Ignou Assignment 12-13 Heat Roster

The 2011–12Miami Heat season is the franchise's 24th season in the National Basketball Association (NBA). They came into the season as the defending Eastern Conference champions, the second season playing with the "Big Three" of Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh, and the fourth season under head coach Erik Spoelstra. Prior to the beginning of the season, they looked to bounce back from their disappointing finish to the previous year where they lost to the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Finals. Following the 2011 NBA lockout the Heat played only 66 games this season. They won their division for the 9th time and appeared in the Eastern Conference Finals for the 5th time. For the second year in a row, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh were all selected to the NBA All-Star Game, tying the record for the most Heat players in an All-Star game in franchise history.

On June 9, 2012, the Heat beat the Boston Celtics to advance to the NBA Finals for the second consecutive year and 3rd time in franchise history. On June 21, the Miami Heat won the NBA Championship at home against the Oklahoma City Thunder, 4–1, following their 121–106 Game 5 victory to become the 2012 NBA Champions, the 2nd Championship for the franchise. LeBron James was awarded the 2012 NBA Finals MVP.

Key dates[edit]

  • June 23: The 2011 NBA draft took place at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
  • December 9: The free agency period started.
  • December 18: The Heat pre-season started with a game against the Orlando Magic.
  • December 25: The Heat avenged their 2011 NBA Finals loss with a 105–94 win over the Dallas Mavericks to open the season.
  • December 27: The Heat won their home opener against the Boston Celtics 115–107.
  • February 7: With a 19–6 season start, the Heat marked their best start in franchise history.
  • February 14: The Heat became the first team to win three road games (Hawks, Bucks, & Pacers) on three consecutive nights by double digits since the 1970–71 Milwaukee Bucks.
  • February 23: The Heat went into the All Star Break with their best win percentage (.794) in team history.
  • February 25–26: The 2012 NBA All-Star Weekend took place.
  • April 3: The Heat clinched a playoff spot with a 99–93 win over the Philadelphia 76ers.
  • April 15: The Heat clinched a back to back (9th) Southeast Division title with a 93–85 win over the New York Knicks.
  • April 22: The Heat defeated the Houston Rockets 97–88 in their final regular season home game.
  • April 24: The Heat clinched the 2nd seed for the Eastern Conference after losing to the Boston Celtics 78–66.
  • April 26: The Heat ended the regular season with a 104–70 loss against the Washington Wizards.
  • May 9: The Heat defeated the New York Knicks in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference First Round, advancing to the Conference Semi-Finals.
  • May 24: The Heat defeated the Indiana Pacers in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals, advancing to the Conference Finals.
  • June 9: The Heat defeated the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, advancing to the 2012 NBA Finals.
  • June 21: The Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, winning the franchise's second championship. LeBron James was named NBA Finals MVP.

Season summary[edit]

When the Heat made it all the way to the finals in Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh's first year playing together, they were seen as heavy favorites from the Eastern Conference to return in 2012. The team's original starting lineup was:
C – Joel Anthony
PF – Chris Bosh
SF – LeBron James
SG – Dwyane Wade
PG – Mario Chalmers

The starting lineup would go through a lot of changes as the season went on. The finals lineup in the NBA Finals is listed below.

Draft picks[edit]

Main article: 2011 NBA draft

Roster[edit]

