2018-19 Season vs Utah

HEAT vs Jazz
HEAT vs Jazz
Dec. 12, 2018
LOSS: 111-84
No matter what the deficit was, Rodney McGruder blocked out the noise and competed hard as usual. In all, McGruder tallied a team-high 16 points on 5-of-8 shooting, including 4-of-5 from deep, and also had four rebounds and a steal.

Jazz vs HEAT
Jazz vs HEAT
Dec. 2, 2018
WIN: 102-100
With the HEAT and Jazz trading blows in the fourth quarter, Dwyane Wade came up big down the stretch like he has time and time again throughout his illustrious career. After getting fouled by Rudy Gobert on an aggressive drive to the rim, Wade hit two clutch free throws to put Miami ahead for good with 3.2 seconds left. When it was all said and done, the 36-year-old vet tallied 15 points (seven in the fourth quarter), a season and game-high eight assists, three rebounds, one steal, one block and a game-high plus-21 rating.

2017-18 Season vs Utah

Jazz vs HEAT
Jazz vs HEAT
Jan. 7, 2018
WIN: 103-102
If you’ve watched enough HEAT games this season, you should know that Josh Richardson has had somewhat of a breakout year. Well, it’s time to add Sunday afternoon’s game to his list of notable performances. Against Utah, Richardson led Miami with seven points in the fourth quarter, including the game-winning bucket that put the HEAT up 103-102 with 5.1 seconds left. Of course, Richardson also did work on the defensive end and guarded multiple players throughout the contest. Down the stretch, the 24-year-old hung tough with Donovan Mitchell and forced him into a big turnover late. When it was all said and done, Richardson totaled 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting, a team-high seven assists, three rebounds, two steals and two blocks.

HEAT vs Jazz
HEAT vs Jazz
Nov. 10, 2017
WIN: 84-74
There are few players in the league who you can block out everything and get the job done in crunch time regardless of what’s happened earlier. Dion Waiters is one of those players. Despite a rough start, the 25-year-old had a hand in Miami’s final 15 points of the game, including an extremely difficult three to tie the game at 74. In addition to his team-high 21 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, Waiters also had two boards, an assist and a team-high plus-24 rating.

2016-17 Season vs Utah

HEAT vs Jazz
HEAT vs Jazz
Dec. 1, 2016
WIN: 111-110
After putting together a very balanced effort against the Nuggets, James Johnson simply went off against Utah. While the versatile forward was very explosive when attacking the rim through the first two quarters, he really impacted the game in the second half. In fact, Johnson tallied 14 points, four rebounds and three assists after halftime, as he created for his teammates, nailed two 3-pointers, converted a tip-in and had a monster slam over Rudy Gobert late in the fourth. On the flip side of the ball, Johnson forced Gordon Hayward into a few misses, including the potential game-winning jumper as time expired. To put it simply, the 29-year-old did a little bit of everything in what was his best performance in a HEAT uniform. Johnson finished with 24 points, six rebounds (three offensive), three assists and a steal.

Jazz vs HEAT
Jazz vs HEAT
Nov. 12, 2016
LOSS: 102-91
Despite the loss, James Johnson and Derrick Williams had solid outings for Miami. Johnson displayed excellent footwork and kept his man guessing when attacking off the dribble. He finished with 15 points on 6-of-7 shooting, four boards, four assists and a plus-two rating. Williams, meanwhile, started the second half at power forward after a nice spurt at the end of the second quarter. The 25-year-old ended up with 11 points on 5-of-8 shooting and four rebounds.

2015-16 Season vs Utah

HEAT vs Jazz
HEAT vs Jazz
Jan. 9, 2016
LOSS: 98-83
With Goran Dragic in some foul trouble and Dwyane Wade in the locker room due to an injury, Chris Bosh turned things up in the third quarter. He took advantage of his matchup with Jeff Withey and scored 11 of his 24 points in the third, including a stretch of 11 straight points that lasted until the beginning of the fourth. Bosh mixed up his approach with mid-range jumpers and aggressive drives to the rack against Utah. On the flip side of the ball, Bosh provided very good help-side defense against Gordon Hayward in the third. In all, the 31-year-old shot a very efficient 11-of-16 from the field and also grabbed seven boards.

