2018-19 Season vs Oklahoma City

HEAT vs Thunder
HEAT vs Thunder
March 18, 2019
WIN: 116-107
Goran Dragić helped Miami climb out of an early deficit with 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting in the opening period and never looked back. All told, Dragić led the HEAT with 26 points on 9-of-17 shooting and 11 assists to go along with five boards, two steals and a plus-14 rating.

Thunder vs HEAT
Thunder vs HEAT
Feb. 1, 2019
LOSS: 118-102
Throughout the contest, Kelly Olynyk spaced the floor for Miami and drilled a bunch of catch-and-shoot threes. And while he hit a trey to start the fourth, he finished a number of plays inside as the quarter wore on. In all, KO led Miami with 21 points (10 in the fourth) on 8-of-12 shooting, including 4-of-6 from deep, and also had seven boards, two assists and a block.

2017-18 Season vs Oklahoma City

Thunder vs HEAT
Thunder vs HEAT
April 9, 2018
LOSS: 115-93
Despite having a very strong defender in Paul George on him for a bulk of the contest, Josh Richardson showed no fear. As a whole, Richardson did the majority of his work off pull-up jumpers, but he also set up his teammates pretty well too. On the flip side of the ball, J. Rich was his usual versatile self and defended George, Russell Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony at certain points. Richardson led the team with 18 points on 8-of-14 shooting and also had three rebounds, three assists and a steal.

HEAT vs Thunder
HEAT vs Thunder
March 23, 2018
LOSS: 105-99
Although JJ had a quick start to the game, he really emptied the tank in the fourth and did all he could to try and will Miami to victory. With the HEAT playing small, Johnson played the five and took advantage in the pick-and-roll with Steven Adams playing it aggressively. In fact, the Wake Forest product scored 14 points in fourth, including a massive jam with contact. Johnson led Miami with 23 points on 7-of-13 shooting and also had four rebounds and two assists.

2016-17 Season vs Oklahoma City

Thunder vs HEAT
Thunder vs HEAT
Dec. 27, 2016
LOSS: 106-94
To put it simply, Josh Richardson had it all going on against Oklahoma City. Whether it was pull-up jumpers, catch-and-shoot treys or nifty finishes inside, the young man usually converted. On the flip side of the ball, Richardson competed hard against Russell Westbrook and defended him for a good portion of the contest. Despite Miami being down late in the game, the 23-year-old continued to claw and fight until the very end. While the team ultimately fell short, those kinds of plays really go a long way. In addition to his 22 points on 9-of-16 shooting, Richardson also had five boards and three assists.

HEAT vs Thunder
HEAT vs Thunder
Nov. 7, 2016
LOSS: 97-85
James Johnson gave Miami a boost in the first half much like he did in the third quarter against the Raptors. In fact, the 29-year-old tallied 10 points, two boards and two blocks through the first two quarters against the Thunder. As the game progressed, Johnson continued to run the break and get to the rim. The 29-year-old finished with 18 points, six rebounds and a team-high plus-15 rating.

2015-16 Season vs Oklahoma City

HEAT vs Thunder
HEAT vs Thunder
Jan. 17, 2016
LOSS: 99-74
On his 34th birthday, Dwyane Wade had a solid outing against the Thunder. Throughout the first half, he displayed a lot of craftiness inside with shot-fakes to either finish plays or draw fouls. Wade led Miami with 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting in the first half. While he did a majority of his damage in the paint, Wade also knocked down a few jumpers in the contest. The vet finished the game with 22 points, three assists and two boards. Hassan Whiteside also had a great game. The big man not only did his usual damage around the rim with put-backs and finishes inside, but he also nailed three jumpers against Oklahoma City. On the defensive end, Whiteside came up with four blocks and altered plenty of shots at the rim. In addition to that, he tallied 14 points on 7-of-9 shooting and 11 boards (three offensive) on the night.

Thunder vs HEAT
Thunder vs HEAT
Dec. 3, 2015
WIN: 97-95
Against the Thunder, Dwyane Wade continued to plug away and relentlessly attacked the basket. For certain stretches of the game, both he and Russell Westbrook went back and forth. Throughout the flurry, Wade had a number of gorgeous drives against Oklahoma City and kept pressure on its defense. Down the stretch though is where Wade did the most damage. He scored the last eight points for Miami, including a tough floater to tie the game at 95 and two clutch free throws to give his team the lead for good. In addition to his 28 points, Wade also had four rebounds, four assists and a steal. Goran Dragic, meanwhile, had 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting, seven assists and three boards. In a game where there were 38 lead changes and no lead more than six on either end, it was going to take one heck of an effort to pull off. That’s exactly what happened, as Miami made nothing come easy for Oklahoma City and held the juggernaut to just 44.3 percent shooting. In particular, Justise Winslow was everywhere. He guarded Kevin Durant, Westbrook, Serge Ibaka and Dion Waiters throughout the game.

