It’s a new day and a new season for the Miami Heat, who are set to return to prominence in the Eastern Conference in 2015-16. Perhaps the biggest move made during the offseason was the re-signing of 11-time All-Star Dwyane Wade, who has played his entire NBA career with Miami and may indeed retire in South Beach when it’s all said and done. The Heat also acquired former Slam Dunk Champ Gerald Green and veteran big man Amar’e Stoudemire, plus they extended point guard Goran Dragic to ensure that their offense is ready to compete at a high level every night. With the impending return of Chris Bosh, it’s certain that the Miami Heat will be back on the radar in a big way this season. Miami Heat tickets for American Airlines Arena are available now—secure yours today!
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The Miami Heat may be without Lebron James this season, but they don’t seem to be struggling too much as they made it into the first round of the playoffs. The Heat are currently taking on the Charlotte Hornets and are tied at 2-2. The sixth game is scheduled to play on Wednesday, April 27 in Miami, FL at the American Airlines Arena. Tickets are still up for grabs so don’t miss your chance to see Dwayne Wade and his team in a live playoff game this season. Tickets start at an affordable $39 apiece. Liven up your mid-week by purchasing your tickets today and cheer the Heat on to a victory.
After two wins, the Miami Heat ended their regular season with a loss against the Celtics on April 13. The Heat were ahead by 26 points, but the Celtics rallied and ended up beating them 98-88. Hassan Whiteside and Joe Johnson both had 19 points to lead the team in scoring, and Goran Dragic helped out with 18 points and Dwayne Wade scored 17. Despite the loss, the Heat end the season in the third seed and won its fifth Southeast Division in the past five years. The Heat play the Hornets in the first round of the playoffs, and they host games 1 and 2 on the 17 and 20 respectively. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $38.
As the fifth seed for the eastern conference, the Miami Heat has to start the playoffs on the home court of their opponents, the Boston Celtics. While the Heat has the same win/loss ratio as the Celtics, the Heat has not been able to beat them in any of their matchups this season. As the postseason kicks off, it certainly looks like the Heat is starting off with a disadvantage, but fans know they have an excellent shot at beating out Boston and moving on to the second round. They will be facing the Celtics on April 13th, just before the playoffs, to get a feeling for what it will take to overcome.
The Miami Heat are on fire recently as they have won their last three of four games. On Tuesday, March 22 the Heat took on the New Orleans Pelicans at the Smoothie King Center. Thanks to their center, Hassan Whiteside, who scored 24 points and recovered 14 rebounds, the Heat were able to dribble past the Pelicans and win the game won 113-99. Dwayne Wade also helped offensively with the 25 points he added to the scoreboard. They took the lead early in the first quarter and never looked back. Don't miss your chance to see the Heat play live in regular season play when they take on the Orlando Magic on Friday, March 25. Tickets are available for $43 apiece.
3/18/16 - The Miami Heat had a tight matchup against the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday evening. The Heat was off to a great start and the team was able to pull ahead of the Hornets by 15 points. Unfortunately for the Heat, the Hornets rallied back from the large deficit and won the game 109-106. Al Jefferson and Kemba Walker, for the Hornets, put up 21 points each to lead the Hornets to the victory. Miami did have a chance to push the game into overtime play, but Dwayne Wade was unable to complete the three-point shot that was needed. Watch the Heat play the Cleveland Cavaliers on March 19. Emotions will be high as the former Lebron James team hosts the Cavs. Don’t miss it!
2/10/16 - The Miami Heat have been in the spotlight since losing Lebron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers two seasons ago. There have been questions if the team was going to be able to perform as well without the superstar leading their team. This season, the Heat have been able to hold their own and they currently sit in fifth place in the Eastern conference standing board. Their last game was played against the San Antonio Spurs, who are one of the best teams in the NBA right now and it showed. The Heat were unable to keep up with the Spurs offensively and lost the game 101-119. Get tickets to see them play live on February 19 against the Atlanta Hawks.
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2/3/16 - The Miami Heat has really been dominating the court lately. Unfortunately, when they took on the Houston Rockets on February 2nd, they ended up ending their winning streak. Regardless, they followed this loss up with a strong 93-90 victory against the Dallas Mavericks the next day, meaning they have won five of their last six games and brought their season record up to 28-22. The Heat is now 6th in the Eastern Conference. There are just two more home games before the Heat hits the road until February 20th. Get your tickets for the matches on February 7th and 9th against the Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs. The Heat will greatly benefit if they can maintain their momentum on the road.
