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Miami HEAT (13-13) vs.

Portland Trail Blazers (13-13)


Wednesday, December 13, 2017 7:30PM
Regular Season Game: 27 Home Game: 12
AmericanAirlines Arena Miami, FL

2017-18 SCHEDULE/RESULTS PROBABLE STARTERS


DATE OPPONENT TIME (ET)/RESULTS TV (+/-) POS PLAYER HT WT PPG RPG AST MISC. NOTES
10/18 @ Orlando L, 116-109 -7
10/21 INDIANA W, 112-108 +4 #0
10/23 ATLANTA W, 104-93 +11 Is shooting 51.6 percent (16-31) from
10/25 SAN ANTONIO L, 117-100 -17 F JOSH RICHARDSON 6-6 200 10.2 3.0 1.9 downtown over his last six games.
10/28 BOSTON L, 96-90 -6 (Tennessee)
10/30 MINNESOTA L, 125-122 (OT) -3
11/1 CHICAGO W, 97-91 +6
11/3 @ Denver L, 95-94 -1 #16
Tonight will mark his 500th career
11/5 @ L.A. Clippers W, 104-101 +3 F JAMES JOHNSON 6-8 240 11.2 5.1 4.1 game.
11/6 @ Golden State L, 97-80 -17
11/8 @ Phoenix W, 126-115 +11
(Wake Forest)
11/10 @ Utah W, 84-74 +10
11/12 @ Detroit L, 112-103 -9 #9
11/15 WASHINGTON L, 102-93 -9 Has led the team in plus/minus a
11/17 @ Washington W, 91-88 +3 C KELLY OLYNYK 7-0 245 9.2 5.3 2.0 team-high six times this season.
11/19 INDIANA L, 120-95 -25 (Gonzaga)
11/22 BOSTON W, 104-98 +6
11/24 @ Minnesota W, 109-97 +12 Miami has recorded a 16-5 (.762)
11/26 @ Chicago W, 100-93 +7 #11
record when he shoots at least 50
11/28 @ Cleveland L, 108-97 -11 G DION WAITERS 6-4 215 14.6 2.4 3.7 percent from the field as a member
11/29 @ New York L, 115-86 -29
12/1 CHARLOTTE W, 105-100 +5
(Syracuse) of the HEAT.
12/3 GOLDEN STATE L, 123-95 -28
12/6 @ San Antonio L, 117-105 -12 #7
12/9 @ Brooklyn (Mexico) W, 101-89 +12
Has led the team in scoring and
12/11 @ Memphis W, 107-82 +25 G GORAN DRAGI 6-3 190 17.3 4.1 4.4 assists 11 times each this season,
12/13 PORTLAND 7:30PM FSS (Union Olimpija) both team highs.
2.6
12/15 @ Charlotte 7:00PM FSS
12/16 L.A. CLIPPERS 8:00PM FSS
12/18 @ Atlanta 7:30PM FSS
12/20 @ Boston 7:30PM FSS HEAT REGULAR SEASON RECORDS
12/22 DALLAS 8:00PM FSS
12/23 NEW ORLEANS 8:00PM FSS OVERALL RECORDS STREAKS
12/26 ORLANDO 7:30PM FSS
12/29 BROOKLYN 8:00PM FSS Overall: 13-13 (2016-17 Record: 41-41) Latest Streak: Won 2
12/30 @ Orlando 7:00PM FSS Home: 5-6 (2016-17 Record: 23-18) Home Streak: Lost 1
1/3 DETROIT 7:30PM FSS
1/5 NEW YORK 7:00PM FSS/ESPN
Road: 8-7 (2016-17 Record: 18-23) Road Streak: Won 2
1/7 UTAH 3:30PM FSS Overtime: 0-1 (2016-17 Record: 2-1)
1/9 @ Toronto 7:30PM FSS
1/10 @ Indiana 7:00PM FSS
1/14 MILWAUKEE 1:00PM FSS RECORDS VS. EASTERN CONFERENCE RECORDS VS. WESTERN CONFERENCE
1/15 @ Chicago 3:30PM FSS Overall: 8-7 (2016-17 Record: 27-25) Overall: 5-6 (2016-17 Record: 14-16)
1/17 @ Milwaukee 8:00PM FSS
1/19 @ Brooklyn 7:30PM FSS Home: 5-3 (2016-17 Record: 15-11) Home: 1-3 (2016-17 Record: 8-7)
1/20 @ Charlotte 7:00PM FSS Road: 3-4 (2016-17 Record: 12-14) Road: 4-3 (2016-17 Record: 6-9)
1/22 @ Houston 8:00PM FSS/NBA TV
1/25 SACRAMENTO 7:30PM FSS
Overtime: 0-0 (2016-17 Record: 1-1) Overtime: 0-1 (2016-17 Record: 1-0)
1/27 CHARLOTTE 7:30PM FSS
1/29 @ Dallas 8:30PM FSS
1/31 @ Cleveland 7:30PM FSS
2/2 @ Philadelphia 8:00PM FSS/ESPN STATUS REPORT
2/3 @ Detroit 7:00PM FSS
2/5 ORLANDO 7:30PM FSS PLAYER REASON STATUS
2/7 HOUSTON 7:30PM FSS
2/9 MILWAUKEE 8:00PM FSS Rodney McGruder Left Tibia Surgery Out
2/13 @ Toronto 7:00PM FSS
2/14 @ Philadelphia 7:00PM FSS
2/23 @ New Orleans 8:00PM FSS Okaro White Left Foot Surgery Out
2/24 MEMPHIS 7:30PM FSS
2/27 PHILADELPHIA 7:30PM FSS Hassan Whiteside Left Knee Bone Bruise Out
3/1 L.A. LAKERS 7:30PM FSS
3/3 DETROIT 7:30PM FSS
3/5 PHOENIX 7:30PM FSS
3/6 @ Washington 7:00PM FSS
3/8 PHILADELPHIA 7:30PM FSS
3/10 WASHINGTON 7:30PM FSS
3/12 @ Portland 10:30PM FSS/ESPN
RECENT TRANSACTIONS
3/14 @ Sacramento 10:00PM FSS
3/16 @ L.A. Lakers 10:30PM FSS/NBA TV
3/19 DENVER 7:30PM FSS
11/30/17: Derrick Walton Jr. re-joined the Skyforce as part of his two-contract
3/21 NEW YORK 7:30PM FSS
3/23 @ Oklahoma City 8:00PM FSS 11/28/17: Derrick Walton Jr. re-joined the HEAT from Sioux Falls as part of his two-way contract
3/25 @ Indiana 5:00PM FSS
3/27 CLEVELAND 8:00PM TNT 11/27/17: Derrick Walton Jr. re-joined the Skyforce as part of his two-contract
3/29 CHICAGO 7:30PM FSS
3/31 BROOKLYN 8:00PM FSS 11/25/17: Derrick Walton Jr. re-joined the HEAT from Sioux Falls as part of his two-way contract
4/3 ATLANTA 7:30PM FSS
4/4 @ Atlanta 7:30PM FSS
4/6 @ New York 7:30PM FSS 11/23/17: Derrick Walton Jr. re-joined the Skyforce as part of his two-contract
4/9 OKLAHOMA CITY 7:30PM FSS
4/11 TORONTO
2017-18 MIAMI HEAT GAME NOTES
8:00PM FSS 11/19/17: Derrick Walton Jr. re-joined the HEAT from Sioux Falls as part of his two-way contract PAGE 1
All games can be heard on WAXY 790AM & WAQI 710AM (Spanish)
TONIGHTS OPPONENT
PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS
TV: FOX Sports Sun (Eric Reid, Tony Fiorentino, Jason Jackson)
Radio: The Ticket 790AM & The HEAT Radio Network (Mike Inglis, John Crotty)
Spanish Radio: WAQI 710AM & The HEAT Spanish Radio Network (Jos Paeda, Joe Pujala)

Series Notes: The HEAT and Trail Blazers meet for the first of two matchups this regular season. Last season, Portland swept the season series, 2-
0, but the HEAT has won four of the last five matchups in Miami. The HEAT is 20-37 all-time versus the Trail Blazers during the regular season and
is 9-19 in games played in Miami. The HEAT is 11-18 in games played on the road.

2016-17 SEASON RESULTS VS. OPPONENT


DATE SITE RESULTS
12/03/16 Portland, OR L, 99-92
03/19/17 Miami, FL L, 115-104

2017-18 REGULAR SEASON STATS COMPARISON


HEAT CATEGORY OPPONENT
100.5 POINTS PER GAME 103.3
102.8 OPPONENT POINTS PER GAME 101.6
.453 FG PCT. .441
.453 OPPONENT FG PCT. .448
.369 3-PT FG PCT. .374
.767 FT PCT. .816
41.3 REBOUNDS PER GAME 46.0
43.4 OPPONENT REBOUNDS PER GAME 41.4
21.0 ASSISTS PER GAME 18.1
7.42 STEALS PER GAME 6.58
15.8 TURNOVERS PER GAME 15.0
14.2 OPPONENT TURNOVERS PER GAME 12.9
5.08 BLOCKS PER GAME 5.35

NEXT OPPONENT
CHARLOTTE HORNETS
TV: FOX Sports Sun (Eric Reid, Tony Fiorentino, Jason Jackson)
Radio: The Ticket 790AM & The HEAT Radio Network (Mike Inglis)
Spanish Radio: WAQI 710AM & The HEAT Spanish Radio Network (Jos Paeda)

Series Notes: The HEAT and Hornets meet for the second of four matchups this regular season. Earlier this season, the HEAT recorded a, 105-
100, win in Miami and has now won three-straight against the Hornets. The HEAT is 60-41 all-time versus Charlotte during the regular season and is
36-15 in games played in Miami. The HEAT is 24-26 in games played on the road.