Jazz vs HEAT
Jazz vs HEAT
Nov. 12, 2015
WIN: 92-91
While Chris Bosh knocked down a few of his usual jumpers, he mainly attacked the basket against the Jazz. He often took advantage of mismatches and blew by his man to get easy finishes to go. Bosh also made some great defensive plays, including a huge block on a Gordon Hayward dunk attempt and another on Alec Burks late in the fourth to preserve the lead. The vet shot 50 percent for his 25 points and had four assists and four blocks in addition to his eight rebounds.

Tyler Johnson, meanwhile, totaled two blocks on the night and continued his defensive pressure throughout the contest. More importantly though, he knocked down a clutch jumper thanks to an Hassan Whiteside screen to put Miami up 88-84 with 38.1 seconds to play. In all, Johnson totaled 17 points, four rebounds and three assists to go along with his two blocks against Utah.

2014-15 Season vs. Utah

HEAT @ Jazz
Jazz vs HEAT
Dec. 17, 2014
LOSS: 105-87
After a great performance Tuesday night against the Nets, Dwyane Wade picked up right where he left off. Once more, Wade was deadly with the pull-up, mid-range jumper and got off to a quick start. He also got to the free-throw line quite often thanks to aggressive drives and crafty post-ups. In all, Wade scored 42 points on 12-of-19 shooting, including 16-of-21 from the charity stripe, grabbed four boards and dished out three assists. Chris Andersen had his first start in a HEAT uniform and lead the team in rebounds with nine.

HEAT @ Jazz
HEAT @ Jazz
Dec. 12, 2014
WIN: 100-95
Dwyane Wade had a great performance against a team he’s had success against throughout his career. Wade was very aggressive driving to the hoop in the first half and also set up his teammates well. In the second half, Wade started to attack from the perimeter and hit some nice pull-up jumpers. Perhaps most importantly, Wade sank three clutch free throws down the stretch to help the team win. In all, Wade scored a season-high 29 points on 10-of-16 shooting and dished out seven assists. Bosh had a good outing against the Jazz and finished with 22 points and nine boards. Justin Hamilton scored a career-high nine points on Friday night.

2013-14 Season vs. Utah

HEAT @ Jazz
HEAT @ Jazz
Feb 8, 2014
LOSS: 89-94
The Miami HEAT fell to the Utah Jazz Saturday night to snap their three-game winning streak. Dwyane Wade led the way for the HEAT with 19 points, including eight in the fourth quarter, six rebounds and two assists. LeBron James and Chris Bosh each finished with 13 points and seven rebounds. Ray Allen and Norris Cole each had 12 points off the bench.

Jazz vs HEAT
Dec. 16, 2013
WIN: 94-117
In the third quarter, LeBron James lost his headband and turned his left ankle. Neither slowed him for long. James finished with 30 points, nine rebounds and nine assists despite getting an extended break after tweaking the ankle, Dwyane Wade added 27 points and the Miami Heat beat the Utah Jazz 117-94 on Monday night. It was the best shooting night in team history, Miami connecting on 63.4 percent of its shots. Chris Bosh scored 20 points for the HEAT, who moved within two games of Indiana for the East lead. Miami hosts the Pacers on Wednesday. Norris Cole scored 13 points and Mario Chalmers finished with 12 for Miami.

2012-13 Season vs. Utah

HEAT @ Jazz
Jan. 14, 2013
LOSS: 97-104
The Jazz held on while weathering a LeBron James storm, and beat the HEAT 104-97. James had 32 points on 13-for-19 shooting and added six assists, four rebounds and three steals. Chris Bosh had 16 points despite playing less than two minutes in the fourth quarter. Dwyane Wade didn't play at all in the fourth and had 11 points and five rebounds.

Jazz vs HEAT
Dec. 22, 2012
WIN: 89-105
The HEAT were in control for the most part despite playing without center Chris Bosh, who was out because of flu-like symptoms. The HEAT opted for a small lineup, starting Udonis Haslem at center and Shane Battier at power forward. The move by coach Erik Spoelstra worked perfectly as the HEAT used a quicker pace to their advantage. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade picked up the scoring load, finishing with 30 and 21 points, respectively. After Wade kept the team afloat in the first half, James scored 12 points in the pivotal third quarter when the Heat were able to take control.

