2019–20 Miami Heat season

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2019–20 Miami Heat season
Conference champions
Division champions
Head coachErik Spoelstra
General managerAndy Elisburg
PresidentPat Riley
Owner(s)Micky Arison
ArenaAmerican Airlines Arena
Results
Record44–29 (.603)
PlaceDivision: 1st (Southeast)
Conference: 5th (Eastern)
Playoff finishNBA Finals
(Lost to Lakers 2–4)

Stats at Basketball-Reference.com
Local media
TelevisionFox Sports Sun
Radio790 AM, "The Ticket"
< 2018–19 2020–21 >

The 2019–20 Miami Heat season was the 32nd season of the franchise in the National Basketball Association (NBA). It was the first time since 2016-17 that Dwyane Wade was not on the Miami Heat roster and the NBA's first time without Wade since 2002-03, as he retired from the NBA after playing 16 years in the league. It is the first season for Jimmy Butler on the Miami Heat.

Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo were both selected into 2020 NBA All Star Game.

The season was suspended by the league officials following the games of March 11[1] after it was reported that Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19.[2]

On June 4, the Heat were one of 22 teams invited to the NBA Bubble.

In playoffs, Heat defeated Pacers with 4 straight games in first round. From semifinal, Heat defeated Bucks who led by 2020 MVP Giannis in 5 games and got to their Conference Finals for the first time since 2014. In the Eastern Conference Finals, they faced off against the third-seeded Boston Celtics in the two teams' first playoff series since 2012 and defeated Boston in six games, winning the Eastern Conference for the 6th time and reaching the NBA Finals for the first time since 2014, where they were defeated by the Los Angeles Lakers (who were led by former Heat star LeBron James) in 6 games.

Draft picks[edit]

Round Pick Player Position Nationality School/club team
1 13 Tyler Herro SG United StatesAmerican Kentucky
2 32 KZ Okpala SF United StatesAmerican Stanford
2 44 Bol Bol C United StatesAmerican Oregon

Before entering the 2019 NBA draft, the Miami Heat originally only held their lottery selection for the 2019 NBA Draft.[3][4] On June 19, the night before the draft began, the Heat acquired the Atlanta Hawks' 44th pick of the draft in exchange for a conditional 2024 second round pick and cash considerations.[5] With their sole first round pick of the draft, the Miami Heat selected shooting guard Tyler Herro from the University of Kentucky. On draft night, the Heat agreed to a trade that will occur on July 6 that will allow them the draft rights to forward KZ Okpala from Stanford University. Finally, with the selection the Heat acquired from the Hawks the prior night, Miami selected Sudanese-American center Bol Bol from the University of Oregon. However, the Heat agreed to a trade that will occur on July 6 that will send the draft rights to Bol Bol to the Denver Nuggets for a future conditional second round pick and $1.88 million cash.

Roster[edit]

2019–20 Miami Heat roster
Players Coaches
Pos. No. Name Height Weight DOB (YYYY-MM-DD) From
C 13 Adebayo, Bam 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 255 lb (116 kg) 1997–07–18 Kentucky
PF 17 Alexander, Kyle (TW) 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 226 lb (103 kg) 1996–10–21 Tennessee
SG 22 Butler, Jimmy (C) 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 230 lb (104 kg) 1989–09–14 Marquette
SF 99 Crowder, Jae 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 235 lb (107 kg) 1990–07–06 Marquette
PG 7 Dragić, Goran (C) 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 190 lb (86 kg) 1986–05–06 Slovenia
PF 40 Haslem, Udonis (C) 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 235 lb (107 kg) 1980–06–09 Florida
SG 14 Herro, Tyler 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 195 lb (88 kg) 2000–01–20 Kentucky
SF 44 Hill, Solomon 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 226 lb (103 kg) 1991–03–18 Arizona
SF 28 Iguodala, Andre 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 215 lb (98 kg) 1984–01–28 Arizona
SF 5 Jones, Derrick 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 210 lb (95 kg) 1997–02–15 UNLV
C 0 Leonard, Meyers 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 260 lb (118 kg) 1992–02–27 Illinois
PG 25 Nunn, Kendrick 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 190 lb (86 kg) 1995–08–03 Oakland
SF 4 Okpala, KZ 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 215 lb (98 kg) 1999–04–28 Stanford
PF/C 9 Olynyk, Kelly 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 240 lb (109 kg) 1991–04–19 Gonzaga
SG 55 Robinson, Duncan 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 215 lb (98 kg) 1994–04–22 Michigan
PF 30 Silva, Chris 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 234 lb (106 kg) 1996–09–19 South Carolina
SG 2 Vincent, Gabe (TW) 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 200 lb (91 kg) 1996–06–14 UC Santa Barbara
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (DP) Unsigned draft pick
  • (FA) Free agent
  • (S) Suspended
  • (GL) On assignment to G League affiliate
  • (TW) Two-way affiliate player
  • Injured Injured