1/27/16 - The Miami Heat broke their four game losing streak with a victory over the Bulls on January 25. They kept this momentum to also beat the Nets the next night. The Bucks led when the teams went in at halftime, but the Heat came out strong, outscoring the Bucks 26-10 in the third quarter. Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh tied for lead scorer with 27 points each. The two were on their game throughout the night, combining to score the final 12 points of the game to ensure their victory. They will look to add another win to their record when they play the Bucks on the 29. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $27.
1/20/16 - The Miami Heat unfortunately find themselves in the midst of a three game losing streak, thanks in part to several team injuries. So far this season, Chris Bosh is the only Miami player who has seen the court in every game so far this season. Dwayne Wade had to sit out due to shoulder soreness, and Hassan Whiteside strained his left oblique in the second quarter and left the game. Their bad luck continued when Luol Deng was poked in the eye with just two minutes left to play. Bosh led the team in scoring with 18 points. The Heat will look to break this unlucky streak when they play the Raptors on January 22. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $49.
1/13/16 - After beating the Suns on January 8, the Miami Heat lost their next three games in a row. Their latest loss came against the Clippers on January 13. The Heat led going into the half, but a lousy third quarter turned the tide of the game to the Clippers favor. Gerald Green was the lead scorer with 19 points, and Dwayne Wade added another 16. This three-game losing streak is the longest the Heat have experienced this season. It also kept them behind Atlanta, the first place team in their division, by one point. The Heat will look to get back to winning when they play the Nuggets on the 15. You can still get tickets, for prices starting at $26.
1/6/16 - The Miami Heat have ended their short winning streak. Right on the heels of their impressive overtime win against the Indiana Pacers, which came to 100-103, the Heat takes a disappointing loss to the New York Knicks on January 6th. After falling behind early, the final score came to 98-90. This match also marks the end of the Heat’s time on their own court for now. They will be heading back out on the road to play the Phoenix Suns, Utah Jazz, Golden State Warriors, and others. They will not return to Miami until January 19th, when they host the Milwaukee Bucks. Tickets for that matchup are available starting at $18.
12/30/15 - Although they’ve enjoyed a bounce-back season with Chris Bosh back in the lineup, the Miami Heat are going to end 2015 on a losing note. They fell 99-90 to Memphis on the road in their final contest of the calendar year and will look to Dallas on New Year’s Day for redemption. Dwyane Wade’s squad enjoyed a rivalry with the Mavs in the early 2000s, as each team took turns bringing home the Larry O’Brien Trophy prior to the rise of LeBron James and the return of the San Antonio Spurs. The Heat head to Washington on Jan. 3rd to face John Wall and the Wizards—get your tickets today from just $19!
12/24/15 - The Miami Heat are coming off of a 116-109 win against the Trail Blazers on December 20. Goran Dragic experienced his first ejection of the year, but his teammates rallied to ensure they won. Dragic showed his displeasure about calls two times in three minutes, leading to his ejection. Several other players experienced technical fouls in the game, including Whiteside. Chris Bosh led the team with 29 points, whiel Hassan Whiteside added 222 points. The Heat will be looking to add some more wins to their record as the season continues. They next play the Pistons at home on the 22, and you can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $38.
12/16/15 - The Miami Heat is officially done with their series of away matches and fans will be thrilled to learn that they faired admirably. The Heat travelled to Atlanta and Brooklyn to face the Hawks and the Nets, but the Heat were able to beat them both back. As they return to their home court in Miami, they are boasting a three game winning streak. From here, they should be able to relax a little, and hopefully add to their streak. They welcome the Toronto Raptors first, so be sure to get your tickets for the December 18th match. You can secure your spot in the stands for as little as $28.
12/9/15 - The Miami Heat beat the Cavaliers on December 5 for two wins in a row. Dwayne Wade and Tyler Johnson led the team with 19 points each, even with Wade sitting for the fourth quarter. LaBron James sat out for the Cavaliers, giving the Heat a bit of an edge of which they took complete advantage. The Heat led by 27 points at one point, but the Cavaliers battled back and the final score was 99-84. Unfortunately, the Heat were unable to maintain the momentum and have added two losses against the Wizards and Hornets. The Heat head to Indiana to play the Pacers on December 11, and you can still get tickets for just $13.