2011-12 Season vs. Utah

HEAT @ Jazz
Mar. 2, 2012
LOSS: 98-99
LeBron James played on a level that only he can, leading a furious fourth-quarter charge, and had a chance to win the game on its last possession. But instead of attempting a potentially game-winning shot, he passed to teammate Udonis Haslem, who missed as time expired and the HEAT fell short. Utah point guard Devin Harris, instead of James, provided the game-winning points as he converted a three-point play with 4.5 seconds remaining to lift the Jazz to a 99-98 win over the HEAT. Utah led by as many as 18 in the third quarter, fell behind by three in the final minute, and then pulled out the dramatic victory. Miami had won nine straight games by double digits, the second-longest streak in league history.

2010-11 Season vs. Utah

Jazz @ HEAT
Nov. 9, 2010
LOSS: 116-114
The Miami HEAT had this one in the bag. Up 19 at the half and eight with 37.3 seconds to play, this had all the makings of the standard NBA formula. Utah, shooting below 30 percent for much of the first half, would make their eventual run as the percentages returned to the mean. They would close the lead to five or six, expend most of their energy, and then the home team would counter and run away with it, perhaps with a triple-double performance like LeBron James' (20 points, 14 assists, 11 rebounds) leading the way.

2009-10 Season vs. Utah

HEAT @ Jazz
Jan 11, 2010
LOSS: 118-89
Michael Beasley scored 20 points and Dwyane Wade added 13 as the HEAT fell to the hot-shooting Jazz 118-89 Monday night in Salt Lake City. Rafer Alston had 11 points and Udonis Haslem led the reserves with six points and 12 rebounds. The entire bench played, contributing 31 points.

2008-09 Season vs. Utah

Jazz @ HEAT
March 14, 2009
WIN: 140-129
In a triple-overtime thriller the Heat beat the Jazz 140-129 at home on Saturday. Early in the third quarter Dwyane Wade's dunk on the break moved him past Alonzo Mourning as the leading All-Time Scorer for the HEAT. Wade also tied his career high ending the game with 50 points and Jermaine O'Neal added 28.

HEAT @ Jazz
Dec. 3, 2008
WIN: 93-89
Dwyane Wade posted 12 of his 23 points in the second half to help the HEAT hold off the Jazz and close out their five-game road swing with a 93-89 victory on Wednesday. Shawn Marion added 15 points as six Miami players scored in double figures.

2007-08 Season vs. Utah

HEAT vs. Jazz
Dec. 22, 2007
WIN: 104-102
The Jazz fought back into the game to take a two-point lead in the final minute, but Dwyane Wade, who finished with 20 points and six assists, buried a game-winning buzzer-beater to lift the HEAT to a thrilling 104-102 triumph over the visiting Jazz on Saturday.

HEAT @ Jazz
Dec. 03, 2007
LOSS: 110-101
Dwyane Wade poured in 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, but Miami came up short down the stretch against Utah on Monday. Ricky Davis hit two free throws to make it 94-92 with 3:44 left, but the HEAT could get no closer.

2006-07 Season vs. Utah

HEAT vs. Jazz
March 13, 2007
WIN: 88-86
Antoine Walker scored all 13 of his points in the final frame to help the HEAT overcome a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit and earn an 88-86 victory, their seventh straight, over the visiting Jazz on Tuesday. Eddie Jones' free throws with 52.2 seconds left in the game provided the final margin. Jason Williams had 15 points, and Shaquille O'Neal added 13 and nine rebounds.

HEAT @ Jazz
January 13, 2007
WIN: 119-110
The HEAT extended their longest winning streak of the season to four games with a 119-110 victory over the Utah Jazz on Saturday, getting within two games of .500 with one game left on a long Western Conference road trip. "We're playing with a lot of confidence. We've got our so-called swagger back," said Dwyane Wade, who led the HEAT with 32 points and 10 assists. Wade made 21 of 23 free throws and Miami improved to 4-1 on its six-game trip, which concludes Monday against the Los Angeles Lakers. The Heat are also 4-2 since Ron Rothstein took over as interim coach for Pat Riley.

2005-06 Season vs. Utah

HEAT vs. Jazz
March 14, 2006
WIN: 121-83
The HEAT erupted for 41 first-quarter points and cruised to their 12th win in 13 games, 121-83 over visiting Utah on Tuesday. Dwyane Wade scored 19 of his 25 points in the opening period and added six rebounds and six assists. Alonzo Mourning led four other teammates in double figures with a season-high 19 points. Miami shot 57 percent from the field and outscored the Jazz from the foul line 42-6.

