2018-19 Season vs Orlando

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
March 26, 2019
LOSS: 104-99
Although Dion Waiters kept Orlando’s defense guessing early on with aggressive takes to the basket and shots from the perimeter, his biggest impact came in the fourth. In fact, Waiters scored 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting in the final period and hit some treys to try and extend the game. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t enough. In all, Waiters led Miami with 26 points on 10-of-18 shooting, including 5-of-11 from deep, and also amassed two assists, one board and one steal.

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Dec. 23, 2018
WIN: 115-91
Tyler Johnson went off in the third quarter with 20 points on 7-of-9 shooting. All told, Johnson hit a career-high six treys and led the HEAT with 25 points on 9-of-15 shooting.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Dec. 4, 2018
LOSS: 105-90
Kelly Olynyk simply continued to get the job done in the fourth quarter, as he led Miami with 12 points on 4-of-7 shooting in the period. In all, Olynyk had 13 points, six rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block.

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Oct. 17, 2018
LOSS: 104-101
Whether Goran Dragić was operating in the halfcourt or in transition, he found success and kept Orlando on its toes for most of the night. After utilizing screens well and attacking the basket relentlessly in the first half, the Dragon started to do damage a bit more from beyond the arc later on. In addition to his team-high 26 points on 9-of-14 shooting, the Slovenian also tallied a team-high four assists to go along with four rebounds and a game-high plus-20 rating.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Oct. 8, 2018
WIN: 90-89
Although Rodney McGruder didn’t start this time around, he certainly made his presence felt against Orlando and either scored or assisted on Miami’s first 15 points in the second quarter. That wasn’t all though, as the 27-year-old locked-in defensively and made things very tough for Jonathon Simmons early on before shifting his attention to D.J. Augustin down the stretch. Speaking of down the stretch, McGruder hit two nifty floaters in the fourth quarter to make sure the HEAT came out ahead. In addition to his team-high 19 points on 7-of-12 shooting, including 3-of-5 from deep, the Kansas State product also amassed eight boards, five assists and a block.

2017-18 Season vs Orlando

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Feb. 5, 2018
LOSS: 111-109
With Miami trying to mount a comeback in the fourth quarter, Josh Richardson did all he could and led the team with eight points on 4-of-7 shooting in the period. Naturally, one of those buckets came on a scoop layup to tie the game at 109. On the flip side of the ball, the former Tennessee Volunteer did a great job defensively down the stretch against Evan Fournier and also guarded Jonathon Simmons and Elfrid Payton throughout the contest. In addition to his team-high 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting, Richardson also accumulated two boards, two assists and a plus-five rating.

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Dec. 30, 2017
WIN: 117-111
While Goran Dragić was quite assertive in his approach early on, nothing tops what he did in the fourth quarter. The Slovenian simply would not be denied on Saturday night, as he scored 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting in the fourth, including a tough jumper over Bismack Biyombo that put Miami up 114-111 with 23.8 seconds remaining. Of course, the Dragon also set up his teammates supremely well and led the HEAT with eight assists on the evening. In addition to those dimes, Dragić also amassed 25 points on 11-of-22 shooting, four boards and a block.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Dec. 26, 2017
WIN: 107-89
With Orlando keeping things close early in the fourth, Wayne Ellington simply caught fire and blew the game wide open. In fact, the 30-year-old scored 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting in the period and found the open spot on the perimeter time and time again. Ellington finished with 18 points on 6-of-11 shooting, six rebounds and two steals.

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Oct. 18, 2017
LOSS: 116-109
Hassan Whiteside displayed grit and determination in the fourth quarter, as he did everything he could to try and will the HEAT to a comeback victory. When the dust settled, Whiteside tallied 14 points and eight boards in the period. A perfect example of his sheer will came late in the fourth when he went up for a lob, re-gathered himself after Nikola Vučević defended it well and still came through with the jam. Whiteside finished with 26 points on 11-of-18 shooting and 22 rebounds, which was a HEAT opening night record.

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Oct. 7, 2017
LOSS: 93-90
Josh Richardson can flat out do it all. Whether it was playing multiple positions or guarding a bunch of different guys, the 24-year-old showed his versatility from start to finish against the Magic. Oh, and he also showed his hops on a fantastic dunk over Bismack Biyombo in the fourth quarter. Earlier, Richardson caught fire and scored 13 points in the second period thanks to a barrage from the perimeter. In addition to his team-high 19 points on 7-of-13 shooting, including 3-of-4 from deep, Richardson also accumulated four assists, four steals, two boards and a block.

2016-17 Season vs Orlando

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Mar. 3, 2017
LOSS: 110-99
Although the HEAT didn’t get off to as quick a start as they’d like, James Johnson did his best to keep the team within striking distance in the first half. As usual, the forward showed fancy footwork on his way to the rack to break down the defense. In addition to his 19 points on 9-of-14 shooting overall, Johnson also tallied four boards, two steals, two blocks and a team-high six assists.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Feb. 13, 2017
LOSS: 116-107
In short, Dion Waiters essentially picked up where he left off before his ankle injury. Throughout the first half, the guard created for his teammates off the dribble and also mixed things up with pull-up jumpers and finishes inside. It didn’t stop there though, as Waiters continued to put pressure on Orlando after halftime. Although he had an electric steal and score in the third quarter, he also hit a huge step-back jumper to cut the Magic’s lead to 110-107 with 1:14 remaining in the game. In all, Waiters led the team with 23 points on 10-of-19 shooting and six assists.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Dec. 20, 2016
LOSS: 136-130 (2OT)
After a tough outing against the Celtics, Tyler Johnson certainly flipped the script against Orlando. The combo-guard made his presence felt from the very moment he checked into the game, as he drilled his first four shots off some in-rhythm jumpers. That said, Johnson continued to play well later in the contest and came through with some huge plays. None were better than a massive dunk he had early in the fourth that brought the crowd to its feet. Johnson continued to fight and scored a career-high 32 points as a result, which set a HEAT record for most points by a player off the bench. In all, he had five rebounds, three assists and three steals to go along with those 32 points on 13-of-20 shooting.

