2018-19 Season vs Toronto

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
April 7, 2019
LOSS: 117-109 (OT)
Dwyane Wade led Miami with 21 points (10 in the fourth quarter and overtime period combined) on 7-of-14 shooting, including 4-of-6 from deep, and also amassed five assists and three rebounds.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
March 10, 2019
LOSS: 125-104
Simply put, Dwyane Wade was in his bag of tricks early and often against Toronto. And when it was all said and done, Wade finished with 15 points on 7-of-12 shooting, four assists, three steals and two boards.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
Dec. 26, 2018
LOSS: 106-104
Justise Winslow rose to the occasion down the stretch with a team-high nine points on 4-of-5 shooting in the fourth. In all, Winslow led the HEAT with 21 points on 9-of-16 shooting and also had four assists, two rebounds and a steal.

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
Nov. 25, 2018
LOSS: 125-115
From the very moment Dwyane Wade stepped onto the court, he was ready to rock. After calming things down for Miami in the first half with 16 points on 6-of-9 shooting before halftime, Wade led the HEAT with 10 points in the fourth quarter thanks to two treys, one of which came off a heck of a block by Rodney McGruder on Fred VanVleet. In all, Wade had a season and game-high 35 points on 13-of-22 shooting, which were the most for a player off the bench in franchise history, and a team-high six assists to go along with five rebounds.

2017-18 Season vs Toronto

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
April 11, 2018
WIN: 116-109 (OT)
Well, it was definitely Wayne-ing in the fourth quarter. That’s really all you need to know, as Wayne Ellington scored 18 points in the fourth thanks to six treys, including one that gave him the most threes in a single season in franchise history. Of course, he also had a nice drive in the overtime period as well. Ellington led the team with a career-high 32 points on 12-of-16 shooting, including 8-of-12 from deep, and also had three rebounds and a team-high plus-18 rating.

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
Feb. 13, 2018
LOSS: 115-112
Goran Dragić went absolutely insane in the third quarter with 16 points on 5-of-6 shooting, as he attacked the basket in transition and knocked down a bunch of outside shots. Of course, the Slovenian also scored five points down the stretch during Miami’s 13-0 run late that cut the deficit to 112-109. Dragić led the team with 28 points on 10-of-19 shooting and also accumulated four assists, two rebounds and a steal.

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
Jan. 9, 2018
WIN: 90-89
Although Wayne Ellington is known for his ability to shoot the three-ball with the best of them, he can do other things too. How does a game-winning layup sound? Earlier, Ellington actually converted a few layups in transition thanks to solid defense by Miami. Of course, he also led the team with three made treys. When it was all said and done, the 30-year-old tallied 15 points, three boards and two assists.

2016-17 Season vs Toronto

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
April 7, 2017
LOSS: 96-94
After a rough start to the game, James Johnson showed mental toughness and bounced back in a big way in the second half. Thanks to some aggressive attacks to the basket and finishes around the rim, the burly forward tallied 11 points on 5-of-6 shooting after halftime. Of course, the 30-year-old also came to play on the defensive end, as he guarded Serge Ibaka, Patrick Patterson and P.J. Tucker throughout the contest. He also made the right decision on when to switch onto Toronto’s guards. In addition to his team-high 22 points on 8-of-17 shooting, Johnson also had 10 boards, three assists, three steals and two blocks.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
Mar. 23, 2017
LOSS: 101-84
Despite suffering a laceration on his right hand that required 13 stitches in his last outing, Hassan Whiteside still gave it a go against the Raptors. Not only did the big fella tough it out, but he also played very well on Thursday night. Although the center had a nice start to the contest, he really was a force in the third quarter with nine points on 4-of-5 shooting and five rebounds. In all, Whiteside had 16 points on 6-of-10 shooting, 14 rebounds (six offensive), two assists and two blocks.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
Mar. 11, 2017
WIN: 104-89
When Goran Dragić took an elbow to his right eye in the third quarter, somebody had to step up. That somebody, of course, was Tyler Johnson. The 24-year-old played quite well in the Slovenian’s stead, as he scored 10 points in the third period thanks to some nice conversions in the paint. On the flip side of the ball, the Fresno State product did a nice job of defending both Cory Joseph and Fred VanVleet throughout the evening. In all, T. Johnson scored 16 points on 6-of-12 shooting, grabbed three rebounds and dished out three assists.

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
Nov. 4, 2016
LOSS: 96-87
Hassan Whiteside was quite active from the very beginning, as he nearly notched a double-double before halftime. Early on in the contest, the 7-footer went right at Jonas Valanciunas in the post and converted a number of shots over the Lithuanian. As the game progressed, Whiteside remained active around the rim and gave Miami plenty of second-chance opportunities. Otherwise, the former Marshall standout played very stout defense against Valanciunas and remained disciplined. In addition to his 21 points on 10-of-18 shooting, Whiteside also amassed 16 boards (five offensive), two steals and a block.

