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AUDIO: Heat 93, Raptors 83

Mar 31, 2014 -- 11:14pm

After losing eight of thirteen contests over a three-week span, the Miami Heat now have three consecutive wins, the latest a 93-83 installment over the Toronto Raptors. Miami's storied dominance over Toronto continues as the Heat have now won 15 straight games over the Raptors, including four straight season series sweeps.

Miami was without guards Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen as well as big man Greg Oden. LeBron James, as expected, was able to shoulder the load. The four-time NBA MVP finished with 32 points on 20 shots to go along with seven rebounds and eight assists. The output marked James's 565th consecutive game with double-digit scoring, good for the fourth-longest streak in NBA history and just ten games shy of the third-longest (Karl Malone).

Chris Bosh scored 18 points but missed all four of his three-point attempts. Chris Andersen added 13 by way of a perfect five-for-five shooting night with seven rebounds and two blocks. 

The Raptors are currently the third seed in the Eastern Conference, despite the lack of attention they receive. Twelve different players played for Toronto and five finished with double-digit scoring. Center Jonas Valanciunas logged his team-leading 21st double-double of the season with 14 points and 10 rebounds.

Miami's victory, coupled with yet another Indiana loss (the Pacers' fourth in a row and sixth in their last eight games), moves the Heat into the top spot in the Eastern Conference which, if held until the end of the regular season, guarantees them home-court advantage through at least the Eastern Conference Finals. 

ESPN 106.3 was with the Heat after their 93-83 win over Toronto. Click on the links below to hear what they had to say about the game:

 

Erik Spoelstra (AUDIO)

LeBron James (AUDIO)

Chris Bosh (AUDIO)

AUDIO: Heat 93, Bulls 79

Feb 23, 2014 -- 7:21pm

The Miami Heat returned home after a 20-day road trip that included five wins, one loss and an NBA All-Star weekend. The Heat treated their home crowd to a 93-79 victory over their conference rival in the Chicago Bulls. Four-time MVP LeBron James was ruled out of the game due to a broken nose that he suffered in Miami's win over the Thunder on Thursday. Big man Greg Oden would get the nod in his place. Oden, who has not started an NBA game since December of 2009, finished with five points, five rebounds and two fouls in just under 13 minutes. 

The team was led by strong performances from the two active members of the Big Three. Forward Chris Bosh scored 28 points, including a career-high nine three-point attempts, and grabbed ten rebounds as well. Dwyane Wade nearly had a triple-double with 23 points, ten boards and seven assists.

ESPN 106.3 was with the Heat after the game. Click the links below to hear what they had to say following the win:

Head Coach Erik Spoelstra (AUDIO)

Guard Dwyane Wade (AUDIO)

Forward Chris Bosh (AUDIO)

Center Greg Oden (AUDIO)

AUDIO: Thunder 112, Heat 95

Jan 29, 2014 -- 11:04pm

The biggest storylines heading into Wednesday's Heat-Thunder showdown in Miami surrounded Oklahoma City forward Kevin Durant. The three-time scoring champion came into the contest having scored 30 or more in 11 straight games. Wednesday night made it 12.

Despite a rough start for OKC, they ended up beating the Heat 112-95. Miami lead early after an 18-0 run in the first quarter, but the Thunder came back by scoring a combined 70 points in the second and third quarters. LeBron James lead all scorers with 34 points in 42 minutes. Chris Bosh added 18 along with nine rebounds. Turnovers plagued Miami all night as they committed 20 which lead to 25 points for OKC. 

For the Thunder, Durant lead the way with 33 points, seven boards and five assists. Durant only had seven after the first quarter, but had plenty of help around him to pick up the slack. Big man Serge Ibaka pitched in 22 points. They got 18 from Jeremy Lamb and 15 from the ageless Derek Fisher. 

