2018-19 Season vs Portland

HEAT vs Trail Blazers
HEAT vs Trail Blazers
Feb. 5, 2019
WIN: 118-108
While Hassan Whiteside had a quick start to the contest, he really made his presence felt in the third quarter with 12 points on 5-of-6 shooting. But that wasn’t all to his performance, though, as the big fella fought hard on the offensive glass and hit a few mid-range jumpers throughout the night. Of course, he also did his thing on the defensive end both inside and on the perimeter when doubling C.J. McCollum and Damian Lillard. In all, Whiteside led the HEAT with 28 points on 11-of-12 shooting, 11 rebounds and four steals to go along with a plus-16 rating.

Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Oct. 27, 2018
WIN: 120-111
With the pressure mounting and Portland making a run to steal the game, Goran Dragić answered the call like he’s done countless times in the past. In fact, the Slovenian led Miami with 10 points on 3-of-4 shooting in the fourth, including a clutch pull-up three that essentially put the game on ice. Otherwise in the contest, Dragić kept the Trail Blazers guessing for most of the evening with finishes off the catch and finishes off the bounce. In all, Dragić led the team with 28 points on 10-of-19 shooting, including 4-of-9 from deep, and also had five assists, three boards and a plus-seven rating.

2017-18 Season vs Portland

HEAT vs Trail Blazers
HEAT vs Trail Blazers
March 12, 2018
LOSS: 115-99
There was pretty much no stopping Goran Dragić in the first half on Monday, as the Slovenian attacked in transition often and led all scorers with 17 points on 7-of-11 shooting before halftime. That said, Dragić continued to get the job done in the second half with silky-smooth mid-range jumpers off some great screens from his teammates. The Slovenian led the HEAT with 23 points on 10-of-17 shooting and also had two boards and two assists.

Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Dec. 13, 2017
LOSS: 102-95
While Wayne Ellington has had some great shooting displays in a HEAT uniform, nothing quite matches his performance in the first half on Wednesday. The 30-year-old led all scorers with 21 points before halftime and hit his first seven shots, six of which came from downtown. A little later, the swingman drilled a big trey to put Miami up 91-89 with 5:56 left. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough. In addition to his season-high 24 points on 8-of-11 shooting, including 7-of-10 from deep, Ellington also had four rebounds and two steals.

2016-17 Season vs Portland

Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Mar. 19, 2017
LOSS: 115-104
As usual, James Johnson and Tyler Johnson showed great chemistry with one another and provided a spark off the bench for Miami. Early on, Johnson & Johnson’s sharp play in the second quarter drew some attention and opened things up for their teammates on the weak side. While that was great, the duo was even more impactful in the second half, especially J. Johnson. The bullish forward tallied 19 points and five rebounds after halftime and put a lot of pressure on Portland thanks to his playmaking ability. Of course, the 30-year-old was also stout on the defensive end and locked down Al-Farouq Aminu throughout the evening. In addition to his 24 points on 9-of-13 shooting, J. Johnson also had seven rebounds, five assists, two steals and two blocks.

HEAT vs Trail Blazers
HEAT vs Trail Blazers
Dec. 3, 2016
LOSS: 99-92
After not scoring as much as he’s used to against Utah, Hassan Whiteside flipped the script against Portland. In fact, the 7-footer hit his first seven shots thanks to a few jumpers and his usual hook-shots inside. On the flip side of the ball, he protected the rim very well and altered a number of shots. That wasn’t all to Whiteside’s performance, though. Not by a long shot. Since Miami didn’t have that many players available once James Johnson got ejected at the end of the third quarter after picking up his second technical foul, Whiteside played nearly the entire second half. Despite getting just a few short rests after halftime, the 27-year-old still tallied eight points, seven boards (two offensive) and a block in the fourth. In short, it was a valiant effort from Whiteside. In addition to his 28 points on 12-of-16 shooting and 16 rebounds, the former Marshall standout also blocked five shots on the evening.

2015-16 Season vs Portland

HEAT vs Trail Blazers
HEAT vs Trail Blazers
Apr. 2, 2016
LOSS: 110-93
Hassan Whiteside was the first reserve off the bench for Miami on Saturday night and he made sure not to waste anytime to get going. In his 5:46 to close out the first quarter, the 26-year-old tallied six points, two boards and a steal. While that quick start was great, Whiteside carried over his strong play into the second quarter. In fact, the center swatted four shots in the period. In the second half, the former Marshall standout continued to crash the glass and convert slams inside. He also set great screens for Goran Dragic and Josh Richardson throughout the contest. In addition to his 20 points, Whiteside also had 13 rebounds and four blocks.

Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Dec. 20, 2015
WIN: 116-109
From the jump, Chris Bosh was locked in from the perimeter. On a few of his looks early on, either Goran Dragic or Beno Udrih set him up quite well. While Bosh mainly scored from outside, he started to attack off the dribble early on in the fourth quarter. Bosh scored 11 of his 29 points in the fourth on 5-of-8 shooting. In addition to those 29 points, he also had six boards and four assists on the afternoon. While the Trail Blazers don’t take very many shots in the paint, Hassan Whiteside made sure to make them think twice just in case. There were also a few instances in the fourth quarter where he simply out-hustled Mason Plumlee and Meyers Leonard for an offensive board and ended up getting the put-back finish. Those kinds of plays are truly game changers, especially when they come in crunch time. Otherwise, Whiteside got some great looks at the rim thanks to Dwyane Wade. In all, Whiteside had 22 points, 11 boards and five blocks on Sunday.

2014-15 Season vs. Portland

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Mar. 18, 2015
WIN: 104-108
Dwyane Wade went off in the fourth against the Trail Blazers, where he scored 15 of his 32 points. As he has throughout the whole month of March, Wade willed the HEAT to victory when it mattered most. Wade finished the game with 32 points, six assists and four rebounds. It was his seventh-straight game of 25 points or more. Once more, Goran Dragić had a fantastic outing on Wednesday night. He mixed it up with some tough finishes inside and shots from the perimeter. Dragić also showed his blazing speed in transition as usual. On one play in particular, Dragić hit an amazing step-back 3-pointer over Chris Kaman to cut Portland’s lead to two right before the end of the third quarter. In addition to his scoring, Dragić also dished out plenty of great passes like he did Monday night against the Cavaliers. Dragić recorded a double-double against Portland with 20 points and 11 assists. Offensively, the HEAT started to get going from downtown in the second half. Miami connected on all five of its three-point attempts in the third quarter and showed balance. A lot of that had to do with some solid ball movement, as the team tallied ten assists alone in the third. Luol Deng was automatic from three-point land against Portland, as he hit all four of his treys and scored 24 points on the night.

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Jan. 8, 2015
LOSS: 83-99
Dwyane Wade was in attack mode from the onset against the Trail Blazers. Wade drove inside and had a quick start to the game, as he scored nine points in the opening quarter. From there, Wade attacked from the post for a majority of the night, but he also hit a few jumpers. In all, Wade scored 23 points and grabbed seven boards. Chris Bosh also made a contribution scoring 18 points, five rebounds, and five assists. Once more, a bright spot for the HEAT on Thursday night was Hassan Whiteside. Whiteside made an immediate impact when he checked in early in the second quarter. He scored six straight points for Miami in the quarter and also affected plenty of shots at the rim. In all, Whiteside had 10 points, eight boards and four blocks.

2013-14 Season vs. Portland

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Mar. 24, 2014
WIN: 91-93
The Miami HEAT defeated the Portland Trail Blazers 93-91 Monday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. LeBron James led the way for the HEAT with 32 points, six rebounds and five assists. The HEAT had their best defensive outing in quite some time on Monday night as they forced Portland to shoot just 37.8 percent from the field. Miami came out very focused and seemed to be on a mission, as it fought for every loose ball which really made a difference down the stretch. Chris Bosh hit a few timely 3-pointers, shot 50 percent from the field and scored 15 points. Miami’s big men duo of Greg Oden and Chris Andersen played very well against the Trail Blazers even if they were without LaMarcus Aldridge. Andersen recorded a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds. As usual, his energy and activity on the glass were instrumental for the HEAT.

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Dec. 28, 2013
WIN: 108-107
Miami had won 19 straight games against Western Conference opponents until losing at Sacramento in overtime Friday night. Portland had won 11 straight against Eastern Conference foes until falling to the HEAT on Saturday night. Chris Bosh scored a season-high 37 points, including the game-winning 3-pointer with 0.5 of a second remaining, to give the Miami HEAT -- playing without an injured LeBron James -- a victory over the Portland Trail Blazers. Bosh sank 15 of 26 shots from the field, including 3-for-3 from 3-point range, for the HEAT, who called time out after Nicolas Batum had given Portland a 107-105 lead on a pair of free throws with 7.7 seconds left. Dwyane Wade drove to the hoop and kicked the ball back to Bosh, who buried a high-arcing trey with a pair of Blazers converging on him.

