing streak, beating the Milwaukee Bucks 97-93 at the Bradley Center. Jones and Butler led two other HEAT starters in double-figures including 19 from Travis Best and 16 from Malik Allen. Allen also recorded his second double-double of the season, recording a career high 13 rebounds. Brian Grant and Vladimir Stepania scored nine points each with Stepania also pulling down a game high 15 rebounds. Miami shot a season high 48 percent from the field (40-of-82) and 50 percent from the three-point line (5-of-10). The HEAT also scored a season-high 32 points in the first quarter and never trailed in the game. Milwaukee entered the game leading the NBA in field goal percentage (.474) and ranked second in three-point percentage (.404). On Tuesday, the Bucks connected on just 39 percent of its shots from the field (34-of-87) and 33 percent of its three-point attempts (7-of-21). Ray Allen led Milwaukee in scoring with 24 points.

Miami HEAT VS. Milwaukee Bucks

2002-03 Season
03/31/03 HOME 91-86 L HOUSE - 21 CASSELL/PAYTON - 20
03/30/03 AWAY 109-87 L C. BUTLER - 24 PAYTON - 24
03/04/03 HOME 100-91 L GRANT - 20 CASSELL - 25
11/19/02 AWAY 97-93 W JONES - 22 ALLEN - 24
2001-02 Season
04/05/02 HOME 102-97 W HOUSE - 22 CASSELL/ROBINSON - 19
02/15/02 AWAY 90-88 W JONES - 22 ALLEN - 30
12/11/01 HOME 99-97 W JONES - 23 ALLEN - 30
11/08/01 AWAY 86-84 L JONES - 29 ROBINSON - 26
2000-01 Season
04/17/01 HOME 91-89 W MOURNING - 25 ROBINSON - 22
03/29/01 AWAY 104-99 L HARDAWAY - 25 ROBINSON - 27
11/28/00 HOME 102-101 L JONES - 26 HUNTER - 23
1999-00 Season
03/24/00 AWAY 99-87 W MOURNING - 24 ALLEN - 36
03/14/00 HOME 108-104 W MASHBURN - 28 ALLEN - 26
12/26/99 AWAY 93-85 L MOURNING - 25 ROBINSON - 30
12/16/99 HOME 96-95 L LENARD - 29 ALLEN - 28
1998-99 Season
04/14/99 AWAY 98-86 L MOURNING - 30 ALLEN - 31
04/11/99 HOME 95-92 W MASHBURN - 25 ALLEN - 25
03/24/99 AWAY 84-76 W HARDAWAY - 22 ROBINSON - 17
1997-98 Season
03/27/98 HOME 102-77 W MOURNING - 34 GILLIAM - 14
02/05/98 AWAY 91-87 W MASHBURN - 25 ALLEN/ROBINSON - 25
/12/13/97 AWAY 87-84 W AUSTIN - 22 ROBINSON - 28
11/29/97 HOME 93-87 L HARDAWAY - 26 ALLEN - 24
1996-97 Season
03/11/97 AWAY 108-93 W HARDAWAY - 29 BAKER - 27
02/06/97 HOME 102-90 W LENARD - 38 NEWMAN - 26
12/29/96 AWAY 95-94 W HARDAWAY - 36 BAKER - 26
11/08/96 HOME 101-89 W MOURNING - 23 BAKER - 27
1995-96 Season
04/19/96 AWAY 106-100 W MOURNING - 28 ROBINSON - 28
04/11/96 HOME 115-105 W MOURNING - 32 BAKER - 29
03/22/96 AWAY 122-106 W GATLING/W. WILLIAMS - 23 BAKER - 23
1994-95 Season
02/28/95 AWAY 95-85 W RICE - 24 ROBINSON - 22
02/14/95 HOME 112-99 W OWENS - 20 ROBINSON - 30
01/27/95 AWAY 96-87 W COLES - 25 DAY - 20
12/21/94 HOME 122-112 W RICE - 30 BAKER - 26
1993-94 Season
03/15/94 HOME 101-94 W RICE - 28 MURDOCK - 32
03/01/94 AWAY 110-102 W RICE - 25 BAKER - 26
02/01/94 AWAY 88-82 W RICE - 23 EDWARDS - 18
11/11/93 HOME 116-103 W SEIKALY - 33 NORMAN - 30
1992-93 Season
04/12/93 HOME 106-95 W RICE - 25 DAY - 20
04/08/93 AWAY 117-92 W SHAW - 32 LOHAUS - 20
01/28/93 HOME 109-87 L SEIKALY - 18 ROBERTS - 22
12/02/92 AWAY 100-97 L EDWARDS/SEIKALY - 26 BRICKOWSKI - 23
1991-92 Season
04/16/92 HOME 95-87 W RICE - 23 LOHAUS - 23
02/20/92 AWAY 111-109 W RICE - 30 BRICKOWSKI - 25
01/15/92 HOME 134-115 W RICE - 31 BRICKOWSKI/HUMPHRIES - 23
11/16/91 AWAY 120-116 W RICE - 30 MALONE - 26
1990-91 Season
03/19/91 AWAY 101-88 L BURTON - 24 ELLIS - 29
02/26/91 HOME 119-106 L DOUGLAS/BURTON - 18 SCHAYES - 29
02/19/91 AWAY 116-90 L SEIKALY - 19 ROBERTSON - 21
11/06/90 HOME 106-94 L RICE - 19 ROBERTSON - 27
1989-90 Season
03/25/90 HOME 105-102 W DOUGLAS - 24 PIERCE - 31
02/25/90 HOME 113-108 L DOUGLAS - 17 PIERCE - 30
01/21/90 AWAY 127-101 L SEIKALY - 26 PIERCE - 22
12/16/89 AWAY 99-96 W SEIKALY - 22 SIKMA - 22
1988-89 Season
01/13/89 HOME 107-101 L SUNDVOLD - 19 PIERCE - 23
11/26/88 AWAY 103-93 L TAYLOR - 21 GRAYER - 18


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