2014-15 Season vs Oklahoma City

HEAT at Thunder
HEAT @ Thunder
Mar. 22, 2015
LOSS: 75-93
The Miami HEAT fell to the Oklahoma City Thunder Sunday afternoon at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Hassan Whiteside played well against the Thunder on Sunday. Due to some foul trouble, Whiteside did most of his damage in the first half. He gave Miami plenty of second-chance opportunities and fought very hard on the glass. He also mixed it up with some tough hook shots and dunks in traffic. Whiteside finished the game with 13 points, six boards (three on the offensive glass) and three blocks. Mario Chalmers provided solid scoring off the bench for Miami and reached double-figures in points for the fifth time in his last eight games. He scored the majority of his points in the second half as the HEAT were trying to mount a comeback. In all, Chalmers scored 12 points and had two steals. The HEAT hung in and fought hard throughout the afternoon. After falling behind by ten at halftime, Haslem and Chalmers played well in the third quarter to help close the gap.

HEAT at Thunder
Thunder vs. HEAT
Jan. 20, 2015
LOSS: 94-86
Dwyane Wade led the way for the HEAT with 18 points and six assists. Wade had a lot of great, nifty finishes inside and aggressively took it to the hoop. He also set up his teammates very well and threw up some great lobs to both Hassan Whiteside and Chris Andersen. The HEAT’s defense continued to show improvement against the Thunder on Tuesday night. After scoring 127 points in each of its previous two games, Oklahoma City was held to 94 points on just 44.6 percent shooting. To be fair, the Thunder did take a lot of tough outside shots, but Miami forced some of those looks. The HEAT did a good job of keeping guys in check, as no one on Oklahoma City really went off. On the offensive end, the HEAT had plenty of good looks, but they just didn’t fall. Turnovers were also a problem at times for Miami. Hassan Whiteside exited the game with a right ankle sprain in the second quarter and did not return.

2013-14 Season vs Oklahoma City

HEAT at Thunder
HEAT @ Thunder
Feb. 20, 2014
WIN: 103-81
LeBron James had to leave the game in the fourth quarter after a hard foul by Serge Ibaka sent James to the locker room with a bloody nose. The Miami HEAT started each half with big runs, James outscored Kevin Durant 33 to 28 and the HEAT buried the Thunder on OKC's home floor 103-81 Thursday. It is the Thunder's worst loss at home this season. The storyline before the game was the return of Thunder's point guard Russell Westbrook, who played his first game since Christmas Day. The focus quickly shifted to James who hit his first five shots and scored at will in the first half. He finished with 33 points on 15-for-22 shooting. He also had seven rebounds and four steals. Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade had huge nights too. Each scored 24 points. Wade handed out 10 assists and Bosh pulled down eight rebounds. James, Wade and Bosh combined to score as many points (81) as the entire OKC roster.

Thurder vs HEAT
Thunder vs HEAT
Jan. 29, 2014
LOSS: 112-95
The Miami HEAT fell 112-95 to the Oklahoma City Thunder Wednesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. The loss is Miami's first regular season loss to Oklahoma City since the 2012 season. LeBron James led the HEAT with a game-high 34 points on 12-for-20 shooting. Bosh scored 18 points with nine rebounds while Wade added 15 points for Miami. Chris Andersen contributed with eight points and seven rebounds.

2012-13 Season vs Oklahoma City

HEAT @ Thunder
Feb. 14, 2013
WIN: 110-100
LeBron James became the first NBA player to score at least 30 points in seven straight games heading into the All-Star Break since Wilt Chamberlain did it in the 1962-63 season and he led his Miami HEAT teammates to a dominating 110-100 win. The HEAT never trailed and led by as many as 23. James finished with 39 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists. Chris Bosh scored 20 on 10-for-14 shooting while also pulling down 12 rebounds. Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen each had 13. Miami dominated the glass outrebounding Oklahoma City 46-35. 13 of those Heat boards came off the offensive glass. That has been a trouble spot for OKC in the past.