2017-18 SEASON RESULTS VS. OPPONENT


DATE SITE RESULTS
12/01/17 Miami, FL W, 105-100
12/15/17 Charlotte, NC --
01/20/18 Charlotte, NC --
01/27/18 Miami, FL --

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2017-18 RECENT GAME RECAPS
MIAMI HEAT 107, MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES 82 (12/11/17): The Miami HEAT ended their three-game road trip with consecutive wins after defeating
the Grizzlies in Memphis, 107-82. Each team held a lead of at least five points in the first before the Grizzlies took a two-point, 23-21, advantage
after one. Miami shot 52.9 percent in the second as they took a three-point, 45-42, lead into the half. The HEAT held Memphis to 31.2 percent
shooting in the third as they pushed their lead to 10, 70-60, entering the final quarter. Tyler Johnson scored 14 points in the fourth on a perfect 5-of-5
from the field, including 4-of-4 from three-point range, to help secure Miamis, 107-82, victory. Goran Dragi scored a team-high 19 points as seven
different HEAT players finished in double-figures. Marc Gasol led the Grizzlies with 19.

MIAMI HEAT 101, BROOKLYN NETS 89 (12/9/17): The Miami HEAT recorded a, 101-89, win against the Brooklyn Nets in their first ever game in
Mexico. The Nets began the game on an 8-0 run before closing the first with a two-point, 26-24, lead. Tyler Johnson scored 10 points off the bench
in the second, but Brooklyns 52.6 percent shooting from the field in the quarter helped them hold a three-point, 53-50, lead at the half. After five lead
changes, Miami closed the third with a three-point, 75-72, advantage heading into the final quarter. The HEAT held a 10-point, 91-81, lead with 4:33
left on the clock before the Nets went on a 6-0 run to cut it to four, 91-87, but Miami responded with a 6-0 run of their own, pushing their lead back to
10, 97-87, with 1:23 remaining as Brooklyn couldnt get within single digits the rest of the way while the HEAT closed out the game with the, 101-89,
victory. Goran Dragi and Tyler Johnson each scored a team-high 20 points as Rondae Hollis-Jefferson led the Nets with 18.

SAN ANTONIO SPURS 117, MIAMI HEAT 105 (12/6/17): The Miami HEAT dropped the first game of their three game road trip, 117-105, to the
Spurs in San Antonio. Miami shot 61.9 percent in the first while hitting six three-point field goals to give them an eight-point, 35-27, lead after one.
The Spurs outscored the HEAT by seven in the second as they cut the Miami lead down to just one, 58-57, at the break. After three lead changes in
the third, San Antonio took a four-point, 86-82, advantage into the final quarter. The Spurs pushed their lead to 15, 109-94, with 5:13 left to play, but
the HEAT responded with a 9-0 run to close within six, 109-103, with 3:03 remaining, however, Miami would not get closer then that the rest of the
way before San Antonio recorded the, 117-105, win. Tyler Johnson scored a game-high 25 points as LaMarcus Aldridge led the Spurs with 18.

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 123, MIAMI HEAT 95 (12/3/17): The Warriors and HEAT completed their season series after Golden State recorded
a, 123-95, win in Miami. Despite Stephen Currys 16 first quarter points, the HEAT held a three-point, 36-33, lead after one as they shot 52.2 percent
from the field, including 5-of-8 from three-point range, in the quarter. After 11 lead changes in the second, the Warriors held a two-point, 62-60,
advantage at the half. Golden State started the third on an 18-3 run as they took a 22-point, 99-77, lead heading into the final quarter. Miami never
cut it below 20 in the fourth as Golden State closed out the, 123-95, win. Goran Dragi led Miami with 20 points as Curry led the Warriors with 30.

2017-18 GAME NOTES


HOT TAKES:
The 2017-18 season marks as the HEATs 30th in franchise history.
The HEAT are 41-15 (.732) when shooting at least 30 percent from three-point range since January 1.
On Miamis last road trip, Tyler Johnson averaged 19.7 points (59) while shooting 66.7 percent (22-of-33) from the field, including 57.9
percent (11-of-19) from three-point range.

SPO AMONG THE BEST: HEAT Head Coach Erik Spoelstra has posted a 453-295 (.606) career record, now just one win short from tying Pat Riley
(454-395) for the most wins in franchise history. Additionally, Spoelstra is only the second active head coach in the entire NBA to record at least 450
wins with their current team, joining Gregg Popovich, and his .606 winning percentage is the highest in the Eastern Conference since he became
head coach. Below are the most wins by a head coach in HEAT history.
MOST HEAT WINS HEAT COACH
454 Pat Riley
453 Erik Spoelstra
133 Kevin Loughery
112 Stan Van Gundy

ALL-TIME OFF THE BENCH: Tyler Johnson scored a game-high 20 points at BKN on 12/9, all off the bench, marking his 17th 20-point game off the
bench as a member of the HEAT, the second-most ever in team history. Additionally, James Johnson has posted 11 20-point games off the bench,
the fourth-most in franchise history. Below are the most 20-point games by a reserve in franchise history.
ALL-TIME 20-PT GMS OFF BENCH PLAYER
22 Kevin Edwards
17 Tyler Johnson
12 Michael Beasley
11 James Johnson
10 Hassan Whiteside
9 Ray Allen
9 Voshon Lenard

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BEYOND THE ARC: Miami has connected on 309 three-point field goals so far this season accounting for 35.5 percent of their total points, marking
as the highest percentage of points coming from downtown in team history. Below are the highest percentage of points from three-point range during
a single season in team history.
% OF PTS FROM 3FG SEASON
35.5 2017-18
28.7 2016-17
26.2 1996-97
25.5 2012-13
23.8 2013-14
21.7 2008-09

BAM BAM: Bam Adebayo shot a perfect 7-of-7 from the field on 11/28 at CLE, becoming the only rookie in team history to not miss a shot with at
least seven field goal attempts in a game, surpassing the previous record of a 6-of-6 performance by rookie Harold Miner on 1/10/93 at LAL.
Additionally, he also shot a perfect 5-of-5 from the foul line, marking just the second time in franchise history a HEAT player was perfect from the
field and the foul line with a minimum of five attempts each. The only player to previously accomplish the feat was Dorell Wright when he was 5-of-5
from the field and 7-of-7 from the foul line on 2/4/08 vs. TOR.

HOT IN NOVEMBER: The HEAT connected on 182 three-point field goals in November, the most for any month in franchise history. Below are the
most threes made during any month in HEAT history.
3FGM IN ANY MONTH SEASON GMS PLAYED
182 (November) 2017-18 15
174 (March) 2016-17 16
160 (March) 2012-13 18
154 (January) 2016-17 15

DOUBLE-DOUBLES: Hassan Whiteside posted an 11-point, 14-rebound double-double at CLE on 11/28. He has now totaled 130 double-doubles
with the HEAT, already the fourth-most in team history. Last season Whiteside posted 58 double-doubles, the most for a single-season in franchise
history. Below are the most double-doubles in team history.
HEAT DBL-DBLS PLAYER
221 Rony Seikaly
205 Alonzo Mourning
133 Udonis Haslem
130 Hassan Whiteside
121 Dwyane Wade

CLEANING THE GLASS: Hassan Whiteside grabbed 21 rebounds vs. WAS on 11/15, his third 20-rebound game of the season. That already marks
as the sixth-most for a single season in team history. Additionally, he has now totaled 15 20-rebound games as a member of the HEAT, the second-
most in franchise history. Below are the most 20-rebound games for a single season and as a member of the HEAT in team history.
SINGLE-SEASON 20-REB GMS SEASON PLAYER HEAT ALL-TIME 20-REB GMS PLAYER
7 2016-17 Hassan Whiteside 21 Rony Seikaly
7 1992-93 Rony Seikaly 15 Hassan Whiteside
6 1990-91 Rony Seikaly 3 Alonzo Mourning
5 1991-92 Rony Seikaly 3 Kevin Willis
4 2014-15 Hassan Whiteside 2 Brian Grant
3 2017-18 Hassan Whiteside

7-11: Goran Dragi scored a game-high 27 points as Dion Waiters added 26 in Miamis, 104-98, win vs. BOS on 11/22, ending the Celtics 16-game
winning streak. Dragi and Waiters became the first pair of HEAT starting backcourt teammates to each post at least 26 points in the same game
since Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers each scored 30 apiece on 11/20/09 at TOR.

SELLING OUT: Miami has currently sold out 346-straight overall games, which includes both the regular season and playoffs, the 10 th-longest
sellout streak in NBA history. Next on the NBA all-time list is the Sacramento Kings with their 354-game sellout streak from 11/26/99 4/18/07. Both
Miamis 346 overall streak and their 290-game regular season sellout streak are the longest in franchise history. Additionally, 237 of those 346
overall sellouts have been at over capacity, where fans have purchased Standing Room Only tickets in the Upper 400 Level. Below are the longest
home sellout streaks in team history.
REG. SEASON HOME SELLOUTS DATES REG. & POSTSEASON SELLOUTS DATES
290 10/29/10 present 346 4/23/10 present
125 2/13/05 2/23/08 147 2/13/05 2/23/08
104 3/3/89 12/7/91 104 3/3/89 12/7/91

THREE-POINT PRECISION: Miami connected on 19 three-point field goals at MIN on 11/24, tying for the second-most during a single game in team
history. The HEAT previously hit 19 treys on 4/4/08 at WAS. Only the franchise record of 21 made threes is more, which was set on 4/5/17 at CHA.
Additionally, Wayne Ellington (6) and Goran Dragi (5) each made at least five threes in the game, marking as the 14th time two HEAT players
connected on at least five from beyond the arc in the same game.

