2018-19 Season vs Washington

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
March 23, 2019
WIN: 113-108
With this being a very important game for the HEAT as they push for the playoffs, Dwyane Wade brought the necessary intensity and focus needed to come away victorious. And while he led the team with 11 points on 5-of-7 shooting in the fourth thanks to crafty finishes inside and tough outside shots, he also had an important steal on Troy Brown Jr. during the flurry. In all, Wade led Miami with 20 points on 9-of-16 shooting to go along with nine boards, five assists and that aforementioned steal.

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
Jan. 4, 2019
WIN: 115-109
From the start, Hassan Whiteside used his strength advantage inside to convert his first five shots of the contest. Naturally, Whiteside also came through with his usual array of put-back jams and nifty hook-shots in the paint. When it was all said and done, the 7-footer led the HEAT with 21 points on 9-of-13 shooting, 18 boards and two blocks.

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
Nov. 10, 2018
LOSS: 116-110
While Rodney McGruder had a solid first half, he really got hot in the third quarter and scored 13 points on 5-of-7 shooting in the period, including a finish in transition thanks to an impressive adjustment midair. When it was all said and done, McGruder amassed a career-high 22 points on 8-of-14 shooting, including 3-of-6 from deep, two boards and two assists.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
Oct. 18, 2018
WIN: 113-112
After setting a career-high with 21 field goal attempts against the Magic the night prior, Josh Richardson kept up his aggressive approach and made the Wizards pay quite often. In particular, J. Rich went off in the fourth with 13 points on 4-of-7 shooting. On the flip side of the ball, the 25-year-old guarded multiple guys, including John Wall a lot down the stretch. In addition to his game-high 28 points thanks to a game-high five triples, Richardson also amassed five assists, four rebounds, one steal and one block.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
Oct. 5, 2018
LOSS: 121-114
Justise Winslow kicked things off with an and-one finish in transition and never looked back. From there, the 22-year-old continued to be aggressive and attacked the basket with purpose. In fact, Winslow led all players with eight free throw attempts and made all but one of them. On the flip side of the ball, Winslow did his usual damage and made things tough on Otto Porter Jr., Bradley Beal and John Wall on a handful of possessions. In addition to his 17 points on 4-of-7 shooting, including 2-of-4 from deep, Winslow also accumulated four rebounds, an assist and a steal.

2017-18 Season vs Washington

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
March 10, 2018
WIN: 129-102
From the opening tip, Washington simply had no answer for James Johnson, as the burly forward kicked things off with an aggressive one-handed jam and never looked back. As the game progressed, JJ remained in attack mode and bullied his way inside. On the flip side of the ball, Johnson did his thing against Markieff Morris, Mike Scott and even Bradley Beal on a few possessions. So yeah, he pretty much did it all. Johnson led the HEAT with 20 points on 8-of-9 shooting and also amassed five assists and two rebounds.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
March 6, 2018
LOSS: 117-113 (OT)
There’s nothing quite like Dwyane Wade in crunch time. With Miami in an uphill battle all evening, Wade really went to work late and tallied 11 points and three assists in the fourth quarter and overtime period combined. The 36-year-old led the team with 22 points and six assists.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
Nov. 17, 2017
WIN: 91-88
With Washington trying to mount a comeback in the fourth quarter, Hassan Whiteside answered the call and made sure Miami came out ahead. In fact, the 7-footer scored 11 points in the period and took advantage of Jason Smith quite often. That said, his best play of the night came on a superb and-one alley-oop over Marcin Gortat. On the flip side of the ball, Whiteside was extremely active and affected plenty of shots at the rim. In addition to his team-high 22 points on 10-of-12 shooting and two blocks, the 28-year-old also led the team with 16 rebounds.

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
Nov. 15, 2017
LOSS: 102-93
With Miami trailing by 12 entering the third quarter, Goran Dragić and Dion Waiters went to work. In fact, the duo combined for 15 points in the period (all off 3-pointers) and helped give the HEAT a 74-71 lead entering the fourth. In that final period, Dragić went right at Tim Frazier with some shots in the post early on, while Waiters came through with a tough drive. Waiters finished with 19 points, five assists and a team-high plus-five rating. Dragić, meanwhile, tallied four rebounds and two assists to go along with his team-high 21 points on 9-of-17 shooting.

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
October 11, 2017
WIN: 117-115
While there are so many familiar faces on the HEAT, one guy that everyone wants to know more about is Bam Adebayo. Luckily enough, he ingratiated himself with HEAT Nation in the game against the Wizards. From tough hook shots inside to some massive jams, Adebayo sent a message home loud and clear. The 20-year-old led the team with 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting and also had two boards.

2016-17 Season vs Washington

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
April 12, 2017
WIN: 110-102
To put it simply, Hassan Whiteside kicked off the game with an alley-oop jam and never looked back. Early on, the big fella feasted inside against the smaller Marcin Gortat and also nailed a few mid-range jumpers for good measure. Of course, he also was active on the offensive glass. Whiteside finished with 24 points on 10-of-17 shooting, 18 rebounds (five offensive), two blocks and a team-high plus-10 rating.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
April 8, 2017
WIN: 106-103
After starting off slowly in his past two outings, Hassan Whiteside put that to rest in a hurry with a sharp first half against the Wizards. Throughout the first two quarters, the big fella wreaked havoc on both sides of the ball, as his stout defense led to opportunities in transition for his teammates. Not to mention, he finished a bunch of hook shots inside over Marcin Gortat. While that was great, Whiteside continued to play well in the second half and absorbed a lot of contact inside. In fact, he led the team with nine points in the fourth, including a clutch hook shot that put Miami up 102-100 with 1:01 left. That said, his most impactful play of the night came on the defensive end. With 5.8 seconds remaining in the contest, Whiteside switched onto Bradley Beal, stayed with the guard on the perimeter and swatted his shot to seal the deal for the HEAT. In short, it was a fantastic all-around performance from the 27-year-old. In addition to his 30 points on 12-of-19 shooting, Whiteside also grabbed 12 boards (five offensive), blocked three shots, dished out two assists and swiped two steals.