Roster
Last transaction: 2019–11–30

Standings[edit]

Division[edit]

Southeast Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div GP
yMiami Heat 44 29 .603 0.0 29–7 15–22 10–4 73
xOrlando Magic 33 40 .452 11.0 18–17 15–23 9–5 73
Washington Wizards 25 47 .347 18.5 16–20 9–27 5–9 72
Charlotte Hornets 23 42 .354 17.0 10–21 13–21 2–7 65
Atlanta Hawks 20 47 .299 21.0 14–20 6–27 6–7 67


Conference[edit]

Eastern Conference
# Team W L PCT GB GP
1 zMilwaukee Bucks * 56 17 .767 73
2 yToronto Raptors * 53 19 .736 2.5 72
3 xBoston Celtics 48 24 .667 7.5 72
4 xIndiana Pacers 45 28 .616 11.0 73
5 yMiami Heat * 44 29 .603 12.0 73
6 xPhiladelphia 76ers 43 30 .589 13.0 73
7 xBrooklyn Nets 35 37 .486 20.5 72
8 xOrlando Magic 33 40 .452 23.0 73
9 Washington Wizards 25 47 .347 30.5 72
10 Charlotte Hornets 23 42 .354 29.0 65
11 Chicago Bulls 22 43 .338 30.0 65
12 New York Knicks 21 45 .318 31.5 66
13 Detroit Pistons 20 46 .303 32.5 66
14 Atlanta Hawks 20 47 .299 33.0 67
15 Cleveland Cavaliers 19 46 .292 33.0 65


Game log[edit]

Preseason[edit]

2019 preseason game log
Total: 4–1 (Home: 2–1; Road: 2–0)
Preseason: 4–1 (Home: 2–1; Road: 2–0)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
1 October 8 San Antonio W 107–89 Tyler Herro (18) Meyers Leonard (11) Jimmy Butler (5) AmericanAirlines Arena
19,600
1–0
2 October 9 @ Charlotte W 108–94 Dion Waiters (19) Davon Reed (9) Kendrick Nunn (7) Spectrum Center
8,522
2–0
3 October 14 Atlanta W 120–87 Tyler Herro (23) Bam Adebayo (10) Dragić, Winslow (5) AmericanAirlines Arena
19,600
3–0
4 October 17 @ Orlando W 107–98 Jimmy Butler (23) Bam Adebayo (13) Justise Winslow (12) Amway Center
17,149
4–0
5 October 18 Houston L 133–144 Kendrick Nunn (40) Bam Adebayo (11) Goran Dragić (7) American Airlines Arena
19,600
4–1
2019–20 season schedule

[6]

Regular season[edit]

