2018-19 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs Spurs
HEAT vs Spurs
March 20, 2019
WIN: 110-105
While Dwyane Wade didn’t have his best game, he came through when it mattered most. After drilling a crazy three at the third quarter buzzer, he carried over his momentum into the fourth with a a tough left-handed bank shot and a steal on DeMar DeRozan from behind shortly thereafter. In addition to that steal, Wade also had 11 points and two boards on the evening.

Spurs vs HEAT
Spurs vs HEAT
Nov. 7, 2018
WIN: 95-88
Soo...Hassan Whiteside had some kind of first half. Seriously, it was ridiculous. The big fella simply dominated the Spurs to the tune of 18 points on 9-of-13 shooting, 14 boards, eight blocks (yes, eight) and two assists…all before halftime. That’s sheer domination. When it was all said and done, the 7-footer finished with a season-high 29 points, 20 boards and nine blocks to go along with his aforementioned two assists.

HEAT vs Spurs
HEAT vs Spurs
Sep. 30, 2018
LOSS: 104-100
Although Hassan Whiteside had a quick start to the contest and came through with a fantastic euro-step finish in the first quarter, he really feasted in the third quarter with nine straight points for Miami in the period. Of course, Whiteside also did his thing on the defensive end and fared quite well in the pick-and-roll. When it was all said and done, the 7-footer led the HEAT with 20 points on 8-of-10 shooting, 13 rebounds, two steals and two blocks.

2017-18 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs Spurs
HEAT vs Spurs
Dec. 6, 2017
LOSS: 117-105
While Tyler Johnson played great in the first half, he absolutely went off in the third quarter with 10 points on a perfect 3-of-3 shooting from downtown. He carried over that hot shooting into the fourth and nailed a huge three to cut the deficit to six with 3:03 remaining. As a whole, the 25-year-old did a great job of getting to his spots off the ball and was very assertive in his approach. As a result, he hit a career-high five threes for his season-high 25 points on 9-of-12 shooting. He also had three boards and two assists on the night.

Spurs vs HEAT
Spurs vs HEAT
Oct. 25, 2017
LOSS: 117-100
Goran Dragić always seems ready to rock in big-time games. That rang true once again, as the Slovenian had a quick start to the contest and never looked back. After a 10-point opening period in which he primarily operated from mid-range, Dragić started to get to the rim a little more in the second half. When it was all said and done, Dragić tallied 20 points on 9-of-16 shooting and four rebounds.

2016-17 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs Spurs
HEAT vs Spurs
Nov. 14, 2016
LOSS: 94-90
With Miami mounting a comeback in the fourth quarter, Dion Waiters really shined down the stretch. In fact, the 24-year-old scored 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting in the final period thanks to some transition layups and tough pull-up jumpers. Earlier in the contest, the former Syracuse star contorted his body and converted a bunch of nifty reverse layups. That said, Waiters really came to play on the defensive end as well. He played very stout defense and rose to the occasion when matched-up with Kawhi Leonard at certain points in the game. Waiters finished with 27 points, three assists, three blocks, two steals and two rebounds.

Spurs vs HEAT
Spurs vs HEAT
Oct. 30, 2016
LOSS: 106-99
Hassan Whiteside had the whole repertoire on display, as he attacked San Antonio with hook-shots, dunks and even a few jumpers for good measure. In addition to matching his career-high with 27 points on 10-of-15 shooting, Whiteside also led the team with 15 rebounds and four blocks. Goran Dragić, meanwhile, went to work in the fourth quarter like he has throughout this young season. In all, the 30-year-old tallied 25 points, three rebounds and a team-high five assists.

HEAT vs Spurs
HEAT vs Spurs
Oct. 14, 2016
WIN: 108-100
Quite simply, Tyler Johnson was on fire against the Spurs. In fact, the 24-year-old hit his first five field goals, three of which came from beyond the arc. Johnson led the way for the HEAT with 17 points on 6-of-8 shooting, including a perfect 4-of-4 from deep. Justise Winslow, meanwhile, started the game quite aggressively and never looked back. He scored 15 points on 6-of-12 shooting, grabbed five rebounds and dished out two assists. Through three quarters, the HEAT held the Spurs to just 39 percent shooting. Miami’s ball movement was also on-point, as the team totaled 24 assists and connected on 11 treys.

2015-16 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs Spurs
HEAT vs Spurs
March 23, 2016
LOSS: 112-88
For the second consecutive night, Dwyane Wade had a solid outing on the road. The vet nailed a number of tough, turnaround jumpers over Danny Green and also had a few finishes around the rim. It was quite encouraging to see him look fresh despite it being the tail end of a back-to-back. In all, Wade had 16 points, five rebounds and three assists on 8-of-13 shooting. Additionally, both Justise Winslow and Josh Richardson continued to plug away against the Spurs despite the deficit. The former Blue Devil finished with 10 points and two rebounds, while the former Volunteer shot 7-of-13 for his team-high 17 points to go along with four assists and two boards.