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THE GOLDEN ARM: Wayne Ellington connected on 20 three-point field goals from 11/19 11/26, becoming just the third player to hit that many
over a four-game span in team history joining Damon Jones and Voshon Lenard. Ellington shot 57.1 percent (20-of-35) in those four contests. Below
is each instance in which a player has hit at least 20 treys over any four-game span in HEAT franchise history.
MOST 3FGM OVER 4-GM SPAN PLAYER DATES
23 Damon Jones 2/9/05 2/16/05
21 Voshon Lenard 1/17/97 1/23/97
20 Wayne Ellington 11/19/17 11/26/17
20 Damon Jones 2/11/05 2/22/05
20 Voshon Lenard 1/16/97 1/22/97

1,000: Goran Dragi dished out his 1,000th assist as a member of the HEAT on 10/28 vs. BOS, doing so in his 176 th game, marking as the fifth-
fewest number of games needed to achieve the feat. Only Tim Hardaway (112), Sherman Douglas (126), LeBron James (151) and Dwyane Wade
(170) have done so quicker. Additionally, Dragi became the 12 th player in team history to record 1,000 assists.

STREAKING: Dion Waiters hit at least one three-point field goal in each of his first 13 games this season, tying both his best overall streak and his
longest such streak to start a season when he hit one trey in 13 consecutive games to begin the 2012-13 campaign. Additionally, Goran Dragi
connected on at least one three-point field goal in each of the first 14 games this season, that marked as his longest stretch to start a season in his
career, surpassing his previous best of five games to start the 2012-13 season. Also, he hit a trey in 15-straight games from 4/12/17 11/15/17,
tying the longest streak of his career, which he has done on two different occasions. Below are Dragis and Waiters longest career made three-
point streaks.
DRAGI OVERALL 3FGM STREAKS DATES WAITERS OVERALL 3FGM STREAKS DATES
15 4/12/17 11/15/17 13 10/18/17 11/17/17
15 3/4/17 4/5/17 13 10/30/12 11/24/12
15 1/6/17 2/6/17

CONTRIBUTIONS: Seven different players scored in double-figures as six different players grabbed at least six rebounds on 11/8 at PHO, marking
the first time in team history that has occurred during a single game. Goran Dragi (29 pts, 9 rebs), Hassan Whiteside (23 pts, 10 rebs), James
Johnson (15 pts, 7 rebs), Justise Winslow (14 pts, 6 rebs), Kelly Olynyk (10 pts, 9 rebs), Dion Waiters (16 pts), Wayne Ellington (15 pts) and Josh
Richardson (6 rebs) all contributed to becoming the first group to achieve the feat.

ROOKIE IMPACT: Bam Adebayo posted a 13-point, 13-rebound double-double on 10/30 vs. MIN, in just his fourth NBA game. That marks as the
fifth-fastest a HEAT rookie has posted a double-double in team history. Additionally, he grabbed 10 offensive rebounds in the contest, the most
offensive boards by a rookie in franchise history during a single-game and the tied for the sixth most by a rookie in the NBA over the last 17 years.
Below are the fastest HEAT rookies to post a double-double and the most offensive rebounds grabbed by a HEAT rookie during the single game in
team history.
HEAT ROOKIE GMS TO 1ST DBL-DBL MOST OFF REB BY HEAT ROOKIE PLAYER DATE
Willie Burton 2 10 Bam Adebayo 10/30/17 vs. MIN
Udonis Haslem 3 8 Udonis Haslem 10/31/03 vs. DET
Alec Kessler 3 8 Caron Butler 1/10/03 at UT
Rony Seikaly 3 8 Grant Long 3/15/89 at LAC
Bam Adebayo 4

FREE FALLIN: Tyler Johnson shot a perfect 22-of-22 from the free throw line to start this season before missing his first from the charity stripe at
GS on 11/6. That marked as the second-longest such streak to start a season in team history. According to Elias, only Dwyane Wades 24-straight to
begin the 2015-16 season is longer.

GOOD START: Goran Dragi scored at least 17 points in each of the first eight games to start this season. That marked as the third-longest such
streak to begin a season in team history. Below are the longest 17+ point streaks to start a season in franchise history.
17+ PT STREAKS TO START A SEASON PLAYER SEASON
33 LeBron James 2012-13
25 Dwyane Wade 2006-07
8 Goran Dragi 2017-18
7 Chris Bosh 2014-15

HEAT LIFER: Udonis Haslem, who made his NBA debut with the HEAT during the 2003-04 season, enters his 15th season with Miami. He is the
longest tenured HEAT player in franchise history and holds the fourth-longest current streak by a player with only one team in the NBA. During his 14
seasons with the HEAT, Haslem has accumulated three NBA Championships, five Eastern Conference titles, eight division titles and 11 playoff
appearances. Additionally, Haslem has played in 833 career games and is just 22 games short from tying Miamis all-time franchise games played
record held by Dwyane Wade at 855. According to Elias, only three other current players have debuted and remained with their team longer than
Haslem, below is each instance.
SEASONS SINCE DEBUT PLAYER TEAM SEASONS
20 Dirk Nowitzki Mavericks 1998-99 present
17 Tony Parker Spurs 2001-02 present
16 Manu Ginobili Spurs 2002-03 present
15 Udonis Haslem HEAT 2003-04 present

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2017-18 COMMUNITY NOTES
PLAYER TICKET PROGRAM: One of the most generous and trend-setting programs in the NBA, the Miami HEATs Community Player Ticket
Outreach Program will spend the entire 2017-18 regular season reaching out to children and youth less fortunate who typically would only dream of
watching a HEAT game live. HEAT players Goran Dragi, Wayne Ellington, Udonis Haslem, James Johnson, Tyler Johnson, Rodney McGruder,
Kelly Olynyk, Josh Richardson, Dion Waiters, Hassan Whiteside and Justise Winslow along with Head Coach Erik Spoelstra and Vice President of
Player Programs, Alonzo Mourning, will join forces to donate tickets for every single home game to local charitable organizations that would
otherwise not have the means to attend HEAT games. Each player, based upon availability, graciously provides several private Meet & Greet
opportunities for the groups prior to each HEAT home game, where the players give inspiring talks to the children, sign autographs and take pictures
with the group. The participating organizations also attend a private viewing of the team warm-ups. Over the course of the season, the children,
many for the first time, will have the opportunity to enjoy a HEAT game, courtesy of their favorite HEAT players and role models.

2017-18 OFFENSIVE LEADERS THIS TABLE INCLUDES TIES

10+ 20+ 30+ 40+ 10+ 15+ 10+ DOUBLE- TRIPLE- INACTIVE HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH
PLAYER
PTS PTS PTS PTS REB REB AST DOUBLE DOUBLE LIST PTS REBS ASTS +/-
Bam Adebayo 3 1 1 2 3
Goran Dragi 20 12 11 2 11 3
Wayne Ellington 8 3 2 2
A.J. Hammons 26
Udonis Haslem
James Johnson 15 3 1 1 1 4 9 4
Tyler Johnson 14 3 1 3 1
Rodney McGruder 25
Jordan Mickey 2
Kelly Olynyk 13 1 1 1 1 5 3 6
Josh Richardson 13 2 2 1 5
Dion Waiters 19 5 1 2 3 6 3
Derrick Walton, Jr. 18 2
Okaro White 11
Hassan Whiteside 12 5 11 5 9 5 4 13
Matt Williams, Jr. 22
Justise Winslow 5 2 4 1 1

2017-18 CHARGES TAKEN


PLAYER CHARGES TAKEN PLAYER CHARGES TAKEN
Bam Adebayo Josh Richardson 2
Goran Dragi 1 Dion Waiters
Wayne Ellington Derrick Walton, Jr.
A.J. Hammons Okaro White 2
Udonis Haslem Hassan Whiteside
James Johnson Matt Williams, Jr.
Tyler Johnson 5 Justise Winslow
Rodney McGruder
Jordan Mickey MIAMI TOTALS 17
Kelly Olynyk 7 OPPONENT TOTALS 18

