Miami Heat accomplishments and records

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2006 Miami Heat NBA Championship banner hanging from the rafters at American Airlines Arena

This page details the all-time statistics, records, and other achievements pertaining to the Miami Heat. The Miami Heat are an American professional basketball team currently playing in the National Basketball Association.

Franchise accomplishments and awards[edit]

Franchise leaders[edit]

Career Leaders
Category Player Statistics
Games Played Dwyane Wade 754
Rebounds Udonis Haslem 5332
Assists Dwyane Wade 3472
Steals Dwyane Wade 973
Blocks Alonzo Mourning 1625
Field Goals Dwyane Wade 4876
Field Goal Percentage Shaquille O'Neal 59.6%
3-Pt Field Goals Tim Hardaway 806
3-Pt Field Goal Percentage Jason Kapono 49.0%
Free Throws Dwyane Wade 4,579
Free Throw Percentage Jason Williams 100.0.
Points Per Game Lebron James 26.9
Rebounds Per Game Rony Seikaly 10.4
Assists Per Game Sherman Douglas 7.9
Steals Per Game Dwyane Wade 1.8
Blocks Per Game Alonzo Mourning 2.7
Triple Doubles LeBron James 30+ 7 games
Personal Fouls Alonzo Mourning 1,960
Turnovers Dwyane Wade 1,986
Season Leaders
Category Player Statistics Season
Minutes Played Anthony Mason 3254 2000–2001
Points Per Game Dwyane Wade 30.2 2008–2009
Rebounds Per Game Rony Seikaly 11.8 1991–1992
Assists Per Game Tim Hardaway 8.6 1996–1997
Steals Per Game Dwyane Wade 2.2 2008–2009
Blocks Per Game Alonzo Mourning 3.9 1998–1999
Triple Doubles LeBron James 10 2011–2012
Points Dwyane Wade 2386 2008–2009
Rebounds Rony Seikaly 934 1991–1992
Assists Tim Hardaway 695 1996–1997
Steals Dwyane Wade 173 2008–2009
Blocks Alonzo Mourning 294 1999–2000
Field Goals Dwyane Wade 854 2008–2009
Field Goal Percentage Shaquille O'Neal 60.1% 2004–2005
3-Pt Field Goals Damon Jones 225 2004–2005
3-Pt Field Goal Percentage Jon Sundvold 52.2% 1988–1989
Free Throws Dwyane Wade 629 2005–2006
Free Throw Percentage Glen Rice 88.0% 1993–1994
Personal Fouls Grant Long 337 1988–1989
Turnovers Dwyane Wade 321 2004–2005

All numbers as of June 28, 2012

Single Game Records (Regular Season)
Category Player Statistics Date
Points LeBron James 61 March 3, 2014
Minutes Played Glen Rice 59 November 20, 1992
Rebounds Rony Seikaly 34 March 3, 1993
Assists Tim Hardaway 19 April 19, 1996
Steals Mario Chalmers 9 November 5, 2008
Blocks Hassan Whiteside 12 January 25, 2015
Field Goals Made LeBron James 22 March 3, 2014
3-Pt Field Goals Brian Shaw, Mario Chalmers 10 April 8, 1993, January 12, 2013
Free Throws Dwyane Wade 23 February 1, 2007
Turnovers Dwyane Wade 12 February 1, 2007
Single Game Records (Playoffs)
Category Player Statistics Date
Points LeBron James 49 May 12, 2014
Minutes Played LeBron James 50:17 May 9, 2011
Rebounds Shaquille O'Neal 20 May 4, 2006
Assists Dwyane Wade 15 May 10, 2005
Steals LeBron James 6 May 15, 2012
Dwyane Wade June 13, 2013
Blocks Alonzo Mourning 9 April 22, 2000
Field Goals Made LeBron James 19 June 7, 2012
3-Pt Field Goals Damon Jones 7 April 24, 2005
Highest FG % Chris "Birdman" Andersen 100% (7-7) May 22, 2013
Free Throws Dwyane Wade 21 June 18, 2006
Turnovers Dwyane Wade 9 May 26, 2011

Individual awards[edit]