12/2/15 - The Miami Heat hit their home court on November 30 to play against the Boston Celtics. Even though Boston was playing away, they were able to hook the lead early on in the first quarter and they didn’t let it out of their grasp. Dwayne Wade and others tried their best to pull the team together to obtain the lead throughout the entire game, and there were times it was looking promising, but Avery Bradley from the Celtics kept his team in the lead with his outstanding offense and defense. See the Heat play live again on December 5 against the Eastern Conference leaders, the Cleveland Cavaliers. Tensions will be high since the Heat is Lebron James former team.
11/25/15 - The Miami Heat have only one game left in their run of seven home games. After beating the 76ers on Saturday, they still have only lost one game in this current series. The 76ers led for much of the game, but the Heat kept battling and were able to rally at the end to take the win. It was halfway through the fourth quarter, and the 76ers were ahead by 11. Then, the Heat had a 19-2 run to take the game. Fans have one more chance to catch them at home on the 23 when they play the Knicks before they head out to play the Pistons in Detroit on the 25. Tickets remain available to both games, staring at $29.
11/18/15 - The Miami Heat have been enjoying their long stint of home games during the month of November. They have played their last five games at home and have only lost one game to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The home game streak continues for two more games and then the Heat hit the road for a long stretch away from the American Airlines Arena. Next up, the Heat face off against the Philadelphia 76ers on November 21. Get your tickets to watch the matchup live and see if the Heat can please their crowd again with another win. Tickets are still available to purchase for the next two home games so don’t miss your chance to see the team live.
11/11/15 - The Miami Heat are on a roll. After losing against the Pacers on the 6, they have won their next three games against the Raptors, Lakers and Jazz. Their latest victory came down to the wire. Chris Bosh had 25 points and Tyler Johnson helped out with 17 pints, including two key shots in the final two minutes of play. The Heat started the game strong, with a 9-0 run. They also had another strong momentum at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 13-4 run. Miami is playing a string of home games, with the next one against the Timberwolves on the 17. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $10.
11/4/15 - The Miami Heat is now five games into the season, and they have won every other match. Strangely, the Heat seems unable to start any kind of streak. With a record of 3-2, fans are hoping they stabilize a little and start racking up the wins. They have an excellent opportunity coming up. Starting on November 8th, the Heat will have seven consecutive home games, which is almost unheard of. This is also an excellent opportunity for the fans. With two full weeks of home games, this is sure to be an exciting time to be a Heats fan. Tickets for the first match, on November 8th start at $16.
10/28/15 - The Miami Heat started their season off strong with a 104-94 victory over the Charlotte Hornets. In the second quarter, the Heat had a 26-6 run that gave them the lead and helped them to take the win over the Hornets. It seemed as though the Hornets might get a chance to win after cutting a 20 point deficient to five, but Miami stayed strong and a 3-pointer from Luol Deng ensured the win. Chris Bosh returned after being sidelined since last February and had 21 points. Dwayne Wade had 20 points and Gerald Green had 19. The Heat head to Cleveland to play the Cavaliers on the 30th, and you can still get tickets with prices starting at $47.
10/21/15 - There is only one week left of preseason games in the NBA and all teams, including the Miami Heat, are starting to feel the pressure of regular season play quickly approaching. One thing that the Heat has worked on consistently throughout the offseason is creating good chemistry offensively. Being able to pull plays together and read each other is a huge component to having success on the court, and the Heat are working tirelessly to achieve such a comradery among their players. Watch the Heat live when they take on the Charlotte Hornets for their home game opener on October 28. Tickets are still available to purchase and start at $28 each.
10/12/15 - After losing their first two preseason games, the Miami Heat finally got a win when they played the San Antonio Spurs on October 12. Gerald Green was the high scorer for the Heat, scoring 17 points during the game. The Heat came back from behind after the Spurs were ahead 84-71 going into the fourth quarter. The starters of both teams took a chance to rest, and the Heat's young talent outscored that of the Spurs 26-10 to win the game. Hassan Whiteside remains out due to a strained right calf. The Heat head next to Orlando to play the Magic on October 13. You can still get your tickets, with prices as low as $12.