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Oct. 26, 2016
WIN: 108-96
Hassan Whiteside and Dion Waiters did some of their best work in the third period and changed the complexion of the game. Thanks to the duo, the HEAT outscored the Magic 30-16 in the third and carried over that momentum into the early part of the fourth. Whiteside led the team with 18 points on 9-of-16 shooting, 14 boards (four offensive) and four blocks. Waiters, meanwhile, finished with nine points, six rebounds and four assists.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Oct. 18, 2016
WIN: 107-77
From the start, Goran Dragić was in attack mode against the Magic. Early on, the point guard pushed the pace and scored on the break whenever the opportunity presented itself. As the game progressed however, Dragić started to do damage in the half court thanks to solid screens from his teammates. The 30-year-old finished with 17 points on 8-of-13 shooting, five assists, four rebounds and a block. Willie Reed, meanwhile, tallied a double-double with 16 points and 11 boards.

2015-16 Season vs Orlando

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Apr. 10, 2016
WIN: 118-96
Goran Dragic came out of the gate absolutely on fire against Orlando. In fact, the Slovenian connected on his first five field goals thanks to aggressive attacks to the rim. One of his most impressive buckets came towards the end of the first quarter. After some other guys took over in the third quarter, Dragic went to work in the fourth to ensure the victory. The point guard continued to get into the paint at will in an eight-point fourth quarter. In all, Dragic totaled 19 points and a team-high six assists on 8-of-12 shooting. Additionally, Luol Deng led the team with 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting.

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Apr. 8, 2016
LOSS: 112-109
While it took a little bit for Dwyane Wade to get going, he really came through down the stretch for Miami. The vet scored nine of his 17 points in the fourth quarter and mixed up his approach. In fact, Wade hit two quick jumpers within a minute of checking back into the game in the final period. Otherwise, the 34-year-old did his damage from the free-throw line after aggressively attacking the basket. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t enough this time around. In addition to his 17 points, Wade also tallied five assists on the night.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
March 25, 2016
WIN: 108-97
After not getting out in transition much against the Spurs, Goran Dragic made sure to get Miami back on track against Orlando. Whenever the HEAT forced a miss or turnover, the team raced out in the open court to attempt an easy bucket. Of course, Dragic often scored on those opportunities and finished well among the trees. As usual, Luol Deng was also a big proponent in Miami pushing the pace. Thanks to the duo, the team totaled 12 fast break points. Deng finished with 10 points, 13 rebounds and five assists, with eight points and six boards coming in the fourth quarter. While that was vital, we can’t forget about The Dragon’s historic moment on Friday night, as the point guard threw down his first dunk as a member of the HEAT. In all, Dragic had 22 points, eight assists and four steals on 9-of-13 shooting. Otherwise, Hassan Whiteside led the team with 26 points on 10-of-15 shooting and also had 12 rebounds and five blocks on the evening.

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Dec. 26, 2015
WIN: 108-101
After a little bit of a slow start for Miami, Goran Dragic gave the team a jolt of energy in the second quarter. He aggressively attacked the basket both in the halfcourt and in transition, which kept the Magic on their toes. The Slovenian also looked to set up his teammates throughout the game. Dragic continued to attack in the third quarter and also was very active on the defensive end. He finished the game with 22 points on 9-of-16 shooting, six boards and four assists. Additionally, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh each scored 24 points apiece for the HEAT. Wade scored half of those points in the fourth on a very efficient 4-of-5 shooting.

HEAT vs Magic
HEAT vs Magic
Oct. 13, 2015
LOSS: 95-92
Josh Richardson led the HEAT with 18 points and also had three rebounds, three steals and an assist. The rookie out of Tennessee showed his speed on some nifty drives to the hoop and also knocked down shots from the perimeter. Justise Winslow, meanwhile, relentlessly attacked the rim and absorbed a lot of contact. As the game wore on, he started to convert on those tough drives. Late in overtime, Winslow exploded to the rim to tie the game at 92 with 33.4 seconds left. Defensively, Winslow was his usual self and wrecked havoc against Orlando. On one play in particular at the end of the first half, Winslow stayed with Victor Oladipo as he drove to the hoop and swatted his shot attempt cleanly. The former Blue Devil finished the game with 12 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and two blocks.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Oct. 7, 2015
LOSS: 100-97
Chris Bosh led the way with 18 points and was the best player on the court for the HEAT once again. Bosh connected on 5-of-7 field goals (including 2-of-3 from downtown) and had his silky-smooth jumper on display. Goran Dragic also had a solid outing. Dragic started to really get going in the third quarter, where he scored six of his 12 points and dished out two of his five assists. Behind the scorching hot Gerald Green, Miami went on a 16-2 run to tie the game at 82 with 7:09 left in the game. Green scored all 11 of his points in the final quarter of play. While the HEAT fell short in the end, it was great to see (or hear) the team fight back like that.

2014-15 Season vs Orlando

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Apr. 13, 2015
WIN: 93-100
Hassan Whiteside continued his recent hot streak as the regular season draws to a close. From the start against the Magic, Whiteside was locked-in on both ends and recorded a double-double in just the first half. Whiteside mixed it up with some silky-smooth hook shots and powerful dunks inside. He often showed great footwork in the post against a solid center in Nikola Vucevic. On the defensive end, Whiteside continued to be a menace. Whiteside had 24 points and 13 rebounds to go along with 5 blocks. The HEAT got plenty of points in the paint against the Magic. However, Goran Dragić got it all started in the opening period with a bunch of tough drives to the rim. As usual, Dragić pushed tempo and set up his teammates with some excellent feeds. In all, Dragić tallied 13 points and a game-high eight assists. It was good to see the HEAT stay in control after gaining a double-digit lead in the second quarter. While the Magic fought back in the fourth and got within six points a few times down the stretch, Wade shut the door on them with eight points in the final period. Wade finished the game with 22 points and five assists.