Spurs vs HEAT
Spurs vs HEAT
Feb. 9, 2016
LOSS: 119-101
The great chemistry that Dwyane Wade and Hassan Whiteside have developed over the past year or so was on full display once more. Wade hit a number of jumpers through the first two quarters thanks to hard screens by Whiteside that forced a switch. On the flip side, Wade returned the favor with a few passes inside to the big man. Whiteside had a number of nice finishes throughout, including a spinning hook shot in the third quarter. He finished with 14 points and six boards on 6-of-9 shooting. Wade, meanwhile, really got into a rhythm thanks to Whiteside’s presence earlier. The vet carried that over into the second half, where he continued to convert from the perimeter. Despite being defended by Kawhi Leonard, Wade stayed on the attack and was sharp on the offensive end all night. Even with the HEAT down double-digits late in the game, he continued to plug away and led by example. Wade shot a very efficient 9-of-12 for his 20 points and also dished out five assists.

Spurs vs HEAT
Spurs vs HEAT
Oct. 12, 2015
WIN: 97-94
Like they did against the Magic in the game prior, the HEAT once again made a comeback in the fourth quarter. This time around though, it resulted in a hard-nosed victory. Behind Josh Richardson and Keith Benson, Miami went on a 15-3 run to take a 92-87 lead with a little over two minutes to go in the game. The HEAT amped up their defensive pressure and forced the Spurs to shoot just 3-of-18 for a measly 10 points in the final quarter. Richardson turned on the jets a few times in transition and did the majority of his damage from the charity stripe. Benson, meanwhile, came up big on the glass and had a huge put-back slam off a Justise Winslow missed layup. Richardson had seven points, three rebounds and three steals, while Benson tallied two points and six boards (four offensive) in just 5:43 of action. Tyler Johnson also made his presence felt in the fourth quarter with some clutch buckets and finished the game with 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting. Hassan Whiteside (right calf strain), Amar’e Stoudemire (rest), Josh McRoberts (rest) and Mario Chalmers (rest) sat out.

2014-15 Season vs San Antonio

Spurs vs HEAT
Spurs vs HEAT
Mar. 31, 2015
LOSS: 95-81
The Miami HEAT fell to the San Antonio Spurs 95-81 Tuesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. Despite the loss, Goran Dragić had a pretty good game. Dragić converted tough finishes at the rim against the Spurs and pushed the tempo in the second and third quarters to help Miami get some easy buckets. With Dwyane Wade struggling a bit, Dragić took command of the offense in the second half and tried to get the HEAT going. Dragić finished the game with 19 points and three assists. While James Ennis didn’t shoot as well as he did against Detroit, he made some nice hustle plays. Ennis had seven points, four boards and a steal on the night. It was tough sledding for the HEAT against one of the best teams in the league. Still, Miami kept it close and hung in the game for a majority of the contest. Dragić and Hassan Whiteside did some damage in the third quarter as the HEAT were trying to draw a little closer. However, the Spurs seemed to answer back anytime Miami got something going. Whiteside made his return to the lineup and fought very hard on the glass, protecting the rim despite having a pad with lots of tape wrapped around his right hand. He had 10 points, six rebounds, two steals and two blocks against San Antonio. Luol Deng (knee), Udonis Haslem (flu) and Shabazz Napier (hip) sat out.

Spurs vs HEAT
HEAT @ Spurs
Feb. 6, 2015
LOSS: 85-98
Early in the game, Johnson got out in transition and had some nice finishes at the rim. As the night wore on, he started to hit some mid-range jumpers. While it won’t show on the box score, Johnson also fought hard for loose balls on the offensive glass. Not to mention, he played pretty well on the defensive end and showed great awareness. Johnson finished with 18 points, two rebounds and two steals. With the HEAT under-manned, both Luol Deng and Chris Bosh came through on the offensive end. As usual, Deng had some tough finishes inside and put pressure on the San Antonio defense. Bosh, meanwhile, had the touch from mid-range pretty much all night. He also did a good job on the glass against Tim Duncan. Deng finished the game with 17 points and six rebounds, while Bosh had 14 points and seven boards on the night. Despite the loss, the HEAT competed well even though they were short-handed. Early on, Miami was quite active on defense and came away with five steals in the first half. As a result of their solid defensive disposition, the HEAT responded well to nearly all of San Antonio’s runs throughout the game. Hassan Whiteside (ankle) and Shawne Williams (hip) sat out against the Spurs.