2011–12 Miami Heat roster
PlayersCoaches
Pos.No.NameHeightWeightDOB (YYYY-MM-DD)From
5.5 !F/C7001500000000000000♠50Anthony, Joel7000205740000000000♠6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)245 lb (111 kg)1982–08–09UNLV
4.0 !F7001310000000000000♠31Battier, Shane7000203200000000000♠6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)220 lb (100 kg)1978–09–09Duke
4.0 !F7000100000000000000♠1Bosh, Chris7000208279999999999♠6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)235 lb (107 kg)1984–05–19Georgia Tech
1.5 !G7001150000000000000♠15Chalmers, Mario7000187960000000000♠6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)190 lb (86 kg)1986–03–24Kansas
1.5 !G7001300000000000000♠30Cole, Norris7000187960000000000♠6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)170 lb (77 kg)1988–10–13Cleveland State
6.0 !C7001340000000000000♠34Curry, Eddy7000213360000000000♠7 ft 0 in (2.13 m)295 lb (134 kg)1982–12–05Thornwood HS (IL)
1.5 !G7001140000000000000♠14Harris, Terrel7000195580000000000♠6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)190 lb (86 kg)1987–08–10Oklahoma State
4.0 !F7001400000000000000♠40Haslem, Udonis (C)7000203200000000000♠6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)235 lb (107 kg)1980–06–09Florida
4.0 !F7000500000000000000♠5Howard, Juwan7000205740000000000♠6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)250 lb (113 kg)1973–02–07Michigan
4.0 !F7000600000000000000♠6James, LeBron (C)7000203200000000000♠6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)250 lb (113 kg)1984–12–30St. Vincent–St. Mary HS (OH)
4.0 !F7001220000000000000♠22Jones, James7000203200000000000♠6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)215 lb (98 kg)1980–10–04Miami (FL)
2.5 !G/F7001130000000000000♠13Miller, Mike7000203200000000000♠6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)218 lb (99 kg)1980–02–19Florida
6.0 !C7001450000000000000♠45Pittman, Dexter7000210820000000000♠6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)308 lb (140 kg)1988–03–02Texas
6.0 !C7001210000000000000♠21Turiaf, Ronny7000208279999999999♠6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)245 lb (111 kg)1983-01-13Gonzaga
1.5 !G7000300000000000000♠3Wade, Dwyane (C)7000193040000000000♠6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)220 lb (100 kg)1982–01–17Marquette
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (DP) Unsigned draft pick
  • (FA) Free agent
  • (S) Suspended
  • Injured

Pre-season[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Game log[edit]

2011–12 game log
Total: 46–20 (Home: 28–5; Road: 18–15)

December: 4–0 (Home: 1–0; Road: 3–0)

January: 12–5 (Home: 9–2; Road: 3–3)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
5January 1CharlotteW 129–90Chris Bosh (24)Chris Bosh (10)Norris Cole (9)American Airlines Arena
20,016
5–0
6January 2AtlantaL 92–100LeBron James (28)Udonis Haslem (10)Dwyane Wade (10)American Airlines Arena
20,078
5–1
7January 4IndianaW 118–83LeBron James (33)Udonis Haslem (10)LeBron James (13)American Airlines Arena
20,201
6–1
8January 5@ AtlantaW 116–109 (OT)Chris Bosh (33)Chris Bosh
Terrel Harris (14)
Mario Chalmers (8)Philips Arena
18,371
7–1
9January 7@ New JerseyW 101–90LeBron James (32)Udonis Haslem (12)LeBron James (9)Prudential Center
18,711
8–1
10January 10@ Golden StateL 106–111 (OT)Dwyane Wade (34)LeBron James (11)LeBron James (7)Oracle Arena
19,596
8–2
11January 11@ L.A. ClippersL 89–95 (OT)LeBron James (23)LeBron James (13)LeBron James (7)Staples Center
19,341
8–3
12January 13@ DenverL 103–117LeBron James (35)Udonis Haslem (11)LeBron James (6)Pepsi Center
19,155
8–4
13January 17San AntonioW 120–98LeBron James (33)Chris Bosh (8)LeBron James (10)American Airlines Arena
19,600
9–4
14January 19L.A. LakersW 98–87LeBron James (31)Bosh,James & Haslem (8)LeBron James (8)American Airlines Arena
20,004
10–4
15January 21PhiladelphiaW 113–92Chris Bosh (30)Udonis Haslem (10)Mario Chalmers (8)American Airlines Arena
19,725
11–4
16January 22MilwaukeeL 82–91LeBron James (28)LeBron James (13)LeBron James (5)American Airlines Arena
19,600
11–5
17January 24ClevelandW 92–85Chris Bosh (35)Udonis Haslem (10)LeBron James (5)American Airlines Arena
19,600
12–5
18January 25@ DetroitW 101–98LeBron James (32)LeBron James (6)LeBron James (7)The Palace of Auburn Hills
18,058
13–5
19January 27New YorkW 99–89LeBron James (31)Chris Bosh (9)LeBron James (7)American Airlines Arena
19,707
14–5
20January 29ChicagoW 97–93LeBron James (35)Chris Bosh (12)Dwyane Wade (7)American Airlines Arena
20,054
15–5
21January 30New OrleansW 109–95LeBron James
Dwyane Wade (22)
LeBron James (11)LeBron James (8)American Airlines Arena
19,600
16–5