Magic vs HEAT
HEAT @ Magic
Feb. 25, 2015
WIN: 93-90
Luol Deng did a little bit of everything on the offensive end against the Magic. Deng relentlessly took it to the rack and moved well without the ball to get open looks. Deng really caught fire in the third quarter, where he scored 13 of his 21 points. In all, Deng finished the game with 21 points and seven rebounds. Whiteside registered his 12th double-double of the season with 15 points and 13 rebounds. The big man had some tough finishes at the rim and even hit a nice step-back jumper earlier in the game. In the overtime period, Whiteside came up big on the glass and helped Miami get some second-chance opportunities. On the defensive end, Whiteside was his usual self with three blocks. The HEAT fought extremely hard on Wednesday night and never gave up. After struggling a bit at the start of the game, Wade made a push late in the fourth quarter and scored five straight points to cut the Magic’s lead. Later, both he and Goran Dragic pressured Nikola Vucevic into a turnover after the inbound pass with a little over 25 seconds left. That play led to the first of Walker’s two 3-pointers at the end of regulation. Wade scored 12 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter and overtime combined. Two of those 12 points included a pair of free throws that put the HEAT up 91-88 with 16.6 seconds left in overtime.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Dec. 29, 2014
LOSS: 102-101
With Chris Bosh back in the starting lineup, Dwyane Wade scored ten points through three quarters. Bosh found his grove after a slow start and converted on plenty of good looks. In the fourth quarter however, it was the Wade show. Wade scored 15 of his 25 points in the final quarter and was extremely aggressive down the stretch. Wade shot 50 percent from the field, dished out six assists and grabbed three boards. Despite missing eight games due to a strained calf, Bosh moved very well and found room to operate in his comfort zones around the elbows. In all, Bosh had 20 points and eight rebounds. Danny Granger continued his recent tear and once again set a season-high in points. He finished with 21 points, including 6-of-7 from downtown, and four rebounds. He started the game a perfect 5-of-5 from deep and hit a clutch three down the stretch off a nice pass from Wade. Miami went on a nice run in the third quarter to take control of the game; however Orlando tied it entering the fourth. Wade had a solid look to try and win the game, but he unfortunately missed it.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Nov. 22, 2014
WIN: 99-92
Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers had excellent outings against the Magic. Bosh caught fire in the fourth quarter and hit nearly every shot he took, even well-contested jumpers. He was locked-in and would not be denied on this night. Bosh scored 14 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter and also grabbed 10 boards in all. Chalmers, meanwhile, attacked the basket very well, even against a good defender in Elfrid Payton. He also hit some outside shots and created well for his teammates. Chalmers finished with 24 points, 10 of which came in the fourth quarter, and eight assists. Once again, the HEAT had solid contributions from Shawne Williams and Shabazz Napier. Williams had a quick start and finished with 10 points and five boards. Napier, meanwhile, poured in 12 points and did well in Norris Cole’s absence. Dwyane Wade (hamstring) sat out.

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Oct. 7, 2014
LOSS: 108-101
The Miami HEAT fell to the Orlando Magic 108-101 in overtime Tuesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. Chris Bosh led the way for the HEAT with 18 points and nine rebounds. Bosh seemed to already be in mid-season form against the Magic. Bosh shot 7-for-13 for his 18 points and also tallied nine boards. He had his usual silky smooth mid-range jumper going all night, as his teammates did a good job of getting him the ball in his comfort zones. It was encouraging to see Bosh take on his leadership role head on. Luol Deng also had a great game and was aggressive from the start. Deng scored 18 points on 6-of-13 shooting and relentlessly took it to the hoop. He set the tone early and got the HEAT going. Despite the loss, the HEAT looked pretty solid in their second preseason contest. Wins and losses aren’t what matter in the preseason, but it was still great to see the HEAT fight and mount a comeback in the final quarter, especially with all the young guys in. Speaking of one of those young guys, Ennis had a highlight play in the second quarter and also made some nice plays down the stretch at the end of regulation. In all, Ennis scored 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting, grabbed ten rebounds and dished out five assists.

2013-14 Season vs Orlando

Magic vs HEAT
Magic vs HEAT
Mar. 3, 2014
WIN: 98-112
Dwyane Wade scored 24 points and Chris Bosh 20 for the HEAT, who shot 58 percent. Switching to a clear protective cover at the NBA's request, LeBron James had 20 points, nine rebounds and seven assists to help the Miami HEAT earn their seventh consecutive victory. James dispensed with the black mask he wore Thursday when playing for the first time since he broke his nose. After sitting out a week because of his broken nose, he avoided another injury when he went stumbling into the third row after making a fast-break layup and settled in an unoccupied seat. Eleven players scored for the HEAT, and their bench totaled 39 points. Among the contributors was Greg Oden, playing his 11th game after being sidelined by knee trouble for 3 1/2 years. He went 3 for 3 for eight points with four rebounds in 13 minutes.

HEAT @ Magic
Jan. 4, 2014
WIN: 94-110
Former Magic forward Rashard Lewis started in place of Shane Battier, who sat out to rest a sore quadriceps. He gave quality minutes all night, hitting three 3-pointers. He also had eight points during a third-quarter run, before the HEAT's big three then caught fire in the fourth to secure the victory. Bosh and Dwyane Wade scored 20 points apiece, Lewis added 18 points in just his second start of the season, while James finished with 15 points, eight rebounds and eight assists.

Magic vs HEAT
Nov. 23, 2013
WIN: 99-101
LeBron James hit a jumper with 15 seconds remaining to lead the Miami HEAT to a victory against the Orlando Magic. The HEAT trailed by as many as 16 in the second half before rallying to victory, defeating the Magic for the second time this week. Guard Dwyane Wade, who missed the past two games because of knee soreness, led all scorers with 27 points on 9-for-16 shooting. James finished with 22 points, nine rebounds and seven assists while center Chris Bosh added 15 points. After James' final basket, the Magic had two chances to force overtime. Guard Arron Afflalo missed a short jumper in the lane. Rookie guard Victor Oladipo grabbed the rebound, but was unable to connect on a three-footer from the corner as time expired.