2015-16 Playoffs: Round 2 vs Toronto

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
May 15, 2016
LOSS: 116-89
Once again, Justise Winslow got the start at center and fared well in the early going. In the first quarter, the rookie had some nice rolls to the hoop where he either finished the play or drew the foul. On the flip side of the ball, he showed his versatility by defending multiple guys as usual. He started off on Bismack Biyombo and Kyle Lowry before he guarded DeMar DeRozan in the third quarter. It was in that period where Winslow truly shined. With the Raptors going on a big run, the former Blue Devil responded to adversity supremely well and hit the deck for loose balls quite often. He also drew his second charge of the contest during the flurry. Those little plays went a long way in Miami chipping away at the deficit. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t enough. The 20-year-old finished the game with 14 points, eight rebounds, two steals and two blocks.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
May 13, 2016
WIN: 103-91
Elimination games are when you put it all on the line, and Goran Dragic did just that against the Raptors in Game 6. In fact, the Slovenian was aggressive from the very start, as he took his man off the dribble often for some nifty finishes at the rim. While Miami’s faster tempo benefited the Dragon, he also fared well in the half court. That wasn’t all to Dragic’s night, though. The point guard mixed up his offensive approach with some impressive step-back jumpers and a few 3-pointers for good measure. He simply had the whole repertoire on display. In addition to his 30 points on 12-of-21 shooting, Dragic also had seven rebounds and four assists.

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
May 11, 2016
LOSS: 99-91
With Game 5 hanging in the balance, both Dwyane Wade and Joe Johnson did what they usually do down the stretch: score. Wade hit a few tough jumpers in the fourth quarter and ended up with eight points in the period. He also got to the charity stripe quite often in the contest. Johnson, meanwhile, started to take advantage of his matchup with Patrick Patterson and scored six points in the fourth. Although the Raptors did a nice job defensively overall, the duo continued to fight until the very end. In addition to his 20 points, Wade also tallied seven rebounds and four assists on the evening. Johnson, on the other hand, finished with 11 points and eight boards.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
May 9, 2016
WIN: 94-87 (OT)
Remember Dwyane Wade’s excellent performance in Game 3? Well, the future Hall-of-Famer answered the call once more. On Monday night, the vet did a little bit of everything against the Raptors and left them looking for answers. Whether it was tough mid-range jumpers, floaters inside or slams in transition, Wade usually found success. The fourth quarter was particularly great, as the 34-year-old weaved through the defense and finished play after play at the rim. He ended up with 11 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter and overtime period combined, including a steal and slam that essentially sealed the deal with 16.8 seconds remaining. In addition to his 30 points on 13-of-24 shooting, Wade also had four rebounds and two assists on the night.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
May 7, 2016
LOSS: 95-91
While Dwyane Wade had a solid first half offensively, nothing could prepare the Raptors for what was to come in the third quarter. In short, Wade went off in the period with aggressive takes to the rack which led to free throws, pull-up 3-pointers and difficult mid-range jumpers off the dribble. The vet ended up with 18 of his 38 points in the third and just went into attack mode. With Jonas Valanciunas leaving the game early in the third with a sprained right ankle, Wade did the smart thing and took advantage. Speaking of taking advantage, Wade also had a superb put-back jam after following his own miss. In the final quarter, the 34-year-old attacked the basket and worked well in the two-man game with Udonis Haslem. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t enough this time around. In addition to his 38 points on 13-of-25 shooting, including 4-of-6 from distance, Wade also grabbed a team-high eight rebounds and dished out four assists.

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
May 5, 2016
LOSS: 96-92 (OT)
Nothing keeps the Dragon down. Despite needing eight stitches in his bottom lip after taking an elbow from DeMar DeRozan, Goran Dragic came back in the game after halftime. It’s a good thing that he did. After a fantastic start from the perimeter, Dragic carried that over into the all-important fourth quarter. For the second-consecutive game, the Slovenian sank a huge 3-pointer towards the end of regulation. This time around though, it forced overtime. While it ultimately wasn’t enough in the end, Dragic continued to be aggressive. That’s always a good thing. In addition to his 20 points on a very efficient 8-of-12 shooting, the point guard also tallied four rebounds and four assists.

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
May 3, 2016
WIN: 102-96 (OT)
To no one’s surprise, Dwyane Wade came through in crunch time to help the HEAT steal home-court advantage in Game 1. In fact, the 34-year-old totaled 11 points, two blocks and two steals in the fourth quarter and overtime period combined. He simply made clutch play after clutch play on Tuesday night, including blocks on both DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry and a steal on DeRozan that led to the game sealing and-one. On the flip side of the ball, Wade got to the rim a few times, but he primarily converted from the perimeter against Toronto. The shooting guard was able to get free often thanks to some hard screens from Hassan Whiteside. In all, Wade tallied 24 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals to go along with his two blocks.