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
Dec. 12, 2016
WIN: 112-101
From the very beginning, Goran Dragić was just in another gear against Washington. While he mixed things up offensively throughout the night, he did damage from the perimeter. About midway through the second quarter, Dragić calmed things down for Miami and got the team back on track offensively. In fact, the point guard tallied 12 points and two assists in the period, as he helped give the HEAT a 59-53 lead entering halftime. After missing most of the third due to foul trouble, Dragić made up for it with a fantastic fourth quarter where he led the team with 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting. In short, it was just his night. In addition to his 34 points on 14-of-23 shooting, the Slovenian also had five rebounds and five assists.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
Nov. 19, 2016
WIN: 114-111
From the beginning, Goran Dragić looked to push the pace and attack the rim at nearly every avenue. As a result, he shot 6-of-8 from the charity stripe and kept the pressure on Washington. That said, Dragić also knocked down a few shots from the perimeter, both off the dribble and off catch-and-shoot opportunities. Dragić finished with 22 points on 7-of-14 shooting, six assists and three boards.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
Oct. 4, 2016
WIN: 106-95
Hassan Whiteside was simply in a different gear against the Wizards. Early on, the 27-year-old dominated in the paint, in large part due to his ability to set effective screens. Otherwise in the contest, the former Marshall standout knocked down a few jumpers, ran the floor well for a great finish in transition and protected the rim. In addition to his 20 points on 9-of-12 shooting, Whiteside also led the team with 13 rebounds and three blocks.

2015-16 Season vs Washington

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
Feb. 20, 2016
WIN: 114-94
For the second night in a row, Miami pushed tempo and got into its offense quicker. That should come as no surprise with Goran Dragic running the show. The Slovenian got out in transition at nearly every opportunity and converted some easy finishes at the rim. He also did damage off the dribble in the half court, which kept Washington on its heels. Whether it was aggressive drives to the basket or smooth step-back jumpers, Dragic was simply locked-in. While Dragic was a focal point in the HEAT’s quicker attack, Josh McRoberts was a factor too. McRoberts played some point-forward early on and dazzled with some excellent handles and nifty passes. He finished with three points, three boards, three assists and a plus-19 rating against the Wizards. Hassan Whiteside, meanwhile, totaled 25 points and 23 rebounds (eight offensive) to become the first HEAT player to ever tally a 20-point, 20-rebound game off the bench.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
Jan. 20, 2016
LOSS: 106-87
While Miami was down a number of key contributors, Luol Deng had a strong performance. With Washington up double-digits early, Deng responded and went on a personal 8-0 run to close out the first quarter and bring the HEAT within four points. Later, the former Blue Devil opened the second half pretty well with a corner three and a free throw after craftily drawing a foul on a mid-range jumper. Throughout the contest, Deng moved very well off the ball and put pressure on the defense. In all, the vet had 16 points and eight rebounds on 5-of-11 shooting, including 3-of-3 from downtown. Unfortunately, Deng left the game late in the fourth quarter after getting poked in the right eye. Otherwise in the contest, Jarnell Stokes made his HEAT debut and scored four points.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT vs Wizards
Jan. 3, 2016
WIN: 97-75
For a majority of the game, Chris Bosh attacked off the pick-and-pop and pick-and-roll. He continued to show his budding chemistry with Goran Dragic and also worked well with Beno Udrih. Thanks to Bosh’s balanced approach, he put a lot of pressure on Washington’s defense and shot 8-of-15 from the field. While 13 of his 23 points came in the first half, Bosh scored seven straight points to start the fourth and essentially ice the game. In addition to his 23 points, Bosh also grabbed seven rebounds and dished out three assists in the contest. The complexion of the game changed in the second quarter when the HEAT locked in defensively. Thanks to that suffocating defense by Miami, Washington scored just seven points in the period. In all, the HEAT forced the Wizards to shoot just 34.1 percent.

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
Dec. 7, 2015
LOSS: 114-103
With the HEAT down in the second quarter, Dwyane Wade went right at Otto Porter and scored 10 of his 26 points on 4-of-4 shooting in the period. He aggressively attacked the rim and hit a number of floaters. Wade carried that over into the third quarter, where he started to convert from the perimeter. He converted midrange jumpers, bank-shots from just outside the paint and baseline splashdowns. In short, he was in the zone. While Wade led the team in scoring, he also dished out some great feeds to his teammates. He shot an extremely efficient 12-of-15 for his 26 points, dished out nine assists and grabbed seven boards. Goran Dragic, meanwhile, kept up his torrid play of late and did a little bit of everything against the Wizards. He pushed tempo as usual, but also relentlessly attacked the basket in the half court. Late in the fourth quarter, Dragic nailed a corner three and threw a perfect bounce pass to Wade on the break to narrow the gap to three with 4:06 left. As a whole, the backcourt duo combined for 18 assists on the night. While Miami ultimately fell short, it was still great to see Wade and Dragic continue to develop their chemistry. The point guard finished the game with 20 points on 7-of-12 shooting, nine assists and three rebounds.

Wizards vs HEAT
Wizards vs HEAT
Oct. 21, 2015
WIN: 110-105
Gerald Green provided Miami with a much-needed jolt off the bench. As has been the case for a majority of the preseason, the vet scored in bunches. He mixed it up with mid-range jumpers off pin downs, 3-pointers in transition and drives to the hoop. On the defensive end, Green came away with a nice steal on Otto Porter and an even better block on a Drew Gooden jump shot in the second quarter. His best sequence of the night though came about midway through the fourth quarter when he sank back-to-back 3-pointers to give the HEAT a 96-95 lead. Green led Miami with 28 points on 8-of-14 shooting and nine boards. Also, Tyler Johnson showed a lot of toughness against the Wizards and played well on both ends. In particular, he had a few heads-up steals from behind as Washington was bringing the ball up court in transition. Additionally, Johnson continued to be one of Miami’s most consistent jump shooters and tallied 14 points, including 2-of-3 from downtown.