2012-13 Season vs. Portland

Trail Blazers vs HEAT
Feb 12, 2013
WIN: 104-117
LeBron James continued his impressive stretch, finishing with 30 points, nine assists and six rebounds. James became the first player in league history to score 30 points while shooting 60 percent in six consecutive games, surpassing Adrian Dantley and Moses Malone. The HEAT trailed by 14 in the first half before going on a 38-10 run during the course of the second and third quarters. Chris Bosh led the HEAT with 32 points and 11 rebounds while Dwyane Wade finished with 24 points, nine rebounds and seven assists.

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Jan. 10, 2013
LOSS: 90-92
LeBron James had 15 points, snapping his 54-game streak with at least 20 points that dated back to last season. It was his lowest point total in the last 76 regular-season and playoff contests. But James did have 10 rebounds and nine assists against Portland. Chris Bosh scored 29 points and Dwyane Wade had 18 points.

2011-12 Season vs. Portland

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
March. 01, 2012
WIN: 107-93
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade combined for 71 points as Miami rolled to a 107-93 victory over Portland Thursday night at the Rose Garden.

2010-11 Season vs. Portland

Trail Blazers @ HEAT
March. 08, 2011
LOSS: 105-96
LeBron James posted 31 points, 11 rebounds, and eight assists but the HEAT lost to the Trail Blazers 105-96 at home on Tuesday night. Dwyane Wade added a game-high 38 points, six rebounds and five assists while Mario Chalmers scored 10 points.

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Jan. 09, 2011
WIN: 107-100
LeBron James (44 points, 13 rebounds, six assists) and Dwyane Wade (34 points, eight rebounds) led the HEAT to a 107-100 overtime victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on the road Sunday night. Chris Bosh added 18 points and eight rebounds.

2009-10 Season vs. Portland

Trailblazers @ HEAT
December 20, 2009
LOSS: 102-95
Michael Beasley (17 points) and Quentin Richardson (22 points) combined for 39 points in the HEAT's tough 102-95 loss at home to the Trail Blazers on Sunday evening. Dwyane Wade notched another double-double with 28 points and dished out 10 assists. Miami will stay at home to face the Jazz on Wednesday. Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m. on Sun Sports.

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
December 1, 2009
WIN: 107-100
Michael Beasley scored 27 points, and Dwayne Wade added 22 points with a season-high 12 assists as the HEAT never trailed in a 107-100 victory Tuesday night in Portland. Quentin Richardson had 20 points for Miami, which improved to 4-2 on the road and has won three of five overall. The HEAT's next game is Thursday in Denver.

2008-09 Season vs. Portland

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
November 26, 2008
LOSS: 106-68
It wasn't a happy homecoming for coach Erik Spoelstra on Wednesday as the HEAT opened a five-game road trip with a 106-68 loss at Portland. Michael Beasley scored 14 points.

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
November 12, 2008
LOSS: 104-96
The HEAT withstood the return of Greg Oden and got 36 points from Dwyane Wade but came up short in Wednesday's 104-96 loss to Portland that denied Miami a 4-0 start at home.

2007-08 Season vs. Portland

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
Jan 18, 2008
LOSS: 98-91
Shaquille O'Neal had another strong game Friday night, with 20 points, 11 rebounds and two blocked shots, but the HEAT dropped a 98-91 decision against the Trail Blazers. Dwyane Wade added a game-high 37 points, but a low-scoring final quarter at AmericanAirlines Arena sealed Miami's loss.

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Dec. 06, 2007
LOSS: 112-106
The HEAT played the first of back-to-back road games on their road swing on Thursday, but lost to the Trail Blazers, 112-106. Miami charged back in the fourth quarter behind a career-high 20 points by rookie Daequan Cook.

2006-07 Season vs. Portland

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
Feb. 13, 2007
WIN: 104-85
Miami outscored Portland by 16 in the fourth period of a 104-85 home victory Tuesday. Dwyane Wade shot a scorching 14-of-23 from the field to total 35 points and three blocks. The win put Miami at .500 going into the All-Star break and was its seventh victory in eight games. Udonis Haslem added 12 points, while James Posey chipped in 11 and eight boards.

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Jan. 7, 2007
WIN: 93-90
Dwyane Wade sank two clutch free throw with eight seconds on the clock to propel Miami over Portland in Sunday's 93-90 road win. Wade scored 33 points in his first game back after being out with a sprained wrist. Jason Kapono chipped in with 19 points, while Udonis Haslem had 12 and 10 rebounds.

2005-06 Season vs. Portland

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Jan. 8 2006
WIN: 118-89
Dwyane Wade and Jason Williams led the way with 16 apiece in the first half as the HEAT cruised to Sunday's 118-89 win in Portland. Wade finished with a game-high 31 points and added seven assists, six steals and five rebounds. Williams tallied 20 points, while Antoine Walker scored 16. Shaquille O'Neal and James Posey posted 12 points apiece.