8/12/15 - The Miami Heat are still struggling to find themselves after LeBron James’s departure two seasons ago. They finished a mere third in the Southeast Division with an overall record of just 37-45 in the 2014-2015 regular season. Fortunately, with the recent release of the official NBA 2015-2016 schedule, fans and players now have a fresh start to look forward to. The Heat will face the Charlotte Hornets in their home opener game on Wednesday, October 28. Next, they’ll hit the road to take on LeBron James and his current team the Cleveland Cavaliers. It won’t be an easy matchup, so come show the Heat your love while they’re at home. Tickets to the kickoff game against the Charlotte Hornets start at as little as $30.
4/23/15 - The 2015 season is officially over for the Miami Heat. In many ways it was disappointing, but they played their best, and good things are still to come. First things first, missing their spot at the playoffs means they kept their first-round pick for the next season. Despite losing more often than fans would have liked, they did come incredibly close to the postseason. An early spot in the draft could easily put them over the edge for the 2016 playoffs. More importantly, however, Chris Bosh is back. Being out due to complications in his lungs, it was looking like his career could be over forever. Thankfully, Bosh is coming back next year, and reportedly, he’s better than ever. So do not give up hope on the Miami Heat, because 2016 could be their year.
4/13/15 - For the past month, the Miami Heat has been desperately hanging onto the possibility of slipping into the playoffs. It was a long shot, but they have officially lost their chance at the final slot for the postseason. To make it in, they needed to win their final game of the season against the Philadelphia 76ers, and both the Indiana Pacers and Brooklyn Nets needed to lose all their remaining games. With the Indiana Pacers taking a win over the Washington Wizards, the Heat's hopes ended. If they can still win on April 15th, however, they will be guaranteed a first-round pick next season. Otherwise, there is a 9% chance they will lose their first-round privileges. Even though they are not going to the playoffs, Miami played well this season and they have an opportunity to end the season strong.
4/10/15 - With just one week remaining in the regular season, the Miami Heat are trying to make every game count. They have had trouble on the court recently, but they just ended their short losing streak. Being one of only four remaining home games, the matchup against the Charlotte Hornets was a close game. The Heat took an early lead, but it was all tied up at the half. Miami played well from there and was able to edge out a narrow victory, scoring 105 to the Hornets' 100. There are now just three more home games and four matches total. If you still want to see the Heat in action, this week will be your last chance. Up next, they will be playing the Chicago Bulls on April 9th.
4/3/15 - Down to their last seven games of the regular season, the Miami Heat are grasping at the final playoff spot by threads. A pair of losses to a couple of the NBA’s top teams has made the road tougher, but with the benefit of owning the tiebreaker over Boston, the Heat control their postseason destiny. Dwyane Wade suffered a mild injury on Thursday in the Heat’s loss to Cleveland, slipping and collapsing to the floor awkwardly. To the relief of Heat fans, he is not expected to miss much time if any, and could be back in the lineup as soon as Saturday when his team faces the Detroit Pistons. Every possession of every game counts now—get in to the Palace of Auburn Hills to see Pistons vs. Heat starting at just $8!
3/24/15 - The Miami Heat managed to break their pattern and win all three of their home games last week. Since then, however, the Heat has been having less luck. They lost two consecutive games, against the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Milwaukee Bucks, and the Heat was unable to break 90 points in either match. Then Miami got a win against the Boston Celtics, but it was not their most impressive win. Their final score only came to 93, seven points ahead of their opponents. The Heat needs to practice a little more before the playoffs begin. Luckily, the majority of their remaining matches are home games. First they have back-to-back games against the Detroit Pistons and the San Antonio Spurs starting on March 29th. Tickets for those games start at $24 and $51 respectively.
3/17/15 - The Miami Heat is just starting a three-game series of home games. Both of the last two times the Heat had three consecutive games on their own court, they won two out of three. So far, things are looking up as Miami beat out the number two team for the Eastern Conference, the Cleveland Cavaliers, with 92-106. Before they leave again, they will also play the Portland Trailblazers and the Denver Nuggets. The Heat has a real chance to break their pattern and win all three. These last two games will be your last chance to see them in action before the end of March. Tickets for the Trailblazers game, on March 18th, start at $20 and the Nuggets game, on March 20th, starts at $23.