2014-15 Season vs Washington

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT @ Wizards
Mar. 6, 2015
LOSS: 97-99
Both Goran Dragić and Shabazz Napier had great performances against the Wizards. Dragić pushed the tempo often in the third quarter and got the HEAT back in the game. Dragić scored 12 of his 18 points in the third, but had to exit the game with a lower back contusion after he took a hard fall on a drive to the hoop. In addition to his 18 points, Dragić also tallied seven assists and five boards. Napier, meanwhile, also got hot in the third, as he hit three consecutive 3-pointers late in the quarter. In all, Napier drained four threes and finished with 16 points and four assists. Michael Beasley took over down the stretch, as he scored all 13 of his points in the fourth quarter. At the start of the fourth, he hit a few shots from the perimeter which allowed him to get into a rhythm. From there, he started to take it to the rack. Beasley had a chance to tie the game at the buzzer, but he wasn’t able to get the shot off in time. It was a tall task for the HEAT without Dwyane Wade, Luol Deng or Mario Chalmers. Still, the team made a valiant comeback, after falling behind by 35 points, and nearly eked out the win. Miami made a strong push in the third quarter thanks to a 25-5 run.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT @ Wizards
Dec. 19, 2014
LOSS: 105-103
After torching the Jazz for 42 points in his last outing, Dwyane Wade had a solid performance once more on Friday night. After attacking from the perimeter at the start, Wade started to will his way to the basket in the final quarter. Wade scored 21 of his 28 points in the second half and finished the game with eight assists and four rebounds. Udonis Haslem came through with a gutsy performance against the Wizards hitting a few vintage, mid-range jumpers and also had a nice and-one in the second quarter. In all, Haslem scored a season-high 11 points on a perfect 5-of-5 from the field and grabbed four rebounds. Mario Chalmers also came out pretty aggressive and made some smart decisions with the ball. Chalmers was an efficient 4-of-9 shooting and finished with 14 points. Hassan Whiteside saw a little over 15 minutes of action and made his first appearance in the second quarter on Friday night. He showed some flashes and finished with six points, seven boards and a blocked shot.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT @ Wizards
Dec. 1, 2014
LOSS: 86-107
Despite the loss, Chris Bosh led the way for the HEAT with 21 points and eight rebounds. Bosh primarily attacked from the perimeter, but mixed it up as the game wore on. For the second-consecutive night, McRoberts played well finishing the night with eight points, four rebounds and four assists. Dwyane Wade has been very sharp from mid-range since returning to the starting lineup Sunday night. Wade hit his first five shots against the Wizards and finished the game 9-of-13 shooting for 20 points. Hassan Whiteside made his HEAT debut in the fourth quarter.

HEAT vs Wizards
Wizards vs HEAT
Oct. 29, 2014
WIN: 95-107
Chris Bosh had 26 points and 15 rebounds, Norris Cole scored a career-high 23 points after winning Miami's starting point-guard job, and the HEAT pulled away late to beat the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night. Dwyane Wade added 21 points for Miami, 12 of those down the stretch after he briefly departed with a calf injury. Luol Deng added 12 for Miami, which finished with a 44-36 rebounding edge. The HEAT led by nine with about 9 minutes left, helped in part by a spectacular three-point play by rookie James Ennis - who took off from about midway down the paint, elevated over Rasual Butler and threw down a dunk while getting fouled. A layup by fellow rookie Shabazz Napier made it 84-75, before the Wizards came right back. Washington peeled off eight straight points, with Otto Porter making a pair of jumpers that helped get the Wizards within one. But 3-pointers from Cole and Mario Chalmers helped Miami pull away for good.

2013-14 Season vs Washington

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT @ Wizards
Apr. 14, 2014
LOSS: 93-114
With a nod toward playoff preparation over seeding, the Miami HEAT faced the Washington Wizards without LeBron James and Chris Bosh. The HEAT's loss clinched the top seed and home-court advantage throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs for the idle Indiana Pacers. Michael Beasley led the HEAT with 18 points. Toney Douglas had 14 points, while Ray Allen and James Jones chipped in 13 and 11 respectively for Miami. Playing his second game after sitting out nine straight with a hamstring injury, Dwyane Wade had nine points in 18 minutes. Udonis Haslem led the team in rebounds with eight.

HEAT vs Wizards
HEAT @ Wizards
WIN: 99-90
The HEAT, winning for the sixth consecutive time at home, became the second NBA team to clinch a playoff spot. The losing streak is over -- the Miami HEAT defeated the Washington Wizards 99-90 Monday at AmericanAirlines Arena to snap a rare three-game skid. LeBron James led the HEAT with 23 points, eight assists and seven rebounds, but the story was guard Dwyane Wade, who played the second night of a back-to-back for the first time since January. He finished with 22 points, six assists and five rebounds. He was the catalyst when the HEAT pulled away midway through the fourth quarter. Center Chris Bosh also had a strong game, finishing with 22 points and seven rebounds. Ray Allen contributed to Miami's win with 13 points on 5-for-9 shoooting.

HEAT @ Wizards
Jan. 15, 2014
LOSS: 97-114
Oden played his first game in more than four years Wednesday night. He played 8 minutes, 24 seconds and scored six points, going 2 for 3 from the field with a pair of dunks. He made both of his free throws and grabbed two rebounds. Wearing No. 20 and with both knees heavily wrapped, he entered with 6:03 remaining in the first half and made an immediate impact: an offensive rebound, a dunk and a foul in 30 seconds. By halftime, the score was 48-69. Oden also started the second half and played four minutes before sitting for the rest of the game. Norris Cole's jumper pulled the HEAT within single digits - 75-84 - with less than a minute to go in the third, but they never got any closer than nine. The Wizards had nine turnovers in the third quarter but only one in the fourth, and an alley-oop from Wall to Martell Webster put Washington up by 17 with 3:02 to play. Chris Bosh scored 26 points, and James had 25 for the HEAT.