HEAT @ Jazz
Jan. 14, 2006
WIN: 100-94
Dwyande Wade continued to spark the HEAT since returing from a bruised shin, scoring 13 of a game-high 31 points in the fourth quarter to lead Miami to its fourth straight win, a 100-94 victory Saturday in Utah. Wade also tallied eight assists and eight rebounds. James Posey scored 17 points and grabbed nine boards, and Shaquille O'Neal added 12 and 14 for the HEAT.

2004-05 Season vs. Utah

HEAT @ Jazz
Dec. 6, 2004
WIN: 100-80
Miami led by 20 points after three quarters and cruised to a 100-80 win at Utah on Monday. Dwyane Wade's 23 points led the HEAT, and Damon Jones scored 21, hitting 7-of-11 from beyond the arc. With 13 rebounds Shaquille O'Neal surpassed 10,000 on his career.

HEAT vs. Jazz
Nov. 19, 2004
WIN: 107-105
Dwyane Wade's buzzer beater shot at the end of overtime gave the HEAT a 107-105 victory and their first win against a Western Conference opponent. The game see-sawed back and forth in the first quarter with each team scoring just 15 points apiece going into the second quarter. The Jazz took a seven point lead halfway through the frame, but the HEAT responded win a 16-10 run to fall within one point going into the half. Utah broke the game open to begin the third with a 17-7 run, taking an 11 point lead and a seven point lead into the fourth quarter. The HEAT shot 60.0% from the field and made three of four three-pointers in the fourth to fight back from as many as nine points to tie the game with just 35.5 seconds left. Carlos Arroyo hit two free throws with 4.8 seconds remaining to give the Jazz a two point advantage, but Dwyane Wade was fouled with just one second remaining in regulation. Wade, who struggled from the line up to that point, hit both shots to send the game into overtime. Wade scored 17 of his career-high 39 points in that quarter. In the extra period, Miami went ahead by as many as six points before Utah responded and tied the game with 4.5 seconds to go. With 0.1 seconds remaining, Wade hit a 20-foot jumper as the buzzer sounded to give the HEAT the victory. In addition to his career-high points, Wade's 15 free throws made (out of 21) also marks a career-high. Shaquille O'Neal recorded a double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds. Damon Jones and Malik Allen came off the bench to score 11 and 10 points, respectively. Utah was led by Carlos Boozer's 25 points. The Jazz out-rebounded the HEAT 52-41, and the HEAT made just 22 of 44 (.412) free throws.

2003-04 Season vs. Utah

HEAT @ Jazz
February 17th, 2004
WIN: 97-85
Miami built up a 13-point halftime lead behind 16 of Dwyane Wade's 31 points en route to a 97-85 win Tuesday at home over Utah. Rasual Butler added 15 points and Rafer Alston tallied 13 for the HEAT.

HEAT @ Jazz
January 15th, 2004
LOSS: 97-85
Utah forward Andrei Kirilenko scored 15 of his game-high 26 points in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's contest with the HEAT, in leading his team to a 97-85 victory at the Delta Center. Kirilendo and Raul Lopez (13-points) scored 25 of Utah's 33 fourth quarter points, outscoring Miami by 12 points (33-21) to secure the victory. The score was tied after three quarters at 64-64. Utah shot a sizzling 50.8 percent from the field after connecting on 32-of-63 shot attempts. Utah also out-rebounded the HEAT 37-33. In addition to Kirilenko and Lopez, the Jazz also got double-figure scoring from DeShawn Stevenson (12 points), Greg Ostertag (11 points) and Aloksandar Pavlovic (11 points). Miami was led by Eddie Jones' 18 points and Lamar Odom's 14 points.

2002-03 Season vs. Utah

HEAT vs. Jazz
Mar. 10th, 2003
Caron Butler scored 19 of his 24 points on Monday in the third quarter, but no other HEAT player reached double figures,
as Miami fell to the Utah Jazz 83-73 at AmericanAirlines Arena. It was the eighth loss in 10 games for the HEAT, who has now dropped four straight at home. Miami shot just 32 percent from the field on 27-of-82 shot attempts and an even dismal mark from the three-point arc, connecting on just four with 24 attempts. HEAT guards Travis Best (3-of-13 FG), Rasual Butler (2-of-15 FG) and Mike James (3-of-12 FG) combined to shoot 8-of-40 from the field and 1-of-17 from three-point land. Miami trailed 39-30 at halftime and fell behind by as many as 15 points in third quarter. With 7:21 left in the period and the Jazz leading 48-41, HEAT head coach Pat Riley was whistled for two technical fouls and was ejected after Brian Grant was called for his fourth personal foul. Utah opened up a 15-point advantage by the 2:10 mark and never looked back.