HEAT @ Magic
Nov. 20, 2013
WIN: 120-92
LeBron James warned the Orlando Magic to stop double-teaming him and ignoring James Jones. They didn't listen. Jones scored 14 of his 17 points to fuel a third quarter that turned a close game into a blowout, James led Miami with 21 points. Chris Bosh added 18 points for the HEAT, who had all five starters sit out the fourth quarter for the second straight night. Dwyane Wade sat out his second straight full game to give his knees more rest. Michael Beasley scored 14 points and Chris Andersen added 10 for the HEAT, who opened the game on a 16-0 run, lost the lead briefly in the second quarter, then outscored the Magic 66-43 after halftime. HEAT F Rashard Lewis appeared in his 1,000th game, and James made his 5,000th free throw.

2012-13 Season vs Orlando

Magic vs HEAT
Apr. 17, 2013
WIN: 93-105
The Miami HEAT ended the regular season by defeating the Orlando Magic 105-93. The HEAT finished with a franchise-record 66 wins. Miami closed on a positive despite playing without forward LeBron James, who was away from the team to tend to a "personal matter." Dwyane Wade scored a team-high 21 points while center Chris Bosh sat out the regular-season finale. Wade was one of five HEAT players to score in double-figures. Included in the bunch was 19-year veteran center Juwan Howard, who made his second start of the year. Howard finished with 12 points in 17 minutes.

HEAT @ Magic
Mar. 25, 2013
WIN: 108-94
LeBron James came up one rebound short of a triple-double and took over the game in the third quarter, leading the Miami HEAT to their 27th straight victory. James finished with 24 points, nine rebounds and 11 assists for the HEAT, who extended the second-longest winning streak in NBA history. Mario Chalmers scored 17, and Chris Bosh and Ray Allen each added 12 for Miami, giving HEAT coach Erik Spoelstra his 250th win.

Magic vs HEAT
Mar. 6, 2013
WIN: 96-97
The HEAT nearly blew a 20-point, second-half lead, but LeBron James hit a layup with less than three seconds remaining for the winning points. The victory was Miami's 16th straight, extending the franchise record. James led all scores with 26 points, making 11 of 12 from the foul line. Dwyane Wade finished with 24 points and six rebounds while Chris Bosh had 17 points and 10 rebounds.

HEAT @ Magic
Dec. 31, 2012
WIN: 112-110
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade scored all 13 of the Miami HEAT's overtime points as the defending NBA champions closed out the year with a 112-110 victory over the Orlando Magic. James scored 10 of his 36 points in the overtime period and Wade clinched the victory with a backcourt steal and dunk. The HEAT avoided a third straight defeat despite taking a 50-33 beating on the boards.

2011-12 Season vs Orlando

HEAT vs. Magic
March. 18, 2012
WIN: 91-81
The Miami Heat defeated the Orlando Magic 91-81 Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena. Guard Dwyane Wade led all scorers with 31 points on 13-of-25 shooting. The Heat were able to survive despite a subpar scoring effort from forward LeBron James, who finished with 14 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists. With James handling the intangibles, forward Chris Bosh picked up the scoring load.

HEAT @ Magic
March. 13, 2012
LOSS: 104-98
Jameer Nelson scored 12 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter and overtime, and the Orlando Magic overcame 24 turnovers and a 20-0 Miami run to beat the Heat, 104-98. Dwyane Wade scored a game-high 28 points for Miami, scoring all four of the Heat points in the overtime period. Dwight Howard finished with 24 points and 25 rebounds in what may have been his final home game for the Magic with the NBA trade deadline looming Thursday.

HEAT vs. Magic
Feb. 19, 2012
WIN: 90-78
The Miami HEAT won their sixth straight game, defeating the Orlando Magic 90-78 Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena.

HEAT @ Magic
Feb. 8, 2012
LOSS: 102-89
The Orlando Magic tacked 17 3-point field goals onto Dwight Howard's 25 points and 24 rebounds in a 102-89 victory over the Miami HEAT.

HEAT @ Magic
Dec. 21, 2011
LOSS: 104-100
The Magic showed some late-game toughness to secure a 104-100 victory on Wednesday night, but needed a furious comeback to erase a 14-point halftime deficit. The Heat played well early before slowing in a forgettable second half.

Magic vs. HEAT
Dec. 18, 2011
WIN: 118-85
Once the Miami Heat started running away from the Orlando Magic, they simply did not stop. LeBron James scored 19 points, roster hopeful Terrel Harris added 16 and the Heat outscored the Magic by 29 points over the game's final 27 minutes, cruising to a 118-85 win in the preseason opener for both teams.

2010-11 Season vs Orlando

Magic @ HEAT
March. 3, 2011
LOSS: 99-96
LeBron James had 29 points and Dwyane Wade added 28 but the HEAT couldn't stop a second-half Magic run and lost at home 99-96 Thursday night. Forward Chris Bosh added 13 points while Mike Bibby chipped in with three points in his HEAT debut. Miami will travel to San Antonio to take on the Spurs Friday night.

HEAT @ Magic
Feb. 3, 2011
WIN: 104-100
In a Southeast Division matchup, the HEAT took care of the Magic 104-100 on the road Thursday night. LeBron James made his first 11 shots from the field on his way to a season-high 51 points. He also added 11 rebounds and eight assists as Miami has won two of the three contests against Orlando so far this season.

Magic @ HEAT
Oct. 29, 2010
WIN: 96-70
Dwight Howard scored 19 points in the first half, neither LeBron James nor Chris Bosh scored more than 15 points, the Miami HEAT shot 40 percent and they still won by 26 points in their home opener against the Orlando Magic, 96-70. How? Defense.

2009-10 Season vs Orlando

Magic @ HEAT
March 18, 2010
LOSS: 108-102
After winning the first two matchups against the Orlando Magic this season, the HEAT had to settle for a season split with their division rival following a 108-102 home loss in overtime to the Magic on Thursday. Dwyane Wade had 36 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists while Jermaine O'Neal added 14 points and a season-high five blocks.