2015-16 Season vs Toronto

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
March 12, 2016
LOSS: 112-104 (OT)
Joe Johnson wasted no time to get going against the Raptors on Saturday night. In fact, the vet scored 10 straight points for Miami midway through the first quarter. He did so thanks to pull-up mid-range jumpers and 3-pointers. While that was great, Johnson continued to get to his spots in the second half and hit a number of nifty runners inside. On the flip side of the ball, Johnson’s strong on-ball defense forced a turnover on DeMar DeRozan with 16.9 seconds remaining in regulation. Overall, the 34-year-old’s aggressiveness was very important with Dwyane Wade out for just the sixth game this season. Johnson scored 12 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter and overtime period combined and also had five assists and four boards against Toronto. Luol Deng, meanwhile, totaled 20 points, five rebounds and two steals on the night. He also drilled a 3-pointer to tie the game at 97 and force overtime.

HEAT vs Raptors
HEAT vs Raptors
Jan. 22, 2016
LOSS: 101-81
Although he was initially declared out for the game at shootaround earlier in the day, Dwyane Wade ended up starting against the Raptors. It’s obviously a good thing that he did. The recently announced All-Star had a great first half, mixing things up with mid-range jumpers and patient drives to the hoop. Wade continued to attack as the game progressed and scored six points in the fourth quarter thanks to some sets he ran with Chris Bosh. The 34-year-old finished the game with 22 points and four assists on 50 percent shooting. Bosh, meanwhile, did the bulk of his damage in the second half and did everything he could to try and get the win. He hit some very difficult mid-range jumpers in addition to aggressive attacks to the rim. As a result, Bosh shot 6-of-10 after halftime and kept the Raptors guessing. In all, he scored 26 points and grabbed seven boards on the night.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
Dec. 18, 2015
LOSS: 108-94
On Friday night, Gerald Green connected on a number of tough, contested threes. One of those happened to be a four-point play in the second quarter when he nailed a three from the right corner despite being fouled by Cory Joseph. Green had 20 points on 7-of-15 shooting, including an amazing 5-of-10 from distance. Goran Dragic, meanwhile, aggressively attacked the rim and came through with some nifty finishes among the trees. Of course, he also had some thrilling fast break conversions. Throughout the game, the Slovenian also knocked down a few mid-range jumpers and fared well on the defensive end. Dragic ultimately finished the game with 18 points, five assists and a steal.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
Nov. 8, 2015
WIN: 96-76
After a relatively quiet first half, Chris Bosh made his presence felt in a big way down the stretch. He had a clutch stretch about midway through the fourth that included a nifty spin move to the rack in addition to back-to-back 3-pointers. Bosh was simply locked in at that point, as he scored 16 of his 23 points in the second half on 6-of-7 shooting. He also grabbed eight boards on the night. Hassan Whiteside, meanwhile, totaled 20 points and 11 boards (six offensive) to go along with his six blocks.

2014-15 Season vs Toronto

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
Apr. 11, 2015
LOSS: 107-104
While Wade had a slow start to the game, he picked it up in the second half. Wade aggressively drove to the hoop and often found space to operate on Saturday night. As a result, he got to the free-throw line a whopping 14 times. Wade scored 21 of his 30 points in the second half, as he did all he could to try and come away with the win. Wade also tallied six boards and five assists to go along with his 30 points. Once more, Hassan Whiteside made a huge difference down low on Saturday night. He got Jonas Valanciunas in foul trouble early on and caused fits for him throughout the game. He worked very hard on the glass and absorbed a lot of contact underneath from Toronto’s bigs. On the defensive end, Whiteside protected the rim extremely well and swatted six shots. Perhaps more impressive is that he kept his fouls to a minimum while still playing at a high level defensively. In addition to those blocks, Whiteside also tallied 16 points and 18 rebounds on the night. The HEAT fought very hard against the Raptors, but it wasn’t enough in the end. Toronto hit some very tough shots down the stretch, especially DeMar DeRozan. Both DeRozan and Lou Williams had the hot hand for Toronto and combined for 53 points. The backcourt duo of Wade and Goran Dragić nearly matched them, as Dragić scored 22 points on the night. Earlier in the game, Dragić was a one-man wrecking crew in transition.