February: 11–2 (Home: 5–0; Road: 6–2)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
22February 1@ MilwaukeeL 97–105LeBron James (40)Chris Bosh (9)Dwyane Wade (6)Bradley Center
10,265
16–6
23February 3@ PhiladelphiaW 99–79Dwyane Wade (26)LeBron James (8)LeBron James (12)Wells Fargo Center
20,694
17–6
24February 5TorontoW 95–89LeBron James (30)LeBron James (9)LeBron James (4)American Airlines Arena
19,802
18–6
25February 7ClevelandW 107–91Dwyane Wade (26)LeBron James (6)Chris Bosh (9)American Airlines Arena
20,078
19–6
26February 8@ OrlandoL 89–102Dwyane Wade (33)LeBron James(10)Chris Bosh (9)Amway Center
18,972
19–7
27February 10@ WashingtonW 106–89Dwyane Wade (26)LeBron James (9)Udonis Haslem (12)Verizon Center
20,282
20–7
28February 12@ AtlantaW 107–87LeBron James (23)LeBron James (6)Chris Bosh (26)Philips Arena
18,371
21–7
29February 13@ MilwaukeeW 114–96LeBron James (35)Mike Miller (8)Chris Bosh (4)Bradley Center
16,749
22–7
30February 14@ IndianaW 105–90LeBron James (23)LeBron James (9)LeBron James (7)Bankers Life Fieldhouse
18,165
23–7
31February 17@ ClevelandW 111–87LeBron James (28)Chris Bosh (12)LeBron James
Mario Chalmers (5)
Quicken Loans Arena
20,562
24–7
32February 19OrlandoW 90–78Dwyane Wade (27)LeBron James (11)LeBron James (8)American Airlines Arena
20,185
25–7
33February 21SacramentoW 120–108Dwyane Wade (30)Chris Bosh (10)Dwyane Wade (10)American Airlines Arena
20,068
26–7
34February 23New YorkW 102–88Chris Bosh (25)Udonis Haslem
LeBron James (9)
LeBron James (8)American Airlines Arena
20,197
27–7
All-Star Break

March: 10–6 (Home: 6–0; Road: 4–6)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
35March 1@ PortlandW 107–93LeBron James (38)Udonis Haslem (14)Dwyane Wade (10)Rose Garden
20,597
28–7
36March 2@ UtahL 98–99LeBron James (35)LeBron James (10)LeBron James (6)EnergySolutions Arena
19,991
28–8
37March 4@ L.A. LakersL 83–93LeBron James (25)LeBron James (13)LeBron James (7)Staples Center
18,997
28–9
38March 6New JerseyW 108–78LeBron James (21)LeBron James (9)Mario Chalmers (7)American Airlines Arena
19,600
29–9
39March 7AtlantaW 89–86LeBron James (31)LeBron James (11)Dwyane Wade (6)American Airlines Arena
20,018
30–9
40March 10IndianaW 93–91 (OT)Dwyane Wade (28)Udonis Haslem (11)Dwyane Wade (7)American Airlines Arena
20,154
31–9
41March 13@ OrlandoL 98–104 (OT)Dwyane Wade (28)LeBron James (11)LeBron James (8)Amway Center
18,879
31–10
42March 14@ ChicagoL 102–106Dwyane Wade (36)Dwyane Wade (7)LeBron James (4)United Center
23,028
31–11
43March 16@ PhiladelphiaW 84–78LeBron James (29)Dwyane Wade (11)LeBron James (8)Wells Fargo Center
20,396
32–11
44March 18OrlandoW 91–81Dwyane Wade (31)LeBron James (12)LeBron James (7)American Airlines Arena
20,003
33–11
45March 20PhoenixW 99–95Chris Bosh (29)Udonis Haslem (9)Mario Chalmers (8)American Airlines Arena
20,212
34–11
46March 23@ DetroitW 88–73Dwyane Wade (24)Chris Bosh
Dwyane Wade (9)
LeBron James (10)The Palace of Auburn Hills
22,076
35–11
47March 25@ Oklahoma CityL 87–103Dwyane Wade (22)Udonis Haslem (9)LeBron James (7)Chesapeake Energy Arena
18,203
35–12
48March 26@ IndianaL 90–105LeBron James
Dwyane Wade (24)
LeBron James (9)Dwyane Wade (6)Bankers Life Fieldhouse
17,415
35–13
49March 29DallasW 106–85Chris Bosh
LeBron James (19)
Chris Bosh
LeBron James (9)
LeBron James
Dwyane Wade (5)
American Airlines Arena
20,096
36–13
50March 30@ TorontoW 113–101Chris Bosh
Dwyane Wade (30)
Chris Bosh (8)LeBron James (9)Air Canada Centre
19,883
37–13