HEAT @ Magic
Feb. 28, 2010
LOSS: 96-80
Dwyane Wade returned to the HEAT lineup from a left calf strain and posted a team-high 21 points along with five rebounds and five assists in a 96-80 loss to the Magic at Amway Arena on Sunday night. Jermaine O'Neal added 16 points and six rebounds while Rafer Alston scored 15. The HEAT will return home to play the Warriors on Tuesday.

Magic @ HEAT
Dec. 17, 2009
WIN: 104-86
Dwyane Wade was 10-for-17 with 25 points as the HEAT defeated the Magic in a 104-86 win at home on Thursday night. Michael Beasley put up 22 points with eight rebounds. The HEAT will face the Trail Blazers at home on Sunday at 6 p.m.

HEAT @ Magic
November 25, 2009
WIN: 99-98
Michael Beasley dunked a missed shot by Dwyane Wade with 1.6 seconds remaining, lifting the Miami HEAT to a 99-98 victory over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.

HEAT @ Magic
October 7, 2009
LOSS: 90-86
Dwyane Wade scored 17 points Wednesday night but the Heat fell to the Magic 90-86 on the road. James Jones scored 16 points and Michael Beasley added 12 points. The Heat are now 0-2 for the preseason.

2008-09 Season vs Orlando

Magic @ HEAT
March 30, 2009
LOSS: 101-95
Dwayne Wade scored 42 points, but his performance wasn't enough for the HEAT to avoid a 101-95 loss Monday to Orlando. The setback, which snapped a six-game winning streak at AmericanAirlines Arena, was Miami's 13th loss in 14 meetings with the Magic and trimmed the HEAT's lead over Philadelphia to one game for fifth place in the Eastern Conference.

HEAT @ Magic
February 22, 2009
LOSS: 122-99
Dwayne Wade scored a career-high 50 points, but his effort wasn't enough to prevent the HEAT from losing 122-99 on the road Sunday in Orlando. Michael Beasley finished with 14 points, and Udonis Haslem had eight rebounds.

Magic @ HEAT
January 24, 2009
WIN: 103-97
Miami was able to push open a double-digit lead in the second half and hold on for the close 103-97 win over the Orlando Magic on Saturday. Dwyane Wade led the way with 27 points as the HEAT defended its home court. Mario Chalmers helped out with 20 points on the night.

HEAT @ Magic
January 2, 2009
LOSS: 86-76
Dwyane Wade scored 33 points but was held scoreless in the fourth quarter and the HEAT fell short in Orlando, losing 86-76 Friday night.

HEAT vs. Magic(Preseason)
October 18, 2008
LOSS: 100-92
Dwyane Wade recorded 29 points, eight assists and seven rebounds, but the Heat couldn't overcome the Magic in Saturday's 100-92 preseason defeat at Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville. Udonis Haslem added 16 points and 11 rebounds for Miami, which will continue exhibition play when it hosts Memphis on Tuesday.

2007-08 Season vs Orlando

HEAT vs. Magic
March 14, 2008
LOSS: 103-94
With coach Pat Riley on a scouting trip, the HEAT battled the intrastate rival Orlando Magic into the final minute before coming up short in a 103-94 home setback Friday. Jason Williams played through ankle and knee injuries and had one of the best games of his career with 34 points and seven assists. Rookies Daequan Cook and Joel Anthony combined for 25 points and 10 rebounds.

HEAT vs. Magic
Jan. 30, 2008
LOSS: 107-91
Playing without Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem, the HEAT were within three points in the fourth quarter but could not keep up with the host Magic the rest of the way en route to a 107-91 loss on Wednesday. Ricky Davis scored 21 points, while Chris Quinn and Luke Jackson scored 14 apiece.

HEAT vs. Magic
Dec. 28, 2007
LOSS: 121-114
Dwyane Wade matched a career-high 48 points, including 20 in the fourth quarter, but the HEAT lost a seven-point lead in the final two minutes of regulation and eventually lost a 121-114 decision in overtime to the Magic at the AmericanAirlines Arena on Friday. Daequan Cook nailed a game-tying 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds left in regulation and another to tie the game at 114-114 in OT with 1:18 left.

HEAT @ Magic
Nov. 24, 2007
LOSS: 120-99
After an inspired home stand against the Rockets on Friday, the HEAT cooled off in Orlando and lost against the Magic, 120-99, on Saturday. Dwyane Wade led with 32 points, while Ricky Davis and Shaquille O'Neal added 23 and 20 points, respectively.

2006-07 Season vs Orlando

HEAT @ Magic
October 12, 2007
LOSS: 102-69
The tandem of Shaquille O'Neal and Penny Hardaway did not play in their return to Orlando, and Stan Van Gundy's first game against mentor Pat Riley was hardly a chess match. Instead, Orlando got 19 points on 5-of-6 shooting from J.J. Redick and double figures from five other players in a 102-69 preseason rout of the Miami Heat on Friday night. Both teams were missing key players in a game most notable for sloppy ball handling - 44 turnovers - and early fouls - 33 in the first half.

2006-07 Season vs Orlando

HEAT @ Magic
April 18, 2007
LOSS: 94-68
In its final tuneup before the playoffs begin this weekend, Miami was dealt a 94-68 defeat in Orlando on Wednesday. Dorell Wright led the HEAT, who rested many of their regulars, with 17 points, eight rebounds and four assists. Miami will begin its first-round playoff series on the road in Chicago.

HEAT vs. Magic
March 18, 2007
LOSS: 97-83
Shaquille O'Neal posted 20 points on 6-of-10 shooting from the field, but the HEAT dropped a 97-83 decision to the visiting Magic on Sunday, losing for the first time in its last 10 games. James Posey scored 14 and pulled down seven rebounds, while Jason Williams added 10 points and dished out six assists.

HEAT @ Magic
December 30, 2006
LOSS: 97-68
Minus Dwyane Wade, who was sidelined due to a sore wrist, the HEAT struggled offensively on Saturday and fell to the Magic, 97-68. Jason Kapono led Miami with 15 points, while Dorell Wright tallied 12 points and five rebounds. Alonzo Mourning added nine points.