Raptors vs HEAT
HEAT @ Raptors
Mar. 13, 2015
LOSS: 92-102
Despite the loss, Dwyane Wade had a solid outing against the Raptors. Wade relentlessly attacked the basket and got to the line often as a result. He also set up his teammates pretty well throughout the game. Later, Wade started to get hot from the perimeter, as he scored 10 points alone in the fourth quarter. In all, Wade shot 9-of-13 for 25 points and dished out four assists. After serving a one-game suspension, Hassan Whiteside returned to the starting lineup and did what he does best. Whiteside fought hard on the glass all night and gave Miami a few second-chance opportunities. Perhaps the most important part of his performance though was that he maintained his composure whenever he absorbed contact under the rim. Whiteside finished the game with nine points, 12 boards and three blocks. Even though they fell behind early on, the HEAT made a push in the fourth quarter to try and get the win. That’s nothing new, as we all know Miami simply never gives up. Wade led the charge and Goran Dragić also played well. Dragić did most of his damage in transition on Friday night and came through with plenty of tough finishes at the rim. Dragić had 18 points and five assists against Toronto.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
Nov. 2, 2014
WIN: 102-107
Chris Bosh led the way for the HEAT with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Dwyane Wade was extremely active on both ends of the court from the get-go against the Raptors. Wade flirted with a triple-double and ended up with 19 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists. He also swatted Jonas Valanciunas, a 7-footer, twice in the game. Luol Deng continued to remain aggressive and finished with 18 points, four boards and three assists.The HEAT had 22 assists in all, as they continually moved the ball to find the open man. Deng was the primary beneficiary of some great passes from Wade thanks to plenty of sharp cuts to the hoop. Every HEAT player that took the floor against the Raptors scored, and five guys were in double-figures.

2013-14 Season vs Toronto

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
Mar. 31, 2014
WIN: 83-93
The Miami HEAT defeated the Toronto Raptors 93-83 Monday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. LeBron James led the way for the HEAT with 32 points, eight assists and seven rebounds. Chris Bosh scored 11 of his 18 in the second half and also grabbed four rebounds. The HEAT closed the game on a 12-5 run behind the phenomenal energy from Chris Andersen on both ends and the continued great play from James and Bosh. Andersen scored seven of his 13 points in the fourth quarter. In total, he grabbed seven rebounds and blocked two shots. Miami made it very difficult for the Raptors to get up quality looks and made them work for every bucket.

Raptors vs HEAT
Raptors vs HEAT
Jan. 5, 2014
WIN: 97-102
LeBron James was back to his usual self, scoring a game-high 30 points and leading the Miami HEAT to a victory over the Toronto Raptors on Sunday. The HEAT trailed by many as nine in the second half before hanging on at the end. James also had five rebounds and four assists in 38 minutes. Forward Michael Beasley scored 17 points off the bench while Dwyane Wade added 14 points and nine rebounds. It was Wade's first time playing a back-to-back since mid-November.

HEAT @ Raptors
Nov. 29, 2013
WIN: 90-83
LeBron James scored 27 points, Dwyane Wade had 22 and the surging HEAT beat the Toronto Raptors 90-83. It didn't come easy for Miami, who watched a 20-point third-quarter lead whittled down to two points with less than five minutes to go in the fourth. Ray Allen and Michael Beasley each scored seven points and Chris Bosh fouled out with four points as the HEAT won their 13th straight over the Raptors and their seventh straight in Toronto.

HEAT @ Raptors
Nov. 5, 2013
WIN: 104-95
James scored a season-high 35 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. With a putback dunk at 2:31 of the first quarter, James became the fifth player in NBA history to score 10 points or more in 500 consecutive games. Dwyane Wade had 20 points and Ray Allen scored 14. Bosh was unavailable following the birth Monday of his daughter, Dylan Skye Bosh. Battier started in place of Bosh, who is expected to return when the HEAT host the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday. Toronto led 45-34 after Valanciunas made a hook shot at 4:56 of the second, but James scored seven points as the HEAT closed the half on a 18-5 run to take a 52-50 lead. Mario Chalmers hit a 3 with less than a second left, giving Miami the lead for the first time. Wade scored 10 points in the third and James had eight as the HEAT took a four-point lead into the final quarter.

2012-13 Season vs Toronto

HEAT @ Raptors
Mar 17, 2013
WIN: 108-91
The Miami HEAT tied the second-longest winning streak in NBA history at 22 games. Miami started their streak on February 3 in Toronto, and have yet to lose since. They were led by Dwyane Wade's 24 points and nine assists and LeBron James' 22 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists. Ray Allen scored 20 off the bench, including 16 in the fourth quarter, while ex-Raptor Chris Bosh added 18. The Raptors jumped out to tie the game at 77-77 with 11:07 in the fourth quarter, then Miami went on a decisive 28-4 run powered by Allen's 16 points for their biggest lead of the game of 24 points with just over four minutes left in the game at 105-81. That effectively slammed the door on a Toronto comeback.

