After the painful and exhausting NBA finals from just two months ago, the championship runners-up Miami Heat are ready to show that last season wasn’t a fluke. Already severe underdogs to the Los Angeles Lakers, the Heat were set back by injuries and unable to play at their full potential, so they came short against Lebron James and Anthony Davis.
With a healthy roster and some luck, the 2020-21 season is another title run. Jimmy Butler went from star to near-superstar last season and is fully capable of leading the team and taking the big shots. Paired with the healthy, multi-talented Bam Adebayo who is looking to notch up his play again this season, the Miami Heat should be considered one of the favorites to come out of the East even if they’re being overlooked again.
The 2020-21 Miami Heat season schedule
However, the 2020-21 season doesn’t just rely on Butler and Adebayo. The Heat have one of the strongest rosters from 1-7. The 35 year old Goran Dragic was the Heat’s leading scorer throughout much of their playoff run, but also had an unfortunate injury in game one of the finals. That was a huge blow to their backcourt, but he’s back and the Dragon is always ready. Last year’s rookies Tyler Herro and Kendrick Nunn, along with second year player Duncan Robinson, stepped up and they delivered. You can count on the Heat being one of the top teams this season.
|Wed||Dec 23||at Orlando||7:00pm||–|
|Fri||Dec 25||vs New Orleans||12:00pm||ESPN|
|Tue||Dec 29||vs Milwaukee||7:30pm||TNT|
|Wed||Dec 30||vs Milwaukee||7:30pm||NBATV|
|Fri||Jan 1||at Dallas||7:00pm||–|
|Mon||Jan 4||vs Oklahoma City||7:30pm||–|
|Wed||Jan 6||vs Boston||7:30pm||ESPN|
|Sat||Jan 9||at Washington||7:00pm||NBATV|
|Sun||Jan 10||at Boston||7:00pm||NBATV|
|Tue||Jan 12||at Philadelphia||7:00pm||–|
|Thu||Jan 14||at Philadelphia||7:30pm||TNT|
|Sat||Jan 16||vs Detroit||8:00pm||–|
|Mon||Jan 18||vs Detroit||3:00pm||–|
|Wed||Jan 20||at Toronto||7:30pm||–|
|Fri||Jan 22||at Toronto||7:30pm||–|
|Sat||Jan 23||at Brooklyn||7:30pm||NBATV|
|Mon||Jan 25||at Brooklyn||7:30pm||NBATV|
|Wed||Jan 27||vs Denver||7:30pm||–|
|Thu||Jan 28||vs LA Clippers||7:00pm||TNT|
|Sat||Jan 30||vs Sacramento||8:00pm||–|
|Mon||Feb 1||vs Charlotte||7:30pm||–|
|Wed||Feb 3||vs Washington||7:30pm||–|
|Fri||Feb 5||vs Washington||8:00pm||–|
|Sun||Feb 7||at New York||1:00pm||–|
|Tue||Feb 9||vs New York||7:30pm||–|
|Thu||Feb 11||at Houston||7:30pm||TNT|
|Sat||Feb 13||at Utah||9:00pm||–|
|Mon||Feb 15||at LA Clippers||10:00pm||NBATV|
|Wed||Feb 17||at Golden State||10:00pm||ESPN|
|Thu||Feb 18||at Sacramento||10:00pm||–|
|Sat||Feb 20||at LA Lakers||8:30pm||ABC|
|Mon||Feb 22||at Oklahoma City||8:00pm||–|
|Wed||Feb 24||vs Toronto||7:30pm||ESPN|
|Fri||Feb 26||vs Utah||8:00pm||–|
|Sun||Feb 28||vs Atlanta||6:00pm||–|
|Tue||Mar 2||vs Atlanta||7:30pm||–|
|Thu||Mar 4||at New Orleans||9:30pm||TNT|
The Heat’s Head Coach Erik Spoelstra sure knows how to win championships and it is going to be exciting to watch Miami Heat prove the talking heads wrong again this season. Their first game is at Orlando against the Magic on December 23rd. They are expected to win their opening game of the season, though we have to wait and see.
Printable Miami Heat schedule for 2020-21
The Heat will get a welcome challenge early in the season as Miami’s third and fourth games are back-to-backs against Eastern Conference favorite Milwaukee Bucks. To stay in close touch with every Miami Heat game of the season, we are providing you with this handy printable Miami Heat team schedule for the 2020-21 season.
Our MIA schedule can be quite useful if you intend on watching all sixteen Miami Heat games that will be featured on national TVs networks NBATV, ESPN, ABC and TNT, so feel free to download the game and TV schedule you see above here and stay updated at all times.