HEAT vs. Magic
November 24, 2006
LOSS: 107-104
Miami erased an eight-point fourth-quarter deficit to tie the game at 100 with less than three minutes remaining, but couldn't overcome the Magic in its 107-104 defeat on Friday night. Dwyane Wade recorded his fourth double-double of the season with 33 points and 15 assists.

HEAT @ Magic
October 24, 2006
WIN: 92-82
Despite resting stars Shaquille O'Neal and Dwyane Wade, the HEAT rallied from 21 down in Tuesday's 92-82 victory at Orlando in preseason action. Antoine Walker posted a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Alonzo Mourning added 14 points and Earl Barron scored 12.

2005-06 Season vs Orlando

HEAT vs. Magic
April 9, 2006
LOSS: 93-84
Dwyane Wade scored 27 points to lead all scorers but the HEAT fell down by 13 at halftime and could not climb back in Sunday's 93-84 home loss to Orlando. Shaquille O'Neal collected 16 points, nine rebounds and three blocks. Rookie Wayne Simien added eight points and tied a season high with six rebounds in 15 minutes of action.

HEAT @ Magic
Feb. 15, 2006
WIN: 110-100
Dwyane Wade had a big effort for the second time in two nights and Miami swept a home-and-home set against Orlando with a 110-100 win on Wednesday. Wade had 36 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists, and Antoine Walker added 26 points as the HEAT head to the All-Star break with a 33-20 mark.

HEAT vs. Magic
Feb. 14, 2006
WIN: 107-93
Dwyane Wade followed up his 37 against the Pistons on Sunday with 38 against the Magic in Tuesday's 107-93 home win. Shaquille O'Neal chipped in 25 points and 11 rebounds against the intrastate rival. The HEAT shot 58 percent from the field as a team as Antoine Walker (12 points), Jason Williams (10) and Udonis Haslem (10, 14 rebounds) scored in double figures.

HEAT @ Magic
Nov. 26, 2005
LOSS: 80-77
The HEAT lost to the Magic 80-77 on Saturday despite mounting a fierce run that cut a seven-point fourth-quarter deficit down to two. Dwyane Wade led Miami with 21 points, grabbing six rebounds and dishing out four assists, as well. Alonzo Mourning powered his way to 15 points and 21 boards.

HEAT @ Magic
Oct. 27, 2005
WIN: 104-90
Dwyane Wade led four Miami players in double figures with 25 points Thursday as the HEAT wrapped up the preseason with a 104-90 win at Orlando. Shaquille O'Neal and Antoine Walker added 19 and 17 points, respectively, for Miami.

HEAT vs. Magic
Oct. 18, 2005
WIN: 95-91
Dorell Wright scored 12 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter as the HEAT held on to defeat the Orlando Magic, 95-91, to snap its two-game skid in Miami. Grant Hill paced the way for Orlando in the first half, scoring all of his 17 points through the first two quarters as the Magic went into halftime with a 44-43 lead. The two teams would seesaw in the third, recording six lead changes and sixties, but Dwyane Wade would help keep the HEAT close. Wade scored 10 points, including a stretch of six-straight points in the quarter, but the HEAT still trailed heading into the final frame, 69-66. Miami scored the first five points of the final period to take the lead. A dunk by Wright with 9:39 to play gave the HEAT the lead for good, 73-71. He got loose for another jam to make it 91-85 with 1:30 remaining and hit two free throws with 5.6 seconds left to lock up the victory.

2004-05 Season vs Orlando

HEAT @ Magic
Apr. 20, 2005
WIN: 98-93
Miami staged a spirited second-half rally to finish off the Magic in Wednesday's 98-93 win. Keyon Dooling led Miami with a season-high 19 points. With the win, the HEAT finish the regular season with a 59-23 record, the best in the East.

HEAT @ Magic
Feb. 27, 2005
WIN: 112-103
Eddie Jones scored 16 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter as the Miami HEAT completed the home-and-home sweep over the Orlando Magic, 112-103, at the TD Waterhouse Centre. Miami went up by as many as 19 points in the third quarter but Orlando cut the lead to six, 81-75, at the 10:30 mark of the fourth quarter. Orlando pulled to within two, 99-97, when Hedo Turkoglu nailed a running jumped with 2:50 left to play in the game. But the HEAT outscored the Magic 13-6 down the stretch to secure the victory and record its seventh-straight win over Orlando. Grant Hill led the Magic with 34 points. Wade, Jones, and Damon Jones combined to score 74 points. Wade recorded a double-double with 28 points and 11 assists. Udonis Haslem also recorded a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds. The HEAT shot 53.2 percent from the field.

HEAT vs. Magic
Feb. 26, 2005
WIN: 101-98
Dwyane Wade scored 14 of his team-high 25 points in the fourth quarter to help the Miami HEAT defeat the Orlando Magic, 101-98. The HEAT, playing without the injured Shaquille O'Neal, held a 46-40 halftime lead behind Damon Jones' 11 firsthalf points. The Magic took the lead at the 5:15 mark of the third quarter when Jameer Nelson's jumper capped off an 11-4 run to give Orlando the 61-60 edge. The two teams would battle for seven lead changes and three ties from that point. Wade, who sat out much of the second half because of foul trouble, took over for the HEAT in the final two minutes. His jumper with 1:43 left broke a 91-91 tie and scored Miami's next six points to put the HEAT up by four, 99-95, with 15.8 second remaining. On the next play, Orlando's Hedo Turkoglu knocked down a 3-pointer to cut the lead to one, but Rasual Butler's two ensuing free throws secured the victory for the HEAT.

HEAT vs. Magic
Dec. 19, 2004
WIN: 117-107
The HEAT extended their wining streak to eight games with a 117-107 victory over the Orlando Magic in Miami. The HEAT struggled in the first half, falling behind by as many as 10 points. Orlando shot 54.5% from the field, outscored Miami 16- 8 on fast break points, and took a nine point lead into halftime. The HEAT battled back to begin the third, going on a 16-7 run to begin the frame, and tying the score with 8:10 left to play in the quarter. From that point on, the game was tied on five more occasions in the period, but the HEAT was never able to gain the lead. With the scored tied at 86 apiece going into the fourth, Miami improved their defense and finished the game on an 18-6 run to seal the victory. Six HEAT players scored in double-figures.