April: 9–7 (Home: 7–3; Road: 2–4)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
51April 1@ BostonL 72–91LeBron James (23)Chris Bosh (11)Chris Bosh (4)TD Garden
18,624
37–14
52April 3PhiladelphiaW 99–93LeBron James (41)Udonis Haslem (11)Mario Chalmers
LeBron James (4)
American Airlines Arena
20,015
38–14
53April 4Oklahoma CityW 98–93LeBron James (34)Udonis Haslem (8)LeBron James (10)American Airlines Arena
20,104
39–14
54April 6MemphisL 82–97LeBron James (21)Dwyane Wade (7)LeBron James (6)American Airlines Arena
20,008
39–15
55April 8DetroitW 98–75LeBron James (26)Chris Bosh
Ronny Turiaf (9)
Shane Battier
Mario Chalmers (5)
American Airlines Arena
20,017
40–15
56April 10BostonL 107–115LeBron James (36)Chris Bosh (9)LeBron James (7)American Airlines Arena
19,954
40–16
57April 12@ ChicagoL 86–96 (OT)LeBron James (30)Chris Bosh
Ronny Turiaf (8)
LeBron James (5)United Center
23,015
40–17
58April 13CharlotteW 105–82LeBron James (19)LeBron James (9)LeBron James (5)American Airlines Arena
19,600
41–17
59April 15@ New YorkW 93–85LeBron James (29)Chris Bosh (14)Dwyane Wade (4)Madison Square Garden
19,763
42–17
60April 16@ New JerseyW 101–98LeBron James (37)Chris Bosh (15)LeBron James (7)Prudential Center
18,711
43–17
61April 18TorontoW 96–72LeBron James (28)Udonis Haslem (7)Mario Chalmers (7)American Airlines Arena
19,600
44–17
62April 19ChicagoW 83–72LeBron James (27)LeBron James (11)LeBron James (6)American Airlines Arena
20,008
45–17
63April 21WashingtonL 84–86Mario Chalmers (16)Udonis Haslem (15)Mario Chalmers (6)American Airlines Arena
19,722
45–18
64April 22HoustonW 97–88LeBron James (32)Udonis Haslem (11)LeBron James (5)American Airlines Arena
19,859
46–18
65April 24@ BostonL 66–78Dexter Pittman (12)Udonis Haslem (13)Mario Chalmers (5)TD Garden
18,624
46–19
66April 26@ WashingtonL 70–104Norris Cole (14)Harris, Howard & Turiaf (5)Terrel Harris (3)Verizon Center
19,537
46–20
2011–12 season schedule

Playoffs[edit]

Game log[edit]

2012 playoff game log
Total: 16–7 (Home: 11–2; Road: 5–5)

First Round: 4–1 (Home: 3–0; Road: 1–1)

Conference Semifinals: 4–2 (Home: 2–1; Road: 2–1)

Conference Finals: 4–3 (Home: 3–1; Road: 1–2)

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