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2017-18 HEAT REGULAR SEASON RECORDS WHEN
BY DAY BY POINTS SCORED BY OPPONENTS POINTS SCORED
On Monday 2-2 Scoring 59 points or less 0-0 Opp. Scores 59 points or less 0-0
On Tuesday 0-1 Scoring 60-69 points 0-0 Opp. Scoring 60-69 points 0-0
On Wednesday 3-5 Scoring 70-79 points 0-0 Opp. Scoring 70-79 points 1-0
On Thursday 0-0 Scoring 80-89 points 1-1 Opp. Scoring 80-89 points 3-1
On Friday 4-1 Scoring 90-99 points 2-7 Opp. Scoring 90-99 points 5-2
On Saturday 2-1 Scoring 100+ points 10-5 Opp. Scoring 100+ points 4-10
On Sunday 2-3 Record 13-13 Record 13-13
BY QUARTER NUMBERS BY SHOOTING PERCENTAGES BY OPPONENT SHOOTING PERCENTAGES
Leading after 1st Qtr 8-6 Shooting 50% or better (FG) 3-2 Opp. shoots 50% or better (FG) 0-5
Trailing after 1st Qtr 5-6 Shooting less than 50% (FG) 10-11 Opp. shoots less than 50% (FG) 13-8
Tied after 1st Qtr 0-1 Shooting 40% or better (3FG) 7-2 Opp. shoots 40% or better (3FG) 4-6
Shooting less than 40% (3FG) 6-11 Opp. shoots less than 40% (3FG) 9-7
Leading at halftime 11-4 Shooting 80% or better (FT) 6-4 Opp. shoots 80% or better (FT) 6-7
Trailing at halftime 2-9 Shooting less than 80% (FT) 7-9 Opp. shoots less than 80% (FT) 7-6
Tied at halftime 0-0
BY REBOUNDS MORE REBOUNDING NUMBERS
Leading after three quarters 12-2 Out-rebounding its opponents 6-2 Recording 15 or more offensive rebounds 0-1
Trailing after three quarters 0-11 Out-rebounded by the opponents 5-10 Recording between 10 and 14 off. Rebs 4-3
Tied after three quarters 1-0 Tied in rebounds (game) 2-1 Recording nine or fewer off. Rebs 9-9
GAMES IN OVERTIME BY TURNOVERS BACK-TO-BACK GAMES
At Home 0-1 Recording fewer TOs than the opponent 5-4 1st night of a back-to-back 1-1
On The Road 0-0 Recording more TOs than the opponent 6-9 2nd night of a back-to-back 0-2
Tied in turnovers 2-0
POINTS IN THE PAINT SECOND CHANCE POINTS FAST BREAK POINTS
Scoring more pts. in the paint 6-3 Scoring more second chance points 5-3 Leading in fast-break points 7-3
Outscored in points in the paint 6-7 Outscored in second chance points 7-8 Outscored in fast-break points 5-9
Tied in points in the paint 1-3 Tied in second chance points 1-2 Tied in fast-break points 1-1
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS POINTS OFF TURNOVERS
Attempting more field goals than the opponent 4-6 Scoring more points off turnovers than the opponent 8-2
Attempting fewer field goals than the opponent 9-6 Scoring less points off turnovers than the opponent 3-11
Attempting the same number of field goals 0-1 Scoring the same points off turnovers 2-0
3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS BENCH SCORING
Attempting more three-point field goals than the opponent 9-11 When the HEAT bench outscores opponents bench 12-7
Attempting fewer three-point field goals than the opponent 1-2 When the opponents bench outscores the HEAT bench 1-6
Attempting the same number of three-pointers 3-0 When the HEAT bench and opponents bench are tied in points 0-0
FREE THROW ATTEMPTS MULTIPLE PLAYER STATS
Attempting more free throws than the opponent 3-1 When three or more players score 20-or-more points 0-1
Attempting fewer free throws than the opponent 7-12 When three or more players score 10-or-more off bench 4-1
Attempting the same number of free throws 3-0 When two or more players record a double-double 0-0
BY STARTING LINE-UPS PLAYER TID-BITS
Forward Forward Center Guard Guard When Hassan Whiteside leads the HEAT in scoring 2-2
Richardson Olynyk Whiteside Waiters Dragi 0-1 When Goran Dragi leads the HEAT in scoring 7-4
Richardson J. Johnson Mickey Waiters Dragi 2-0 When Dion Waiters leads the HEAT in scoring 1-2
Richardson J. Johnson Adebayo Waiters Dragi 0-3 When Hassan Whiteside records a double-double 5-4
Richardson White Whiteside Waiters Dragi 1-1 When all five starters score in double-figures 0-1
Winslow White Whiteside Richardson Dragi 1-1
Richardson Winslow Whiteside Waiters Dragi 6-4
Richardson Winslow Adebayo Waiters Dragi 1-2
Richardson J. Johnson Olynyk Waiters Dragi 2-1

REGULAR SEASON BY CONFERENCE / DIVISION


VS. EAST: 8-7 VS. WEST: 5-6
ATLANTIC: 2-2 CENTRAL: 3-3 SOUTHEAST: 3-2 SOUTHWEST: 1-2 NORTHWEST: 2-2 PACIFIC: 2-2
vs Boston 1-1 vs Chicago 2-0 vs Atlanta 1-0 vs Dallas 0-0 vs Denver 0-1 vs Golden State 0-2
vs Brooklyn 1-0 vs Cleveland 0-1 vs Charlotte 1-0 vs Houston 0-0 vs Minnesota 1-1 vs L.A. Clippers 1-0
vs New York 0-1 vs Detroit 0-1 vs Orlando 0-1 vs Memphis 1-0 vs Okla. City 0-0 vs L.A. Lakers 0-0
vs Philadelphia 0-0 vs Indiana 1-1 vs Washington 1-1 vs New Orleans 0-0 vs Portland 0-0 vs Phoenix 1-0
vs Toronto 0-0 vs Milwaukee 0-0 vs San Antonio 0-2 vs Utah 1-0 vs Sacramento 0-0

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RECORDS: THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
Triple-Double: Hassan Whiteside (10 pts, 10 rebs, 10 blks), Feb. 5, 2016 at Charlotte. 22nd time and 8th player in HEAT history.
30 Point / 20 Rebound Game: Hassan Whiteside (30 points, 20 rebounds), Feb. 4, 2017 vs. Philadelphia. 8th time and 5th player in HEAT history.
20 Point / 20 Rebound Game: Hassan Whiteside (26 pts, 22 rebs), Oct. 18, 2017 at Orlando. 26th time and 7th player in HEAT history.
30 Point / 15 Assist Game: LeBron James (40 points, 16 assists), Feb. 26, 2013 vs. Sacramento. 4th time and 2nd player in HEAT history.
40 Point / 15 Assist Game: LeBron James (40 points, 16 assists), Feb. 26, 2013 vs. Sacramento. 1st time and only player in HEAT history.
50+ Points: LeBron James (61 points), Mar. 4, 2014 vs. Charlotte. 7th time and 4th player in HEAT history.
Consecutive 40+ Point Games: (Two; Franchise Record) Dwyane Wade (40 pts) Dec. 28, 2010 vs. New York, (45 pts) Dec. 29, 2010 at Houston.
5 Consecutive 30+ Point Games: LeBron James (37) Feb. 11, 2014 at PHO, (36) Feb. 12, 2014 at GS, (42) Feb. 18, 2014 at DAL, (33) Feb. 20,
2014 at OKC, (31) Feb. 27, 2014 vs. NY. 2nd time and only player in HEAT history.
30+ Points Off Bench: 32 points; Franchise Record, Tyler Johnson, Dec. 20, 2016 vs. Orlando (2OT).
30+ Points Off Bench (Non-OT Game): Has Never Happened. (29 points; Franchise Record), Voshon Lenard, Dec. 16, 1999 vs. Milwaukee.
Most Points Off Bench by a Rookie: Michael Beasley (28 points; Franchise Record), Mar. 4, 2009 vs. Phoenix.
30+ Rebounds: Rony Seikaly (34 rebounds; Franchise Record), Mar. 3, 1993 vs. Washington. 1st time and only player in HEAT history.
20+ Points, 20+ Rebounds Off Bench: Hassan Whiteside (25 Pts, 23 Rebs), Feb. 20, 2016 vs. Washington. 1st time and only player in HEAT history.
15+ Assists: Goran Dragi (17 assists), Nov. 29, 2016 vs. Boston. (Franchise-high is 19)
10+ Assists Off Bench: James Johnson (12 assists; Franchise High is 13), Jan. 13, 2017 at Milwaukee.18th time and 11th player in HEAT history.
10+ Steals: Has Never Happened. (9 steals; Franchise Record), Mario Chalmers, Nov. 5, 2008 vs. Philadelphia.
10+ Blocks: Hassan Whiteside (10 blocks), Feb. 5, 2016 at Charlotte. 4th time and only player in HEAT history.

TEAM RECORDS
130+ Points (Non-OT Game): Won 135-129, Mar. 4, 2009 vs. Phoenix.
140+ Points (Non-OT Game): Won 141-112, Feb. 14, 1991 vs. Denver.
140+ Points (With OT): (Highest OT scoring game); Won 141-129 (2OT), Feb. 26, 2013 vs. Sacramento.
Shot .650+ FG%: 67.5%; Franchise Record, 52-for-77, Mar. 1, 2016 vs. Chicago.
Shot .700+ 3FG%: 70%, 7-of-10, Mar. 18, 2015 vs. POR.
70+ Rebounds: Has Never Happened (69 rebounds; Franchise Record), Feb. 14, 1991 vs. Denver.
40+ Assists: Has Never Happened. (39 assists; Franchise Record), Feb. 15, 1997 vs. Philadelphia.
20+ Steals: 20 Steals; Franchise Record. Feb. 5, 1994 vs. Philadelphia.
15+ Blocks: 15 Blocks, Dec. 18, 1999 vs. Charlotte Hornets (Tied Franchise Record). Done three times in franchise history.
3 Players with 30+ Points: Mar. 27, 2011 vs. Houston. LeBron James (33), Chris Bosh (31) and Dwyane Wade (30). 1st time in HEAT history.
4 Players with 20+ Points: Nov. 9, 2007 vs. Phoenix. Shaquille ONeal (25), Ricky Davis (21), Jason Williams (21), Udonis Haslem (20).
2 Players with 20+ Points in a Half: Mar. 3, 2011 vs. Orlando. First Half. LeBron James (24), Dwyane Wade (23).
8 Players with 10+ Points: Feb. 20, 2015 at New York. Shabazz Napier (18), Tyler Johnson (14), Mario Chalmers (13), Luol Deng (13),
Udonis Haslem (13), Chris Andersen (12), Dwyane Wade (12), Hassan Whiteside (12). 4th time in HEAT history.
2 Players with 20+ Points Off Bench: Mar. 26, 2017 at Boston. Tyler Johnson (24), James Johnson (20). 6th time in HEAT history.
2 Rookies with 20+ Points: Apr. 12, 1990 at Boston. Sherman Douglas (37), Glen Rice (28). 9th time in HEAT history.
4 Players with 10+ Points Off Bench: Nov. 26, 2017 at Chicago. Ellington (19), J. Johnson (15), T. Johnson (10) & Olynyk (10). 10th time in history.
4 Players with 10+ Rebounds: Dec. 27, 1990 at Denver. Billy Thompson (12), Willie Burton (11), Rony Seikaly (11), Grant Long (10).
2 Players with 10+ Rebounds Off Bench: Feb. 28, 2016 at New York. Justise Winslow (13), Hassan Whiteside (11). 8th time in HEAT history.
2 Players with 10+ Assists: Feb. 19, 2016 at Atlanta. Goran Dragi (10), Josh McRoberts (10). 3rd time in HEAT history.
4 Players with Double-Doubles: Dec. 7, 2007 at Golden State. Dwyane Wade (33 points, 10 assists), Ricky Davis (20 points, 10 rebounds),
Dorell Wright (19 points, 18 rebounds), Shaquille ONeal (13 points, 10 rebounds). 3rd time in HEAT history.
5 Players with Double-Doubles: Has Never Happened.
2 Double-Doubles off the Bench: Feb. 14, 1991 vs. Denver. Alec Kessler (21 points, 11 rebounds), Willie Burton (17 points, 11 rebounds). 1 st time
in HEAT history.

