2008-09 Miami Heat Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 43-39
Finishing 3rd in the NBA's Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference
Postseason: 3-4 Lost conference first round
Conference First Round - Lost to Atlanta Hawks 4-3
Coach: Erik Spoelstra (43-39)
Location: Miami, Florida
Attendance: 748,978, Avg. 18,268 in 41 home dates
2008-09 Miami Heat Statistics
2008-09 Miami Heat Results

The Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association ended the 2008-09 season with a record of 43 wins and 39 losses, finishing third in the NBA's Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 3-4. Erik Spoelstra coached the team. The 2008-09 Miami Heat lost in the conference first round.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Joel AnthonyCAugust 9, 19826'9"245UNLVMontreal, QU CAN
Marcus BanksGNovember 19, 19816'2"200UNLVLas Vegas, NV USA
Michael BeasleyFJanuary 9, 19896'10"245Kansas StateFrederick, MD USA
Mark BlountCNovember 30, 19757'0"230PittsburghDobbs Ferry, NY USA
Mario ChalmersPG-SGMay 19, 19866'1"190KansasAnchorage, AK USA
Daequan CookGApril 28, 19876'5"205Ohio StateDayton, OH USA
Yakhouba DiawaraF-GAugust 29, 19826'7"225PepperdineParis, FRA
Udonis HaslemC-FJune 9, 19806'7"228FloridaMiami, FL USA
Luther HeadGNovember 26, 19826'3"185IllinoisChicago, IL USA
James JonesFOctober 4, 19806'8"215Miami (FL)Miami, FL USA
Shaun LivingstonGSeptember 11, 19856'7"175nonePeoria, IL USA
Jamaal MagloireF-CMay 21, 19786'10"259KentuckyToronto, ON CAN
Shawn MarionFMay 7, 19786'7"215UNLVChicago, IL USA
Jamario MoonFJune 13, 19806'8"205Meridian CCGoodwater, AL USA
Jermaine O'NealF-COctober 13, 19786'11"226noneColumbia, SC USA
Chris QuinnGSeptember 27, 19836'2"185Notre DameNew Orleans, LA USA
Dwyane WadeGJanuary 17, 19826'4"210MarquetteChicago, IL USA
Dorell WrightFDecember 2, 19856'7"210noneLos Angeles, CA USA



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