The Miami Heat’s historic second half is well documented, going from 11-30 to 30-11 and finish at .500.
But the season also saw several veteran players set personal bests and franchise single-season records.
We bring you a comprehensive list of records and accomplishments.
- Career best 1,309 points, 1,088 rebounds, 542 field goals, 57 assists, 57 steals.
- Set franchise record for rebounds while becoming first Heat player to lead NBA with 14.1 per game.
- Set franchise record with 58 double-doubles.
- Set franchise record with 15 straight double-doubles.
- Set franchise record with 66 games with double figure rebounds.
- Set franchise record of 19 consecutive games with double figure rebounds.
- Set franchise record with five games of at least 20 points and 20 rebounds.
- Led the team in rebounds a franchise record 75 times.
- Ended season leading team in rebounds a team record 35 straight games.
- Equaled career bests with 20.3 points per game, 5.8 rebounds per game.
- Career best 2.7 assists per game, 3.3 rebounds per game, .395 3-point percentage
- Career best 975 points, 376 rebounds, 276 assists, 76 steals, 86 blocks, 87 3 pointers, .340 3-point field goal percentage.
- Improvement in points, rebounds and assists per game (plus 12.9) is the most in the league.
- Career best 1,002 points, 292 rebounds, 233 assists, 84 steals, 44 blocks.
- Set franchise record with 1,002 points without a start.
- Set franchise record with 11 20-point games off the bench.
- Second highest average (13.7) in NBA for player with no starts.
- Career best 539 points, 168 rebounds, 139 assists, 60 steals, 40 blocks, 75 3-pointers.
- Career best 87 3-pointers, 20 steals, 11 blocks.
- Career best 149 3-pointers
- Became the longest tenured player in franchise history, 14 seasons.
Johnson & Johnson
- The only two players with at least 600 points, 250 rebounds, 200 assists off the bench in NBA.
The Heat are the first team in NBA history to have been at least 19 games under .500 and reach the .500 mark at any point during that season. Miami’s 41 wins are the most in league history for any team that was previously at least 19 games under .500, breaking the record of 37 held by the 2013-14 Knicks.
The Heat set franchise records for the most 3-pointers in a game (21), most 3-pointers in a season (808), most game with double figure 3-pointers (38).
The Heat lead the NBA with 328 player games missed due to injury/illness.