• This season marked the first time in franchise history that four different Heat players — Ray Allen (139) Shane Battier (136), Mario Chalmers (123) and LeBron James (103) — connected on at least 100 three-point field-goal attempts during a single season. Only two previous times has Miami had three players make at least 100 three-pointers in a regular season. Allen connected on his 100th three-point field goal of the season against Orlando on March 6, marking his 16th season with at least 100 made three-point field goals, the most in NBA history.
• The Heat shot 49.6 percent from the field and 39.6 percent from three-point range this season, both franchise-highs. Before this season, the best shooting percentage in Heat history was in the 2004-05 season when the Heat shot 48.6 percent from the field. The previous record for three-point shooting percentage in a single season was in 1995-96 when the team shot 37.9 percent from behind the arc. Several Heat players set career-highs this season for shooting percentages. From the field: Dwyane Wade shot .521 (569-1,093); LeBron James shot .565 (765-1,354) and Chris Bosh shot .535 (485-907). From three-point range: Shane Battier shot .430 (136-316), LeBron James shot .406 (103-254) and Mario Chalmers shot .409 (123-301).
• Miami connected on 717 three-point field goals this season, the most for a single season in franchise history. The previous franchise record for three-pointers in a single season was 678 during the 1996-97 season. The Heat connected on double-digit three-point field goals 31 times this season, the most during a single season in franchise history.
• Had the highest single-game attendance in franchise history, done three separate times.
The Heat sold out every game this season, extending its home sellout streak to 115 consecutive games. Miami set franchise home attendance records this season several times. On Christmas against the Thunder, the Heat set an attendance record of 20,300. The Heat matched that mark against the Lakers on Feb. 10. The Heat then surpassed those records on March 12 with an attendance of 20,350 against the Hawks. The Heat then tied that record on March 22 against Detroit and March 24 against Charlotte.
• Finished with the franchise’s best record against the Western Conference.
The Heat went 25-5 against Western Conference opponents this season, a franchise record. The team’s winning percentage of .833 against Western Conference opponents was the best in the NBA and best in franchise history. The Heat was 14-1 at home against Western Conference opponents, which also stands as a franchise record.
• The 21-point halftime deficit at Cleveland on March 20 was the team’s largest halftime come-from-behind victory in franchise history. The Heat trailed by 27 points in the third quarter before cutting that deficit to nine points to begin the fourth quarter. The Heat defeated the Cavaliers 98-95 as LeBron James recorded a triple-double (25 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists) against his old team.
• Clinched a postseason berth at the earliest date and with the most games remaining in team history.
The Heat clinched a spot in the playoffs on March 9 with 22 games remaining in the regular season. The victory against the 76ers on March 9 was the 17th consecutive victory during its 27-game winning streak.