Miami Heat 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

Miami Heat 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

The NBA season is back, and the Miami Heat are looking for redemption. After being defeated by the Denver Nuggets in five games in the 2023 NBA Finals and making some impactful changes to the team’s roster in the off season, fans are curious to see how the team shakes out. Check out the 2023-2024 Miami Heat schedule, roster and more to see how the season is shaping up for the team.


The Miami Heat were established in 1988 and are now part of the Southeastern Division. In the team’s 36 seasons, they have made it to the post season 24 times, the Finals 7 times, with 3 of those occasions ending with NBA championships. Those championships were won in 2006, 2012 and 2013, with the second two being led by basketball legend Lebron James. 

The Heat made it to the Finals again in 2023 but lost to the Denver Nuggets in five games. They play their home games at FTX Arena, located in Miami, Florida. 


Miami Heat logo, basketball with flamesSince 1988, the Miami Heat logo has been altered slightly, but the general design of it has remained the same. Created by Miami artist, Mark Henderson, the original design depicted a flaming orange basketball falling through what is meant to be a basketball hoop. The team’s name is printed below the basketball in thick block letters.

Since 1988, the only major change to the logo has been changing the color of the flaming basketball to a dark red with an orange flame and the hoop to white with a black border.

The Miami Heat logo is meant to represent the team’s intensity and passion for the game, and continues to be one of the most popular and recognizable logos in the United States. 


This is going to be an interesting season for the Miami Heat, to say the least. Check out the 2023-2024 Miami Heat schedule below to know what to expect. The schedule, provided by DIRECTV, includes information on game dates and times, as well as the networks broadcasting the games so you can follow along at home.


Some big changes have stirred up the Miami Heat roster, and it may take the team some getting used to before they can start performing at their best. With the departure of Max Straus and Gabe Vincent, the team may have to worry about their depth more than before.

They still have the power of Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, though. In fact, Butler recently said that the Heat would be making it all the way to the finals. Fans will just have to watch to find out if that’s really the case. 

Check out the Miami Heat 2023-2024 roster below to see what players the team has added to the list.


#00 Cheick Diallo, Forward

#0 Josh Richardson, Guard

#4 RJ Hampton, Guard

#5 Nikola Jović, Forward

#7 Kyle Lowry, Guard 

#8 Jamal Cain, Forward

#9 Dru Smith, Guard

#11 Jaime Jaquez Jr., Forward

#13 Bam Adebayo, Center-Forward  

#14 Tyler Herro, Guard

#15 Alondes Williams, Guard

#16 Caleb Martin, Forward

#17 Drew Peterson, Forward

#20 Justin Champagnie, Forward

#21 Cole Swider, Forward

#22 Jimmy Butler, Forward 

#24 Haywood Highsmith, Forward

#25 Orlando Robinson, Center

#31 Thomas Bryant, Center

#42 Kevin Love, Forward

#55 Duncan Robinson, Forward


Head Coach: Erik Spoelstra

Assistant Coaches: Chris Quinn, Malik Allen, Caron Butler

Assistant Coaches for Player Development: Octavio De La Grana; Eric Glass

Trainer: Wes Brown


The Miami Heat are back on the court and top fans don’t want to miss a second of the action. With DIRECTV, you can watch Miami Heat games on the channels and subscriptions listed below. 

When basketball is your passion, you want to watch all the games. The best way to watch both in and out of market games is with NBA League Pass. NBA League Pass has every game available to stream, plus around-the-clock NBA TV coverage. Even if you miss a live game, you can catch up on demand and fill your evenings with the best NBA analysis and breakdowns.  

You can add NBA League Pass to your DIRECTV account online for the whole season for just one payment of $99.99. You can also pay in three installments of $33.33.

If you aren’t a DIRECTV customer yet, you can get started by choosing from one of the packages here and adding the NBA League Pass at the same time. You can get the NBA action on Channels 750-768 during the regular season, and tune in to NBA TV on Ch. 216. 

Get started with DIRECTV today.

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