Wizards vs HEAT
Nov. 3, 2013
WIN: 93-100
Miami ended a two-game losing streak and avoided its first three-game losing skid since January of 2012. LeBron James led all scorers with 25 points and five assists. The HEAT's Big Three of James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade combined to score 69 points, keeping the Wizards winless. Miami led by as many as 23 in the second half, withstanding every push Washington made. The Wizards pulled to within 10 points midway in the fourth quarter before Bosh made consecutive baskets to put things away. The HEAT shot 52 percent from the field and were 11-for-27 from the three-point arc. Miami also had four players record at least five assists, led by Mario Chalmers' eight.

HEAT @ Wizards
Oct. 15, 2013
LOSS: 82-100
LeBron James had 10 points for the HEAT, including back-to-back dunks in the second quarter. The first was a reverse slam, and the second was a one-handed throw-down of an alley-oop pass from Chris Bosh that James celebrated with a lean-back primal scream. Dwyane Wade and Shane Battier scored 14 points apiece to lead Miami.

2012-13 Season vs Washington

HEAT @ Wizards
Apr. 10, 2013
WIN: 103-98
The Miami HEAT played without LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, attempted a franchise record 41 3-pointers, committed 25 turnovers, and still defeated the Washington Wizards. The victory clinched home-court advantage throughout the playoffs. Ray Allen matched his season high with 23 points, Rashard had 17 points and Shane Battier tallied 15 points on five 3-pointers for the HEAT. Miami has won four straight and six of seven. Allen and Lewis combined for 19 points in the fourth quarter. Leading 87-86 with 4:59 remaining, Allen scored six straight points including his first 3-pointer of the game. Chris Andersen's two free throws capped the 11-2 run for a 98-88 with 2:52 left.

Wizards vs HEAT
Jan. 6, 2013
WIN: 71-99
LeBron James led the HEAT 24 points and seven assists as they rebounded from Friday's loss to the Chicago Bulls. After being out-rebounded by the Bulls, the HEAT responded by winning the rebounding battle 40-29. Udonis Haslem finished with a season-high 12 rebounds. The HEAT were ahead most of the game, but took control with midway through the fourth quarter. They closed with a 21-0 run, holding the Wizards scoreless the final 7:07. Ray Allen finished with 20 points off the bench, hitting 3 of 4 from 3-point range. Chris Bosh had 17 points and nine rebounds while Dwyane Wade added 14 points.

Wizards vs HEAT
Dec. 15, 2012
WIN: 72-102
For the HEAT, it was the perfect remedy after losing three of the past five games. It was also their chance for redemption after falling to the Wizards on Dec. 4 in Washington. LeBron James led the Heat with 23 points, 10 rebounds and five assists while Dwyane Wade added 13 points and Chris Bosh had 12. The HEAT led for most of the way behind strong play from their three superstars and a solid defensive effort. Miami took control in the early stages of the game and never trailed.

HEAT @ Wizards
Dec. 4, 2012
LOSS: 101-105
LeBron James tallied his first triple-double on the season with 26 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists, but he missed two late 3-point attempts as the HEAT collectively struggled from beyond the arc. Miami entered with a six-game winning streak and now is inexplicably on the wrong end of a three-game losing skid to the Wizards. Chris Bosh had 20 points and 12 rebounds while Dwyane Wade scored 24 points.

HEAT @ Wizards
Oct. 24, 2012
LOSS: 101-94
Dwyane Wade led the Heat with 23 points and Chris Bosh added 18. James finished with 13 points and six assists. The HEAT welcomed back Mario Chalmers and Udonis Haslem, who each missed the opening six preseason games because of quadriceps strains. Chalmers finished with 8 points and five assists and Haslem had eight rebounds. Bosh and Wade each went 5 of 6 from the floor in the opening quarter and James was 3 for 6 with three rebounds and two assists for Miami, which opened the game on a 12-1 run.

2011-12 Season vs Washington

HEAT @ Wizards
Apr. 26, 2012
LOSS: 104-70
The Miami Heat rested LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh for the second straight game and were blown out by the Washington Wizards 104-70 on Thursday night.

HEAT vs. Wizards
Apr. 21, 2012
LOSS: 86-84
The Washington Wizards defeated the Miami Heat 86-84 Saturday at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Heat played for the most part without Chris Bosh, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.

HEAT @ Wizards
Feb. 10, 2012
WIN: 106-89
Dwyane Wade scored 26 points, Chris Bosh added 24 and had 11 rebounds and LeBron James had 18 to lead the Miami Heat to a 106-89 win over the Washington Wizards on Friday night.

2010-11 Season vs Washington

Wizards @ HEAT
Feb. 25, 2010
WIN: 121-113
The Miami HEAT bounced back Friday night, topping the Washington Wizards 121-113 at home. Dwyane Wade scored 23 of his game-high 41 points in the first half, as he made 18 shots from the field on the night. Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh combined for 81 points. Mario Chalmers pitched in with 14 points of his own.

HEAT @ Wizards
Dec. 18, 2010
WIN: 95-94
LeBron James notched 32 points, seven rebounds, and six assists as the HEAT beat the Wizards for their 12th straight win 95-94 on the road Saturday night. Dwyane Wade chipped in with 20 points and six rebounds while Chris Bosh posted 20 points and nine rebounds.

Wizards @ HEAT
Nov. 29, 2010
WIN: 105-94
LeBron James (30 points) imposed his will offensively in the first half and Dwyane Wade (26 points, eight rebounds, six assists and four steals) did the same in the third quarter as the HEAT cruised to a 105-94 home win over the Wizards on Monday. Chris Bosh scored 20 points.