HEAT @ Raptors
Feb 3, 2013
WIN: 100-85
Down by as many as eight points and a close game through the first three quarters, the HEAT broke free outscoring the Raptors 29-18 in the final frame. The HEAT were led by LeBron James' game-high 30 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, including seven of the last Miami points to close the game. Chris Bosh scored 22 of his 28 points in the second half for the HEAT, while Dwyane Wade added 23 points, five rebounds and five assists.

Raptors vs HEAT
Jan. 23, 2013
WIN: 116-123
Dwyane Wade scored a season-high 35 points, including eight in overtime. It was Wade who sparked a 13-0 run in the extra session after the Raptors had built a four-point lead. His night overshadowed a triple-double by LeBron James, who finished with 31 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds. Despite allowing 14 3-pointers, the HEAT's combination of James, Wade, Chris Bosh and Ray Allen were more than enough to compensate. Allen scored 18 points off the bench while Bosh contributed 12 points and 12 rebounds.

2011-12 Season vs Toronto

HEAT vs. Raptors
Apr. 18, 2012
WIN: 96-72
The Miami Heat defeated the Toronto Raptors as LeBron James led his team to a 96-72 victory Wednesday at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Heat clinched at the least the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

HEAT @ Raptors
Mar. 30, 2012
WIN: 113-101
The Miami Heat defeated the Toronto Raptors 113-101 on Friday night at a sold out Air Canada Centre, winning their seventh in a row against the Raptors. Miami started the game on a 20-6 run and had as large as a 14-point lead.

Raptors vs. HEAT
Feb. 5, 2012
WIN: 95-89
The Miami Heat shook off a slow start and defeated the Toronto Raptors 95-89 Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena. Forward LeBron James led all scorers with 30 points and guard Dwyane Wade added 25.

2010-11 Season vs Toronto

HEAT @ Raptors
Feb. 16, 2011
WIN: 103-95
There was little outstanding about the Miami HEAT's 103-95 victory over the Toronto Raptors Wednesday night. The HEAT did just enough, according to Erik Spoelstra, but sometimes just enough still warrants mentioning.

Raptors @ HEAT
Jan. 22, 2011
WIN: 120-103
Without Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, the HEAT snapped their losing streak and came away with a 120-103 home win over the Raptors on Saturday. LeBron James scored a game-high 38 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. Mike Miller broke out his biggest game of the season by far, with 24 of his 32 points in the first half.

Raptors @ HEAT
Nov 13, 2010
WIN: 109-100
Four days ago, the Miami HEAT were in complete control though two quarters against the Utah Jazz. Everything appeared to be in hand, and given how the HEAT had played in third quarters up to that point, all signs pointed to them pocketing another win.

2009-10 Season vs Toronto

Raptors @ HEAT
March 28, 2010
WIN: 97-94
The HEAT rallied from a 17-point deficit to defeat the Raptors 97-94 on Sunday night at home. Dwyane Wade posted 32 points, seven rebounds, six assists and five steals while Udonis Haslem added 23 points and six rebounds. The HEAT tied a season-high with five straight wins and are now a full game ahead of Charlotte for the sixth seed in the East.

HEAT @ Raptors
Jan 27, 2010
LOSS: 111-103
Dwyane Wade scored 35 points and dished out 10 assists as the HEAT came up short to the Raptors 111-103 Wednesday night in an Eastern Conference showdown in Toronto. Jermaine O'Neal added 22 points and eight rebounds, and Udonis Haslem came off the bench for a double-double of 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Raptors @ HEAT
Dec. 15, 2009
WIN: 115-95
Michael Beasley tied a career-high Tuesday night with 28 points as the HEAT defeated the Raptors 115-95 at American Airlines Area. Dwyane Wade and Dorell Wright scored 19 and 16 points, respectively. The HEAT remain at home to face the Magic on Thursday.

HEAT @ Raptors
Nov. 20, 2009
LOSS: 120-113
Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers scored 30 points apiece, but the Heat fell to the Raptors 120-113 in Toronto on Friday night. Michael Beasley added a double-double (21 points, 12 boards) while Jermaine O'Neal chipped in with 17. The Heat are in action again Sunday when they return home to take on the Hornets.

2008-09 Season vs Toronto

Raptors @ HEAT
March 06, 2009
WIN: 108-102
Dwayne Wade's 42 points led the HEAT to a 108-102 road victory Friday night in Toronto. Winning its second straight on the road for the first time since Jan. 28, Miami benefited from the ninth time this season, and 20th in his career, that Wade has scored at least 40 points. Over the last 15 games, he has averaged 32.6 points and 9.1 assists. Michael Beasley added 12 points against the Raptors.

