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    Coup's Takeaways: HEAT Drop Preseason Opener To Minnesota As Adebayo And Herro Pace The Offense

  • Wolves vs. HEAT

    Gameday Rundown: HEAT Open Preseason Against Timberwolves

  • article-image: Coup's Takeaways: Spoelstra Takes Look At Lineup Possibilities As HEAT Top The HEAT In Red, White and Pink Scrimmage

    Coup's Takeaways: Spoelstra Takes Look At Lineup Possibilities As HEAT Top The HEAT In Red, White and Pink Scrimmage

  • Tyler Herro Extension

    HEAT RE-SIGN TYLER HERRO

    Your Miami HEAT announced today that they have re-signed guard Tyler Herro to a contract extension. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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    Coup’s Notebook Vol. 26: The Toughest Job At Training Camp, Checking In On Nikola Jović, The Next Developmental Project And Spoelstra In The Lab

    The Miami HEAT have just about wrapped up their training camp in The Bahamas and are headed home with a Red, White and Pink game ahead of them followed closely by the start of preseason. Here’s what we’ve been noting and noticing.

  • article-image: What’s Next For Bam Adebayo?

    What’s Next For Bam Adebayo?

    Drafted No. 14 in 2017, Bam Adebayo has grown from a single-digit scorer his first two seasons to an All-Star, someone capable of scoring 19 a game or dropping 31 on the road in the Eastern Conference Finals and a three-time All-Defensive Second Team honoree.

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    Caleb Martin Bet On Himself And It Paid Off, Now He Has A Chance To Be A Starter On A Contender That Needs Him

    One of the more amusing habitual sayings in the NBA for going on two decades – repeated frequently by players, coaches and fans alike – is that Allen Iverson is and was the best “pound-for-pound” All-Star in the league.

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    The Good Fight: The HEAT Open Camp With Two Starting Spots Open And Plenty Of Players, Including Tyler Herro And Victor Oladipo, Putting Their Hats In The Ring

    As they open training camp in a large convention hall at Baha Mar in The Bahamas, the Miami HEAT have three veteran All-Stars locked into starting roles in Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo and Kyle Lowry.

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    Coup’s Notebook Vol. 26: The Toughest Job At Training Camp, Checking In On Nikola Jović, The Next Developmental Project And Spoelstra In The Lab

    The Miami HEAT have just about wrapped up their training camp in The Bahamas and are headed home with a Red, White and Pink game ahead of them followed closely by the start of preseason. Here’s what we’ve been noting and noticing.

  • article-image: What’s Next For Bam Adebayo?

    What’s Next For Bam Adebayo?

    Drafted No. 14 in 2017, Bam Adebayo has grown from a single-digit scorer his first two seasons to an All-Star, someone capable of scoring 19 a game or dropping 31 on the road in the Eastern Conference Finals and a three-time All-Defensive Second Team honoree.

  • Caleb-Martin

    Caleb Martin Bet On Himself And It Paid Off, Now He Has A Chance To Be A Starter On A Contender That Needs Him

    One of the more amusing habitual sayings in the NBA for going on two decades – repeated frequently by players, coaches and fans alike – is that Allen Iverson is and was the best “pound-for-pound” All-Star in the league.

  • Starting-Lineup Training Camp

    The Good Fight: The HEAT Open Camp With Two Starting Spots Open And Plenty Of Players, Including Tyler Herro And Victor Oladipo, Putting Their Hats In The Ring

    As they open training camp in a large convention hall at Baha Mar in The Bahamas, the Miami HEAT have three veteran All-Stars locked into starting roles in Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo and Kyle Lowry.

  • Tim Hardaway Hall of Fame

    The Time Traveler: Tim Hardaway Was The Future Before Anyone Knew It

    It’s the middle of May, 1997, back at the old Miami Arena – a downtown lot where you can now find parking near the new Brightline station – and the No. 2 seeded HEAT are holding a six-point first-quarter lead in Game 7 of the second round against the No. 3 seed New York Knicks. Heading into an early timeout, Tim Hardaway had yet to put his signature on the evening.

  • Coup Notebook 25

    Coup's Notebook Vol. 25: The Truth About Udonis Haslem, Caleb Martin Is Required, Schedule Thoughts And Other Notes

  • article-image: From The Sidelines: Summer League Q&A With Malik Allen

    From The Sidelines: Summer League Q&A With Malik Allen

    Three games in with a full Las Vegas slate ahead, Summer League head coach Malik Allen took some time to chat about his coaching experience and some of the players on the roster. Couper Moorhead: What do you get out of coaching Summer League? Naturally you're working to further your coaching skills, but presumably there's also the benefit of keeping connected to guys that you're going to be working with player development-wise throughout the year.

  • article-image: Coup's Notebook Vol. 24: The Debut of Nikola Jović, Steady Haywood Highsmith And Miami's New Guards For Summer HEAT

    Coup's Notebook Vol. 24: The Debut of Nikola Jović, Steady Haywood Highsmith And Miami's New Guards For Summer HEAT

  • article-image: 10 Things To Know About Nikola Jovic

    10 Things To Know About Nikola Jovic

    1. Jović was born in Leicester, England. His father, Ilija Jovic, was playing basketball there. When Nikola was nine years old, the family moved to Belgrade where Nikola first trained in water polo. He didn’t begin playing basketball seriously until he was 13 and originally played guard before a growth spurt took him to just under 6-foot-11. At 19 years and 14 days old as of the night of the draft, Pat Riley called him “one of the youngest players we’ve ever drafted”.