Spurs vs HEAT
HEAT @ Spurs
Oct. 18, 2014
WIN: 111-108
Shabazz Napier led the way for the HEAT shooting 6-of-13 with 25 points, four assists and swiped two steals. Andre Dawkins also had his best game of the preseason. Dawkins caught fire from long range, as he sank three 3-pointers and scored 16 points in all. Khem Birch was huge on the glass for Miami, as he nabbed 13 boards on the night. Miami did a good job of rotating on defense and closing out on San Antonio's shooters for a majority of the contest. They forced the Spurs into 14 first-half turnovers thanks to aggressive, on-ball defense. Mario Chalmers led the charge in that department, as he had three steals on the night. He also tallied 11 points on 4-of-6 shooting, four rebounds and two assists. Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Luol Deng and Chris Andersen sat out due to rest.

2013-14 Finals vs San Antonio

Spurs vs HEAT
HEAT @ Spurs
June 15, 2014
LOSS: 87-104
LeBron James put it all on the line in a do-or-die Game 5 and came out with a laser-sharp focus. James made huge plays on both ends and helped lead Miami to a quick 22-6 start. He connected from nearly everywhere on the floor and finished with 31 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. The HEAT played solid defense on two of San Antonio’s biggest weapons. Tony Parker and Danny Green combined to shoot just 7-of-23 from the field for 16 points. However, Kawhi Leonard stepped up and continued to have a superb series.

Spurs vs HEAT
Spurs vs HEAT
June 12, 2014
LOSS: 107-86
The HEAT started out Game 4 with a lot of energy, but also had a number of opportunities. As usual, the Spurs moved the ball very well throughout the game and found the open man. San Antonio’s offense was very methodical and fluid even as the HEAT were rotating quickly and contesting shots. LeBron James led the charge for Miami and gave it all he had in a 19-point third quarter. He mainly attacked the rim for a majority of the quarter, but started to hit some in-rhythm 3-pointers as it progressed. In all, James shot 10-of-17 for 28 points and also grabbed eight boards.

Spurs vs HEAT
HEAT @ Spurs
June 10, 2014
LOSS: 111-92
San Antonio came out absolutely on fire in Game 3 and simply couldn’t miss, shooting 75.8 percent in the first half and 70 percent from three. The HEAT contested shots well as the first half progressed, but it was just the Spurs’ night. The HEAT made a valiant comeback in the third quarter and went on a 10-0 run to cut the Spurs’ lead to 81-74 thanks to Dwyane Wade’s fantastic play. Wade scored 11 of his 22 points in the third and was getting free with cuts off the ball. Rashard Lewis also came up big in Miami’s comeback bid and shot 4-of-5 from downtown. As usual, LeBron James took it to the rack often in the first quarter before hitting two huge threes to keep the pressure on the Spurs. In all, he shot 9-of-14 for 22 points, dished out seven assists and grabbed five rebounds.

Spurs vs HEAT
HEAT @ Spurs
June 8, 2014
WIN: 98-96
LeBron James and Chris Bosh made sure the HEAT wouldn’t head back to Miami down 2-0 in the NBA Finals. James caught fire in the third quarter and his teammates carried over that momentum into the final period. James hit a barrage of mid-range jumpers and threes as he shot 6-of-7 in the third for 14 of his 35 points. He also had 10 rebounds and three assists, none bigger than the one he dished to Bosh near the end of regulation. James drove into the lane and drew two defenders after Mario Chalmers freed him up with a screen. He then kicked it out to Bosh who nailed a 3-pointer from the right corner to put Miami up 95-93 with 1:18 remaining in the game. As usual, James made the right basketball play and showed his unselfishness. After that shot, Bosh wasn’t quite finished. Bosh drove in the lane and made an excellent bounce pass to Dwyane Wade which he finished to put Miami up 98-93 with just nine seconds left. It was all part of an 8-3 run down the stretch that led to an impressive road victory for the HEAT.

Spurs vs HEAT
HEAT @ Spurs
June 5, 2014
LOSS: 95-110
The Spurs took the series opener from the HEAT in what will likely be remembered as “The A/C game.” LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh each had solid outings, but San Antonio went on a 15-4 run in the fourth quarter to take the lead just before James had to go to the bench with leg cramps. The air conditioning at AT&T Center malfunctioned early on, but that didn’t hinder James’ production as he shot 9-of-17 for 25 points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out three assists before missing the final four minutes of regulation. Wade got to the rim consistently and finished with 19 points. Chris Bosh was very aggressive and finished with 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting and nine boards. He not only shot 3-of-4 from downtown, but he also took it inside whenever there was a mismatch.

2013-14 Season vs San Antonio

Spurs vs HEAT
HEAT @ Spurs
Mar. 6, 2014
LOSS: 87-111
Chris Bosh went 10-for-16 and scored 24 points with 11 rebounds for Miami. The HEAT dropped two games in Texas, including a 3-point loss at Houston on Tuesday. The 24-point loss Thursday is Miami's biggest margin of the season. LeBron James scored 19 points with eight rebounds ans seven assists. Dwyane Wade contributed 16 points, three rebounds and seven assists.