HEAT @ Jazz
Jan. 10th, 2003
Utah forward Matt Harpring scored 31 points on 13-of-19 shooting from the field, including 2-of-3 from the three-point line and 3-of-3 from the free-throw line, in leading the Utah Jazz to a 92-76 win over the HEAT. Harpring also led the Jazz with seven rebounds and three steals. Karl Malone added 19 points for Utah and the only other Jazz player to reach double-figures. Caron Butler and Rasual Butler led the HEAT in scoring with 19 and 18 points respectively. For Rasual Butler, it was his first NBA start and for the HEAT, the second five game losing streak of the season. Once again, playing without the starting backcourt tandem of Eddie Jones (HEAT leading scorer) and Travis Best, Miami scored only 76 points for the second consecutive game and dropped to 0-4 on this five game road trip. Utah shot a sizzling 51.5 percent on 34-of-66 shot attempts. Brian Grant added 16 points and Sean Lampley chipped in with 13 points off the bench to round out Miami's double-figure scorers.

Miami HEAT
Utah Jazz

2001-02 Season
01/28/02 A 101-89 L STRICKLAND - 16 RUSSEL - 20
12/18/01 H 95-56 L JONES - 12 MALONE/MARSHALL - 21
2000-01 Season
12/01/00 H 94-92 L JONES - 25 K. MALONE - 27
11/10/00 A 87-80 W GRANT - 21 K. MALONE - 28
1999-00 Season
01/13/00 A 93-83 L MOURNING - 27 RUSSELL - 19
12/22/99 H 74-72 W MOURNING - 17 K. MALONE - 21
1998-99 Season
A 03/23/99 84-81 L HARDAWAY - 30 K. MALONE - 23
1997-98 Season
02/24/98 A 104-102 W LENARD/MOURNING - 20 K. MALONE - 26
12/16/97 H 103-95 L HARDAWAY - 21 K. MALONE - 29
1996-97 Season
01/04/97 A 83-80 L LENARD/MOURNING.- 18 K. MALONE - 28
12/19/96 H 94-87 L HARDAWAY - 24 K. MALONE - 35
1995-96 Season
01/08/96 A 94-92 L MOURNING - 22 K. MALONE - 32
12/16/95 H 83-74 L GAMBLE - 20 K. MALONE - 30
1994-95 Season
03/12/95 H 96-86 L RICE - 25 K. MALONE - 28
11/04/94 A 119-108 L SMITH/RICE - 19 HORNACEK - 21
1993-94 Season
01/07/94 A/td> 110-104 W RICE - 27 STOCKTON - 22
11/17/93 H 115-111 L SEIKALY - 24 K. MALONE - 30
1992-93 Season
01/12/93 A 125-122 L RICE - 31 K. MALONE - 30
12/23/92 H 92-86 L RICE - 18 K. MALONE - 23
1991-92 Season
A 12/28/91 128-103 L SMITH - 19 K. MALONE - 38
11/19/91 H 111-91 W SEIKALY - 23 K. MALONE - 25
1990-91 Season
01/02/91 A 112-104 L RICE - 26 K. MALONE - 40
H 12/23/90 99-93 W DOUGLAS - 23 K. MALONE - 25
1989-90 Season
03/05/90 H 105-104 W SEIKALY - 25 K. MALONE - 32
12/30/89 A 117-98 L RICE - 19 K. MALONE - 33
1988-89 Season
03/17/89 A 118-96 L THOMPSON - 15 K. MALONE - 31
03/03/89 H 107-95 L WASHINGTON - 15 K. MALONE - 34
02/07/89 A 96-77 L LONG/SPARROW - 14 K. MALONE - 26
01/10/89 H 92-88 L SEIKALY - 30 K. MALONE - 29
12/23/88 H 101-80 W SPARROW - 19 K. MALONE - 32
12/12/88 A 110-94 L SEIKALY - 19 K. MALONE - 33



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