2017-18 MIAMI HEAT GAME NOTES PAGE 8


2017-18 TEAM ROSTER
*Bios can be accessed by clicking on the players name

NO PLAYER POS HT WT DOB LAST SCHOOL/HOME COUNTRY YEARS


13 Bam Adebayo C/F 6-10 255 07/18/97 Kentucky/USA R
7 Goran Dragi G 6-3 190 05/06/86 Union Olimpija/Slovenia 9
2 Wayne Ellington G 6-5 200 11/29/87 North Carolina/USA 8
4 A.J. Hammons C 7-0 260 08/27/92 Purdue/USA 1
40 Udonis Haslem F 6-8 235 06/09/80 Florida/USA 14
16 James Johnson F 6-8 240 02/20/87 Wake Forest/USA 8
8 Tyler Johnson G 6-4 190 05/07/92 Fresno State/USA 3
17 Rodney McGruder G/F 6-5 200 07/29/91 Kansas State/USA 1
25 Jordan Mickey F 6-8 235 07/09/94 Louisiana State/USA 2
9 Kelly Olynyk F 7-0 245 04/19/91 Gonzaga/Canada 4
0 Josh Richardson G 6-6 200 09/15/93 Tennessee/USA 2
11 Dion Waiters G 6-4 215 12/10/91 Syracuse/USA 5
14 Derrick Walton, Jr.* G 6-1 185 04/03/95 Michigan/USA R
15 Okaro White F 6-8 215 08/13/92 Florida State/USA 1
21 Hassan Whiteside C 7-0 265 06/13/89 Marshall/USA 5
12 Matt Williams, Jr.* G 6-5 210 10/14/93 Central Florida/USA R
20 Justise Winslow F 6-7 225 03/26/96 Duke/USA 2
*Two-Way Contracts

Head Coach: Erik Spoelstra (Portland)

Assistant Coaches: Dan Craig (Plymouth State)


Juwan Howard (Michigan)

Assistant Coach/Dir. of Player Development: Chris Quinn (Notre Dame)

Assistant Coach/Player Development: Octavio De La Grana (Liberty)

Athletic Trainer: Jay Sabol (Florida International)

NUMERICAL ROSTER:
0 Josh Richardson 11 Dion Waiters 17 Rodney McGruder
2 Wayne Ellington 12 Matt Williams, Jr. 20 Justise Winslow
4 A.J. Hammons 13 Bam Adebayo 21 Hassan Whiteside
7 Goran Dragi 14 Derrick Walton, Jr. 25 Jordan Mickey
8 Tyler Johnson 15 Okaro White 40 Udonis Haslem
9 Kelly Olynyk 16 James Johnson

2017-18 MIAMI HEAT GAME NOTES PAGE 9


2017-18 HEAD COACH
ERIK SPOELSTRA (Portland)
Regular Season Coaching Record: 453-295, currently in 10th Season
Erik Spoelstra enters his 10th season as head coach of the HEAT and his 23rd as a member of the organization. He
was elevated to his current position on April 28, 2008. Spoelstra has rewarded the faith that HEAT President Pat
Riley showed in him by garnering seven postseason appearances, five division titles, four conference
championships and guiding the franchise to back-to-back NBA titles in 2012 and 2013. Under his leadership, Miami
entered this season with the third-highest regular season winning percentage (.609) in the NBA over that span.
In his previous nine seasons at the helm, Spoelstra has already made his mark on the HEAT record book. He currently holds the postseason
franchise records in victories (70), winning percentage (.619), series won (15) and postseason games coached (113) on Miamis all-time list. In
regular season play, he entered this season ranked first in winning percentage (.609) on Miamis all-time list and second in victories (440) and
games coached (722).
Since replacing Riley on the HEAT bench, he has remained a steadying influence for his team and its paid huge dividends in return. Despite starting
last season with multiple injuries leading to a 11-30 record, Spoelstra kept the team together as he led them to a 30-11 second half record, finishing
the season 41-41 (.500) to become the first team in NBA history to have been at least 19 games under .500 and reach the .500 mark at any point
that same season. Miami rallied to finish tied for the eighth and final playoff spot, but lost out on postseason play due to a tiebreaker. Additionally,
Spoelstra was named the 2016-17 Co-Coach of the Year by the National Basketball Coaches Association and was selected as the Eastern
Conference Coach of the Month for February, marking the seventh time he has earned the monthly honor, the most in team history.
When Spoelstra first took over the head coaching duties in 2008 he was given the task of improving a young team that had been ravaged by injuries
the previous season and had won just 15 games. Two years later, after the summer of 2010 in which Miami re-signed Dwyane Wade and acquired
All-Stars LeBron James and Chris Bosh, he found himself coaching a highly-talented, veteran group that was the most scrutinized team in the NBA.
Spoelstra and his team have proven they were up for the challenge as he guided them to consecutive NBA Championships, four-straight Conference
Championships and four consecutive NBA Finals appearances, becoming just the third franchise in NBA history to make four consecutive NBA
Finals appearances, joining the Celtics and Lakers. It also made them just one of 10 franchises in the four major North American sports leagues to
make four consecutive trips to the league championship. Individually, Spoelstra became just the fourth head coach in NBA history to lead his team to
four-straight Finals appearances joining Red Auerbach, K.C. Jones and Pat Riley.
Spoelstra joined a very elite fraternity when he led the HEAT to a seven-game series win over the San Antonio Spurs in the 2013 NBA Finals. Upon
capturing the 2013 NBA Championship he became one of just 13 head coaches in NBA history to have won multiple championships and only the
eighth to win a championship in consecutive seasons.
The 2012 championship culminated a compressed 2011-12 season in which Miami went 46-20 and captured its second consecutive Southeast
Division title. The regular season was highlighted by a nine-game win streak (Feb. 10-Mar. 1) with each victory a double-digit win. During that streak
the HEAT became the first team to win road games on three consecutive nights (Feb. 12-14) since December of 1979 and the first to win each of
those contests by double-digits since the 1970-71 season.
Before taking over as the sixth head coach in HEAT history, Spoelstra had served Miami in a number of roles in his first 13 years. He was originally
hired as video coordinator and over the years was promoted to assistant coach/video coordinator, assistant coach/advance scout and assistant
coach/director of scouting, a title he held during Miamis 2006 NBA Championship, before ascending to head coach. He made a name for himself
around the league with his game preparation and superb attention to detail. In his seven seasons as the HEATs assistant coach/director of scouting,
he had the primary role of developing game plans for upcoming opponents. To that end, he coordinated the video staff and advance scouts while
overseeing the development of scouting reports and videos.
In 1992, he graduated from the University of Portland with a degree in communications. While attending Portland, Spoelstra was the starting point
guard for four years and was named the West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year in 1989. Upon graduating he spent two years as a
player/coach for Tus Herten, a team in the professional sports league of Germany.
He has returned to his native Philippines in four of the last five offseasons to host clinics and promote education, health and wellness to thousands of
at-risk youth through grassroots programs and events. The 9-day program in Manila in the summer of 2011 was the largest NBA FIT event ever
hosted in Southeast Asia under the NBA Cares umbrella. In the summer of 2012, Coach Spoelstra expanded his reach into other Southeast Asia
nations by conducting coaches clinics and other FIT activities in Singapore.
Raised in Portland, OR, Spoelstra, who was inducted into the Jesuit High School Athletic Hall of Fame in September 2009, is the first Asian/Filipino-
American head coach in any of the major North American sports leagues.
Spoelstra is the son of Jon Spoelstra, a long-time NBA executive who has guided the Portland Trail Blazers, Denver Nuggets, Buffalo Braves and
New Jersey Nets. His grandfather, Watson, was a Detroit Tigers beat writer for many years. He and his wife, Nikki, reside in Coconut Grove.

2017-18 MIAMI HEAT GAME NOTES PAGE 10


2017-18 PLAYER INFORMATION

# 13 BAM ADEBAYO CENTER/FORWARD 6 10 255 LBS 7/18/97 KENTUCKY ROOKIE

Playing in 1st season with the HEAT, and 1st in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Edrice Femi Adebayogoes by the nickname Bam which was given 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
19, at CLE 11/28 POINTS 19, at CLE 11/28/17
to him at an early age while acting in a manner that resembled one of the characters of The
13, vs. MIN 10/30 REBOUNDS 13, vs. MIN 10/30/17
Flintstones, Bamm-Bamm Rubbleis the son of Mariyln Blounttwitter account is @Bam1of1. 2 (3x), at MEM 12/11 ASSISTS 2 (3x), at MEM 12/11/17
DRAFTED: Was drafted in the first round (14th overall) by the HEAT in the 2017 NBA Draft. 4, vs. CHA 12/1 STEALS 4, vs. CHA 12/1/17
FIRST START: Became the third-youngest (20 years, 99 days) player in HEAT history to start a 2 (4x), at MEM 12/11 BLOCKS 2 (4x), at MEM 12/11/17
game on 10/25 vs. SA, behind only Justise Winslow (19 years, 291 days) and Michael Beasley 7, at CLE 11/28 FG MADE 7, at CLE 11/28/17
----- 3FG MADE -----
(19 years, 294 days). 5, at CLE 11/28 FT MADE 5, at CLE 11/28/17
DOUBLE-DOUBLE: Became the fifth-fastest HEAT rookie to post a double-double after 31:11, vs. MIN 10/30 MINUTES 31:11, vs. MIN 10/30/17
totaling 13 points and 13 rebounds vs. MIN on 10/30 in just his fourth NBA game.
BAM ADEBAYO RECENT GAMES
DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA 18:09 0 3 0 0 1 2 3 2 5 0 3 4 3 2 -13 1
12/03/17 vs. GS 19:56 3 5 0 0 3 4 1 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 -16 9
12/06/17 at SA 17:45 3 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 2 1 2 2 -12 6
12/09/17 at BKN 19:56 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 2 3 0 0 1 +20 2
12/11/17 at MEM 22:55 5 6 0 0 4 5 0 4 4 2 5 2 0 2 +10 14