2019–20 game log
Total: 44–29 (Home: 29–7; Road: 15–22)
October: 4–1 (Home: 2–0; Road: 2–1)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
1 October 23 Memphis W 120–101 Justise Winslow (27) Bam Adebayo (11) Justise Winslow (7) American Airlines Arena
19,600
1–0
2 October 26 @ Milwaukee W 131–126 (OT) Goran Dragic (25) Adebayo, Winslow (13) Adebayo, Dragic (8) Fiserv Forum
17,467
2–0
3 October 27 @ Minnesota L 109–116 Kendrick Nunn (25) Bam Adebayo (9) Justise Winslow (6) Target Center
17,049
2–1
4 October 29 Atlanta W 112–97 Tyler Herro (29) Adebayo, Leonard (10) Adebayo, Dragic, Winslow, Nunn (3) American Airlines Arena
19,600
3–1
5 October 31 @ Atlanta W 106–97 Kendrick Nunn (28) Jimmy Butler (9) Jimmy Butler (11) State Farm Arena
16,539
4–1
November: 9–4 (Home: 6–0; Road: 3–4)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
6 November 3 Houston W 129–100 Duncan Robinson (23) Kelly Olynyk (8) Jimmy Butler (9) American Airlines Arena
19,724
5–1
7 November 5 @ Denver L 89–109 Jimmy Butler (16) Bam Adebayo (11) Goran Dragic (7) Pepsi Center
18,010
5–2
8 November 7 @ Phoenix W 124–108 Jimmy Butler (34) Bam Adebayo (10) Bam Adebayo (6) Talking Stick Resort Arena
15,498
6–2
9 November 8 @ L. A. Lakers L 80–95 Jimmy Butler (22) Bam Adebayo (9) Goran Dragic (7) Staples Center
18,997
6–3
10 November 12 Detroit W 117–108 Butler, Nunn (20) Bam Adebayo (14) Jimmy Butler (13) American Airlines Arena
19,600
7–3
11 November 14 @ Cleveland W 108–97 Kendrick Nunn (23) Bam Adebayo (15) Kendrick Nunn (8) Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
17,374
8–3
12 November 16 New Orleans W 109–94 Kendrick Nunn (22) Bam Adebayo (14) Jimmy Butler (13) American Airlines Arena
19,600
9–3
13 November 20 Cleveland W 124–100 Duncan Robinson (29) Chris Silva (9) Dragic, Nunn (6) American Airlines Arena
19,600
10–3
14 November 22 @ Chicago W 116–108 Jimmy Butler (27) Bam Adebayo (14) Butler, Dragic (7) United Center
18,953
11–3
15 November 23 @ Philadelphia L 86–113 Tyler Herro (20) Kelly Olynyk (7) Butler, Silva (3) Wells Fargo Center
21,017
11–4
16 November 25 Charlotte W 117–100 Butler, Adebayo (21) Kelly Olynyk (16) Goran Dragić (9) American Airlines Arena
19,600
12–4
17 November 27 @ Houston L 108–117 Tyler Herro (22) Bam Adebayo (11) Bam Adebayo (8) Toyota Center
18,055
12–5
18 November 29 Golden State W 122–105 Goran Dragić (20) Bam Adebayo (9) Jimmy Butler (6) American Airlines Arena
19,600
13–5
December: 11–4 (Home: 7–1; Road: 4–3)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
19 December 1 @ Brooklyn W 109–106 Goran Dragić (24) Bam Adebayo (16) Goran Dragić (6) Barclays Center
17,026
14–5
20 December 3 @ Toronto W 121–110 (OT) Butler, Robinson (22) Jimmy Butler (13) Jimmy Butler (12) Scotiabank Arena
19,800
15–5
21 December 4 @ Boston L 93–112 Jimmy Butler (37) Bam Adebayo (9) Butler, Nunn, Winslow (4) TD Garden
19,156
15–6
22 December 6 Washington W 112–103 Jimmy Butler (28) Bam Adebayo (14) Jimmy Butler (11) American Airlines Arena
19,600
16–6
23 December 8 Chicago W 110–105 (OT) Tyler Herro (27) Bam Adebayo (13) Jimmy Butler (7) American Airlines Arena
19,600
17–6
24 December 10 Atlanta W 135–121 (OT) Kendrick Nunn (36) Jimmy Butler (18) Bam Adebayo (11) American Airlines Arena
19,600
18–6
25 December 13 L. A. Lakers L 110–113 Jimmy Butler (23) Bam Adebayo (12) Kendrick Nunn (7) American Airlines Arena
20,013
18–7
26 December 14 @ Dallas W 122–118 (OT) Jimmy Butler (27) Bam Adebayo (11) Bam Adebayo (10) American Airlines Center
20,333
19–7