2009-10 Season vs Washington

HEAT @ Wizards
Jan. 22, 2010
WIN: 112-88
Dwyane Wade scored 32 points and snagged 10 rebounds to lead the HEAT to a 112-88 road victory over the Wizards on Friday night. Jermaine O'Neal also played well providing 18 points. The HEAT look to stay hot as they play the Kings at home on Saturday.

Wizards @ HEAT
Nov. 27, 2009
LOSS: 94-84
Jermaine O'Neal jump started the HEAT early scoring 13 of his 19 points before halftime, but Miami could not overcome the Wizards, falling at home 94-84 on Friday. The HEAT outscored the Wizards 22-16 in the third quarter led by 10 of Mario Chalmers' 20 points, and four HEAT players scored in double digits.

Wizards @ HEAT
Nov. 11, 2009
WIN: 90-76
Dwyane Wade finished the game with 41 points in an exciting 90-76 HEAT victory over the Wizards at home. Michael Beasley scored 15 points and Mario Chalmers had 13 to give the HEAT their 6th straight win over the Wizards and advanced Miami to 6-1. Wade had 81 points in two games against Washington this week.

HEAT @ Wizards
Nov. 4, 2009
WIN: 93-89
Dwyane Wade had a big first quarter Wednesday night and finished the game with 40 points in a exciting 93-89 road victory. The HEAT lost a first-half lead but were able to hold off the Wizards. Quentin Richardson scored 19 points and Udonis Haslem chipped in 13 points.

2008-09 Season vs Washington

HEAT @ Wizards
April 4, 2009
WIN: 118-104
Dwyane Wade scored 33 points and dished out eight assists as the HEAT pulled away from the Wizards Saturday on the way to a 118-104 win in Washington. Jermaine O'Neal added 16 points and the HEAT made 14 three-points shots to remain in a virtual tie with the 76ers for fifth place in the Eastern Conference.

HEAT vs. Wizards
January 28, 2009
WIN: 93-71
The HEAT pushed open a double-digit lead and held off the Washington Wizards 93-71 at home for a three-game win streak Wednesday night. Michael Beasley and Daequan Cook led with 16 points apiece, and Dwyane Wade put up 14 with nine rebounds and nine assists.

HEAT vs. Wizards
November 18, 2008
WIN: 94-87
Dwyane Wade registered 19 points and 10 assists and Shawn Marion buried a pivotal bank shot with just over a minute remaining to help secure Miami's 94-87 triumph over host Washington on Tuesday. Rookie Mario Chalmers had a splendid game with 15 points and six assists as the HEAT beat the Wizards for the second time in the past week.

HEAT vs. Wizards
November 14, 2008
WIN: 97-77
Dwyane Wade erupted for 12 of his 24 points in the third quarter to ensure the HEAT would never trail in their 97-77 victory over the Wizards on Friday. Rookie Michael Beasley scored 19, while Udonis Haslem notched 13 points and 13 rebounds to help Miami improve to 4-1 at home.

2007-08 Season vs Washington

HEAT @ Wizards
April 4, 2008
LOSS: 109-95
The HEAT set a club record Friday with 19 3-pointers - nine by Ricky Davis - in a 109-95 loss at Washington. Davis scored a season-high 33 points and Chris Quinn tied a career best with 24, sinking five 3-pointers.

HEAT vs. Wizards
March 21, 2008
LOSS: 103-86
The HEAT tried to charge back in the fourth quarter, but couldn't overcome the 26-point deficit in a 103-86 home loss on Friday. Bobby Jones led the way with eight of his team-leading 15 points in the fourth quarter.

HEAT @ Wizards
Dec. 29, 2007
LOSS: 96-74
The Heat fell behind early against the Wizards on Saturday and couldn't climb out of the hole on the way to a 96-74 defeat in Washington. Ricky Davis led all HEAT players in scoring with 22 points, while Dwyane Wade contributed 12 points and six assists.

HEAT vs. Wizards
Dec. 13, 2007
LOSS: 104-91
Chris Quinn poured in 22 points, but the HEAT couldn't overcome a 10-point halftime deficit in a 104-91 home loss to Wizards on Thursday. Udonis Haslem had 19 points and 11 rebounds in the loss.

2006-07 Season vs Washington

HEAT vs. Wizards
April 11, 2007
WIN: 85-82
Alonzo Mourning's dunk with 1:23 to play in the fourth quarter Wednesday put Miami ahead, and his blocked shot with 8.8 on the clock preserved the lead and helped wrap up an 85-82 win over visiting Washington. Antoine Walker had 19 points, and Dwyane Wade added 16 and seven assists. The HEAT were once again without Shaquille O'Neal, who attended his grandfather's funeral.

HEAT @ Wizards
March 11, 2007
WIN: 106-104
Eddie Jones recorded 18 points and Udonis Haslem buried a game-winning fadeaway jumper with 0.3 seconds remaining to lift the HEAT to a thrilling 106-104 triumph over the Wizards on Sunday for their sixth straight win overall and 12th straight at home. Gary Payton added a season-high 17 points for Miami, which pulled within one game of Washington in the Southeast Division.

HEAT @ Wizards
February 28, 2007
WIN: 92-83
The HEAT led by as many as 17 on Wednesday, overpowering the Wizards, 92-83. Shaquille O'Neal scored a season-high 23, pulled down 10 rebounds and blocked three shots, while Jason Williams drained five 3-pointers and finished with 23 points. Udonis Haslem added 12 points and 16 boards.

HEAT @ Wizards
December 15, 2006
LOSS: 106-95
Playing without Dwyane Wade, the Heat fell behind early and couldn't bounce back in Friday's 106-95 loss to the Wizards. James Posey finished with a team-high 26 points and pulled down seven rebounds, while Alonzo Mourning added 17 and eight.

2005-06 Season vs Washington

HEAT @ Wizards
April 8, 2006
WIN: 99-86
Miami posted a 30-point advantage in points in the paint en route to a 99-86 victory at Washington on Saturday. Shaquille O'Neal scored 27 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and swatted four shots, while Derek Anderson added 20 points off the bench. Udonis Haslem chipped in with 13 points and 14 boards. The HEAT have now won their last 16 contests against the Wizards, including a sweep of this season's series.