HEAT @ Magic
Oct. 27, 2004
LOSS: 109-103
Shaquille O'Neal returned to action Wednesday night and scored 24 points in 33 minutes, but the HEAT fell 109-103 in Orlando. Dwyane Wade checked in with 18 points and eight assists.

HEAT vs. Magic
Oct. 15, 2004
WIN: 95-89
Due to a hamstring injury the Miami HEAT was able to record a 95-89 victory over the Orlando Magic without center Shaquille O'Neal. The HEAT got major contributions from Dwyane Wade with 18 points and a double-double effort from Udonis Haslem as he tallied 18 points and 11 boards. Michael Doleac helped fill the void while starting at the center position scoring 11 points, nine rebounds and blocking three shots. Miami led the way outscoring the Magic by three at the end of one and went on to take a 50-40 halftime lead. The HEAT continued to play strong on the second half finishing with the 95-89 win.

2003-04 Season vs Orlando

HEAT vs. Magic
Mar. 24, 2004
WIN: 105-90
Eddie Jones fired in 28 points to pace Miami on Wednesday to a 105-90 win in Orlando. Dwyane Wade (24 points) and Lamar Odom (20) also had big offensive nights for the HEAT, who have won nine of their past 10 games to remain sixth in the East.

HEAT vs. Magic
Mar. 9, 2004
WIN: 100-89
Miami HEAT scored in triple digits to get the 100-89 victory over the Orlando Magic on Tuesday night at the AmericanAirlines Arena. The HEAT dropped 100 points for the third straight game, to give them three consecutive wins. Eddie Jones and Rasual Butler both contributed for a team-high 19 points apiece. Rasual has provided a spark off the bench over the last three wins scoring 20, 17, and 19 points. Miami never trailed after taking a 24-22 lead with 2:31 remaining in the first quarter.

HEAT vs. Magic
Feb. 11, 2004
WIN: 111-98
Miami came out firing Wednesday and made a 25-point first-half lead stand up in a 111-98 victory at Orlando. Dwyane Wade scored a game-high 27 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, while Rafer Alston netted 23 points and shot 5-of-6 from 3-point land. In all, the HEAT shot 54 percent from the field.

HEAT vs. Magic
Jan. 2, 2004
WIN: 112-101
Jones scored 33 points on 10-of-21 shooting from the field, including four three-pointers and a perfect 9-of-9 from the free-throw line, in leading the HEAT to a 112-101 victory over the Orlando Magic. The HEAT led by as many as 24 points in the game and held off a late Magic rally to record its tenth home victory of the season. The 10 home wins are tied for third best in the Eastern Conference with New Jersey and New Orleans. Only the Indiana Pacers (12-4) and Milwaukee Bucks (11-4) have recorded more wins at home this season. Miami shot 46 percent from the field as a team, connecting on 41-of-88 shot attempts with a season high 11 three-point field goals made. The HEAT also out rebounded the Magic 42-37. In addition to Jones, the HEAT got double-figure scoring from Lamar Odom (19 points), a season high 18 points from Rafer Alston, 14 points from Malik Allen off the bench and 12 points from Caron Butler.

HEAT vs. Magic
Oct. 11th, 2003
WIN: 77-75
Lamar Odom and Rasual Butler each scored 10 points, as the Miami HEAT pushed its preseason record to 3-0 with a 77-75 victory over the Orlando Magic at TD-Waterhouse Centre. In addition to Butler and Odom, Loren Woods pulled down 15 rebounds for his second doublefigure rebounding game, while reserve guard Rafer Alston dished out seven assists. The HEAT led at halftime 37-35 and led by as many as 15 points late in the fourth quarter with the score reading 76-61 at the 5:23 mark. Miami held off a late Magic rally to secure the victory.

2002-2003 Season vs Orlando

HEAT vs. Magic
Mar. 23rd, 2003
Tracy McGrady scored 21 of his game high 37 points in the first quarter, as the Orlando Magic defeated the Miami HEAT 96-74 at the AmericanAirlines Arena. With the win, Orlando sweeps Miami for the first time in the history of the interstate rivalry. Miami still leads the all-time series 30-25. Caron Butler scored 19 points to lead Miami, while Eddie House and Travis Best chipped in with 13 and 10 points respectively. McGrady started his barrage with a one-handed dunk that preceded five three-pointers to give the Magic a 32-23 advantage after the first quarter. Orlando would outscore Miami in the second quarter 23-19 and went into halftime leading 55-42. Miami trailed by as many as 25 points in the second half and never got any closer than 19 points.

HEAT @ Magic
Mar. 19th, 2003
The Miami HEAT used its fourteenth different starting line-up on Wednesday versus the Orlando but that wasn't enough as the Magic cruised to a 109-93 victory at TD-Waterhouse Centre. Vladimir Stepania started at power forward in place of Malik Allen, while Anthony Carter and Rasual Butler started in the backcourt for Miami, who have now lost eight of its last 10 games. Caron Butler led Miami with 20 points, followed by Brian Grant's 17 points. Stepania and Allen added 12 points, while Carter chipped in with 10 points. Carter also dished out a team high eight assists.

HEAT @ Magic
Nov. 24th, 2002
Mike Miller's jumper with time expiring lifted the Orlando Magic to a 77-75 victory over the Miami HEAT. Miller finished the afternoon with 31 points, 19 rebounds and three assists. HEAT guard Eddie House nailed a 17-foot jumper to tie the score at 75 with 10 seconds remaining, after Miami clawed back from 12 down mid-way through the fourth quarter. Caron Butler scored 18 points to lead Miami, who now falls to 2-10 on the season. The HEAT shot just 34 percent from the field, 13 percent from three-point land and 78 percent from the freethrow line. Orlando out-rebounded the HEAT 50-39 and played without its two stars Tracy McGrady and Grant Hill, both out with injury.