27 December 16 @ Memphis L 111–118 Jimmy Butler (25) Bam Adebayo (13) Jimmy Butler (8) FedExForum
14,021
19–8
28 December 18 @ Philadelphia W 108–104 Kendrick Nunn (26) Bam Adebayo (9) Tyler Herro (7) Wells Fargo Center
20,715
20–8
29 December 20 New York W 129–114 Bam Adebayo (20) Meyers Leonard (13) Dragić, Butler (8) American Airlines Arena
19,704
21–8
30 December 23 Utah W 107–104 Jimmy Butler (20) Bam Adebayo (12) Bam Adebayo (6) American Airlines Arena
19,890
22–8
31 December 27 Indiana W 113–112 Jimmy Butler (20) Bam Adebayo (15) Dragić, Butler, Adebayo (6) American Airlines Arena
19,767
23–8
32 December 28 Philadelphia W 117–116 (OT) Jimmy Butler (25) Jimmy Butler (9) Jimmy Butler (9) American Airlines Arena
19,865
24–8
33 December 30 @ Washington L 105–123 Jimmy Butler (27) Bam Adebayo (14) Bam Adebayo (5) Capital One Arena
20,476
24–9
January: 8–6 (Home: 6–2; Road: 2–4)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
34 January 2 Toronto W 84–76 Bam Adebayo (15) Bam Adebayo (14) Kendrick Nunn (9) American Airlines Arena
19,939
25–9
35 January 3 @ Orlando L 85–105 Jimmy Butler (23) Butler, Adebayo (10) Jimmy Butler (7) Amway Center
17,198
25–10
36 January 5 Portland W 122–111 Goran Dragić (29) Meyers Leonard (9) Goran Dragić (13) American Airlines Arena
19,846
26–10
37 January 8 @ Indiana W 122–108 Tyler Herro (19) Bam Adebayo (9) Jimmy Butler (7) Bankers Life Fieldhouse
17,040
27–10
38 January 10 @ Brooklyn L 113–117 Jimmy Butler (33) Jimmy Butler (9) Bam Adebayo (7) Barclays Center
16,011
27–11
39 January 12 @ New York L 121–124 Jimmy Butler (25) Jimmy Butler (10) Jimmy Butler (6) Madison Square Garden
18,861
27–12
40 January 15 San Antonio W 106–100 Kendrick Nunn (33) Bam Adebayo (13) Bam Adebayo (7) American Airlines Arena
19,704
28–12
41 January 17 @ Oklahoma City W 115–108 Kendrick Nunn (22) Jimmy Butler (10) Jimmy Butler (7) Chesapeake Energy Arena
18,203
29–12
42 January 19 @ San Antonio L 102–107 Bam Adebayo (21) Bam Adebayo (16) Butler, Adebayo (6) AT&T Center
18,422
29–13
43 January 20 Sacramento W 118–113 (OT) Kendrick Nunn (22) Bam Adebayo (11) Kendrick Nunn (6) American Airlines Arena
19,600
30–13
44 January 22 Washington W 134–129 (OT) Tyler Herro (25) Bam Adebayo (8) Jimmy Butler (10) American Airlines Arena
19,600
31–13
45 January 24 L. A. Clippers L 117–122 Jimmy Butler (20) Kelly Olynyk (9) Bam Adebayo (9) American Airlines Arena
19,632
31–14
46 January 27 Orlando W 113–92 Duncan Robinson (21) Bam Adebayo (10) Bam Adebayo (10) American Airlines Arena
19,600
32–14
47 January 28 Boston L 101–109 Goran Dragić (23) Bam Adebayo (10) Goran Dragić (4) American Airlines Arena
19,704
32–15
February: 6–7 (Home: 4–1; Road: 2–6)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
48 February 1 @ Orlando W 102–89 Jimmy Butler (24) Adebayo, Leonard (14) Goran Dragić (6) Amway Center
18,846
33–15
49 February 3 Philadelphia W 137–106 Jimmy Butler (38) Bam Adebayo (8) Bam Adebayo (11) American Airlines Arena
19,725
34–15
50 February 5 @ L. A. Clippers L 111–128 Derrick Jones Jr. (25) Bam Adebayo (11) Jimmy Butler (7) Staples Center
19,068
34–16
51 February 7 @ Sacramento L 97–105 Bam Adebayo (26) Bam Adebayo (7) Duncan Robinson (6) Golden 1 Center
16,760
34–17
52 February 9 @ Portland L 109–115 Goran Dragić (27) Bam Adebayo (12) Adebayo, Dragić (7) Moda Center
19,726
34–18
53 February 10 @ Golden State W 113–101 Butler, Crowder (21) Bam Adebayo (11) Kelly Olynyk (11) Chase Center
18,064
35–18
54 February 12 @ Utah L 101–116 Jimmy Butler (25) Bam Adebayo (11) Adebayo, Dragić (5) Vivint Smart Home Arena