#7 GORAN DRAGI GUARD 6 3 190 LBS 5/6/86 UNION OLIMPIJA 9 YRS

Playing in 4th season with the HEAT, and 10th in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Name is pronounced GORE-on DROG-ichnickname is Dragonwas born in 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
29, at PHO 11/8 POINTS 40, vs. NO 2/28/14
Ljubljana, Sloveniaspeaks fluent English, Spanish, Slovenian and Serbianhas one
9, at PHO 11/8 REBOUNDS 12, vs. CHI 4/7/16
daughter and a sonmarried his wife, Maja, in 2013was awarded the 2014 Apple of 7 (3x), at WAS 11/17 ASSISTS 18, at POR 2/19/13
Inspiration by Slovenian President Borut Pahor in recognition of his humanitarianismwears 2 (5x), at BKN 12/9 STEALS 5 (4x), vs. MEM 4/14/14
size 12.5 sneakerstwitter account is @Goran_Dragic. 1 (2x), at DET 11/12 BLOCKS 3 (2x), at NO 4/19/14
DOWNTOWN: Hit a three in 15 consecutive games from 4/12/17 11/15/17, tying his career 9 (6x), at BKN 12/9 FG MADE 14 (3x), vs. WAS 12/12/16
5, at MIN 11/24 3FG MADE 7, at MIN 2/6/17
long streak, which he has done on two prior occasions. 10, at PHO 11/8 FT MADE 13, vs. UT 4/11/12
POW: Was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week on Nov. 27. 39:08, vs. MIN 10/30 MINUTES 53:00, vs. DAL 4/11/11

GORAN DRAGI RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA 27:37 3 12 0 3 1 2 1 3 4 5 4 0 5 0 -7 7
12/03/17 vs. GS 25:29 7 10 4 4 2 3 0 3 3 1 1 2 1 0 -23 20
12/06/17 at SA 28:58 3 11 0 2 2 2 0 4 4 6 0 1 3 0 -26 8
12/09/17 at BKN 28:22 9 19 1 3 1 3 0 7 7 3 2 2 1 0 +16 20
12/11/17 at MEM 25:25 7 12 1 3 4 4 1 4 5 5 0 0 2 0 +24 19

#2 WAYNE ELLINGTON GUARD 6 5 200 LBS 11/29/87 NORTH CAROLINA 8 YRS

Playing in 2nd season with the HEAT, and 9th in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Wayne Robert Ellington Jrhas two older sistersis very active in 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
21 (2x), at MIN 11/24 POINTS 28, vs. WAS 1/27/15
causes that curb gun violenceincluding speaking on many gun violence panels, he created
5, vs. BOS 11/22 REBOUNDS 10, at UT 2/25/15
the Power of W.E. initiative, a campaign focused on the reduction of youth violence in 4, vs. CHI 11/1 ASSISTS 6, vs. OKC 3/1/15
Philadelphia communitieswhen his playing career is over he would like to be involved in a 2, (4x) at BKN 12/9 STEALS 4 (2x), vs. GS 1/23/17
business, real estate or possibly broadcastingwears size 12.5 sneakerstwitter account is 1, at LAC 11/5 BLOCKS 2, at DAL 1/25/12
@WayneElli22. 7, vs. IND 11/19 FG MADE 12, vs. WAS 1/27/15
7, vs. IND 11/19 3FG MADE 7 (3x), vs. IND 11/19/17
3FGM: Connected on six made three-point field goals in the second quarter on 10/23 vs. ATL, 4, at CHI 11/26 FT MADE 6 (3x), vs. UT 3/6/13
marking the most during a second quarter in team history and tying Brian Shaw for the most for 34:17, at PHO 11/8 MINUTES 46:10, vs. CHI 1/29/15
any quarter in franchise history after he hit six in the first quarter on 4/8/93 at MIL.

WAYNE ELLINGTON RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA 17:47 5 9 4 7 0 0 0 4 4 1 1 2 0 0 +9 14
12/03/17 vs. GS 26:49 3 10 3 10 0 0 0 3 3 2 3 0 0 0 -9 9
12/06/17 at SA 18:49 2 5 2 5 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 -20 6
12/09/17 at BKN 22:56 4 9 1 6 0 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 0 0 +16 9
12/11/17 at MEM 30:32 4 8 4 6 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 +21 12

2017-18 MIAMI HEAT GAME NOTES PAGE 11


2017-18 PLAYER INFORMATION

#4 A.J. HAMMONS CENTER 7 0 260 LBS 8/27/92 PURDUE 1 YR

Playing in 1st season with the HEAT, and 2nd in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Aaron Jarrell Hammonswas born in Gary, INson of Tyrone and 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
----- POINTS 9 (3x), at MEM 4/12/17
Alfreda Hammonshas one brothermajored in organizational leadership and
----- REBOUNDS 7, vs. SA 4/7/17
supervisionwears size 18 sneakers. ----- ASSISTS 1 (4x), vs. DEN 4/11/17
ASSIGNED: Was assigned to the HEATs G League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce, on ----- STEALS 1, at SAC 4/4/17
10/23. ----- BLOCKS 3, at SAC 4/4/17
----- FG MADE 3 (3x), at MEM 4/12/17
----- 3FG MADE 1 (5x), at SAC 4/4/17
----- FT MADE 3, at MEM 4/12/17
----- MINUTES 26:23, at SAC 4/4/17

A.J. HAMMONS RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA G League
12/03/17 vs. GS G League
12/06/17 at SA G League
12/09/17 at BKN G League
12/11/17 at MEM G League

# 40 UDONIS HASLEM FORWARD 6 8 235 LBS 6/9/80 FLORIDA 14 YRS

Playing in 15th season with the HEAT, and 15th in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Udonis Johneal Haslemnickname is U.D.was born in Miami, 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
2, vs. IND 11/19 POINTS 28 (2x), vs. NJ 11/14/09
FL and attended Miami Senior High Schoolwould eventually like to become the mayor of
1, at CLE 11/28 REBOUNDS 18 (2x), at MIL 3/26/10
Miamiestablished the Udonis Haslem Childrens Foundation in 2005played football until 2, at MEM 12/11 ASSISTS 7, at PHO 1/5/07
10th gradefavorite football teams are the Miami Dolphins and Miami Hurricaneswas a ----- STEALS 5, vs. PHI 4/14/06
college roommate at the University of Florida with former HEAT teammate Mike Millerwears ----- BLOCKS 3 (4x), at CHA 1/18/14
size 18 sneakerstwitter account is @ThisIsUD. 1, vs. IND 11/19 FG MADE 12, vs. NJ 11/14/09
----- 3FG MADE 1 (3x), at DET 11/25/15
REBOUNDS: Is the HEATs all-time leader in offensive, defensive and total rebounds. He is ----- FT MADE 12, at MIL 12/8/04
also the first undrafted player in NBA history to become their teams all-time rebound leader. 5:09, at CLE 11/28 MINUTES 53:21, vs. UT 3/14/09

UDONIS HASLEM RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA DNP-CD
12/03/17 vs. GS DNP-CD
12/06/17 at SA DNP-CD
12/09/17 at BKN DNP-CD
12/11/17 at MEM 1:52 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 +1 0

# 16 JAMES JOHNSON FORWARD 6 8 240 LBS 2/20/87 WAKE FOREST 8 YRS

Playing in 2nd season with the HEAT, and 9th in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is James Patrick Johnsonis the middle child of nine children (six 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
21 (2x), at GS 11/6 POINTS 27, at HOU 2/21/15
brothers and two sisters)has two sonshis father is a seven-time world kickboxing champion
10, at DEN 11/3 REBOUNDS 13, at MIL 4/23/12
and his mother is a five-time kickboxing nationals winnerboth parents are black belts and 8 (3x), at MIN 11/24 ASSISTS 12, at MIL 1/13/17
each of his siblings are black belts of varying degreeshe is a second-degree black beltwon 3 (2x), at GS 11/6 STEALS 6, vs. IND 12/28/11
his first MMA fight at the age of 18 in 97 secondsis an undefeated 7-0 in MMA matches and 5, vs. IND 10/21 BLOCKS 6 (2x), at MIL 1/15/14
21-0 in kickboxing competitionswears size 14 sneakerstwitter account is @IamJJ3. 8, vs. SA 10/25 FG MADE 11 (2x), at BKN 2/10/17
3 (3x), vs. IND 11/19 3FG MADE 6, at CHA 4/5/17
20-PTS: Has recorded 11 20-point games off the bench as a member of the HEAT, the fourth- 4 (5x), at WAS 11/17 FT MADE 9, at PHI 2/11/17
most in team history. 36:01, vs. SA 10/25 MINUTES 47:04, at CHI 3/24/12
DOING IT ON BOTH ENDS: Became just the second player in HEAT history on 10/21 vs. IND to record at least eight
assists and five blocks in the same game, joining Dwyane Wade who did so on four different occasions.

