• The Heat recorded fewer turnovers than its opponent in 12 consecutive games from Jan. 30 to Feb. 23. It was the longest such stretch in team history. The Heat finished the season 46-5 in games when it committed fewer turnovers than its opponents.
• The Heat recorded a 15-1 record (.938) on the second night of a back-to-back set this season, tying for the best record on the second night of a back-to back set in NBA history. The Dallas Mavericks finished 15-1 (.938) in such games during the 2006-07 season.
• First time a Heat coach won Coach of the Month in consecutive months.
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra was named the NBA’s Coach of the Month in February and March. He has been named Coach of the Month five times in his career, tying him with Pat Riley for the most in franchise history. Spoelstra recorded his 250th career victory in just 382 games, a record for the Heat. It took Pat Riley 395 games with the Heat to reach the 250-win milestone with the franchise.
• First time a Heat player has been named Player of the Month in five consecutive months.
LeBron James was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Month the first five months of the season. James shot a career-high 56.5 percent from the field for the season while also connecting on 103 three-point field goals, becoming the only player in NBA history to hit at least 100 three-point field goals while shooting at least 55 percent from the field to finish a season.
• LeBron James recorded his 5,000th point as a member of the Heat on Feb. 6, becoming the fastest player in franchise history to achieve the feat and just the ninth Miami player to reach the milestone. He reached the 5,000-point plateau in only his 187th game with Miami, 31 games quicker than the franchise record held by Dwyane Wade. During the season, James became the youngest player in NBA history to score his 20,000th career point. James is the youngest player in NBA history to score at least 20,000 points, grab 5,000 rebounds and dish out 5,000 assists.
• First trio of Heat teammates to start an All-Star Game.
Fans voted LeBron James and Dwyane Wade into the All-Star Game as starters and Heat coach Erik Spoelstra tabbed Chris Bosh as a starter when Celtics guard Rajon Rondo was unable to participate in the game because of an injury.