ESPN 106.3 was with the Heat after the game. Hear what the team had to say following the loss:

Erik Spoelstra (AUDIO)

LeBron James (AUDIO)

Chris Bosh (AUDIO)

Dwyane Wade (AUDIO)

AUDIO: Heat 113, Spurs 101

Jan 26, 2014 -- 5:41pm

The Heat topped the Spurs 113-101 in Miami Sunday afternoon. The first meeting between last year's conference champions brought a significantly less thrilling game than one may have anticipated. The Heat in June snuck out a Game 6 win behind a game-tying Ray Allen three to force overtime. Miami went on to win the Finals in seven games to ultimately win the second of back-to-back championships. Both teams brought a different look on Sunday.The Spurs came into the game without starters Kawhi Leonard, Tiago Splitter and Danny Green, all of whom were inactive due to injury.

Miami opted to bring superstar guard Dwyane Wade off of the bench. Wade, who had missed the last four games rehabbing lingering knee issues, scored eight points in 23 minutes as a part of his first reserve role since January of 2008. 

Greg Oden, acquired by the Heat in the offseason, played a season-high 12 minutes, the most he's played in a game since 2009. Plagued with knee problems throughout his career, the big man has now played in three straight games scoring three points on Sunday to go along with two rebounds, one steal and a blocked shot.

The healthier pieces of the Big Three carried most of the slack. Reigning MVP LeBron James, amid a bevy of spectacular plays, scored 18 points while also grabbing seven rebounds and dishing out six assists. Chris Bosh, who has been on a scoring tear of late, continued his surge with 24 points on nine-of-ten shooting. Bosh has now scored 20 or more points in six of the last seven games, shooting an astounding 74 percent over his last three games.

ESPN 106.3 was with the Heat after their win over the Spurs. Here's what they had to say:

Erik Spoelstra (AUDIO)

LeBron James (AUDIO)

Dwyane Wade (AUDIO)

Chris Bosh (AUDIO)

Greg Oden (AUDIO)

AUDIO: Heat 104, Hawks 88

Nov 19, 2013 -- 10:44pm

The Miami Heat ended up cruising to a 104-88 win over the visiting Atlanta Hawks, but the score wasn't completely indicative of how the game went. The Heat, 7-4 coming into tonight's game, trailed by one point after the first quarter and only led by 3 at halftime. Chris Bosh leading all scorers with 19 points, but it was the play of the Miami guards that determined the outcome. In a game which superstar Dwyane Wade was held out for the sake of rest, the combination of point guard Mario Chalmers and usual-second-teamer Norris Cole gave the Hawks more trouble than they could handle. The Hawks' inexperience was exposed throughout the night, ultimately committing 24 turnovers. The ballhandlers for Atlanta were unable to generate any offensive flow and lacked any ability to create for their teammates. Veteran guard Ray Allen finished with 17 points for the Heat. Norris Cole added 8, as well as 9 assists. Starting point guard Mario Chalmers, back from a one-game suspension, netted 14, including nine straight unanswered in the third to help the Heat pull away for good. 

Hear what the Miami Heat had to say after their 104-88 victory over Atlanta:

Head Coach Erik Spoelstra (AUDIO)

Forward LeBron James (AUDIO)

Forward Chris Bosh (AUDIO)

Guard Ray Allen (AUDIO)

Heat Announce 2013-2014 Schedule

Aug 07, 2013 -- 7:27am

Below is the 2013-2014 schedule for the Miami Heat. A reminder that ESPN 106.3 is your home for Heat basketball in the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast!