18,306
35–19
55 February 20 @ Atlanta L 124–129 Bam Adebayo (28) Bam Adebayo (19) Jimmy Butler (9) State Farm Arena
17,356
35–20
56 February 22 Cleveland W 124–105 Kendrick Nunn (24) Udonis Haslem (5) Bam Adebayo (9) American Airlines Arena
19,754
36–20
57 February 24 @ Cleveland L 119–125 (OT) Adebayo, Dragić (22) Bam Adebayo (13) Bam Adebayo (9) Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
17,336
36–21
58 February 26 Minnesota L 126–129 Kendrick Nunn (24) Bam Adebayo (10) Jimmy Butler (9) American Airlines Arena
19,600
36–22
59 February 28 Dallas W 126–118 Jimmy Butler (26) Bam Adebayo (11) Kelly Olynyk (9) American Airlines Arena
19,704
37–22
60 February 29 Brooklyn W 116–113 Kendrick Nunn (21) Bam Adebayo (12) Goran Dragić (10) American Airlines Arena
19,600
38–22
March: 3–2 (Home: 2–1; Road: 1–1)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
61 March 2 Milwaukee W 105–89 Butler, Crowder (18) Bam Adebayo (13) Jimmy Butler (7) American Airlines Arena
19,600
39–22
62 March 4 Orlando W 116–113 Duncan Robinson (27) Adebayo, Butler, Crowder (7) Goran Dragić (9) American Airlines Arena
19,600
40–22
63 March 6 @ New Orleans L 104–110 Jimmy Butler (28) Bam Adebayo (12) Jimmy Butler (6) Smoothie King Center
18,384
40–23
64 March 8 @ Washington W 100–89 Bam Adebayo (27) Bam Adebayo (14) Bam Adebayo (6) Capital One Arena
18,135
41–23
65 March 11 Charlotte L 98–109 Kendrick Nunn (24) Jae Crowder (10) Bam Adebayo (10) American Airlines Arena
19,600
41–24
Seeding games: 3–5 (Home: 2–2; Road: 1–3)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
66 August 1 @ Denver W 125–105 Adebayo, Butler (22) Bam Adebayo (9) Jimmy Butler (7) HP Field House
No In-Person Attendance
42–24
67 August 3 Toronto L 103–107 Goran Dragić (25) Bam Adebayo (8) Butler, Dragić, Iguodala (5) HP Field House
No In-Person Attendance
42–25
68 August 4 Boston W 112–106 Adebayo, Robinson (21) Bam Adebayo (12) Kelly Olynyk (8) HP Field House
No In-Person Attendance
43–25
69 August 6 @ Milwaukee L 116–130 Duncan Robinson (21) Andre Iguodala (7) Andre Iguodala (8) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
43–26
70 August 8 Phoenix L 112–119 Herro, Robinson (25) Herro, Olynyk (8) Tyler Herro (10) Visa Athletic Center
No In-Person Attendance
43–27
71 August 10 Indiana W 114–92 Jimmy Butler (19) Jimmy Butler (11) Goran Dragić (9) Visa Athletic Center
No In-Person Attendance
44–27
72 August 12 @ Oklahoma City L 115–116 Tyler Herro (30) Tyler Herro (6) Goran Dragić (6) Visa Athletic Center
No In-Person Attendance
44–28
73 August 14 @ Indiana L 92–109 Kendrick Nunn (23) Chris Silva (11) Kendrick Nunn (4) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
44–29
Cancelled games
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Record
66 March 13 New York American Airlines Arena
67 March 14 Chicago American Airlines Arena
68 March 16 @ Milwaukee Fiserv Forum
69 March 18 @ Chicago United Center
70 March 20 @ Indiana Bankers Life Fieldhouse
71 March 23 Oklahoma City American Airlines Arena
72 March 25 Denver American Airlines Arena
73 March 28 Phoenix American Airlines Arena
74 March 30 @ Charlotte Spectrum Center
75 April 1 @ Boston TD Garden
76 April 3 @ Detroit Little Caesars Arena
77 April 5 @ New York Madison Square Garden
78 April 7 Indiana American Airlines Arena
79 April 9 Detroit American Airlines Arena
80 April 11 Boston American Airlines Arena
81 April 13 @ Charlotte Spectrum Center
82 April 14 Toronto American Airlines Arena
2019–20 season schedule