Thunder vs HEAT
Dec. 25, 2012
WIN: 97-103
LeBron James scored 29 points to lead the HEAT while Mario Chalmers finished with 20 points, including four 3-pointers. Dwyane Wade also had 21 points and five rebounds. The rematch of last year's NBA Finals was everything as expected, with both marquee players turning in solid performances. James also finished with nine assists and eight assists, falling just short of his second triple-double of the season. James' biggest assist came when he found center Chris Bosh under the basket for an easy dunk that gave the HEAT a three-point lead with 25.4 seconds remaining.

2011-12 Playoffs: Finals vs Oklahoma City

Thunder vs HEAT
June 22, 2012
WIN: 106-121
HEAT Win Championship!
The HEAT used a 16-0 run in the third quarter to pull away from the Thunder and claimed the franchise's second NBA title with a 121-106 Game 5 win Thursday night in Miami. It was a total team effort in which six players finished in double figures. LeBron James had a triple-double, Chris Bosh scored 24 and Mike Miller hit seven 3's to finish with 23.

Thunder vs HEAT
June 19, 2012
WIN: 98-104
The Miami HEAT rallied from a 17-point first-half deficit to defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder Tuesday in Game 4 of the NBA Finals to lead the series 3-1. LeBron James led Miami with 26 points, 12 assists and 9rebounds, but it was the play of Mario Chalmers that may have been most key. He finished with a postseason-high 25 points on 9 of 15 shooting. With James on the bench suffering from apparent leg cramps late in the game, Chalmers hit a driving layup that put the HEAT ahead by five with under a minute remaining.

Thunder vs HEAT
June 17, 2012
WIN: 85-91
The Miami HEAT defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 3 of the NBA Finals with The HEAT leading the series 2-1. LeBron James led Miami with 29 points and 14 rebounds, as the HEAT rallied from a 10-point, third-quarter deficit to capture the victory. Dwyane Wade added 25 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists. The HEAT won despite shooting just 37 percent from the field, but made up for the difference at the foul line, making 31 of 35 free throws.

HEAT @ Thunder
June 13, 2012
WIN: 100-96
The Miami HEAT jumped out to a big lead (18-2) in the first quarter and then held off the Oklahoma City Thunder to tie the NBA Finals at 1. James and Durant led all scorers with 32 apiece. James also had 8 rebounds and 5 assists with 12 of his points coming at the free throw line, including the last two of the game. Dwyane Wade added 24 points with 6 rebounds and 5 assists. The HEAT got a big long-range night from Shane Battier as he nailed five 3-pointers and ended with 17 points. Chris Bosh added 16 while grabbing 15 rebounds, seven of those on the offensive end.

HEAT @ Thunder
June 13, 2012
LOSS: 105-94
Oklahoma City Thunder rallied from 13 points down to beat the Heat and take a 1-0 lead in the NBA Finals. Miami had a big night from LeBron James (30 points) but it wasn't enough to overcome OKC. The HEAT had four other players in double figures, including Dwyane Wade with 19 points on 7-for-19 shooting and eight assists. Shane Battier added 17 points (one off a season-high) on 6-for-9 shooting, but he managed just four in the second half. Mario Chalmers had a similar game, scoring 10 points in the first half but just two in the second. Chris Bosh added 10 and played almost 34 minutes.

2011-12 Season vs Oklahoma City

HEAT vs. Thunder
Apr. 4, 2012
WIN: 98-93
LeBron James scored a game-high 34 points as the Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 98-93 Wednesday at AmericanAirlines Arena.

HEAT @ Thunder
March 25, 2012
LOSS: 103-87
A big second quarter from the Oklahoma City Thunder put the Miami HEAT in a hole, and the HEAT went on to drop a 103-87 decision Sunday night. Dwyane Wade scored 22 points to lead Miami, which saw its win streak halted at four games. Chris Bosh added 18 points and five rebounds.

2010-11 Season vs Oklahoma City

Thunder @ HEAT
March 17, 2011
LOSS: 96-85
Despite 21 points and 11 rebounds from Chris Bosh, the HEAT suffered a 96-85 home loss to the Thunder on Wednesday. Dwyane Wade and LeBron James had 21 points and 19 points, respectively. The Big Three shot 4-24 from the field in the second half. The loss snapped a three-game winning streak.