Spurs vs HEAT
Spurs vs HEAT
Jan. 26, 2014
WIN: 101-113
Miami HEAT guard Dwyane Wade came off the bench for the first time in 483 games. In a rematch of last year's NBA Finals, the Miami HEAT defeated the San Antonio Spurs 113-101 Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena. The HEAT were led by center Chris Bosh, who finished with a team-high 24 points on 9-for-10 shooting. Forward LeBron James had 18 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Guard Dwyane Wade returned after missing the previous four games because of knee soreness. Wade had eight points on 3-for-8 shooting. His replacement in the starting lineup, Ray Allen, scored 10 points The HEAT also got a big game from guard Mario Chalmers, who had 16 points and seven assists. Miami led by many as 29 in the second half. Offense was the story, with the HEAT shooting 58 percent from the field.

Spurs vs HEAT
Oct. 19, 2013
WIN: 96-121
It was an NBA Finals rematch in name only, though once again, it was the Miami HEAT coming out on top. Dwyane Wade scored 25 points in 26 minutes, James Jones added 18 and the HEAT beat the San Antonio Spurs 121-96 in a preseason game Saturday night. Wade made 10 of 14 shots, plus added seven assists and four rebounds for the HEAT, who were without reigning league MVP James and Ray Allen for the matchup of last season's NBA finalists. Chris Bosh finished with 17 points on 8-for-10 shooting for Miami. Bosh is shooting 61 percent in the preseason, averaging 17 points in six games. Michael Beasley scored 12 and Norris Cole added 10 for Miami, which led by as many as 32 and never trailed.

2012-13 NBA Finals vs San Antonio

Spurs vs HEAT
Jun. 20, 2013
WIN: 88-95
2013 NBA Champions
LeBron James had 37 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Miami HEAT to a 95-88 victory against the San Antonio Spurs Thursday in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, capturing their second straight championship. James shot 12-for-23 from the field and also had 12 rebounds and four assists. Dwyane Wade added 23 points and 10 rebounds. James and Wade were too much for San Antonio down the stretch. They scored 10 of the HEAT's final 13 points. Their production was sprinkled in with a little Shane Battier, too, who scored 18 points on six 3-pointers. After James hit a jumper with 27 seconds left, he sealed it by stealing the Spurs' inbound pass on the next possession.

Spurs vs HEAT
Jun. 18, 2013
WIN: 100-103
Ray Allen hit a 3-pointer to force overtime and then two free throws to help ice the Miami HEAT's 103-100 comeback victory in overtime against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals Tuesday at AmericanAirlines Arena. The series is even at 3-all, with Game 7 coming Thursday at AmericanAirlines Arena. The HEAT trailed by 13 points late in the third quarter and were down 75-65 entering the fourth quarter. LeBron James scored 18 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter and overtime to pace the HEAT. James also had 11 assists and 10 rebounds for a triple-double. Mario Chalmers added 20 points while Dwyane Wade had 14. The Spurs led by five with 28 seconds left in regulation before the HEAT went on a 6-1 run, capped by Allen's 3-pointer from the corner to force overtime. James gave the HEAT the lead for good on a jump shot with 1:43 left. Miami sealed the win after Manu Ginobili committed a turnover, allowing Allen to ice with two free throws. Danny Green had a chance to force a second overtime but had his shot blocked by Chris Bosh in the closing seconds.

HEAT @ Spurs
Jun. 16, 2013
LOSS: 104-114
An intriguing move by Spurs coach Gregg Popovich to put the previously struggling Manu Ginobili into the Game 5 starting lineup paid off for the San Antonio Spurs, as he scored 24 points and had 10 assists to lead them to a victory over the Miami HEAT in the NBA Finals. The HEAT failed to win consecutive games yet again, despite 25 points from both LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. Chris Bosh added 16 points and Ray Allen came off the bench for 7-for-10 shooting and 21 points. But the HEAT could not overcome 60-percent shooting by the Spurs.

HEAT @ Spurs
Jun. 13, 2013
WIN: 109-93
LeBron James reasserted his MVP credentials, and his Big Three cohorts showed up mightily and helped the Miami HEAT place the NBA Finals into another gridlock with a 109-93 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in Thursday's Game 4 at AT&T Center. James scored 33 points, and Dwyane Wade (32 points) and Chris Bosh (20 points) came in with their best games of this series by far to even it at 2-2 with two days off before Game 5. The Spurs, who hold one more home game in the series on Sunday, got 20 points from Tim Duncan and 15 more from Tony Parker, who was scoreless in the second half while playing through a Grade 1 strain of his right hamstring that surfaced during Game 3 on Tuesday.