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
Nov. 23, 2005
WIN: 100-79
The HEAT led by seven at halftime and kept rolling the rest of the way en route to a 100-79 win Wednesday over the visiting Blazers. Dwyane Wade recorded a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds, while Jason Williams returned from a bruised knee that cost him two games to score 16. Antoine Walker and James Posey scored 12 each.

2004-05 Season vs. Portland

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
Dec. 7, 2005
WIN: 103-92
The Miami HEAT overcame a season-high 27 points by Ruben Patterson and a late Trail Blazers' surge as they defeated the Portland Trail Blazers, 103-92, to extend its road winning streak to eight. The HEAT held a 22-point lead with 2:14 left in the first half before Blazers' rookie Sebastian Telfair led the late-quarter charge, recording four points, two steals, and three assists during the Blazers' 12-0 run. Eddie Jones' 3-pointer with .2 seconds left gave the HEAT a 58-45 halftime advantage. With Shaquille O'Neal on the bench with foul trouble much of the second half, Dwyane Wade took over, scoring 21 second-half points. Miami held a 13-point edge at the 7:47 mark of the fourth period before Portland made one last run to get within six points, 92-86, with 5:38 left. O'Neal responded by scoring seven of his game-high 28 points in the last five minutes to preserve the HEAT victory.

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
Nov. 23, 2004
LOSS: 99-87
The HEAT snapped a three-game win streak with a 99-87 loss to the visiting Trail Blazers. Miami jumped out to an early lead, going ahead by as many as 12 points in the first quarter, before taking a five point lead into the second. Portland tied things up in the second period and took a one point lead into the half. The Trail Blazers gained momentum in the third, using a 12-5 run midway through the period to gain an eight point lead going into the fourth quarter. Portland began the quarter with a 7-2 run to take a 13 point lead. The HEAT could get no closer than seven points and Portland finished the game with a 6-1 run to win the game by 12 points. Four HEAT players scored in double-figures, including a double-double by Shaquille O'Neal who finished with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Portland also had four players reach double-figures, including Zach Randolph, who led all scorers with 24 points.

2003-04 Season vs. Portland

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
Feb. 23, 2004
LOSS: 89-81
Miami held a five point lead after three quarters, but struggled down the stretch in an 89-81 loss to Portland on Monday. Lamar Odom posted 25 points and Dwyane Wade added 12. The HEAT will try to rebound Saturday in New Jersey. The loss denied the HEAT, who hold the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, a season-high fifth straight victory.

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
Nov. 19th, 2003
LOSS: 94-93
Portland reserve forward Qyntel Woods nailed two free throws with 0.4 seconds left to play to secure a 94-93 win over the Miami HEAT at the Rose Garden Arena. The HEAT led 87-74 with 3:23 to go in the fourth quarter but scored only six more points the rest of the way as Portland closed the game on a 20-6 run for their fifth consecutive win at home. Miami was led in scoring by Eddie Jones (26 points), Dwyane Wade (24 points) and Lamar Odom (13 points). As a team, the HEAT shot 44.7 percent from the field, connecting on 38-of-85 shot attempts. The HEAT committed 15 turnovers, five in the final two minutes. Miami trailed 25-18 after the first quarter and led 49-48 into halftime. The HEAT outscored Portland 26-13 in the third period to extend its lead to 75-61 into the final quarter. Portland had six players reach double-figure scoring including 21 points from Rasheed Wallace. Woods finished with 11 points off the bench. Prior to the game, the HEAT activated forward Samaki Walker and placed forward Jerome Beasley on the injured list with a lower back strain.

2002-03 Season vs. Portland

HEAT vs. Trailblazers
Feb. 5th, 2003
The Blazers had plenty to smile about as they completed a 3-0 road trip and won for the 22nd time in 27 games since an 11-11 start. Portland enters the All-Star break just one-half game behind first-place Sacramento in the Pacific Division. "The break is unfortunate for us right now," Blazers coach Maurice Cheeks said. "We're really playing well. We do need to get some small injuries out. We'll relax." Portland continued its winning ways by taking control in the fourth quarter, using a 15-4 spurt to open an 88-80 lead with less than seven minutes remaining. Eddie Jones scored 20 points for Miami, which has dropped five of its last seven to fall a season-high 15 games below the .500 mark at 17-32. A 3-pointer by Eddie House, who scored a season-high 18 points, and a basket by Jones to start the fourth quarter gave the HEAT a 76-71 lead. Pippen triggered a 15-4 spurt, scoring the first seven points to give the Blazers the lead for good. He carried Portland with nine points in the period. Derek Anderson gave Pippen some help in the final period when he scored seven of his 16 points. He capped the decisive burst with two foul shots for an 88-80 lead with 6:25 to go. Former Blazer Brian Grant made a layup with 4:18 remaining for the Heat's last field goal and rookie Caron Butler sank two foul shots with 3:48 left, pulling Miami within 92-87. After Grant's basket, the HEAT missed their final five shots and committed four of their 11 turnovers.