3/11/15 - Battling through a host of major injuries, the Miami Heat find themselves right at the edge of the Eastern Conference playoff field. They are tied with the Indiana Pacers in actual wins and losses, but currently rank just outside of the top eight by virtue of tiebreakers. The Heat picked up a crucial win in overtime on Saturday, rallying to steal a victory from the visiting Sacramento Kings. Dwyane Wade turned in a vintage performance, scoring 28 points on 10-18 shooting and 7-7 from the free throw line, while Michael Beasley chipped in 18 to go with seven rebounds. Miami will host the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night in another game with playoff implications in the East—come out and support your team, with seats starting at just $10!
3/6/15 - Newly-acquired point guard Goran Dragic made no secret about his excitement at facing the Phoenix Suns, just two weeks after they executed a trade to send him to the Miami Heat. Limited by back spasms, Dragic played just 15 minutes, but scorched his former team to the tune of 21 points and four rebounds, helping lift Miami to a 115-98 victory. Rookie Tyler Johnson had an outstanding game as well, pouring in a career-high 26 points in as many minutes off the bench. The Heat will travel to Washington to face the Wizards on Friday before returning home to host DeMarcus Cousins and the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night. Come out to American Airlines Arena for Heat vs. Kings, with tickets starting as low as $17!
2/26/15 - Goran Dragic brought 10 assists to the Miami Heat when the Philadelphia 76ers came to town. With the 29 points Luoi Deng, the Heat had a great win with a final score of 108-119. With a win against the Orlando Magic two days later, they’re on a two-game winning streak. The Heat has three home games, beginning on Saturday (2/28) against the Atlanta Hawks. Our tickets start at $42. Monday (3/2), the Phoenix Suns come to town. See if they regret their trade to the Heat, and get your tickets for $14 and up. Wednesday (3/4), the Los Angeles Lakers join the Heat on the court. We have tickets from $37 and up. Break up the monotony of your work week with some fast-paced basketball.
2/19/15 - The Miami Heat picked up Goran Dragic from the Phoenix Suns in a huge NBA trade this season. The Heat gets both Dragic brothers, and everyone is excited to see what these two can do for the team. With upcoming home games on Saturday (2/21) against the New Orleans Pelicans and Monday (2/23) versus the Philadelphia 76ers, the Heat will have a chance to see how the two fit into their lineup and help the team get out of the 8th overall standing in the Eastern Conference. Tickets for the Pelicans’ game start at $49, and for the 76ers’ game start at $25. Chris Bosh was just admitted to the hospital for tests on his lungs, so he may be out for a few games.
2/11/15 - Hassan Whiteside did all he could to push the Miami Heat ahead of the Cleveland Cavaliers in Wednesday’s game. He was the top performer with 17 points and 14 rebounds, but the Cavaliers took the Heat with a final score of 93-113. Look for Dwayne Wade to return to the Heat’s lineup when they come back from the All-Star break. Come out to the American Airlines Arena on Saturday (2/21) when the Heat host the New Orleans Pelicans. Tickets start at $39. The Heat have a second home game on Monday (2/23) when the Philadelphia 76ers come to town. You can still get great seats from Razorgator to see the home team and enjoy the camaraderie of the fans in the arena. Have an exciting night out with your friends!
2/3/15 - The Miami Heat may not be having the season of their dreams, but you can’t deny that they have some great talent to lead them through the end of the season. In a recent game against the Detroit Pistons, Miami just couldn’t make up lost ground after Hassan Whiteside went to the bench. The Heat lost the game, 91-108, but Chris Bosh shot a perfect 9-9 in the third quarter, scoring 21 points for the Heat. Bosh continues to shine for the Heat. In their final home game before the break, the Heat host the New York Knicks on Monday (2/9). Get your tickets from Razorgator starting at $38 and cheer the team to victory. Don’t miss out on any of the action when you enjoy a game in the arena.
1/29/15 - The Miami Heat made headlines this week, more for the appearances at a recent game by boxing superstars Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather, but there is no denying that Chris Bosh and his squad are starting to find their way as a team in the post-LeBron era. The Heat put up consecutive wins against Eastern Conference rivals Indiana and Chicago over the weekend, before suffering a 109-102 setback to the Milwaukee Bucks at home. Breakout center Hassan Whiteside had 16 points and 16 rebounds for Miami, who also got a combined 47 points from Bosh and Mario Chalmers. However, the Bucks shot nearly 55 percent from the floor, including 9-16 from downtown to secure the win. The Heat will look to bounce back on Friday night when they host the Dallas Mavericks, and great seats can be yours for as low as $49!
