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2015-16 Schedule
29-24, 2nd in Southeast
Le Batard: Whiteside is 'a benign knucklehead' (1:38)
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It didn't matter that the Heat were hot

Miami shot 57.1 percent from the floor on Tuesday night against San Antonio yet lost at home, 119-101. Elias Sports Bureau reports the Heat's 18-point deficit was the largest in NBA history for a host team compiling that high of a shooting percentage.

Heat frustrated enough to trade Whiteside? (1:21)

Heat to thank Shaq for job well done

The Heat recently announced they will retire Shaquille O'Neal's jersey number next season. O'Neal spent 3.5 seasons in Miami and played a pivotal role in winning the 2006 Finals over Dallas:

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Heat's Whiteside ejected vs. Spurs, sent home

Heat center Hassan Whiteside was sent home by the team soon after he was ejected for swinging an elbow toward the head of Spurs center Boban Marjanovic in Tuesday's loss to San Antonio.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Hassan Whiteside was not available to the media after the game. He was asked by the team to leave after the ejection for his elbow on Boban Marjanovic early in the fourth quarter. Heat teammates said Whiteside was already gone from the locker room by the time they got to the showers after the 119-101 loss to the Spurs.

Spurs hand Heat second straight loss (0:52)

Spurs start Rodeo Road Trip with win

San Antonio's annual Rodeo Road Trip got off to a good start with a 119-101 win in Miami. LaMarcus Aldridge and Kawhi Leonard combined for 51 points on 21-for-33 shooting. Box score

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

The thing about the Heat is that they just can't seem to be the same team two weeks in a row. So up and down. Still no consistent rotation or results. In other words, consistently inconsistent. Headed into the All-Star break 29-24.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Not sure if even Ray Allen can save the Heat this time.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Flagrant foul penalty 2 for Hassan Whiteside. He's been ejected for swinging elbow on Boban Marjanovic. Leads to unprecedented 7-point possession for Spurs.

Hassan Whiteside ejected

The Heat center was called for a flagrant foul 2 for elbowing Spurs big man Boban Marjanovic with 9:35 left in the fourth quarter. Whiteside finished with 14 points and 6 rebounds, as the Heat trail by 11.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Hassan gone?

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Trend continues for the Heat, who are shooting 57.7 percent through three quarters but trail the Spurs 85-75. The big difference? Spurs covert 13 Heat turnovers into 20 points.

Pop has the secret to success (0:12)

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

When the Heat post one of their best shooting halves of the season and still trail 54-47 at the break, there's only one explanation necessary: they're playing the San Antonio Spurs.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Heat's defense hold Spurs to 7-of-27 shooting in the first quarter, and carry a 24-20 lead into the second. Dwyane Wade and Goran Dragic combined for 10 points and 5 assists.

Heat lead Spurs by 4 after 1

Dwyane Wade was a perfect 3-for-3 from the field in the first quarter, helping Miami take a 24-20 lead over visiting San Antonio. The Spurs shot a dismal 25.9%, including missing all 3 of their 3-point attempts. Follow live

Short-handed Spurs take on Heat

San Antonio is without Tim Duncan (knee) and Manu Ginobili (groin) in Miami tonight. The good news: the Spurs were missing these two in their past two games and they won both. Follow live

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Hassan Whiteside (ankle) warmed up and looks like he'll play tonight versus the Spurs. Amar'e Stoudemire remains in the starting lineup. Both Whiteside and coach Erik Spoelstra downplayed the bench role being an issue.

Heat to retire Shaq's No. 32 next season

"Shaquille O'Neal is one of the truly elite players in the history of the game and one of the greatest players to ever wear a Heat uniform," team president Pat Riley said. O'Neal, who already had his No. 34 jersey retired by the Lakers, spent three and a half seasons in Miami, helping the Heat to their first NBA title in 2005-06.

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NBA Lockdown: Should Shaq's Number Be Retired?

Jorge Sedano, Amin Elhassan and Tom Haberstoh discuss the news that the Heat will retire Shaquille O'Neal's number and debate if Shaq deserves that honor.

Team Stats

Points Per Game96.029th
Rebounds Per Game43.116th
Assists Per Game20.126th
Points Allowed96.32nd

Team History


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