OCTOBER

29 Tues. CHICAGO 8:00 PM TNT

30 Wed. @ Philadelphia 7:00 PM SUN

NOVEMBER

1 Fri. @ Brooklyn 8:00 PM SUN/ESPN

3 Sun. WASHINGTON 6:00 PM SUN

5 Tues. @ Toronto 7:00 PM SUN

7 Thurs. L.A. CLIPPERS 7:00 PM TNT

9 Sat. BOSTON 7:30 PM SUN

12 Tues. MILWAUKEE 7:30 PM SUN

15 Fri. DALLAS 7:30 PM SUN

16 Sat. @ Charlotte 7:00 PM SUN

19 Tues. ATLANTA 7:30 PM SUN

20 Wed. @ Orlando 7:00 PM SUN

23 Sat. ORLANDO 7:30 PM SUN

25 Mon. PHOENIX 7:30 PM SUN

27 Wed. @ Cleveland 7:30 PM SUN/ESPN

29 Fri. @ Toronto 7:00 PM SUN

DECEMBER

1 Sun. CHARLOTTE 6:00 PM SUN

3 Tues. DETROIT 7:30 PM SUN

5 Thurs. @ Chicago 9:30 PM SUN/TNT

7 Sat. @ Minnesota 8:00 PM SUN

8 Sun. @ Detroit 6:00 PM SUN

10 Tues. @ Indiana 7:00 PM SUN

14 Sat. CLEVELAND 7:30 PM SUN

16 Mon. UTAH 7:30 PM SUN

18 Wed. INDIANA 7:00 PM SUN/ESPN

20 Fri. SACRAMENTO 7:30 PM SUN

23 Mon. ATLANTA 7:30 PM SUN

25 Wed. @ L.A. Lakers 5:00 PM ABC

27 Fri. @ Sacramento 10:00 PM SUN

28 Sat. @ Portland 10:00 PM SUN

30 Mon. @ Denver 9:00 PM SUN

JANUARY

2 Thurs. GOLDEN STATE 7:30 PM SUN

4 Sat. @ Orlando 7:00 PM SUN

5 Sun. TORONTO 6:00 PM SUN

7 Tues. NEW ORLEANS 7:30 PM SUN

9 Thurs. @ New York 8:00 PM TNT

10 Fri. @ Brooklyn 8:00 PM SUN/ESPN

15 Wed. @ Washington 7:00 PM SUN

17 Fri. @ Philadelphia 7:00 PM SUN

18 Sat. @ Charlotte 7:00 PM SUN

20 Mon. @ Atlanta 5:30 PM SUN

21 Tues. BOSTON 7:30 PM SUN

23 Thurs. L.A. LAKERS 8:00 PM TNT

26 Sun. SAN ANTONIO 1:00 PM ABC

29 Wed. OKLAHOMA CITY 7:00 PM SUN/ESPN

FEBRUARY

1 Sat. @ New York 8:30 PM SUN/ESPN

3 Mon. DETROIT 7:30 PM SUN

5 Wed. @ L.A. Clippers 10:30 PM SUN/ESPN

8 Sat. @ Utah 9:00 PM SUN

11 Tues. @ Phoenix 9:00 PM SUN

12 Wed. @ Golden State 10:30 PM SUN/NBA TV

18 Tues. @ Dallas 8:30 PM SUN

20 Thurs. @ Oklahoma City 8:00 PM TNT

23 Sun. CHICAGO 3:30 PM ABC

27 Thurs. NEW YORK 8:00 PM TNT

MARCH

1 Sat. ORLANDO 7:30 PM SUN

3 Mon. CHARLOTTE 7:30 PM SUN

4 Tues. @ Houston 8:00 PM SUN

6 Thurs. @ San Antonio 8:00 PM SUN/TNT

9 Sun. @ Chicago 1:00 PM ABC

10 Mon. WASHINGTON 7:30 PM SUN

12 Wed. BROOKLYN 7:00 PM SUN/ESPN

14 Fri. DENVER 7:30 PM SUN

16 Sun. HOUSTON 3:30 PM ABC

18 Tues. @ Cleveland 7:00 PM SUN

19 Wed. @ Boston 7:30 PM SUN

21 Fri. MEMPHIS 7:30 PM SUN

22 Sat. @ New Orleans 8:00 PM SUN

24 Mon. PORTLAND 7:30 PM SUN

26 Wed. @ Indiana 8:00 PM SUN/ESPN

28 Fri. @ Detroit 7:30 PM SUN

29 Sat. @ Milwaukee 8:30 PM SUN

31 Mon. TORONTO 7:30 PM SUN

APRIL

2 Wed. MILWAUKEE 7:30 PM SUN

4 Fri. MINNESOTA 7:30 PM SUN

6 Sun. NEW YORK 1:00 PM ABC

8 Tues. BROOKLYN 8:00 PM SUN/TNT

9 Wed. @ Memphis 8:00 PM SUN/ESPN

11 Fri. INDIANA 7:30 PM SUN/NBA TV

12 Sat. @ Atlanta 7:30 PM SUN

14 Mon. @ Washington 7:00 PM SUN

16 Wed. PHILADELPHIA 8:00 PM SUN

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