1/21/15 - According to Forbes, the Miami Heat have the best fans in the NBA. The Heat may not be having the season they hoped for, but their fans are loyal. With Hassan Whiteside on the sidelines for a few games, they may struggle even more. He injured his ankle in the game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Hopefully, he’ll be back in the game by the game on Friday (1/23) against the Indiana Pacers. Even if he’s not there, the Heat still have plenty of talent in Chris Anderson, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade who kept the team alive in the Thunder game, but couldn’t pull out the win. Catch the Heat in their game against the Pacers by purchasing your tickets from Razorgator at great prices.
1/12/15 - Coach Erik Spoelstra has had the unenviable task of adjusting to life without LeBron James this season, as the two-time champion Miami Heat have turned to Chris Bosh and veteran point guard Dwyane Wade to lead the way. The results have been mixed, but nearly halfway into the season, the Heat remain among the playoff contenders in the Eastern Conference, buoyed by their defense (fifth best in the East). In their Sunday road win, they held the high-scoring L.A. Clippers to just 90 points—16 below their season average. Miami will look to build on that win as they continue their West coast swing, with upcoming games versus Sacramento, the Los Angeles Lakers, and starting with the league-best Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night. A limited number of tickets are still available for Oracle Arena, starting at $52, but don’t wait because they’ll be gone soon!
1/5/15 - The Miami Heat snapped a four-game losing streak on Sunday, coming away with a victory over the Brooklyn Nets, 88-84. Hassan Whiteside had a big game for the Heat, grabbing a career-high 10 rebounds to go with 11 points and five blocked shots in just 27 minutes. Stars Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade combined for 51 points in the win, which elevated Miami to a record of 15-20 for the season, and kept them just ahead of the Indiana Pacers for eighth place in the Eastern Conference. The Heat will try for back-to-back victories when they travel to the Rose Garden to face off with the dangerous Portland Trail Blazers, led by the all-star duo of Damian Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge. Razorgator is your ticket in the door, with a limited number of seats still available from just $27!
12/31/14 - After a big win on Christmas Day versus the Cleveland Cavaliers and former teammate LeBron James, the Miami Heat have dropped two straight at home to bring their record to 14-18 overall this season. The Heat defeated Cleveland convincingly in LeBron’s first game back in Miami since his departure as a free agent, prevailing 101-91 behind 31 points from Dwyane Wade. Miami slipped up two nights later versus Western powerhouse Memphis, and then lost a nail-biter to the Orlando Magic, 102-101 on Monday night. The Heat will have a chance to close out the year with a win over an Eastern Conference rival, as they visit the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Wednesday night. Razorgator still has a limited number of tickets available starting at just $18, so come out and support your team!
12/25/14 - Looking to maintain their position among the top eight in the Eastern Conference, the Miami Heat will try for their second straight win on Tuesday when they host the Philadelphia 76ers. After five straight losses on their home floor, the Heat rebounded, defeating the Boston Celtics on Sunday, 100-84. Luol Deng led all scorers with 23 points, and Mario Chalmers added 11 to go with ten assists for Miami, who improved to 13-15 despite playing without all-stars Chris Bosh (left thigh strain) or Dwyane Wade (right knee bruise). Wade is due back into the lineup on Tuesday, and hopes to quickly reestablish his rhythm, as the Heat will host the Cleveland Cavaliers on Christmas Day in LeBron James’ first game in Miami since returning to his home-state Cavs this season. Razorgator is your ticket in to AmericanAirlines Arena for this hotly anticipated showdown, with tickets from $89.
12/17/14 - Despite the game delay due to a leaky roof, the Miami Heat were able to defeat the Brooklyn Nets last week, keeping them ranked third out of the five teams in the Southeast Division standings. The 95-91 win was a close game for the Heat, but the team was able to pull it off, even without star LeBron James on the roster this season. Chris Bosh continues to put up big numbers each game, holding on to his spot as the team’s scoring leader with an average 21.6 points per game. Bosh also leads in rebounds and blocks. Fans can purchase tickets for the Sunday, December 21 home game against the Boston Celtics. Tickets are available online starting at $27 each and make a perfect stocking stuffer for any basketball enthusiast.