HEAT @ Spurs
Jun 11, 2013
LOSS: 77-113
Mike Miller went 5-for-5 in Game 3 of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs, making all of his shots from the 3-point line to score 15 points. Dwyane Wade had 16 points and five assists while LeBron James made 15 points, his lowest of this year's Finals. Chris Bosh contributed 12 points, 10 rebounds and four assists. San Antonio Spurs Danny Green and Gary Neal each delivered career-playoff highs -- Green 27 points in 30 minutes and Neal 24 in 25 minutes -- and the Spurs set a Finals record with 16 3-pointers in a triumph over the Miami HEAT giving San Antonio a 2-1 lead in the series, and the HEAT a 36-point loss that is the franchise-worst in the playoffs.

Spurs vs HEAT
June 9, 2013
WIN: 84-103
Behind 19 points from Mario Chalmers, the Miami HEAT defeated the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. The series is now tied 1-1. Chalmers made 6 of his 12 shots from the field, including a pair of three-point plays during the HEAT's decisive run late in the third quarter. His production helped make up for a bit of an off game from LeBron James, who finished with 17 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. The HEAT also got double-figure scoring games from Ray Allen (13 points) and Chris Bosh (12) to offset James' struggles. Guard Dwyane Wade finished with 10 points on 5-for-13 shooting. Mike Miller had nine points, going 3-for-3 from the arc. After the teams played close for a half, the HEAT broke it open in the third quarter. They led by as many as 27 in the second half.

Spurs vs HEAT
June 6, 2013
LOSS: 92-88
LeBron James led the HEAT with a triple-double of 18 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists. The HEAT led most of the way before the Spurs grabbed the lead for good on a jumper by Kawhi Leonard that made it 79-78 with seven minutes remaining. They pushed the lead to seven when Danny Green hit a 3-pointer to make it 88-81. Miami then scored five straight points, capped by three free throws by Ray Allen. After Duncan and James exchanged free throws, the stage was set for the Spurs' final possession. With the shot clock winding down, Parker released a shot just before the buzzer sounded. After being reviewed by officials, the basket was ruled good.

2012-13 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT @ Spurs
Mar. 31, 2013
WIN: 88-86
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers did not play Sunday at AT&T Center, so that left Chris Bosh to hit a 3-pointer past the top of the key with 1.1 seconds left to give the HEAT the victory over the Spurs. HEAT coach Erik Spoelstra said James (right hamstring strain), Wade (right ankle sprain) and Chalmers (right ankle sprain) had injuries that affected their play during Friday's victory at New Orleans (Chalmers was inactive against the Hornets). So Bosh stepped up, scoring 23 points and hit 3-for-5 from the 3-point line, and when Ray Allen was double covered with a shaky 3-point look on the other side of the floor, Allen snapped the pass to the trailing Bosh for the 25-footer over Duncan.

Spurs vs HEAT
Nov. 29, 2012
WIN: 100-105
HEAT forward LeBron James led all scorers with 23 points, but it was Ray Allen's 3-pointer with 22.6 seconds remaining that proved to be the difference. Allen received a pass from James at the wing to put the HEAT ahead 100-98. Miami trailed 98-93 before making its move late in the fourth quarter. The game was much closer than many expected because the Spurs were playing without stars Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and starter Danny Green. Coach Gregg Popovich sent the players home Thursday morning after a game the previous night in Orlando. Guard Dwyane Wade had 19 points, while Chris Bosh added 18 and 12 rebounds.

HEAT vs Spurs
Oct. 20, 2012
WIN: 104-101
Rashard Lewis scored 11 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter and the Miami Heat rallied for a 104-101 preseason win against the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday. The Heat played without NBA MVP LeBron James, who was out with "general soreness," according to coach Erik Spoelstra. Josh Harrelson's 3-pointer with 1:01 remaining put the Heat ahead for good at 102-99. Harrelson finished with 10 points. Dwyane Wade scored 13 for Miami and sat out most of the second half. Mike Miller hit all three of his 3-point attempts in the second quarter to help Miami build its biggest lead of the first half at 57-46.

2011-12 Season vs San Antonio

Spurs vs. HEAT
Jan. 17, 2012
WIN: 120-98
LeBron James had 33 points (including 17 the third quarter) and 10 assists, Chris Bosh added 30 points, and the HEAT erased a 14-point halftime deficit en route to smashing the Spurs 120-98 in Miami on Tuesday night. Mike Miller (18 points) was a perfect six-for-six from behind the arc in his return.

2010-11 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT @ Spurs
March. 14, 2011
WIN: 110-80
Chris Bosh led the way with 30 points and 12 rebounds as the HEAT took down the West-leading Spurs 110-80 at home on Monday night. Dwyane Wade tallied 29 points and nine boards while LeBron James scored 21. The HEAT take the court again on Wednesday when they host they the Thunder.