Playoffs[edit]

2020 playoff game log
Total: 14–7 (Home: 6–4; Road: 8–3)
First Round: 4–0 (Home: 2–0; Road: 2–0)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Series
1 August 18 @ Indiana W 113–101 Jimmy Butler (28) Bam Adebayo (10) Bam Adebayo (6) AdventHealth Arena
No in-person attendance
1–0
2 August 20 @ Indiana W 109–100 Duncan Robinson (24) Jae Crowder (8) Butler, Dragić (8) The Field House
No in-person attendance
2–0
3 August 22 Indiana W 124–115 Jimmy Butler (27) Bam Adebayo (11) Goran Dragić (6) AdventHealth Arena
No in-person attendance
3–0
4 August 24 Indiana W 99–87 Goran Dragić (23) Bam Adebayo (19) Bam Adebayo (6) The Field House
No in-person attendance
4–0
Conference Semifinals: 4–1 (Home: 1–1; Road: 3–0)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Series
1 August 31 @ Milwaukee W 115–104 Jimmy Butler (40) Bam Adebayo (17) Bam Adebayo (6) HP Field House
No in-person attendance
1–0
2 September 2 @ Milwaukee W 116–114 Goran Dragić (23) Bam Adebayo (9) Jimmy Butler (6) HP Field House
No in-person attendance
2–0
3 September 4 Milwaukee W 115–100 Jimmy Butler (30) Bam Adebayo (16) Jimmy Butler (6) HP Field House
No in-person attendance
3–0
4 September 6 Milwaukee L 115–118 (OT) Bam Adebayo (26) Bam Adebayo (12) Adebayo, Dragić (8) AdventHealth Arena
No in-person attendance
3–1
5 September 8 @ Milwaukee W 103–94 Butler, Dragić (17) Jimmy Butler (10) Butler, Herro (6) HP Field House
No in-person attendance
4–1
Conference Finals: 4–2 (Home: 2–1; Road: 2–1)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Series
1 September 15 @ Boston W 117–114 (OT) Goran Dragić (29) Tyler Herro (11) Adebayo, Herro (9) HP Field House
No in-person attendance
1–0
2 September 17 @ Boston W 106–101 Goran Dragić (25) Bam Adebayo (10) Dragić, Herro (5) AdventHealth Arena
No in-person attendance
2–0
3 September 19 Boston L 106–117 Bam Adebayo (27) Bam Adebayo (16) Crowder, Dragić (5) AdventHealth Arena
No in-person attendance
2–1
4 September 23 Boston W 112–109 Tyler Herro (37) Bam Adebayo (12) Bam Adebayo (4) AdventHealth Arena
No in-person attendance
3–1
5 September 25 @ Boston L 108–121 Goran Dragić (23) Adebayo, Butler (8) Adebayo, Butler (8) AdventHealth Arena
No in-person attendance
3–2
6 September 27 Boston W 125–113 Bam Adebayo (32) Bam Adebayo (14) Jimmy Butler (8) AdventHealth Arena
No in-person attendance
4–2
NBA Finals: 2–4 (Home: 1–2; Road: 1–2)
Game Date Team Score High points High rebounds High assists Location
Attendance
Series
1 September 30 @ L. A. Lakers L 98–116 Jimmy Butler (23) Iguodala, Nunn, Olynyk (5) Andre Iguodala (6) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
0–1
2 October 2 @ L. A. Lakers L 114–124 Jimmy Butler (25) Kelly Olynyk (9) Jimmy Butler (13) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
0–2
3 October 4 L. A. Lakers W 115–104 Jimmy Butler (40) Jimmy Butler (11) Jimmy Butler (12) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
1–2
4 October 6 L. A. Lakers L 96–102 Jimmy Butler (22) Jimmy Butler (10) Jimmy Butler (9) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
1–3
5 October 9 @ L. A. Lakers W 111–108 Jimmy Butler (35) Jimmy Butler (12) Jimmy Butler (11) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
2–3
6 October 11 L. A. Lakers L 93–106 Bam Adebayo (25) Bam Adebayo (10) Jimmy Butler (8) The Arena
No In-Person Attendance
2–4
2020 playoff schedule