All-NBA First Team

All-NBA Second Team

All-NBA Third Team

NBA All-Defensive First Team

NBA All-Defensive Second Team

NBA All-Rookie First Team

NBA All-Rookie Second Team

NBA All-Star Skills Challenge Champion

NBA All-Star Three-point Shootout Champion

NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Contest Champion

NBA All-Star selections

NBA Records[edit]

  • Most wins in a month: The Heat went 17-1 in March 2013, becoming the first team to win 17 games in a single calendar month in NBA history.
  • Overtime in Postseason: The HEAT’s 103-100 overtime win vs. SA on June 18, 2013 improved their all-time postseason overtime record to 8-1 (.889). Their .889 postseason winning percentage is the best among teams with at least three overtime games played and the second-highest among all teams. [1]
  • DOUBLE-DIGIT wins in Postseason: The HEAT’s 16-point, 109-93, win in Game Four of the NBA Finals at SA on June 13, 2013 was Miami’s 12th double-figure win in the 2013 postseason. The 12 double-digit wins are tied for the most by any team during a single postseason in NBA history. The San Antonio Spurs tied this record in the 2014 post season. The previous record was 11, held by five different teams, each winning the NBA Championship that postseason. [1]
  • Highest Field Goal Made Percentage, post season: Chris "Birdman" Andersen shot 80.7 percent (46-of-57) from the field in the 2013 postseason. He has become the first player in NBA postseason history to take at least 35 shots and shoot better than 75 percent from the field.[1]
  • SIX AND SEVEN over 30 points: LeBron James scored 32 points in Game Six of the NBA Finals on June 18, 2013 and then made 37 points in Game Seven on June 20, 2013. According to Elias Sports Bureau, he became the first player in NBA history to score consecutive 30-point games to help rally his team from a 3-2 series deficit to win an NBA title. [1]
  • GAME SEVEN over 30 Points: LeBron James finished the 2013 postseason by recording his fourth-straight 30-point Game Seven by scoring 37 points vs. SA in the NBA Finals. He had previously scored 32 points vs. IND on June 3, 2013, 31 points vs. BOS on June 9, 2012 and 45 points at BOS on May 18, 2008. The Elias Sports Bureau reports he has tied the record of the only other player to score at least 30 points in four consecutive Game Seven’s, Elgin Baylor (33 at STL on 3/26/60, 39 at STL on 4/1/61, 41 at BOS on 4/18/62, 35 vs. STL on 4/11/63 & 33 vs. STL on 4/15/66). [1]
  • Highest Scoring average in game sevens: Lebron James is averaging 34.4 points in Game Seven’s of the postseason during his career, currently the best average in NBA history. [1]
  • Most 3 point FG in Postseason: Ray Allen owns the record for most 3 point field goals in the postseason - 352. [1]
  • Most 4 point plays in a Finals game, 2: On June 16, 2013, Ray Allen converted two free throws after making three point field goals, one at the 5:08 mark in the 2nd quarter, and the other with 8:37 left in the 4th quarter. There had previously been only 12 four point plays in the NBA Finals history. [1]
  • Team Leader in Points, Rebounds, and Assists: LeBron James’ 18 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists vs. SA on June 6, 2013 was the 28th time he has led his team outright (no ties) in each of those categories during the playoffs, the most in NBA postseason history. In addition, he has been the outright game-high leader (no ties) in each of those categories eight times, also the most in NBA postseason history. His eight such games are more than the combined total of the next three players to achieve the feat. [1]
  • 25-10-8: LeBron James’ 32 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists vs. SA on June 18, 2013 marked his 15th postseason 25-point, 10-rebound, eight-assist game,the most in NBA postseason history. According to Elias, second on this list is Oscar Robertson with 10 such games. [1]
  • BACK-TO-BACKS: The HEAT recorded a 15-1 record (.938) on the second night of a back-to-back set in the 2012-13 season, tying for the best record on the second night of a back-to back set in NBA history. The Dallas Mavericks also finished 15-1 (.938) in such games during the 2006-07 season. [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "NBA Gamenotes". NBA.com. 18 June 2013. Retrieved 14 July 2013.