HEAT @ Spurs
March. 7, 2011
LOSS: 125-95
The HEAT dug themselves an early hole Friday night that they were unable to climb out of, falling 125-95 on the road to the Spurs. LeBron James led Miami with 26 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists. Chris Bosh contributed a double-double with 17 points and 14 rebounds.

HEAT @ Spurs
Oct. 9, 2010
LOSS: 90-73
Playing their second game in consecutive nights, the Heat fell 90-73 to the San Antonio Spurs on the road Saturday night. LeBron James scored 12 points in only 12 minutes. James Jones also added 12. Dwyane Wade sat out for the third straight game.

2009-10 Season vs San Antonio

Spurs @ HEAT
March 16, 2010
LOSS: 88-76
The HEAT cut a 26-point deficit to six in the fourth quarter, but couldn't overtake the Spurs at American Airlines Arena, falling 88-76 on Tuesday. Dwyane Wade led the way with 28 points and Jermaine O'Neal added 13 points and six boards.

HEAT @ Spurs
Dec 31, 2009
LOSS: 78-108
Michael Beasley scored 20 of his 26 points in the first half and grabbed eight rebounds, while Dwyane Wade had 16 points, six assists and three steals Thursday night as the HEAT lost to the Spurs 108-78 in San Antonio. The HEAT will return home to Miami to play Charlotte on Saturday.

HEAT vs. Spurs
October 11, 2009
LOSS: 95-93
Despite Daequan Cook putting up 20 points and Mario Chalmers adding 17, the Miami HEAT lost to the San Antonio Spurs 95-93 at home on Sunday night. The HEAT held the lead for three quarters, while sophomore forward Michael Beasley put up 16 points and six rebounds.

2008-09 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs. Spurs
January 5, 2009
LOSS: 91-84
Dwyane Wade scored 24 points and Michael Beasley had his first career double-double, but it wasn't enough as the HEAT fell to the Spurs 91-84 at home on Monday night.

HEAT vs. Spurs
November 7, 2008
WIN: 99-83
Dwyane Wade was superb with 33 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists as the HEAT jumped out to an 18-point halftime lead en route to a 99-83 victory over the Spurs on Friday that snapped a 10-game losing streak in San Antonio. Rookie Michael Beasley added 20 points and eight rebounds in the win.

HEAT vs. Spurs
October 24, 2008(Preseason)
WIN: 96-93
Rookie Mario Chalmers drained a game-winning trey at buzzer to help the HEAT close out their preseason with a 96-93 road win over the Spurs on Friday. Fellow rookie Michael Beasley notched 19 points and nine rebounds.

2007-08 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs. Spurs
Jan 24, 2008
LOSS: 90-89
Voted as an All-Star starter earlier in the day, Dwyane Wade had 27 points, nine assists, six rebounds and four steals as the Heat battled the defending champion San Antonio Spurs to a virtual standstill Thursday night. But Miami surrendered the lead in the final minute of an excruciating 90-89 home loss. Mark Blount contributed 23 points for the Heat.

HEAT @ Spurs
Nov. 07, 2007
LOSS: 88-78
The HEAT struggled to score as they took on the defending-champion Spurs on Wednesday. Miami fell, 88-78, for their fourth straight loss. Shaquille O'Neal led the team with 17 points. Udonis Haslem had 10 points and nine rebounds. Ricky Davis added 14 points.

HEAT vs. Spurs
Oct. 23, 2007
LOSS: 104-87
Shaquille O'Neal scored a team-high 17 in 17 minutes to best Tim Duncan's seven, but the HEAT couldn't overcome an eight-point halftime deficit in a 104-87 loss to the Spurs at American Airlines Arena on Tuesday.

2006-07 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs. Spurs
Feb. 11, 2007
WIN: 100-85
A balanced attack helped the HEAT surge past the Spurs on Sunday, 100-85. Dwyane Wade led six players in double figures in scoring, finishing with 26, 18 of which coming in the final quarter. Shaquille O'Neal posted 16 points and seven rebounds, while Jason Kapono added 13 and 11.

HEAT @ Spurs
Nov. 22, 2006
LOSS: 106-86
The HEAT dropped a 106-86 decision to the Spurs on Wednesday. Dwyane Wade led Miami with 18 points, six assists and five rebounds. Earl Barron came off the bench to chip in a career-high 15 points and six boards.

HEAT @ Spurs
Oct. 21, 2006
LOSS: 103-93
Despite huge games by Shaquille O'Neal and Dwyane Wade, the HEAT were unable to come away with a victory, falling to the Spurs 103-93 on Saturday. O'Neal finished with 24 points and eight rebounds, while Wade registered 23 points and three steals. The HEAT will try to bounce back this Tuesday when they travel to Orlando to take on the Magic.