HEAT @ Thunder
Jan. 31, 2011
WIN: 108-103
Miami's newcomers led the way Friday night, as Chris Bosh scored 23 points with seven rebounds and LeBron James scored 22 in a 103-96 preseason win over the Thunder in Kansas City. Udonis Haslem pitched in 17 points and nine rebounds, Mike Miller added 15 points and James had eight assists and seven rebounds.

HEAT @ Thunder
Oct. 8, 2010
WIN: 103-96
Miami's newcomers led the way Friday night, as Chris Bosh scored 23 points with seven rebounds and LeBron James scored 22 in a 103-96 preseason win over the Thunder in Kansas City. Udonis Haslem pitched in 17 points and nine rebounds, Mike Miller added 15 points and James had eight assists and seven rebounds.

2009-10 Season vs Oklahoma City

HEAT @ Thunder
Jan. 16, 2010
LOSS: 80-98
A slow start kept the HEAT chasing the Thunder for most of the game as Miami lost to Oklahoma City 98-80 on the road. Michael Beasley led with 28 points. Dwyane Wade was 10-for-21 from the field with 24 points and six assists. Saturday's game was the final stop of a six-game road trip. The HEAT return home to face the Pacers on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

HEAT @ Thunder
Nov. 17, 2009
LOSS: 100-87
Dwyane Wade scored 22 points but the HEAT fell 100-87 to the Oklahoma City Thunder at home on Tuesday night. Jermaine ONeal provided a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds. The HEAT now travel to Atlanta for a key divisional matchup on Wednesday night against the Hawks.

HEAT @ Thunder
October 14, 2009
LOSS: 96-91
Michael Beasley (24 points) took charge Wednesday night but it was not enough as the HEAT fell to the Thunder 96-91 on the road. Daequan Cook scored 14 points and Mario Chalmers added 13 points. The HEAT dropped to 0-4 on the preseason.

2008-09 Season vs Oklahoma City

HEAT @ Thunder
January 18, 2008
WIN: 104-94
Dwyane Wade scored 21 of his game-high 32 points in the first half Sunday and had 10 assists as the HEAT beat the Thunder 104-94 in Oklahoma City. Six Miami players scored in double digits, and Udonis Haslem had a double-double, too, with 11 points and a season-high 15 rebounds to help the HEAT wrap up a seven-game road trip at 4-3.

2007-08 Season vs Seattle

Thunder @ HEAT
December 6, 2008
WIN: 105-99
Dwyane Wade demonstrated why he is the leading scorer in the NBA and Shawn Marion showed why he is one of the best all-around performers. Wade erupted for 38 points and Marion posted 15 points, 12 rebounds, four assists and four blocks as the HEAT notched their third straight triumph with Saturday's 105-99 victory over the visiting Thunder.

2007-08 Season vs Seattle

HEAT @ Sonics
Feb. 29, 2008
WIN: 103-93
Dwyane Wade scored 31 points to lead the HEAT to a 103-93 road win over the Seattle Super Sonics on Friday. Ricky Davis scored 10 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter as Miami pulled away from the Sonics.

HEAT vs. Sonics
Nov. 14, 2007
LOSS: 104-95
Dwyane Wade posted 15 points and four assists in 25 minutes in his return from offseason surgeries on his shoulder and knee, but it wasn't enough as Miami droppped a 104-95 decision to Seattle on Wednesday. Ricky Davis had 16 points and four assists, while Udonis Haslem added nine points and 11 rebounds.

2006-07 Season vs Seattle

HEAT @ Sonics
Jan. 10, 2007
WIN: 107-103
Dwyane Wade scored 25 of his 29 points after halftime, including 17 in the fourth period alone, to give Miami a 107-103 comeback win over the Sonics on Wednesday night. Wade added 13 assists and five rebounds, and Jason Kapono shot 8-for-12 from the floor to lead five others in double figures with 19 points.

HEAT vs. Sonics
Nov. 7, 2006
WIN: 90-87
James Posey took a feed from Dwyane Wade and calmly stroked a 3-pointer with 19 seconds remaining to lift the HEAT to a 90-87 win over the Sonics on Tuesday. Wade finished with 31 points, seven rebounds and six assists.

2005-06 Season vs Seattle

HEAT vs. Sonics
Feb. 25th, 2006
WIN: 115-106
Shaquille O'Neal was nearly perfect Saturday, matching a season high with 31 points on 15-of-16 shooting in Miami's 115-106 win over visiting Seattle. O'Neal also had nine rebounds, four assists and four blocks as the HEAT recorded their season-high fifth straight victory. Dwyane Wade scored 10 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter and Udonis Haslem added 16 points and nine rebounds.