12/9/14 - After dropping three consecutive games, the Miami Heat finally got a road win over a quality team. Chris Bosh poured in 34 points to help his team earn a victory over the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday, moving the Heat to a 10-11 record on the season. Luol Deng added 23 points on 9-12 shooting, as all five starters for Miami scored in double figures. The Suns committed 22 turnovers to leave the door open, and Bosh took over down the stretch, scoring 10 points in the fourth quarter to help Miami snap its losing streak and improve to 6-5 on the road. Next up for the Heat is a date with the Denver Nuggets at the Pepsi Center on Wednesday night, with seats still available from Razorgator starting at just $9!
12/3/14 - The Miami Heat scored another victory on Sunday when they took on the New York Knicks. It was a very low scoring game, but the Heat only scored less than their opponents in one of the four quarters. The final score came to 86-79. This win brings Miami to 9-7. They sit at 3rd for the Southeast Division, however they are only two win shy of the Washington Wizards in the number 1 slot. All season, the Miami Heat has been inconsistent with their wins and losses, usually alternating without establishing a streak of any kind. Hopefully they will be able to change that as they take on the Atlanta Hawks and then start a series of away games. Tickets for the Heat/Hawks game start at $17.
11/26/14 - The Miami Heat scored their second win in a row after an incredibly close game against the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday. After being ahead by 9 at the half, a dismal third quarter left them trailing by 5 going into the final quarter. This is when Miami brought an unstoppable offence to score 27 points over the Hornets’ 21, bringing the final score to 94-93. This tense victory brings Miami to 8-6 and 2nd in their division. The Heat has been doing quite well this season, but they still have a long way to go if they want to catch up with the top team in their division, the Washington Wizards with 9-3. Be sure to follow the Heat as they take on that challenge starting with a home game against the Warriors on Tuesday. Tickets for $24.
11/19/14 - The Miami Heat will have some big games coming up this week against opponents from both conferences at American Airlines Arena. First up will be a game against the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night. According to Razorgator, Miami Heat tickets against the Clippers have an average price of $141.99 with a get-in price of just $9. On Sunday, the Heat will take on the Charlotte Hornets for a game with an average price of $110.41, but a get-in price of $18.
11/17/14 - It was another disappointing loss for the Miami Heat on Friday, this being their second in a row. The final score against the Atlanta Hawks was 103-114. After trailing by 10 at the half, Miami started make a comeback in the third quarter, but ultimately fell just slightly short. This brings them to 5-4. It wasn’t even two weeks ago that the Heat was in the top position of their division, but they currently sit in 3rd. They have a little battle ahead of them if they are to climb back to the top, but first they need to kick this losing streak. Be sure to catch them take on the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday to find out if they can turn it around. A few tickets are still available starting at $17.
11/14/14 - Following the departure of LeBron James for Cleveland, Miami Heat tickets still remain in high demand on the secondary market. The team still sees its secondary tickets exceed the $200 average for games at American Airlines Arena, according to Razorgator, making the Heat one of the most sought-after teams in the NBA. The Heat are 5-3 on the season and head to Atlanta to play the Hawks tonight. They’ll wrap their week at home on Sunday when they host the Bucks.
11/12/14 - The Miami Heat is off to a very impressive start of the season, just winning their fifth game and second in a row. This 105-96 victory over the Dallas Mavericks puts Miami at 5-2. They were able to score more than Dallas in each of the first three quarters and a strong defense in the final period held their lead straight to the final buzzer. Luol Deng is still settling in as Heat’s new No. 3, but he seems to have the hang of things as he scored a season high 30 on Sunday. As they head to face the Indiana Pacers on their home court on the 12th, Los Angeles finds themselves in the top position of the Southeast Division. Tickets are available starting at $15.
11/11/14 - The Miami Heat have gotten off to a solid start this season with a 5-2 record as the new big three Luol Deng, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade combined for 70 points in their last outing, a 105-96 victory over a formidable Western Conference opponent the Dallas Mavericks. Miami Heat tickets have an average price of $113.51 for their next game this Wednesday as they host the Indiana Pacers at the American Airlines Arena, according to Razorgator. The Heat look for their fifth consecutive NBA Finals appearance.