Raptors @ HEAT
November 19, 2008
LOSS: 101-95
Dwyane Wade erupted for 25 of his 40 points in the second half as the HEAT erased a 17-point late third-quarter deficit to claim a one-point lead, but they were unable to hold on in Wednesday's 101-95 home loss to the Raptors. Wade also notched 11 assists and a career-high five blocks, while Shawn Marion added 20 points and 14 rebounds.

HEAT @ Raptors
November 16, 2008
LOSS: 107-96
Miami, which is 5-0 when limiting its opponents below 100 points, couldn't keep host Toronto under the century mark as it fell, 107-96, on Sunday. Dwyane Wade registered 29 points and eight assists for the HEAT, who visit the nation's capital on Tuesday to take on the Wizards.

2007-08 Season vs Toronto

HEAT @ Raptors
April 14, 2008
LOSS: 91-75
The HEAT led the playoff-bound Raptors by four points at the half Monday night, but Miami couldn't keep pace down the stretch and endured a 91-75 defeat at Air Canada Centre. Daequan Cook led the HEAT with 22 points while Chris Quinn chipped in 14. D-League Player of the Year Kasib Powell added six points and 10 rebounds.

HEAT @ Raptors
March 19, 2008
LOSS: 96-54
The HEAT fell into a double-digit deficit in the first quarter and never recovered, as they lost to the Raptors, 96-54, on Wednesday. Chris Quinn scored 14 points, Ricky Davis added 12 and Mark Blount 11.

HEAT vs. Raptors
March 5, 2008
LOSS: 108-83
Marcus Banks led with 21 points and both Ricky Davis and Dwyane Wade added 16, but the HEAT fell behind early and never recovered in Wednesday's 108-83 loss to the Raptors at AmericanAirlines Arena. Shawn Marion posted a team-high 14 rebounds.

HEAT vs. Raptors
Feb. 4, 2008
LOSS: 114-82
The shorthanded Heat fell behind early to the Toronto Raptors and could not recover in a 114-82 home loss Monday. Dorell Wright had a strong game with 17 points and eight rebounds.

2006-07 Season vs Toronto

HEAT vs. Raptors
April 3, 2007
WIN: 92-89
Shaquille O'Neal racked up 16 points and 12 rebounds and James Posey drained four free throws in the final minute to secure the HEAT's 92-89 victory over the visiting Raptors on Tuesday. Udonis Haslem added 16 points and nine rebounds, while Jason Kapono, who returned after missing 14 games with a sprained ankle, scored seven.

HEAT @ Raptors
March 28, 2007
LOSS: 96-83
Miami trimmed a 23-point deficit to as little as nine in the fourth quarter but drew no closer in a 96-83 loss Wednesday in Toronto. Shaquille O'Neal tallied 17 points and six rebounds, and Eddie Jones added 12 points. James Posey chipped in 10 rebounds and eight points. Alonzo Mourning's eight points tied him with Glenn Rice for the all-time franchise lead.

HEAT vs. Raptors
December 11, 2006
WIN: 99-77
Miami closed the first half on a big run and cruised after intermission for a 99-77 victory over the visiting Raptors on Monday. Dwyane Wade poured in 37 points on 13-for-21 shooting. Alonzo Mourning and James Posey scored a dozen points apiece.

2005-06 Season vs Toronto

HEAT vs. Raptors
April 11, 2006
WIN: 106-97
With Dwyane Wade feeling the effects of the flu, Antoine Walker and Shaquille O'Neal stepped in and picked up the slack in a 106-97 victory over Toronto. Walker scored a season-high 32, and Shaq tallied his first triple-double of the season, and second of his career, with 15 points, 11 rebounds and a career-high 10 assists. Derek Anderson scored 17, while Gary Payton and Udonis Haslem each added 15. Wade missed just his fifth game of the season.

HEAT @ Raptors
March 29, 2006
WIN: 98-94
The HEAT rallied from a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit for a 98-94 win Wednesday at Toronto, despite the absence of Shaquille O'Neal. Dwyane Wade scored 16 of his game-high 37 in the final quarter and put Miami on top for good with a pair of free throws with 30 seconds to play. Antoine Walker and Udonis Haslem added double-doubles. Shaquille O'Neal sat out with a hyperextended left knee.

HEAT vs. Raptors
Feb. 27, 2006
WIN: 101-94
Miami shot 60 percent from the floor on Monday in a 101-94 home victory over Toronto. Dwyane Wade scored 32 points on 15-for-19 shooting, while Shaquille O'Neal added 27 points, 11 rebounds, and three blocks. Antoine Walker chipped in 11 points and eight boards. With the win, the HEAT extended their winning streak to a season-high six straight games, while shooting over 50 percent in the last five games.

HEAT @ Raptors
Nov. 20, 2005
LOSS: 107-94
Despite a big game from Dwyane Wade, Miami couldn't stop the Raptors down the stretch and fell 107-94 Sunday in Toronto. Wade finished with 33 points, nine assists and eight rebounds, while Antoine Walker scored 15 for the HEAT.