HEAT @ Sonics
Jan. 13th, 2006
WIN: 117-104
Miami led by 15 at halftime on Friday and rolled to a 117-104 victory over Seattle. Dwyane Wade posted a triple-double with 15 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds, while Jason Williams and James Posey each scored 19 to pace the HEAT. Miami shot 50 percent from the field, including a stellar 25-of-27 from the line, while outrebounding the Sonics 47-32.

2004-05 Season vs Seattle

HEAT vs. Sonics
Jan. 9th, 2005
LOSS: 108-98
The HEAT snapped an eight game road win streak with a 108-98 loss to the Sonics in Seattle. Miami jumped out to a quick start, going ahead by as many as eight points in the first quarter. The Sonics were able to cut the deficit to two points in the second, but the HEAT responded with a 7-2 run and took an eight point lead into the half. Miami increased their lead in the third, going ahead by as many as 12 points before Seattle went on a 28-13 run to close the period ahead by three points. The Sonics continued their run and took a 10 point lead with 7:57 left to play, but the HEAT responded with an 11-0 run in the next two minutes to take a one point lead with 5:55 to play. From that point on, the HEAT was only able to score four points to the Sonics' 15 points. Miami was led by Shaquille O'Neal, who scored 28 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.

HEAT vs. Sonics
Jan. 3rd, 2005
LOSS: 98-96
Dwyane Wade scored 28 points and Shaquille O'Neal added 25 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocks, but Miami couldn't overcome the sharp-shooting performance of Ray Allen and the SuperSonics as the HEAT fell to the Sonics, 98-96, to snap its franchise record 14 –game winning streak. Reshard Lewis' 3-pointer at the buzzer gave the Sonics a two-point edge, 71-69, heading into the game's final period. In the fourth, Allen led Seattle by scoring 11 of his game-high 35 points, including two clutch free throws with 46 seconds remaining to give Seattle a 95-93 advantage. The HEAT responded to tie the game when Wade scored two of his 23 second-half points on a driving lay-up. After Danny Fortson made 1-of-2 free throws with 13 seconds to go, Vladimir Radmanovic grabbed the rebound, drew a foul and made both shots for a 98-95 lead with 1.6 seconds to play. The Heat had one last chance to tie the game when Eddie Jones was fouled by Lewis while shooting a 3-pointer with 0.4 seconds remaining, but he missed two out of three free throws.

2003-04 Season vs Seattle

HEAT vs. Sonics
Mar. 12th, 2004
WIN: 82-74
In the fourth quarter with under two minutes to play in a two-point game, Rafer Alston came up huge for the Miami HEAT hitting a three-pointer, getting the steal on the next possession, than dropping in another jumper from downtown to help put away the Seattle SuperSonics on Friday night, 82-74, at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Alston finished the game with 15 points, four rebounds, five assists, one blocked shot, and tied his career-high of five steals. The HEAT led by 16 points at the half after Seattle tied a franchise low with eight points in the first quarter. The eight points also tied the franchise low for the fewest points allowed by the HEAT in a period. The Sonics continued to battle back and closed the gap to five points at the end of the third quarter.

HEAT vs. Sonics
Nov. 18th, 2003
WIN: 105-98
A hot-shooting Miami HEAT team, led by 21 points from Lamar Odom, lifted the HEAT past the Seattle Supersonics 105-98 at KeyArena. Miami shot a season-high 52.7 percent from field, connecting on 39-of-74 shot attempts. The win also marked the HEAT's first road victory of the season and second all-time win at Seattle. Ironically the HEAT ended its last six game losing streak on the road at KeyArena Dec. 7, 2001. Odom, who recorded his fourth double in his last five outings, also added 11 rebounds, six assists and two steals. Eddie Jones chipped in with 20 points, followed by Dwyane Wade's 18 points, Udonis Haslem's fourth double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds and Loren Woods' 12 points and nine rebounds off the bench. Every HEAT player that saw action on Tuesday scored for the team.