2005-06 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs. Spurs
Jan. 20, 2006
LOSS: 101-94
Dwyane Wade scored 36 points for the HEAT but Miami could not keep up with the World Champs down the stretch in Friday's 101-94 loss to the Spurs. Shaquille O'Neal added 23 and Jason Williams chipped in 18 on 8-of-11 shooting.

HEAT @ Spurs
Dec. 7, 2005
LOSS: 98-84
Dwyane Wade racked up 31 points, six rebounds and 10 assists, but Miami took a 98-84 loss in San Antonio on Wednesday. The HEAT finished 2-3 on their road trip.

HEAT vs. Spurs
Oct. 10, 2005
WIN: 103-101
Rookie Kevin Braswell hit a driving layup as time expired to defeat the World Champion San Antonio Spurs 103-101 at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Spurs All-Star duo of Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili got San Antonio off early, combining to score 18 of the Spurs' 34 points in the opening quarter, as the HEAT trailed by 16 after one. The Spurs stretched their lead to 18 at the 3:40 mark of the second before Dwyane Wade's buzzer-beating bank shot from 40-feet out capped off a 13-4 run to end the half. The Spurs took an 56-47 lead into halftime. Miami briefly retook the lead in the third quarter, but the San Antonio reserves ended the quarter on an 11-2 run to take an eight-point lead heading into the final frame. The Spurs had a six-point advantage with 3:49 minutes left in the game, but Antoine Walker kept the HEAT in the game. His layup tied the game at 96-all with 2:38 remaining. He gave the HEAT a three-point edge, 99-96, with a three-pointer on the next position. San Antonio tied the game at 101 and had a chance to win the game with 14 seconds to play, but Kyle Bailey's errant pass with 2.4 seconds remaining set up Braswell's game winner.

2004-05 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs. Spurs
Feb. 13, 2005
WIN: 96-92
Dwyane Wade scored 13 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter as the HEAT held off the Spurs, 96-92 on Sunday. Shaquille O'Neal added 27 points and seven rebounds for Miami, which has won six of seven and nine of its past ten games.

HEAT vs. Spurs
Nov. 12, 2004
LOSS: 93-84
Miami lost its second game in as many nights with a 93-84 loss in San Antonio. The Spurs jumped out to a quick lead, going on a 23-12 run, but Miami made a run of their own to end the first quarter only down by three points. San Antonio, who had three starters reach double-figure points at halftime, went ahead again by as many as 10 points in the second quarter, taking a 51-45 lead into the half. San Antonio took a 12 point lead going into the final frame, but the HEAT battled back, starting the quarter with a 16-5 run to close within one point with 4:43 remaining. The Spurs responded by finishing the game on a 16-8 run to seal the victory. Miami was led by Shaquille O'Neal, who recorded his 35th career 20/20 game with 23 points and 21 rebounds. Dwyane Wade did not dress due to a sprained left ankle he uffered on 11/11 vs. Dallas. San Antonio was led by Manu Ginobili's 29 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and six steals.

2003-04 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT vs. Spurs
Dec. 6, 2003
LOSS: 86-70
Tim Duncan scored 21 points pulled down 19 rebounds and blocked five shots to lead the San Antonio Spurs to a 86-70 win over the HEAT. In addition to Duncan, the Spurs also got 21 points, 13 rebounds and three blocked shots from Rasho Nesterovic. For the game, San Antonio blocked nine shots and out rebounded the HEAT 48-39. Lamar Odom led the HEAT with 17 points, followed by Eddie Jones and Dwyane Wade, who chipped in with 14 points apiece. Brian Grant recorded 10 rebounds to go with his six points. Miami shot 38.8 percent from the field (31-of-80 shot attempts and 2-of-10 from the three-point line. San Antonio led by as many as 20 points in the game and outscored the HEAT in three of the four quarters, including a 24-13 advantage after the first. The HEAT trailed at halftime 45-29.

HEAT @ Spurs
Nov. 4, 2003
LOSS: 80-73
The Miami HEAT fell to the defending World Champion Spurs 80-73. Eddie Jones led Miami (0-5) with 26 points before fouling out with 4:28 left. Lamar Odom added 12 rebounds and 14 points while John Wallace had 10 off the bench. Miami, which was without injured wing players Caron Butler and rookie Dwyane Wade, cut the deficit to 74-73 on Odom's layup with 2:12 to go. But the Spurs held the HEAT scoreless the rest of the way.