HEAT vs. Magic
Oct. 30th, 2002
Malik Allen and Travis Best scored 22 points each and rookie sensation Caron Butler chipped in with 16 points in Miami's season opener versus the Orlando Magic, but it wasn't enough as Tracy McGrady (24 points) and his team shot 54 percent from the field and 66 percent from the three point line (8-of-12) to post a 100-86 win over the HEAT. Best, who was inserted into the starting line-up after Anthony Carter went down with strep throat, scored 12 points and dished out three assists in the first 10 minutes, pacing Miami to an early eight point lead at 32-24. Orlando went ahead to stay 2 ½ minutes later, after McGrady scored on a dunk, followed by a 3-pointer on the next possession to put the Magic up 35-34. Allen, who was playing in only his 13th NBA game, added seven rebounds in 33 minutes of action. Miami had won 15 of the last 20 regular season meetings with Orlando prior to the Wednesday's game.

Miami HEAT VS. Orlando Magic

2002-03 Season
03/23/03 HOME 96-74 L C. BUTLER - 19 McGRADY - 37
03/19/03 AWAY 109-93 L C. BUTLER - 20 McGRADY - 36
11/24/02 AWAY 77-75 L C. BUTLER - 18 MILLER - 31
10/30/02 HOME 100-86 L ALLEN/BEST - 22 McGRADY - 24
2001-02 Season
04/17/02 AWAY 103-89 W JONES - 22 HUDSON - 22
04/12/02 HOME 99-94 W HOUSE - 28 McGRADY - 34
02/13/02 HOME 112-95 W JONES - 24 McGRADY - 26
01/24/02 AWAY 92-87 L JONES - 28 ARMSTRONG - 18
2000-01 Season
04/18/01 AWAY 103-91 W JONES - 22 MILLER - 20
04/15/01 HOME 90-73 L MASON - 20 McGRADY - 24
01/27/01 AWAY 81-59 W GRANT - 18 McGRADY - 19
11/01/00 HOME 105-79 W HARDAWAY/JONES - 21 McGRADY - 16
1999-00 Season
04/16/00 HOME 95-84 W MOURNING - 18 ARMSTRONG - 16
03/26/00 AWAY 94-69 L MOURNING - 14 GARRITY - 20
01/02/00 HOME 111-103 W LENARD - 22 ABDUL-WAHAD - 22
12/29/99 AWAY 109-106 W MOURNING - 28 ABDUL-WAHAD/GATLING - 21
1998-99 Season
04/22/99 AWAY 75-70 W MOURNING - 18 ANDERSON - 14
03/28/99 AWAY 94-87 L MOURNING - 24 ARMSTRONG - 25
02/28/99 HOME 84-78 W MOURNING - 24 ANDERSON - 25
1997-98 Season
04/15/98 HOME 99-87 L HARDAWAY - 22 ANDERSON - 24
03/15/98 AWAY 79-76 W HARDAWAY - 22 ANDERSON - 30
01/23/98 HOME 102-90 W HARDAWAY - 27 STRONG - 24
11/26/97 AWAY 84-60 W MASHBURN - 19 HARDAWAY - 19
1996-97 Season
04/19/97 AWAY 102-88 W MAJERLE - 18 STRONG - 27
02/26/97 AWAY 98-86 L MASHBURN - 21 SEIKALY/SCOTT - 26
01/19/97 HOME 99-87 L LENARD - 21 HARDAWAY - 19
12/26/96 HOME 96-76 W HARDAWAY - 25 SCOTT - 18
1995-96 Season
02/28/96 AWAY 116-112 L HARDAWAY - 22 O'NEAL - 31
02/17/96 HOME 95-93 L MOURNING - 27 O'NEAL - 31
11/18/95 HOME 93-90 W OWENS - 20 SCOTT - 22
11/11/95 AWAY 94-93 L MOURNING - 28 A. HARDAWAY - 33
1994-95 Season
04/15/95 HOME 123-117 W RICE - 56 O'NEAL - 38
12/27/94 AWAY 103-83 L RICE - 20 O'NEAL - 28
12/09/94 HOME 110-96 L OWENS - 21 O'NEAL - 25
11/21/94 AWAY 124-89 L WILLIS - 20 A. HARDAWAY - 30
1993-94 Season
04/09/94 HOME 125-105 L RICE - 31 ANDERSON - 25
01/28/94 AWAY 106-97 W RICE - 34 ANDERSON/O'NEAL - 21
12/30/93 HOME 108-100 L RICE - 24 O'NEAL - 27
11/12/93 AWAY 115-100 W RICE - 30 ANDERSON - 29
11/05/93 HOME 116-96 L SEIKALY - 21 O'NEAL - 42
1992-93 Season
04/04/93 HOME 124-106 W SMITH - 31 ANDERSON - 27
03/23/93 AWAY 103-89 L RICE - 24 O'NEAL - 28
01/22/93 AWAY 110-104 W RICE - 31 BOWIE - 18
12/26/92 HOME 106-100 W EDWARDS - 22 O'NEAL - 18
11/06/92 AWAY 110-100 L BURTON - 23 ANDERSON - 42
1991-92 Season
04/11/92 HOME 105-101 W RICE - 46 ANDERSON - 34
03/28/92 AWAY 109-100 W RICE - 29 BOWIE - 26
12/23/91 HOME 113-102 W SEIKALY - 27 ANDERSON - 31
11/30/91 AWAY 105-99 L SMITH - 24 SCOTT - 26
1990-91 Season
02/02/91 AWAY 108-98 L RICE - 37 SKILES - 27
01/15/91 HOME 104-102 W DOUGLAS - 24 REYNOLDS - 23
02/19/91 AWAY 116-90 L SEIKALY - 19 ROBERTSON - 21
1989-90 Season
03/28/90 AWAY 109-104 W EDWARDS - 25 GREEN - 23
03/07/90 HOME 122-105 W SEIKALY - 31 THEUS - 31
12/08/89 HOME 122-114 W DOUGLAS - 31 CATLEDGE - 33
11/28/89 AWAY 104-99 L SEIKALY - 19 CATLEDGE - 26


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