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Miami Heat

NBA Championships: 3

Last NBA Championship: 2013

Claim to Fame: Miami became the first “super team” of the modern NBA when LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined forces with Dwyane Wade.

Claim to Shame: The Heat lost the 2010 Finals to the Mavericks despite being overwhelming favorites.


The Miami Heat would be classified as new money in the NBA, having enjoyed some success other franchises can only dream of since entering the league as an expansion team in 1988.

They became a true player in 1995, when the front office brought in Pat Riley as head coach. Sweeping personnel changes soon followed to expediate the competitive process. Players like Alonzo Mourning and Juwan Howard were the early cornerstones of the turnaround, and remain with the team in front office roles today.

In 2003, the Heat drafted Dwyane Wade out of Marquette, and within two years, with the aid of a trade to bring in Shaquille O’Neal, the Heat won their first NBA Championship.

Miami was at the center of it all again in 2010, when the team signed LeBron James, Chris Bosh and retained Wade to build a super team. They delivered, making the Finals in four straight years, and winning in 2012 and 2013.

But after losing to the Spurs in 2014, James returned to Cleveland and Wade went to Chicago, breaking up the so-called “Heatles.”

By the trade deadline last season, the Cavs dealt Wade back to Miami, reuniting him with the franchise that he’d carried for so long. His return was a welcomed jolt for a team that competed hard, but was role-player heavy, and lacked a star element with the ability to finish games in the crunch.

In Wade’s farewell season the Heat fell just short of the playoffs, and Pat Riley found his next face of the franchise in a sign-and-trade for Jimmy Butler.

Butler’s intense demeanor perfectly fits in the Heat culture, and the young group of assets around him has a chance to really pop in Bam Adebayo, Tyler Herro and Justise Winslow as the Heat should be a solid playoff contender in 2019-20.

ATS Record

Overall Home Away
4-0-1 2-0-0 2-0-1

Over/Under Record

Overall Home Away
3-2-0 1-1-0 2-1-0

Team defense

Type Rank Season Stats
PPG 13 107.4
FG % 7 0.4
3P % 1 0.3
DREB 8 37.6
BPG 2 7
SPG 3 9.2

Team offense

Type Rank Season Stats
PPG 8 115.6
APG 9 24.8
FG % 7 0.5
3P % 4 0.4
OREB 20 9.6
TO 30 20.8

Team standings

Name Record Div Record Streak
ATL 2-3-0 1-2-0 3L
CHA 3-3-0 0-0-0 2W
MIA 4-1-0 2-0-0 2W
ORL 2-4-0 0-1-0 2L
WAS 1-4-0 0-0-0 3L

Team leaders

Name Score Achievement
Kendrick Nunn 22 Points
Bam Adebayo 10 Rebounds
Jimmy Butler 7 Assists
Jimmy Butler 5 Steals
Bam Adebayo 2 Blocks

Injury reports

Player Injury Status Notes
Jimmy Butler Foot questionable Butler is tending to a left foot contusion, and it is unknown if he will play against the Rockets on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/02/2019
Udonis Haslem Wrist questionable Haslem has missed the past five games with a sprained left wrist, and it is unclear if he will make his season debut Sunday against the Rockets. Lasted Updated: 10/31/2019
Derrick Jones Jr. Groin out Jones Jr. sat out his third straight game due to a left groin strain, and he will not return Sunday versus the Rockets. Lasted Updated: 11/02/2019
KZ Okpala Achilles out Okpala was held out of the previous game due to a left Achilles strain, and he will not be available for Sunday's matchup with the Rockets. Lasted Updated: 11/02/2019
Dion Waiters Personal probable Waiters has served his suspension for conduct detrimental to the team, but it is likely that he will play against the Rockets on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/02/2019
Justise Winslow Back questionable Winslow was absent from the lineup during the last game with lower-back stiffness, and it is undetermined if he will suit up versus the Rockets on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 10/31/2019
SBT's score
85