  • article-image: Coup's Mailbag Vol. 1: Answering Questions About Bam Adebayo Taking Threes, Tyler Herro Off The Ball, Playing Big And The Postseason Shooting Drop

    Coup's Mailbag Vol. 1: Answering Questions About Bam Adebayo Taking Threes, Tyler Herro Off The Ball, Playing Big And The Postseason Shooting Drop

    1. Why did the 3 point shooting drop? – Kye Enomoto The question of the offseason is the simplest one. Why did the team with the best three-point shooting in the league at 37.9 percent drop to 31.3 percent in the postseason? There are many possible answers, but none of them are going to be perfect. SHOP HEAT Store

  • article-image: Find A Way: The 2022 Miami HEAT Were Exactly As Advertised

    Find A Way: The 2022 Miami HEAT Were Exactly As Advertised

    There is no feeling quite like the feeling of a Game 7. Not anymore, at least. When Jimmy Butler put up the transition three that could have completed one of the most shocking and improbable postseason comebacks – down 13 with 3:35 to play and a ticket to the NBA Finals on the line – in league history, it immediately became a moment that locks you firmly in place. With so much hanging in the balance of make or miss, all eyes on one ball, the moment drags you into the present. No phones. No feeds. No notifications. Here. Now. For just a few seconds.

  • article-image: High Noon: Jimmy Butler Serves Up Silence In Recording His Masterpiece

    High Noon: Jimmy Butler Serves Up Silence In Recording His Masterpiece

    With about eight minutes left in the second quarter, the Celtics are fighting back fast and furious. Jayson Tatum scores nine straight points, and after falling behind by 10, again, in the first quarter Boston is within one. Jimmy Butler catches in the right corner. Grant Williams isn’t giving him this shot, as the Celtics have occasionally done. The HEAT have nothing else going. Standstill. Butler gives a half-speed jab step to the right and then makes up his mind. He loads up from three. Williams contests. Butler’s feet barely leave the ground. The lead becomes four.

  • article-image: Golden Oldie Keith Celebrates His 10-year Anniversary

    Golden Oldie Keith Celebrates His 10-year Anniversary

  • 5 Fits You’re Gonna Want to Rock to Upcoming Games

    5 Fits You’re Gonna Want to Rock to Upcoming Games

  • Nikola Jovic

    30 Seconds with Nikola Jović

  • How Udonis Haslem Makes An Impact Off The Court

    How Udonis Haslem Makes An Impact Off The Court

  • Caron Butler Talks About His New Book Shot Clock

    Caron Butler Talks About His New Book, Shot Clock

  • Summer Player Playlist

    Summer Player Playlist

  • Biscayne Birdman

    Who is Biscayne Birdman?

  • court-culture-kids-collection

    7 New Court Culture Items That Are Too Cool For School 

  • Local Artist Paints Incredible-HEAT-Murals-Around the City UD Mural

    Local Artist Paints Incredible HEAT Murals Around the City

  • Rolling Loud header

    Jr. HEAT x Rolling Loud 

  • Getting to Know Orlando Robinson

    Getting to Know: Orlando Robinson

  • article-image: HEAT Mascot Burnie Featured on Court Design in Mexico City

    HEAT Mascot Burnie Featured on Court Design in Mexico City

    NBA Mexico helped transform three basketball courts in Mexico City with the artistic intervention of Hugo Correa.

  • article-image: 29th Annual HEAT Thanksgiving Celebration

    29th Annual HEAT Thanksgiving Celebration

    The Miami HEAT will hosted the 29th Annual HEAT Thanksgiving Celebration on Thursday, November 19th at the Mana Convention Center in Miami. The HEAT, alongside Feeding South Florida, hosted a contactless drive-through food distribution to continue to bring assistance to those adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • article-image: HEAT Back-To-School 2020

    HEAT Back-To-School 2020

    The Miami HEAT and the Office of Community Engagement for Miami-Dade County Public Schools worked together to identify (25) students at varying ages/grade levels in low-income areas to distribute Microsoft laptop devices and other resources to aide their distance-learning needs for the 2020-21 school year. These students were chosen from a pool of current and former students of the HEAT Academy program. On Wednesday, August 26th, all students were directed to Jesse J. McCrary, Jr.

  • article-image: 28th Annual Thanksgiving Celebration

    28th Annual Thanksgiving Celebration

    The Miami HEAT hosted its 28th Annual HEAT Thanksgiving Celebration on Tuesday, November 19th at the Miami Rescue Mission. The entire team, along with HEAT coaches and HEAT front office employees joined presenting sponsor Florida Blue as well as supporting sponsors Goya Foods, PepsiCo, FOX Sports Sun, Hair Club and ONE Sotheby’s International Realty to usher in the Thanksgiving holiday with residents of the Greater Miami area.