HEAT vs. Wizards
March 8, 2006
WIN: 118-112
Dwyane Wade returned after missing Miami's previous two games with a wrist injury to score 40 points on 13-of-21 shooting as the HEAT grabbed a 118-112 home win over Washington. Jason Williams added 21 points and Shaquille O'Neal had 19 with 11 rebounds Wednesday. Alonzo Mourning missed the game with a foot injury.

HEAT @ Wizards
Dec. 30, 2005
WIN: 128-113
Dwyane Wade scored 26 of his 34 points in the second half and the HEAT notched a season high in points scored in Friday's 128-113 win in Washington. Shaquille O'Neal added 28 points and 10 rebounds and Antoine Walker poured in 20 points to go with 13 boards. Miami held on despite 47 points by the Wizards' Gilbert Arenas.

HEAT vs. Wizards
Nov. 11, 2005
WIN: 104-101
The HEAT trailed by six points at the half before coming back down the stretch and beating the Wizards 104-101 in overtime on Sunday. Dwyane Wade led Miami, scoring a season-high 41 points, grabbing 10 rebounds and dishing out eight assist. Shaquille O'Neal, playing for the first time in 18 games, scored 10 points and ripped 11 boards in 23 minutes. He hit a clutch free throw with one second remaining to send the game into OT. With the win, the HEAT snapped a four-game losing streak.

2004-05 Season vs Washington

2005 Playoffs, Round Two
HEAT @ Wizards
May 14, 2005
WIN: 99-95
Eddie Jones hit a pivotal 3-pointer with 14 seconds to play Saturday, leading Miami to a sweep of the Wizards with a 99-95 Game 4 win. The shot put the HEAT up 97-95 after Washington used a 12-0 run to retake the lead. Alonzo Mourning then came up with a blocked shot to preserve the victory. Dwyane Wade turned in another sparkling performance, scoring 22 of his franchise single-game playoff-record 42 points in the third quarter.

2005 Playoffs, Round Two
HEAT @ Wizards
May 12, 2005
WIN: 102-95
Dwyane Wade turned in yet another dazzling performance Thursday, pouring in 31 points, grabbing nine rebounds and handing out six assists in Miami's 102-95 Game 3 victory over the host Wizards. With All-Star center Shaquille O'Neal sidelined, nursing his bruised thigh, the HEAT turned to Alonzo Mourning and Udonis Haslem to play big inside. The pair responded marvelously, combining for 26 points and 25 rebounds.

2005 Playoffs, Round Two
HEAT vs. Wizards
May 10, 2005
WIN: 108-102
The Wizards staged a late charge, but the HEAT held their ground in Tuesday's 108-102 Game 2 win in the conference semifinals. Dwyane Wade poured in a game-high 31 points to go with a franchise playoff-record 15 assists. Miami shot a scorching 58 percent from the field and outscored Washington by 14 in the paint.

2005 Playoffs, Round Two
HEAT vs. Wizards
May 8, 2005
WIN: 105-86
Dwyane Wade keyed a third-quarter surge as the HEAT opened the Eastern Conference Semifinals with a 105-86 home win over the Wizards on Sunday. Miami led by only two at the half before Wade scored 11 of his team-high 20 in the third as the Heat outscored Washington 33-17 in the period. Wade dished out seven assists and Shaquille O'Neal added 19 points and seven rebounds.

HEAT @ Wizards
Dec. 15, 2004
WIN: 98-93
The HEAT completed their home-and-home series, and wrapped up the season-series between the two clubs, with a 98-93 win in Washington. The Wizards controlled the game early on, going ahead by as many as nine points in the first half. The HEAT were able to tie the score five times, but were never able to gain more than a three point advantage. Washington took a four point lead into the second half and went ahead by as many as ten points in the third. The HEAT ended the quarter on a 7-1 run to close the gap to just four points entering the final frame. Sparked by Dwyane Wade and Damon Jones, who scored 14 and nine points in the fourth quarter, respectively, the HEAT closed the game on a 12-7 run to take the victory. Wade led all scorers with 29 points. He also dished out nine assists. Shaquille O'Neal recorded a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

HEAT vs. Wizards
Dec. 13, 2004
WIN: 106-83
Shaquille O'Neal erupted for a season-high 40 points Monday, including 15 in the fourth quarter, en route to a 106-83 Miami win over the Wizards. Rasual Butler tacked on 16 points and O'Neal added 12 rebounds and five blocks for the HEAT, who have won five straight.

HEAT vs. Wizards
Nov. 9, 2004
WIN: 103-93
Miami enjoyed its best start in franchise history after a 103-93 defeat of the visiting Washington Wizards, going 4-0 for the season. Shaquille O'Neal had 20 points, nine rebounds and three blocks while Dwyane Wade led the HEAT with 22 points and nine assists. Miami held a 50-37 advantage at the half before breaking the game open in the third, outscoring Washington 37-26 in the period. Wade and Udonis Haslem combined for 25 points on 10-of-11 shooting in the third quarter. The Wizards never got closer than seven points thereafter. Haslem finished the game posting 18 points and grabbing 10 rebounds to record the first double-double of the season for Miami. Damon Jones added 12 points while Keyon Dooling tallied eight points, five assists and two steals from the HEAT bench. Washington was led by Gilberet Arenas with 20 points and six assists.