2004-05 Season vs Toronto

HEAT vs. Raptors
Mar. 29, 2005
WIN: 103-91
Shaquille O'Neal scored 28 points in the HEAT's 103-91 victory over the Toronto Raptors to extend its franchise-record home winning streak to 17 games. The teams battled for three quarters before the HEAT took control. Eric Williams hit a 3-pointer at the 10:12 mark of the final frame to give the Raptors an 81-79 lead. Dwyane Wade's layup sparked a 15-2 run, part of a 24-7 run that helped Miami pull away for the win. The HEAT held the Raptors to 27.8 percent from the field on 5-for-18 shooting in the final quarter.

HEAT @ Raptors
Jan. 26, 2005
WIN: 111-96
Shaquille O'Neal busted out for 33 points and 18 rebounds, both game highs, in Miami's 111-96 win at Toronto on Wednesday. Eddie Jones added 23 points, Dwyane Wade had 16 and 10 assists and Rasual Butler scored 13 off the bench.

HEAT @ Raptors
Dec. 12, 2004
WIN: 106-98
Damon Jones scored nine of his 16 points in the fourth quarter as the HEAT overcame a three-point halftime deficit to beat the Raptors 106-98 Sunday in Toronto. Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O'Neal each scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds and Udonis Haslem added 17 points and eight boards for Miami.

HEAT vs. Raptors
Nov. 30, 2004
LOSS: 94-92
Toronto took the lead with 15 ticks left and Dwyane Wade's potential game-winning shot missed the mark at the buzzer in a 94-92 HEAT loss on Tuesday. Shaquille O'Neal busted loose for 34 points and 17 rebounds and Wade scored 22 for Miami.

2003-04 Season vs Toronto

HEAT vs. Raptors
March 2, 2004
LOSS: 89-86
Eddie Jones missed a potential game-tying 3-pointer at the buzzer for the HEAT, who lost 89-86 at home to Toronto on Tuesday. Lamar Odom pumped in a team-best 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, and Jones scored 18.

HEAT @ Raptors
Dec. 14, 2003
WIN: 90-89
Rookie Dwyane Wade hit a jump hook in the lane with 28 seconds remaining as the Miami HEAT edged the Toronto Raptors, 90-89, for just their second road victory of the season. The basket by Wade, who scored 23 points, put Miami ahead and the HEAT survived a flurry in the final seconds to improve to 8-15 on the year.

HEAT vs. Raptors
Nov. 29, 2003
WIN: 78-66
HEAT rookie Dwyane Wade scored 16 points to lead Miami past the visiting Toronto Raptors 78-66 at AmericanAirlines Arena. The win extended the team's current home winning streak to four games, while improving its record to 5-12 on the season. Eddie Jones added 12 points and Brian Grant chipped in with 10 points. Grant also pulled down 10 rebounds for his third double-double of the season. The HEAT are 21-9 overall versus Toronto, including a 13-3 mark at home. The 13-3 (.813) mark is the highest home winning percentage for the HEAT against any opponent and has extended its consecutive win streak over the Raptors to five straight. Miami swept the season series last year. The HEAT shot 41.9 percent from the field and out-rebounded Toronto 38-37. The HEAT's bench outscored the Raptors bench 29-14, led by Samkai Walker's nine points and eight points each from Rafer Alston and John Wallace.

2002-03 Season vs Toronto

HEAT @ Raptors
Apr. 15th, 2003
Miami completed a regular season sweep of Toronto in the HEAT's regular season finale, defeating the Raptors 103-99 at the Air Canada Centre. Rasual Butler led the HEAT with 19 points, followed by 15 points from Mike James and 13 points from LaPhonso Ellis. Malik Allen chipped in with 11 points to round out Miami's double-figure scorers. Ken Johnson led the HEAT in rebounding with 10 boards to go along with his eight points. The HEAT shot 47 percent from the field (40-of-85), 40 percent from the three-point line (6-of-15) and 85 percent from the free-throw line (17-of-20).

HEAT vs. Raptors
Apr. 8th, 2003
Brian Grant scored 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead the Miami HEAT to a 89-83 victory over the Toronto Raptors at AmericanAirlines Arena. Grant connected on 7-of-11 shot attempts and 2-of-2 from the charity stripe. It was his 31st doubledouble this season and 79th with the franchise. The win snaps a five game losing streak for the HEAT, who recorded its 24th win of the season. In addition to Grant, rookie Caron Butler scored 12 points, followed by 11 points from Rasual Butler and 10 points from LaPhonso Ellis. Vladimir Stepania led Miami in rebounding with 12 boards, while Anthony Carter recorded his fifth double-figure assist game with 10.