Transactions[edit]

Trades[edit]

June 19, 2019[7] To Miami Heat

Draft rights to #44 pick Sudan/United States Bol Bol

To Atlanta Hawks
2024 conditional second-round pick
Cash Considerations
June 20, 2019[8] To Miami Heat
2022 second round pick (from Denver or Philadelphia)
Cash Considerations
To Denver Nuggets

Draft rights to #44 pick Sudan/United States Bol Bol

July 6, 2019[9] Three–team trade
To Miami Heat

Draft rights to #32 pick United States KZ Okpala (from Phoenix)

To Indiana Pacers
United States T. J. Warren (from Phoenix)
2022 second-round pick (from Miami)
2025 second-round pick (from Miami)
2026 second-round pick (from Miami)
To Phoenix Suns

Cash Considerations (from Indiana)

July 6, 2019[10][11] Four–team trade
To Miami Heat
United States Jimmy Butler (Sign and trade from Philadelphia)
United States Meyers Leonard (from Portland)
Cash Considerations (from L.A. Clippers)
To Los Angeles Clippers
United States Maurice Harkless (from Portland)
France Mathias Lessort (Draft rights from Philadelphia)

2023 protected first-round pick (from Miami)

To Portland Trail Blazers

United States Hassan Whiteside (from Miami)

To Philadelphia 76ers

United States Josh Richardson (from Miami)

Free agents[edit]

Re-signed[edit]

Player Date Signed Contract Ref.

Additions[edit]

Player Signed Contract Former Team
Jimmy Butler June 30 (sign & trade) 4 years, $142,000,000 Philadelphia 76ers
Meyers Leonard July 1 (sign & trade) 1 year, $11,000,000 Portland Trail Blazers

Subtractions[edit]

Player Reason Left New Team Ref.
Dwyane Wade Retired N/A [12]
Josh Richardson Sign & Trade Philadelphia 76ers
Hassan Whiteside Sign & Trade Portland Trail Blazers

References[edit]

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  3. ^ "2019 NBA Draft Lottery odds: Knicks, Cavaliers, Suns clinch league's worst records, lock up top lottery-draw positions". CBSSports.com. April 11, 2019. Retrieved April 23, 2019.
  4. ^ "Full 2019 NBA Draft Order". tankathon.com. Archived from the original on 2019-05-15. Retrieved 2019-05-15.
  5. ^ "Atlanta Hawks Acquire Conditional 2024 Second-Round Pick and Cash Considerations from Miami Heat".
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