HEAT @ Wizards
Nov. 6, 2004
WIN: 118-106
The Miami HEAT won its third consecutive game to begin the regular season for only the second time in franchise history with a 118-106 win over the Wizards. Miami jumped out to an early 10 point lead to close out the first half, shooting 57.1% from the floor. Dwyane Wade scored 19 of his career-high 37 points in the first half. The Wizards jumped out strong to begin the second half, going on a 18-8 run to tie the game with under four minutes to play in the quarter. Miami responded with a 16-9 run of its own to take a seven point edge into the final frame. Washington again chipped away at the HEAT lead in the fourth, tying the game with 2:26 to play, but Eddie Jones scored 12 of his 17 fourth quarter points after that mark to seal the victory. Dwyane Wade recorded a double-double with 37 points and 12 assists (both career-highs). Eddie Jones recorded 24 points, while Udonis Haslem and Shaquille O'Neal grabbed nine and eight rebounds, respectively. Damon Jones came off the bench to record a career-high eight rebounds. Miami shot 55.8% from the field. Washington was led by Gilbert Arenas' 27 points.

2003-04 Season vs Washington

HEAT @ Wizards
Mar. 21, 2004
WIN: 101-81
Miami outscored the Wizards 32-15 in the second quarter and cruised to a 101-81 victory Sunday. Dwyane Wade led six players in double figures with 22 points and Lamar Odom added 18 for the HEAT, who keep their sixth-place spot in the East with the win.

HEAT @ Wizards
Dec. 26th, 2003
WIN: 92-84
Eddie Jones and the rest of the Miami HEAT team found its shooting stroke on Friday, connecting on 37-of-75 shot attempts (49.3) in route to a 92-84 victory over the Washington Wizards. Jones connected on 9-of-16 from the field including four three-pointers (4-of-8) for 22 points in the game. Jones also dished out a season-high eight assists. Winners of three in a row and seven of its last 10, the HEAT defeated the Wizards for the third time this season, already posting a 79-72 win on Dec. 23rd and a 105-101 overtime victory on Nov. 14th.

HEAT vs. Wizards
Dec. 23th, 2003
WIN: 79-72
HEAT rookie guard Dwyane Wade scored 11 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to the lead Miami to a 79-72 home victory over the Washington Wizards. The win was the fifth consecutive for the HEAT at home and second win this season over the Washington. Miami defeated Washington in the first meeting 105-101 in overtime. In addition to Wade, the HEAT got double-figure scoring from Eddie Jones (11 points), Lamar Odom (10 points) and Rafer Alston (10 points) off the bench. Caron Butler and Rasual Butler chipped in with nine points each. Brian Grant grabbed 10 rebounds to go with his six points in the game.

HEAT vs. Wizards
Nov. 14th, 2003
WIN: 105-101
Eddie Jones scored 27 points and Lamar Odom added 26 and 12 rebounds, as the Miami HEAT won back-to-back games for the first time since defeating Atlanta in back-to-back contest on Dec. 30, 2002 and Jan. 1, 2003 respectively. The HEAT defeated the Washington Wizards 105-101 in overtime. Rafer Alston chipped in with 12 points off the bench, followed by Brian Grant, who scored 10 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for his second double-double of the season. Odom recorded his third consecutive double-double and fourth on the season. Everyone that saw action for the HEAT scored Friday night. The HEAT shot 41 percent from the field on 38-of-93 shot attempts and 21-of-30 from the free throw line, while dominating the boards with a 53-43 advantage.

2002-03 Season vs Washington

HEAT vs. Wizards
Apr. 11th, 2003
Despite Caron Butler's 19 points, it was not enough to stave off Michael Jordan and Washington Wizards as the HEAT 91-87 at AmercianAirlines Arena. The game marked the final time that Jordan would play in Miami again. Prior to the game, the HEAT honored him by retiring his number 23 and hanging a split jersey depicting the Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards. Jordan finished with 25 points with 23 of them coming in the first half. Washington had four other players reach double-figure scoring including Larry Hughes (13 points), Christian Laettner (13 points), Kwame Brown (12 points) and Tyronn Lue (12 points). In addition to Caron Butler, Rasual Butler and Eddie House chipped in with 10 points each. Friday's attendance of 20,152 was the largest home crowd in HEAT history as well as the largest crowd for any event at the AmercianAirlines Arena.

HEAT @ Wizards
Mar. 15th, 2003
Jerry Stackhouse scored 37 points connecting on 11-of-22 from the field and 14-of-15 from the free-throw line, as the Washington Wizards held on to defeat the HEAT 89-82. Miami had five players reach double-figure scoring on Saturday, including 16 points from Brian Grant and Travis Best. Grant also pulled down 11 rebounds for his 27 double-double of the season. In addition to Grant and Best, the HEAT also got double-figure scoring from Caron Butler (14 points), Malik Allen (14 points) and Rasual Butler (10 points).

HEAT vs. Wizards
Mar. 2nd, 2003
Mike James scored all 10 of his points in the final 13 minutes of Sunday's game versus the Washington Wizards to spark the HEAT to a 93-83 victory at AmericanAirlines Arena. Caron Butler scored 20 points to lead six players in double-figures for Miami, including 16 points from Eddie Jones, 13 points from Brian Grant and Travis Best, followed by 11 points from Rasual Butler. Grant pulled down 14 rebounds for his 23rd double-double of the season while Malik Allen recorded 10 rebounds to go along with his four points. Miami led 22-16 after the first quarter and 45-38 into halftime. The HEAT led by as many as 12 points in the third quarter, before the Wizards clawed their way back to take a brief four point lead with 50 seconds left at 63-59. James then connected on a 17-foot jumper, recorded a steal and dished out a assists that led to a C. Butler lay-up. Miami took the lead for good after Butler made his free-throw to finish off an old-fashioned three-point play, giving the HEAT a 64-63 advantage. Miami extended the lead to 80-70 by the 7:00 mark of the fourth quarter and never looked back.