  • article-image: 19th HEAT Learn and Play Center

    19th HEAT Learn and Play Center

    The Miami HEAT celebrated the opening of its 19th Learn & Play Center at José Martí Park Community Center in Miami, on June 4th. The new Learn & Play Center, refurbished in partnership with presenting sponsor and longtime HEAT community partner Florida Blue, will provide youth with a safe place to play and resources to help them explore their academic interests.

  • article-image: HEAT Welcome Students Back to School

    HEAT Welcome Students Back to School

    The Miami HEAT kicked off the 2018-19 school year in Miami-Dade County by welcoming back the students and teachers at Paul Laurence Dunbar K-8 Center on Monday, August 20th. This event was hosted at Dunbar K-8 Center to recognize the 20 years of the HEAT Academy program, which was established during the 1998-1999 school year. HEAT players, Bam Adebayo, Rodney McGruder, Yante Maten and Duncan Robinson, helped distribute school supplies to students as they entered the school cafeteria. The HEAT Experience then hosted a pep rally immediately after.

  • article-image: HEAT Surprise Students at Miami Beach JCC As Part Of "Learn to Swim" Campaign

    HEAT Surprise Students at Miami Beach JCC As Part Of "Learn to Swim" Campaign

    The Miami HEAT along with Florida Blue, FOX Sports Sun, and the American Red Cross teamed up to surprise camp students at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center as part of the HEAT’s “Learn to Swim” water safety campaign. HEAT Forward/Guard, Rodney McGruder joined American Red Cross-certified lifeguards and water safety instructors to provide swim lessons to the campers. HEAT Mascot, Burnie and HEAT Check Gaming, Miami HEAT NBA 2K Affiliate, also attended to encourage students as they learned to swim. The goal of this program is to prevent these tragedies from ever occurring.

  • article-image: HEAT Kicks off 2018 "Learn to Swim" Campaign

    HEAT Kicks off 2018 "Learn to Swim" Campaign

    MIAMI, March 30 – The Miami HEAT will host the 17th Annual HEAT April Pool’s Day presented by Florida Blue with FOX Sports Sun and the American Red Cross on Monday, April 2nd. The event will take place from 3:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m at Venetian Pool in Coral Gables, and will kick off the Miami HEAT “Learn to Swim” program.

  • article-image: Battier, Rice & HEAT Staffers Assist in Lotus Village Move-In

    Battier, Rice & HEAT Staffers Assist in Lotus Village Move-In

    MIAMI, Dec. 20 – With the holiday season upon us, the Miami HEAT continue to spread joy throughout the community. Earlier today, HEAT Legends, Shane Battier and Glen Rice, and staffers teamed up to assist in part of a weeklong effort of moving Lotus House, a homeless shelter for women and youth, into their newly constructed, 5-story Lotus Village, giving their residents a home for the holidays. The HEAT helped build children’s furniture and cribs, and bring move-in day one step closer for the families.

  • article-image: 2017-18 HEAT Holiday Hospital Visits

    2017-18 HEAT Holiday Hospital Visits

    The Miami HEAT players are spreading holiday joy to children at two South Florida hospitals this year. The Miami HEAT teamed up with presenting sponsor FedEx and supporting sponsor FOX Sports Sun to host the HEAT Holiday Hospital Visit at Baptist Children’s Hospital and Holtz Children’s Hospital at UM/Jackson Memorial Medical Center. Each year the HEAT Players look forward to making the holiday season brighter for patients at each location by distributing toys and other gifts generated from a HEAT Group Toy Drive.

  • article-image: HEAT RENOVATED THE HOMES OF TWO LOCAL VETERANS IN HONOR OF HOMESTRONG INITIATIVE FOR VETERANS DAY

    HEAT RENOVATED THE HOMES OF TWO LOCAL VETERANS IN HONOR OF HOMESTRONG INITIATIVE FOR VETERANS DAY

    MIAMI – In honor of Veterans Day, the Miami HEAT, including HEAT legends Alonzo Mourning and Glen Rice, worked alongside members of the U.S. Armed Forces, Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade, Inc. and Ultimate Software staffers to help renovate the homes of two local veterans in Miami-Dade County whose homes suffered damage from Hurricane Irma.

  • article-image: HEAT Donate $10,000 To La Liga Contra El Cáncer/ The League Against Cancer As Part Of $50,000 Commitment

    HEAT Donate $10,000 To La Liga Contra El Cáncer/ The League Against Cancer As Part Of $50,000 Commitment

    MIAMI, June 6 - The Miami HEAT Charitable Fund announced today that they donated $10,000 to La Liga Contra el Cáncer / The League Against Cancer during Saturday’s 42nd Anniversary Telethon. This is the third of five $10,000 donations the Miami HEAT Charitable Fund will make over a five-year period. The League Against Cancer is a non-profit organization providing free medical care to cancer patients who do not have financial resources or health insurance.

  • article-image: HEAT Academy End of Year Celebration

    HEAT Academy End of Year Celebration

    The Miami HEAT hosted an end-of-year celebration for 352 HEAT Academy students at AmericanAirlines Arena.