HEAT vs. Raptors
Mar. 21st, 2003
Caron Butler scored 22 points and the other Butler, Rasual added 18 points as the HEAT steamrolled the Toronto Raptors 107-98 at AmericanAirlines Arena. The win snapped a six-game home losing streak for Miami, who also got 18 points from Malik Allen off the bench. Brian Grant scored 12 points and pulled down 10 rebounds for his 28th double-double, while Sean Lampley chipped in with 11 points. The HEAT tied its season high of 33 points in the second quarter and went into halftime leading 55-45. Miami and Toronto played even in the third quarter and held off a late Raptors rally to record it first home win since defeating the Washington Wizards on March 2nd. Travis Best scored nine points and dished out eight assists as the HEAT got a season high 53 points from its bench. Miami shot 53 percent from the field on 43-of-80 shot attempts including six three-pointers (6-of-13). The 53 bench points was the most bench points scored by the HEAT since April 18, 2001, when they scored 54 points at Orlando.

HEAT @ Raptors
Dec. 20th, 2002
Rookie forward Caron Butler scored a game and career high 25 points on Friday, connecting on 8-of- 16 shot attempts from the field in leading the HEAT to a 97-77 win over the Toronto Raptors at the Air Canada Centre. Butler also connected on 9-of-10 from the free-throw line with six rebounds, three assists and three steals. His three steals extended his consecutive games streak with at least one steal to 21 games. Miami trailed by two points after the first quarter (25-23), but came out in the second to outscore Toronto 30-12 to take a 53-37 lead into halftime. Eddie Jones scored 15 of his 17 points in the first half to get Miami off to a fast start. In addition to Butler and Jones, the HEAT also got double-figure scoring from Travis Best (12 points), Brian Grant (11 points) and Mike James (11 points). Miami outrebounded Toronto 42-29 and dashed out to 27 fast-break points to the Raptors 8. The HEAT also dominated inside, scoring 44 points in the paint (Toronto 32). Former HEAT guard Voshon Lenard scored 19 points to lead Toronto, who lost for the seventh time in eight games.

Miami HEAT VS. Toronto Raptors

2002-03 Season
04/15/03 AWAY 103-99 W R. BUTLER - 19 PETERSON - 33
04/08/03 HOME 89-83 W GRANT - 16 A. WILLIAMS - 16
03/21/03 HOME 107-98 W C. BUTLER - 22 V. CARTER - 30
12/20/02 AWAY 97-77 W C. BUTLER - 25 LENARD - 19
2001-02 Season
03/27/02 AWAY 81-80 L STRICKLAND - 24 PETERSON - 21
03/08/02 HOME 83-74 L JONES - 22 DAVIS - 23
12/23/01 AWAY 83-76 L JACKSON - 12 V. CARTER - 27
10/31/01 HOME 97-92 W MOURNING - 25 V. CARTER - 20
2000-01 Season
04/13/01 AWAY 94-82 L A. CARTER - 17 V. CARTER - 27
03/27/01 HOME 101-92 L MASON - 23 V. CARTER - 38
02/15/01 AWAY 98-91 W HARDAWAY/JONES - 18 V. CARTER - 28
01/24/01 HOME 103-83 W MASON - 21 V. CARTER - 21
1999-00 Season
04/18/00 HOME 97-73 W A. CARTER - 17 V. CARTER - 17
01/28/00 AWAY 108-93 L MOURNING - 26 V. CARTER - 23
11/04/99 AWAY 97-86 L MOURNING - 18 CHRISTIE - 28
1998-99 Season
04/06/99 AWAY 92-70 W MOURNING - 20 McGRADY - 12
02/11/99 HOME 102-84 W HARDAWAY - 27 CHRISTIE - 20
1997-98 Season
04/10/98 AWAY 111-105 W HARDAWAY - 28 CHRISTIE - 26
02/15/98 AWAY 116-95 W MOURNING - 31 WALLACE - 27
11/22/97 HOME 108-104 W AUSTIN - 33 WALLACE - 28
10/31/97 HOME 114-101 W MASHBURN - 22 CHRISTIE/W. WILLIAMS - 18
1996-97 Season
04/05/97 HOME 98-84 W HARDAWAY - 20 STOUDAMIRE - 25
03/30/97 AWAY 102-97 L MOURNING - 27 STOUDAMIRE - 35
01/23/97 AWAY 99-87 W HARDAWAY - 26 WILLIAMS - 23
12/14/96 HOME 89-88 W MOURNING - 26 WILLIAMS - 18
1995-96 Season
03/08/96 HOME 109-79 W HARDAWAY - 23 ESPOSITO - 12
02/13/96 HOME 98-87 L MOURNING - 25 STOUDAMIRE - 29
12/03/95 AWAY 112-94 W MOURNING - 28 MILLER - 29


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