2002-03 Season vs Seattle

HEAT @ Sonics
Dec. 7th, 2002
Vladimir Radmanovic scored 19 points, connecting on 6-of-11 from the field and 5-of-7 from the three-point line, in leading the Seattle SuperSonics to a 100-71 victory over the HEAT. The loss was the third consecutive for Miami on the road and have now dropped eight of its last 10 games. Rookie Caron Butler was the only HEAT starter to reach double-figures, scoring 12 points in 27 minutes of action. Malik Allen (2 pts), Brian Grant (2 pts), Eddie Jones (5 pts) and Travis Best (2 pts) combined to score only 11 points. The HEAT was led in scoring by Rasual Butler, who poured in a career and season high 19 points on 8-of-16 shooting from the field including 3-of-5 from the three-point line off the bench. Miami shot just 30 percent from the field (26-of-86), while Seattle shot 51 percent from the field (39-of-76) and 53 percent from the threepoint line (7-of-13). Radmanovic's five three-pointers tied a record against the HEAT in a half and most points in a quarter by an individual. Seattle jumped out to a 34-12 score in the first quarter and never looked back.

HEAT vs. Sonics
Nov. 9th, 2002
Eddie Jones scored 16 of his team high 23 points in the second half, seven in the fourth quarter of Saturday's match-up with Seattle, but had his game tying lay-up blocked with five seconds remaining, then watched as his game winning three-point attempt with time running out sail over the rim, as Miami fell at home to the SuperSonics 84-82. Seattle jumped out to an 31-20 lead in the first quarter and led by as many as 12 points before the HEAT starting chipping away at the lead. Rashard Lewis led Seattle with 24 points, 10 rebounds and three blocked shots, followed by Gary Payton's 20 points and a game high 11 assists. HEAT head coach Pat Riley was ejected in third quarter with the scored tied at 62-62. Miami immediately responded on a three-pointer by Jones to take a 65-64 lead into the fourth quarter. Brian Grant recorded his fourth straight game with double figure rebounds and his third double-double of the season. Reserve guard Mike James had a career high 15 points (all in one quarter), his first double figure game of the season and most of any HEAT player in a quarter.

Miami HEAT VS. Clippers

2002-2003 Season
12/07/02 A 100-71 L R. BUTLER - 19 RADMANOVIC - 19
11/09/02 H 84-82 L JONES - 23 LEWIS - 24
2001-2002 Season
12/07/01 A 98-94 W MOURNING - 21 PAYTON - 25
11/06/01 H 87-85 W JONES - 25 PAYTON - 24
2000-2001 Season
12/15/00 A 99-77 L MASON - 16 PAYTON - 25
11/08/00 H 87-81 W GRANT - 30 PAYTON - 22
1999-2000 Season
03/02/00 H 101-83 W MASHBURN - 29 PATTERSON - 24
12/11/99 A 92-88 L MOURNING - 23 PAYTON - 26
1998-99 Season
1997-98 Season
01/15/98 A 103-85 L MOURNING - 17 PAYTON - 20
1996-97 Season
02/28/97 H 96-95 L HARDAWAY - 29 PAYTON - 27
01/07/97 A 94-85 L HARDAWAY - 28 PAYTON - 30
1995-96 Season
01/12/96 A 113-81 L MOURNING - 29 KEMP - 27
01/04/96 H 84-81 L WILLIS - 25 KEMP - 21
1994-95 Season
03/16/95 A 103-78 L GAMBLE - 16 SCHREMPF - 20
02/05/95 H 136-109 L OWENS - 21 KEMP - 26
1993-94 Season
02/17/94 H 115-112 W SMITH - 32 KEMP/SCHREMPF - 22
01/15/94 A 97-78 L SMITH - 15 KEMP - 25
1992-93 Season
03/16/93 A 98-85 L SEIKALY - 20 KEMP - 19
03/13/93 H 106-102 W LONG - 23 JOHNSON -.27
1991-92 Season
01/29/92 H 119-114 W RICE - 30 PIERCE - 28
01/02/92 A 113-109 L EDWARDS - 26 PIERCE - 34
1990-91 Season
01/04/91 A 112-86 L RICE - 20 THREATT - 30
12/06/90 H 105-103 L SEIKALY - 27 THREATT - 18
1989-90 Season
02/21/90 H 92-85 L FRANK/RICE - 17 BARROS - 18
01/05/90 A 140-110 L RICE - 27 ELLIS - 26
1988-89 Season
04/13/89 A 116-111 L EDWARDS - 23 McDANIEL - 35
02/02/89 H 100-93 L THOMPSON - 19 ELLIS - 30
12/29/88 A 129-99 L SUNDVOLD - 23 ELLIS/McDANIEL - 25
12/21/88 H 109-101 L LONG - 23 McDANIEL - 23


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