2002-03 Season vs San Antonio

HEAT @ Spurs
Feb. 25th, 2003
Tim Duncan scored 17 points and pulled down 10 rebounds, as the San Antonio Spurs defeated the HEAT 84-69 at the SBC Center. The Spurs have won 11 of their last 12 games and are undefeated at home versus Eastern Conference teams. Duncan, who also recorded four blocked shots, spearheaded a Spurs defense that forced 24 HEAT turnovers. Everyone that saw action for Miami on Tuesday committed at least one. The Spurs led 24-15 after the first quarter and 43-30 by halftime. San Antonio led by as many as 33 points in the game and held Miami to 40 percent shooting (30-of-74) and out-rebounded the HEAT 42-37. Eddie Jones led the HEAT in scoring with 13 points and Sean Lampley chipped in with 11 points off the bench, who have now lost four in a row on the road. LaPhonso Ellis scored eight points and Rasual Butler added seven points to round out the top scorers for Miami. Malik Allen, Vladimir Stepania and Sean Marks each scored six points. Note: San Antonio went to the free-throw line 26 times (16-of-26), while the HEAT went the free-throw line only nine times (6-of-9). The nine fouls called on San Antonio was an all-time low for an HEAT opponent.

HEAT vs. Spurs
Feb. 1st, 2003
Tim Duncan scored 17 points and pulled down a NBA single-season high 25 rebounds in leading the San Antonio Spurs to a 67-65 win over the HEAT. Duncan also set a NBA single-season high for defensive rebounds with 23 total. Miami trailed by two points with 18 seconds remaining but Travis Best' missed three-point attempt and Caron Butler's missed jumper before time expired prevented Miami from winning or tying the game. Eddie Jones led the HEAT with 17 points, followed by Butler's 12 points and Brian Grant's 10 points. Grant also pulled down 11 rebounds for his 18 double-double of the season. Vladimir Stepania led the HEAT in rebounding with 14 boards, one shy of his career-high of 15 boards. The Spurs led by as many as eight points in the first half, thanks in part by a 10 point scoring first quarter by the HEAT. Miami had a better second quarter and forged ahead by halftime, leading 32-31 after outscoring San Antonio 22-13 in the period. Miami made only 10 trips to the charity stripe, making eight.

Miami HEAT VS. San Antonio Spurs

2002-03 Season
02/25/03 AWAY 84-69 L JONES - 13 DUNCAN - 17
02/01/03 HOME 67-65 L JONES - 17 PARKER - 18
2001-02 Season
03/23/02 AWAY 89-79 L JACKSON - 17 DUNCAN - 23
02/01/02 HOME 88-83 W JONES - 24 DUNCAN - 29
2000-01 Season
03/25/01 HOME 88-83 W HARDAWAY - 25 DUNCAN - 26
01/02/01 AWAY 80-72 L JONES - 18 DANIELS - 19
1999-00 Season
04/02/00 HOME 88-84 W MASHBURN - 26 ROBINSON - 28
02/29/00 AWAY 93-69 L BROWN - 16 ROBINSON - 19
1998-99 Season
1997-98 Season
04/02/98 AWAY 103-89 L HARDAWAY - 21 DUNCAN - 22
01/03/98 HOME 84-77 L MOURNING - 18 ROBINSON - 27
1996-97 Season
03/02/97 HOME 79-72 W BROWN - 16 WILLIAMS - 28
12/23/96 AWAY 90-79 W MOURNING - 22 MOURNING - 22
1995-96 Season
03/14/96 AWAY 120-100 L HARDAWAY - 26 HARDAWAY - 26
1994-95 Season
01/20/95 HOME 115-114 L RICE - 24 ROBINSON - 26
01/12/95 AWAY 113-108 L WILLIS - 30 ELLIOT - 32
1993-94 Season
02/19/94 AWAY 100-96 L SMITH - 24 REID - 22
12/28/93 HOME 84-76 L SMITH - 21 ROBINSON - 20
1992-93 Season
02/26/93 HOME 93-86 W LONG - 25 ROBINSON - 17
12/10/92 AWAY 101-91 L SEIKALY - 16 ROBINSON - 26
1991-92 Season
03/27/92 AWAY 127-114 L RICE - 27 MULLIN - 28
02/25/92 AWAY 123-101 L LONG - 25 ROBINSON - 26
1990-91 Season
03/22/91 HOME 97-90 L SEIKALY - 25 ROBINSON - 28
12/26/90 AWAY 111-97 L SEIKALY - 26 ANDERSON - 24
1989-90 Season
03/17/90 AWAY 111-98 L SEIKALY - 22 CUMMINGS - 28
01/09/90 HOME 107-102 L SEIKALY - 21 CUMMINGS - 31
1988-89 Season
04/04/89 AWAY 109-87 L EDWARDS/GRAY - 14 W. ANDERSON - 22
03/25/89 HOME 107-105 W SUNDVOLD - 16 W. ANDERSON - 30
01/23/89 AWAY 119-101 L LONG - 16 W. ANDERSON - 26
11/30/88 HOME 105-101 L EDWARDS - 24 ROBERTSON - 27
11/09/88 AWAY 117-93 L CUMMINGS - 12 W. ANDERSON - 29


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