11/5/14 - With LeBron James out of the picture, Chris Bosh has returned to the forefront of the Miami Heat, helping the team gain another win against the Toronto Raptors Sunday. The 107-102 victory places the Heat as the only unbeaten team in the Eastern Conference, securely at the top of the Southeast standings. Bosh had 21 points, four assists and 11 rebounds in Sunday’s game and has taken over one of the starring roles on the team. Averaging over 25 points in the first three games of the season, Bosh just may be the player to watch this year. He will be back in action on Saturday when the Heat take on the Minnesota Timberwolves at the American Airlines Arena. Tickets can still be purchased starting at $27 each.
10/29/14 - The Miami Heat's 27th season opener is Wednesday, Oct. 29, against the Washington Wizards at the American Airlines Arena. During the first few preseason games, Dwayne Wade was a facilitator and worked his way through the offense. In the preseason game against the Houston Rockets on Oct. 21, Wade had his best performance yet. He scored his first six shots and shot in all 11-of-17 for 26 points. Wade made a nice block on Terrence Jones, got two rebounds, and had six assists. Troy Daniels scored with only 36 seconds left, winning the game at 88-83. Wade also had a good game against the Memphis Grizzlies three days later and finished with two assists, three rebounds and 16 points scored. Be sure to snag your tickets for Wednesday night's game. Tickets start at $29.
10/20/14 – Last year, the Miami Heat had the most expensive ticket in the NBA. Following LeBron’s departure, Heat tickets are a little less sizzling. The average price to attend a regular season game in Miami is down to $203, seventh most expensive in the league but just $28 more than the NBA average. Today, the team announced that they have signed guard Larry Drew II, former UCLA Bruin and son of the Cavs assistant coach Larry Drew.
10/14/14 – LeBron took on his former team Saturday in an overtime thriller in Rio. The Heat will look to rebound from the preseason 122-119 loss Tuesday night at home where they’ll take on the Atlanta Hawks at 7:30PM. Miami Heat tickets are just $5 and you’ll get to catch Al Horford’s return to the court. Miami recently cut Reggie Williams and Chris Johnson from the Heat roster and will have to cut three more players here shortly.
8/18/14 – The 2014-2015 Miami Heat schedule was revealed last week, and the 82-game slate looks just as intriguing as the team's new-look roster! With the departure of LeBron James in the offseason and a slew of acquisitions over summer, expect an exhilarating new offensive scheme, a new big three, and fresh faces on the court as well as in the stands. Miami opens up its 27th season with a visit from the Washington Wizards on Oct. 29. Watch the anticipated NBA Finals rematch when the Heat and Spurs faceoff in San Antonio on Feb 6 and at home on Mar. 11. Score seats to see playoff contenders like the Pacers visit South Beach on Dec. 14 and the OKC Thunder on Jan. 20. See Derrick Rose and reinvigorate the Heat-Bulls rivalry on Dec. 14 and Apr. 9. Get Miami Heat tickets on Christmas Day and give the fanatic in your life the gift they really want: seats to one of the most anticipated showdowns of the year. LeBron James and his new team will visit American Airlines Arena in the must-see Heat-Cavaliers Dec. 25 matchup. The move of one player can shift the entire outlook of a league, so it's hard to tell what this year will bring. Don't miss out on all the action in the Eastern Conference this season with Miami Heat tickets today!
The Miami Heat made NBA history when the team advanced to a fourth consecutive NBA Finals—though the 2013-2014 campaign was one for the ages, their bid for a three-peat was shot to the ground by the San Antonio Spurs. Eric Spoelstra’s squad swept Charlotte, lost one to Brooklyn, and beat Indiana 4-2, before the worn-out Heat fizzled against San Antonio. Of course, none of that matters now, with a very different Miami Heat—and league—lining courts in the East this season. The shockwave jump heard ‘round the world landed this summer when LeBron James spurned South Beach for a spot on his hometown roster in Cleveland.
The dust has yet to settle on the Miami Heat’s bustling offseason, but the franchise is already toting a totally new-look roster. Chris Bosch and Dwayne Wade have opted to stay and welcome James’ replacement and blockbuster free-agent acquisition, Luol Deng to South Beach—not a bad big three! Miami also landed solid players like Josh McRoberts and Danny Granger, not to mention the draft-night scoop of Shabazz Napier so far this summer. Who will be added to this perennial playoff powerhouse? Score Miami Heat tickets now and witness dawn of a new era for the South Beach franchise!