JAMES JOHNSON RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA 28:36 3 6 0 2 2 2 0 6 6 4 4 1 3 1 +17 8
12/03/17 vs. GS 29:13 2 8 0 4 1 1 1 4 5 0 1 1 3 0 -15 5
12/06/17 at SA 23:51 3 6 2 2 1 2 1 2 3 6 4 0 4 0 -3 9
12/09/17 at BKN 31:07 7 13 0 1 3 4 1 6 7 3 2 1 0 2 +7 17
12/11/17 at MEM 31:02 4 7 0 1 3 4 0 3 3 3 2 2 1 2 +20 11

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2017-18 PLAYER INFORMATION

#8 TYLER JOHNSON GUARD 6 4 190 LBS 5/7/92 FRESNO STATE 3 YRS

Playing in 4th season with the HEAT, and 4th in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Tyler Ryan Johnsonwas born in Grand Forks, NDson of 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
25, at SA 12/6 POINTS 32, vs. ORL 12/20/16
Jennifer and Milton Johnsonhis mother, Jennifer, serves in the United States Air Forcehas
7, vs. BOS 11/22 REBOUNDS 10, vs. PHI 4/15/15
three brothers (Brandon, Logan and Gabe) and a sister (Lauren)is engaged to his girlfriend 5, at DET 11/12 ASSISTS 9, vs. NO 3/15/17
Ashley and has a son (Dameon)enjoys cookingmajored in communicationswears size 3, at LAC 11/5 STEALS 5, vs. PHO 3/21/17
13 sneakerstwitter account is @RealTJohnson. 2 (5x), at MEM 12/11 BLOCKS 4, vs. IND 12/14/16
POINTS: Scored 1,002 points last season, the most in franchise history by a player without a 9, at SA 12/6 FG MADE 13, vs. ORL 12/20/16
5, at SA 12/6 3FG MADE 5, at SA 12/6/17
single start, surpassing Ray Allen (863) in 2012-13. 6 (2x), vs. CHI 11/1 FT MADE 7 (7x), vs. CLE 4/10/17
20-PTS: Has recorded 17 20-point games off the bench as a member of the HEAT, the 33:21, at LAC 11/5 MINUTES 48:00, at PHI 4/15/15
second-most in team history, trailing only Kevin Edwards who did so 22 times.

TYLER JOHNSON RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA 21:55 5 7 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 1 3 0 2 0 +10 12
12/03/17 vs. GS 26:52 4 10 3 5 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 -7 13
12/06/17 at SA 30:27 9 12 5 8 2 4 0 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 -6 25
12/09/17 at BKN 27:27 8 11 2 4 2 2 0 4 4 1 1 0 0 1 +2 20
12/11/17 at MEM 32:10 5 10 4 7 0 0 0 5 5 1 1 0 3 2 +18 14

# 17 RODNEY MCGRUDER GUARD/FORWARD 6 5 200 LBS 7/29/91 KANSAS STATE 1 YR

Playing in 2nd season with the HEAT, and 2nd in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Rodney Christian McGruderhas two brothers and one 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
----- POINTS 15, at MIN 2/6/17
sisterwhen his playing career is over, he would like to coachwas an AAU teammate of
----- REBOUNDS 8, at CLE 12/9/16
former HEAT player Michael Beasleyis a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelerssays most people ----- ASSISTS 5 (3x), at BOS 12/30/16
dont know he can singwears size 13 sneakerstwitter account is @RodneyMcGruder. ----- STEALS 4, at BKN 2/10/17
STARTS: Started 65 games last season, the fifth-most by a HEAT rookie in team history. ----- BLOCKS 1 (18x), at CHA 4/5/17
SURGERY: Had surgery on 10/17 to repair a left tibia stress fracture. ----- FG MADE 6, at MIN 2/6/17
----- 3FG MADE 3 (6x), at CLE 3/6/17
----- FT MADE 4 (3x), vs. DET 1/28/17
----- MINUTES 38:45, at POR 12/3/16
RODNEY MCGRUDER RECENT GAMES
DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA Inactive
12/03/17 vs. GS Inactive
12/06/17 at SA Inactive
12/09/17 at BKN Inactive
12/11/17 at MEM Inactive

# 25 JORDAN MICKEY FORWARD 6 8 235 LBS 7/9/94 LOUISIANA STATE 2 YRS

Playing in 1st season with the HEAT, and 3rd in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jordan Grayson Mickeynickname is J-Mickis the son of James 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
8, vs. IND 10/21 POINTS 8 (2x), vs. IND 10/21/17
Sr. and Torana Wrighthas one brother and two sistershis father played center for Abilene
6 (2x), vs. ATL 10/23 REBOUNDS 6 (2x), vs. ATL 10/23/17
Christian University and his brother was a seventh round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals in ----- ASSISTS 2, at PHO 3/5/17
2014 as a WR, playing two seasons there before joining the Cleveland Browns for their 2017 ----- STEALS 1 (3x), vs. CLE 4/5/17
training campfounded The WrightWay Builds A Future Foundationenjoys cooking and 2, vs. IND 10/23 BLOCKS 3, vs. MEM 3/9/16
movieswears size 14 sneakers. 4, vs. IND 10/21 FG MADE 4 (2x), vs. IND 10/21/17
----- 3FG MADE -----
2 (2x), vs. GS 12/3 FT MADE 2 (5x), vs. GS 12/3/17
14:37, vs. IND 10/23 MINUTES 19:04, vs. DEN 11/6/16
JORDAN MICKEY RECENT GAMES
DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA DNP-CD
12/03/17 vs. GS 6:33 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 +1 2
12/06/17 at SA DNP-CD
12/09/17 at BKN DNP-CD
12/11/17 at MEM 1:51 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0

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#9 KELLY OLYNYK FORWARD 7 0 245 LBS 4/19/91 GONZAGA 4 YRS

Playing in 1st season with the HEAT, and 5th in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Kelly Tyler Olynyklast name is pronounced OH-lynn-ickwas born 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
23, vs. MIN 10/30 POINTS 30, at PHI 12/15/14
in Toronto, Canadaattended South Kamloops High School in British Columbiason of Ken
10, vs. ATL 10/23 REBOUNDS 13, vs. TOR 11/5/14
and Arlene Olynykhis father was the head coach at the University of Toronto and his mother 6, vs. CHA 12/1 ASSISTS 7 (2x), at ATL 12/2/14
worked for the Toronto Raptors on the stats crew and was a womens basketball referee for the 3, at SA 12/6 STEALS 4 (2x), vs. WAS 11/6/15
Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS)has two sistersis a member of the Canadian Mens 3, vs. BOS 10/28 BLOCKS 3 (3x), vs. BOS 10/28/17
National Basketball Teamtwitter account is @KellyOlynyk. 9, vs. MIN 10/30 FG MADE 12, at PHI 12/15/14
3 (3x), at NY 11/29 3FG MADE 5, at DAL 1/18/16
7-FOOTER: Became just the second seven-footer in NBA history, joining Dirk Nowitzki, to total 7, vs. BOS 10/28 FT MADE 7, vs. BOS 10/28/17
at least 200 made three-point field goals and dish out at least 400 assists during his first four 32:40, at SA 12/6 MINUTES 41:26, at WAS 12/8/14
seasons in the league.

KELLY OLYNYK RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA 29:51 3 7 1 4 3 4 3 1 4 6 2 0 3 0 +18 10
12/03/17 vs. GS 28:04 5 11 1 2 3 3 1 6 7 5 4 0 2 1 -12 14
12/06/17 at SA 32:40 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 8 8 4 4 3 2 1 -1 5
12/09/17 at BKN 28:04 5 12 0 5 1 2 2 3 5 3 3 1 3 1 -8 11
12/11/17 at MEM 17:38 1 3 1 3 2 2 0 3 3 1 5 1 2 0 +2 5

#0 JOSH RICHARDSON GUARD 6 6 200 LBS 9/15/93 TENNESSEE 2 YRS

Playing in 3rd season with the HEAT, and 3rd in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua Michael Richardsonnickname is J-Richhas an older 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
27, vs. CHA 12/1 POINTS 27, vs. CHA 12/1/17
sister, Alex, who played basketball and volleyball in collegeenjoys playing video games and
8, vs. IND 10/21 REBOUNDS 8 (3x), vs. IND 10/21/17
the classical pianohis favorite sport other than basketball is soccer and is a fan of 4 (4x), at DET 11/12 ASSISTS 8 (2x), vs. DET 1/1/17
Arsenalwears size 14 sneakerstwitter account is @J_Rich1. 3 (4x), at NY 11/29 STEALS 5 (3x), vs. CLE 4/10/17
POINTS: Scored a career-high 27 points vs. CHA on 12/1, surpassing his previous high of 22 2 (3x), at GS 11/6 BLOCKS 3 (5x), vs. DEN 4/2/17
points which he set twice. 11, vs. CHA 12/1 FG MADE 11, vs. CHA 12/1/17
3 (8x), at MEM 12/11 3FG MADE 4 (10x), at CHA 4/5/17
4 (2x), at MEM 12/11 FT MADE 5 (2x), at IND 3/12/17
37:34, vs. IND 10/21 MINUTES 46:20, vs. CLE 4/10/17
JOSH RICHARDSON RECENT GAMES
DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA 34:35 11 14 3 4 2 3 1 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 +7 27
12/03/17 vs. GS 31:29 5 11 2 4 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 2 1 -29 12
12/06/17 at SA 31:13 7 10 3 6 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 0 2 0 +6 19
12/09/17 at BKN 32:05 2 7 0 0 1 1 1 5 6 1 4 0 0 1 +8 5
12/11/17 at MEM 29:41 5 9 3 4 4 5 1 4 5 2 4 0 2 1 +16 17

# 11 DION WAITERS GUARD 6 4 215 LBS 12/10/91 SYRACUSE 5 YRS

Playing in 2nd season with the HEAT, and 6th in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Has a sonis establishing the Dion Waiters Foundation, a non-profit, whose 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
33, vs. MIN 10/30 POINTS 33 (5x), vs. MIN 10/30/17
focus will be to help end teen violencelost his younger brother to gun violence in 2016hosts
7, vs. CHI 11/1 REBOUNDS 10 (2x), at HOU 2/15/17
many charitable events in underserved communities throughout Philadelphiais a big fan of 8, at NY 11/29 ASSISTS 11, vs. MIA 3/18/14
the Philadelphia Eagleswas a fan of Allen Iverson growing upwears size 13 3 (2x), at DET 11/12 STEALS 5, at MIL 4/11/14
sneakerstwitter account is @dionwaiters3. 1 (7x), at MEM 12/11 BLOCKS 3 (2x), at SA 11/14/16
3FG%: Shot a career-high 39.5 percent from three-point range last season, surpassing his 14, vs. MIN 10/30 FG MADE 14, vs. MIN 10/30/17
4 (3x), at SA 12/6 3FG MADE 7, at LAC 11/5/12
previous high of 36.8 percent set during the 2013-14 season. 4 (2x), at UT 11/10 FT MADE 10 (2x), vs. WAS 3/12/13
WITH MIAMI: The HEAT has posted a 39-31 (.557) all-time record when Waiters plays. 39:38, vs. SA 10/25 MINUTES 44:00, vs. PHI 11/9/13