HEAT @ Trail Blazers
Dec. 6th, 2002
The Portland Trailblazers scored 22 of the game's first 24 points, jumping out to a 22-2 lead seven minutes into the first quarter and never looked back, cruising past the HEAT 88-69 at the Rose Garden. Miami finished the first half with a franchise low 22 points, 11 in both the first and second quarter. The 22 points in a half, was also the fourth lowest scoring output in NBA history. The HEAT trailed by 26 points by halftime and by as many as 28 points through three quarters. Miami's starting backcourt of Eddie Jones (0-of-5 FG) and Travis Best (1-of-5 FG) combined to score three points. Best scored on a 12-foot jump shot in the third quarter and Jones netted one free-throw (1-of-2 FT). Eddie House led the HEAT with 15 points off the bench, followed by Malik Allen's 14 points. Allen was the only HEAT starter to score over six points. Caron Butler scored six points and Brian Grant scored four points. Grant did manage to record his 13 double-figure rebounding game with a game-high 11 boards. Vladimir Stepania scored 10 points off the bench, connecting on 4-of-9 from the field with eight rebounds. Mike James set another career, season and game-high with nine assists. Portland shot just 40 percent from the field (32-of-80) and made just 22-of-33 free-throw attempts, but scored 29 points off of 21 Miami turnovers.


2002-2003 Season
02/05/03 HOME 101-87 L JONES - 20 PIPPEN - 26
12/06/02 AWAY 88-69 L HOUSE - 15 WELLS - 17
2001-2002 Season
01/17/02 AWAY 92-90 W JONES - 25 ANDERSON - 19
01/10/02 HOME 92-85 L JONES - 25 WALLACE/WELLS - 23
2000-2001 Season
01/18/01 AWAY 85-74 L JONES - 20 WELLS - 22
11/18/00 HOME 86-80 W GRANT - 24 WALLACE - 20
1999-2000 Season
12/07/99 AWAY 81-78 W MOURNING - 17 ANTHONY - 19
11/16/99 HOME 101-96 L MOURNING - 23 WALLACE - 22
1998-99 Season
1997-98 Season
03/22/98 HOME 112-80 W STRICKLAND - 23 RIDER - 23
01/13/98 AWAY 76-68 W MASHBURN - 18 WALLACE - 17
1996-97 Season
02/21/97 HOME 114-110 L LENARD - 29 WALLACE - 25
01/08/97 AWAY 85-81 W HARDAWAY - 28 RIDER/SABONIS - 17
1995-96 Season
03/01/96 HOME 102-88 L MOURNING - 21 R. ROBINSON - 20
01/10/96 AWAY 90-89 L MOURNING - 33 C. ROBINSON - 20
1994-95 Season
03/14/95 AWAY 121-114 L RICE - 25 MCKIE - 24
03/09/95 HOME 99-90 L OWENS/RICE - 16 THORPE - 22
1993-94 Season
01/14/94 AWAY 115-110 L RICE - 29 C. ROBINSON - 31
11/30/93 HOME 123-109 L SEIKALY - 19 DREXLER - 33
1992-93 Season
02/24/93 HOME 102-91 W RICE/SEIKALY - 24 DREXLER - 20
01/14/93 HOME 104-93 L MINER - 20 PORTER - 32
1991-92 Season
12/29/91 AWAY 129-96 L EDWARDS - 20 DREXLER - 22
12/03/91 HOME 124-94 L LONG/RICE - 17 PORTER - 21
1990-91 Season
01/05/91 AWAY 132-108 L BURTON - 20 ROBINSON - 20
12/04/90 HOME 98-95 L SEIKALY - 24 PORTER - 26
1989-90 Season
01/02/90 AWAY 119-95 L RICE - 16 DREXLER - 25
12/05/89 HOME 113-107 L DOUGLAS - 19 DREXLER/PORTER - 26
1988-89 Season
04/14/89 AWAY 97-86 L EDWARDS - 16 DREXLER - 20
02/26/89 AWAY 124-102 L THOMPSON - 25 DREXLER - 26
01/03/89 AWAY 119-95 L LONG - 19 DREXLER - 21
12/02/88 HOME 105-102 L SPARROW - 24 DREXLER - 36


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