HEAT @ Wizards
Nov. 16th, 2002
The Washington Wizards scored the first two points of Saturday night's game and never looked back, handing the Miami HEAT a season worst 95-65 defeat at the MCI Center. Washington had four players reach double-figures, including 16 points from Jerry Stackhouse and 15 points by Kwame Brown. Larry Hughes scored 14 points and Bryon Russell chipped in with 12 points. Michael Jordan scored eight points off the bench in just 19 minutes of action. The HEAT shot just 32 percent from the field (25-of-76) and a dismal 11 percent from the three-point line (2-of-17). Miami was outrebounded 45-37 and committed 17 turnovers for the second time this season. The first time came versus Seattle on Nov. 9th. Washington shot 52 percent from the field (35-of-67) and went to the free-throw line 15 more times (21-of-30) than the HEAT (13-of-15). The HEAT was led in scoring by Malik Allen's 14 points and Mike James' 13 points off the bench. Brian Grant's consecutive double-figure rebounding streak ended at seven games. He recorded only eight boards in 24 minutes of action.


Miami HEAT VS. Washington Wizards

2001-02 Season
02/24/02 HOME 92-80 W STRICKLAND - 16 LUE - 21
02/23/02 AWAY 97-95 W JONES - 25 JORDAN - 37
12/12/01 AWAY 82-80 L JACKSON - 18 JORDAN - 25
11/30/01 HOME 84-75 L ELLIS - 24 JORDAN - 22
2000-01 Season
04/04/01 AWAY 86-84 W GRANT/MOURNING - 16 ALEXANDER - 25
02/27/01 HOME 103-95 W GRANT - 26 RICHMOND - 20
12/29/00 HOME 98-91 W JONES - 31 HOWARD - 19
12/02/00 AWAY 93-90 W JONES/MASON - 20 STRICKLAND - 22
1999-00 Season
02/26/00 AWAY 95-88 W MOURNING - 28 T. MURRAY - 20
02/04/00 HOME 99-92 W MOURNING - 32 RICHMOND - 21
11/27/99 HOME 89-86 W MOURNING - 30 RICHMOND - 20
11/12/99 AWAY 104-95 W MOURNING - 25 T. MURRAY - 15
1998-99 Season
04/04/99 AWAY 90-79 W MOURNING - 24 HOWARD - 20
03/16/99 HOME 94-85 W HARDAWAY - 24 RICHMOND - 22
02/23/99 AWAY 96-80 W MOURNING - 29 RICHMOND - 25
1997-98 Season
04/17/98 HOME 97-89 L MOURNING - 20 HOWARD- 22
12/17/97 AWAY/td> 88-74 L MOURNING - 24 STRICKLAND - 21
11/08/97 AWAY 114-106 W HARDAWAY - 25 WEBBER - 34
11/01/97 AWAY 109-108 W HARDAWAY - 25 WEBBER - 30
1996-97 Season
03/07/97 AWAY 108-105 W HARDAWAY - 45 HOWARD/STRICKLAND - 28
03/06/97 HOME 99-95 L AUSTIN/HARDAWAY - 19 MURRAY - 22
01/17/97 AWAY 103-92 W MOURNING - 34 HOWARD - 33
01/13/97 HOME 98-95 W MOURNING - 32 HOWARD - 23
1995-96 Season
04/08/96 AWAY 111-99 L MOURNING - 28 HOWARD - 25
03/29/96 HOME 112-93 W MOURNING - 50 HOWARD - 20
01/17/96 HOME 96-89 W MOURNING - 38 B. PRICE - 27
11/24/95 AWAY 110-94 L MOURNING - 24 PACK - 21
1994-95 Season
03/29/95 AWAY 101-97 W RICE - 26 WEBBER - 29
03/05/95 HOME 103-90 W EACKLES - 17 HOWARD - 25
02/08/95 HOME 111-107 W RICE - 27 HOWARD - 31
02/03/95 AWAY 105-95 W OWENS - 30 CHAPMAN - 20
11/12/94 HOME 109-99 L EACKLES - 22 CHAPMAN - 30
1993-94 Season
04/06/94 AWAY 114-103 W SMITH - 26 BUTLER - 26
02/21/94 HOME 128-98 W RICE - 29 MacLEAN - 18
01/23/94 HOME 113-80 W RICE - 21 CHEANEY - 15
11/20/93 AWAY 104-102 L MINER - 24 GUGLIOTTA - 25
1992-93 Season
04/23/93 HOME 121-120 W LONG - 31 STEWART - 32
04/15/93 AWAY 110-92 L RICE - 23 CHAPMAN/GUGLIOTTA - 22
03/03/93 HOME 125-106 W SMITH - 30 STEWART - 22
01/26/93 AWAY 104-102 L RICE - 26 ADAMS - 25
01/02/93 AWAY 100-93 L RICE - 19 ADAMS/ELLISON/GRANT - 16
1991-92 Season
04/10/92 AWAY 108-93 W SEIKALY - 24 EACKLES/STEWART - 20
04/07/92 HOME 100-89 W RICE - 21 GRANT - 20
03/08/92 HOME 112-98 W RICE - 30 ELLISON - 24
01/22/92 HOME 125-112 W RICE - 22 EACKLES - 22
01/16/92 AWAY 102-94 W RICE - 35 GRANT - 28
1990-91 Season
04/14/91 AWAY 101-96 L DOUGLAS - 26 GRANT - 26
04/10/91 HOME 112-106 W SEIKALY - 27 ELLISON/WILLIAMS - 19
02/21/91 AWAY 104-90 W RICE - 27 ELLISON - 17
01/29/91 AWAY 105-101 L LONG/RICE - 20 KING - 26
11/02/90 HOME 119-95 W BURTON - 25 KING - 18
1989-90 Season
04/20/90 HOME 117-112 W EDWARDS - 28 EACKLES - 23
02/06/90 HOME 118-100 L SEIKALY - 22 MALONE -34
01/15/90 AWAY 111-105 W RICE - 27 KING - 30
01/11/90 HOME 100-89 L SEIKALY - 25 MALONE - 39
11/25/89 AWAY 107-88 L THOMPSON - 20 KING - 26
1988-89 Season
04/06/89 HOME 101-93 L SEIKALY - 17 KING/WILLIAMS - 23
01/12/89 AWAY 106-100 L SEIKALY - 23 MALONE/KING - 32


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