DION WAITERS RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA 29:36 6 14 4 9 3 6 0 1 1 4 3 0 3 0 0 19
12/03/17 vs. GS 24:12 1 10 0 5 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 -19 4
12/06/17 at SA 34:33 8 12 4 6 2 2 0 1 1 5 2 0 2 1 +10 22
12/09/17 at BKN 24:59 1 10 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 -12 2
12/11/17 at MEM 24:20 4 5 0 1 2 4 0 2 2 4 3 2 2 1 -5 10

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# 14 DERRICK WALTON, JR. GUARD 6 1 185 LBS 4/3/95 MICHIGAN ROOKIE

Playing in 1st season with the HEAT, and 1st in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Was born in Detroit, MIson of Angela and Derrick Walton Srattended 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
2, vs. IND 11/19 POINTS 2, vs. IND 11/19/17
Chandler Park Academy where his father was the head coachwould like to become an NBA
1 (2x), at CLE 11/28 REBOUNDS 1 (2x), at CLE 11/28/17
analyst or coach when basketball playing career is overfavorite team outside of basketball is ----- ASSISTS -----
FC Barcelonawears size 12 sneakerstwitter account is @DerrickWalton10. 1, at NY 11/29 STEALS 1, at NY 11/29
SIGNED: Was signed by the HEAT to a Two-Way Contract on July 24. 1, at CLE 11/28 BLOCKS 1, at CLE 11/28
G LEAGUE: Re-joined the Sioux Falls Skyforce on 11/30 as part of his two-way contract. He ----- FG MADE -----
----- 3FG MADE -----
has appeared in four games with Miami this season totaling two points, two rebounds, a steal 2, vs. IND 11/19 FT MADE 2, vs. IND 11/19/17
and a block in 12 minutes of action. 4:00, at NY 11/29 MINUTES 4:00, at NY 11/29

DERRICK WALTON, JR. RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA G League
12/03/17 vs. GS G League
12/06/17 at SA G League
12/09/17 at BKN G League
12/11/17 at MEM G League

# 15 OKARO WHITE FORWARD 6 8 215 LBS 8/13/92 FLORIDA STATE 1 YR

Playing in 2nd season with the HEAT, and 2nd in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Nickname is Rohis mother, Charmine, is a former member of the Jamaican 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
8, at DEN 11/3 POINTS 10 (2x), at BKN 2/10/17
National Track Teamhas one brother and six sistersgraduated from FSU with a degree in
4, vs. CHI 11/1 REBOUNDS 8, at ATL 2/24/17
sociologyfavorite sport other than basketball is football and hes a fan of the New York 1 (2x), at GS 11/6 ASSISTS 3, at CLE 3/6/17
Giantssays he is a good bowler and enjoys watching movieswears size 13 sneakers. 1, vs. MIN 10/30 STEALS 2, at ATL 2/24/17
G LEAGUE: Was named to the All-Star team last season after appearing in 23 games (all 1, vs. MIN 10/30 BLOCKS 4, at BKN 1/25/17
starts) with Miamis affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce. 3, at DEN 11/3 FG MADE 3 (3x), at DEN 11/3/17
1 (4x), at LAC 11/5 3FG MADE 2, at BKN 1/25/17
SURGERY: Had surgery on 11/16 to repair a fifth metatarsal fracture in his left foot. 1 (2x), at DEN 11/3 FT MADE 5, at BKN 2/10/17
23:52, vs. CHI 11/1 MINUTES 30:36, at BKN 2/10/17
OKARO WHITE RECENT GAMES
DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA Inactive
12/03/17 vs. GS Inactive
12/06/17 at SA Inactive
12/09/17 at BKN Inactive
12/11/17 at MEM Inactive

# 21 HASSAN WHITESIDE CENTER 7 0 265 LBS 6/13/89 MARSHALL 5 YRS

Playing in 4th season with the HEAT, and 6th in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Hassan Niam Whitesidewas born in Gastonia, North 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
26, at ORL 10/18 POINTS 32 (2x), vs. ORL 12/20/16
Carolinafather, Hassan Arbubakrr, played in the NFL for Minnesota and Tampa Bayhas six
22, at ORL 10/18 REBOUNDS 25 (2x), vs. ATL 11/15/16
brothers and three sistersis active in causes that bring awareness to Autism and is inspired 1 (6x), at MIN 11/24 ASSISTS 3 (2x), vs. PHI 3/1/17
by his brother Nassan who is autisticinvolved in Nassans Place, a non-profit corporation 3 (2x), at UT 11/10 STEALS 3 (6x), at UT 11/10/17
helping families that are affected by autismenjoys playing video gameswears size 16 4, at PHO 11/8 BLOCKS 12, at CHI 1/25/15
sneakerstwitter account is @youngwhiteside. 11, at ORL 10/18 FG MADE 14 (2x), vs. PHI 2/4/17
1 (2x), vs. CHI 11/1 3FG MADE 1 (2x), vs. CHI 11/1/17
OPENING NIGHT: Became just the second player in NBA history to post at least 26 points and 7, at PHO 11/8 FT MADE 10 (2x), vs. IND 2/25/17
22 rebounds in a road season opener after doing so at ORL on 10/18. Also, his 22 rebounds 36:14, at ORL 10/18 MINUTES 46:59, vs. ORL 12/20/16
marked as the most for a season opener in team history.
200: Played in his 200th game as a member of the HEAT on 11/1 vs. CHI, his 2,471 rebounds, 554 blocks and 123 double-doubles over that span are the most by any player in team
history through their first 200 games as a member of the HEAT.

HASSAN WHITESIDE RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA DND
12/03/17 vs. GS DND
12/06/17 at SA NWT
12/09/17 at BKN NWT
12/11/17 at MEM NWT

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# 12 MATT WILLIAMS, JR. GUARD 6 5 210 LBS 10/14/93 CENTRAL FLORIDA ROOKIE

Playing in 1st season with the HEAT, and 1st in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Was born and raised in Orlando, FLattended Jones High School in 16-17 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
----- POINTS -----
Orlandoson of Cassandra and Matt Williams Srhas two sistersenjoys swimming, cycling
----- REBOUNDS -----
class and video gameswants to become a program director for the Boys and Girls Club of ----- ASSISTS -----
Central Florida when basketball career is overreads the Bible before gameswears size 14 ----- STEALS -----
sneakerstwitter account is @1mattwill2. ----- BLOCKS -----
TWO-WAY: Contract was converted into a two-way contract on October 15. ----- FG MADE -----
----- 3FG MADE -----
G LEAGUE: Joined the HEATs G League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce, as part of his two- ----- FT MADE -----
contract on 10/27. ----- MINUTES -----

MATT WILLIAMS, JR. RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA G League
12/03/17 vs. GS G League
12/06/17 at SA G League
12/09/17 at BKN G League
12/11/17 at MEM G League

# 20 JUSTISE WINSLOW FORWARD 6 7 225 LBS 3/26/96 DUKE 2 YRS

Playing in 3rd season with the HEAT, and 3rd in the NBA.
PERSONAL: Full name is Justise Jon Winslowhis father, Rickie, played college basketball at 17-18 SEASON HIGHS CATEGORIES CAREER HIGHS
15, at BKN 12/9 POINTS 23, vs. LAL 12/22/16
the University of Houston (1983-87) and was a member of the famed Phi Slama Jama team
12, vs. BOS 10/28 REBOUNDS 13 (2x), vs. LAL 12/22/16
that included Hakeem Olajuwon and Clyde Drexlerhas three older brothers (Cedrick, 5 (2x), at PHO 11/8 ASSISTS 7, vs. SAC 11/1/16
Brandon and Josh) and an older sister (Bianca)enjoys playing video games, swimming, 2 (3x), vs. IND 11/19 STEALS 4 (3x), vs. LAL 12/22/16
visiting art museums, watching documentaries, learning to produce music and 2 (2x), at BKN 12/9 BLOCKS 2 (6x), at BKN 12/9/17
volunteeringwears size 14 sneakerstwitter account is @IAmJustise. 5 (3x), at BKN 12/9 FG MADE 10, vs. LAL 12/22/16
4, at BKN 12/9 3FG MADE 4, at BKN 12/9/17
PERFECT: Connected on a career-high four three-point field goals, shooting a perfect 4-of-4 2 (6x), at MIN 11/24 FT MADE 5 (2x), vs. IND 2/22/16
from downtown, against Brooklyn on 12/9. 36:37, at PHO 11/8 MINUTES 46:09, vs. ORL 12/20/16

JUSTISE WINSLOW RECENT GAMES


DATE OPP. MIN FG FGA 3FG 3FGA FT FTA OR DR TOT A PF ST TO BS +/- PTS
12/01/17 vs. CHA 31:54 3 8 0 2 1 2 1 10 11 3 1 0 0 0 -16 7
12/03/17 vs. GS 21:23 3 5 1 2 0 0 1 2 3 3 2 0 1 1 -11 7
12/06/17 at SA 21:44 2 9 1 4 0 0 2 2 4 3 0 0 2 0 -8 5
12/09/17 at BKN 25:04 5 6 4 4 1 2 1 5 6 1 0 0 1 2 +11 15
12/11/17 at MEM 22:34 2 6 1 2 0 0 0 5 5 3 1 1 0 0 +17 5

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