Watch Miami Heat Games
No matter if you're a die-hard Miami Heat fan or simply wanting to watch the biggest rivalry games, you can be sure there's plenty of ways to make sure you get your fix. These days you can live stream Heat games right to your phone, tablet or laptop while you're on the go. Or if you're looking to watch from the comfort of your own home, there's plenty of cable packages and cord-cutting options that pretty much guarantee you'll get to watch every Miami Heat game.
Miami Heat Local TV/Radio Broadcasts
FOX Sports Sun holds the regional cable TV rights to Miami Heat games. This means that any Heat game not otherwise nationally televised is likely to broadcast locally on this regional sports network.
Fox Sports Sun is available through a number of cable packages, whether it be traditional cable, satellite or internet TV. The table below shows every current plan offering this network, though you will need to be watching within the Miami television market in order to get this station locally. Otherwise look for more expensive plans that carry all Fox Sports regional channels such as the Premier options from DirecTV or Xfinity.
You can also live stream Heat games airing on Fox Sports Sun via the Fox Sports Go website and mobile app. The app is compatible with Apple and Android devices, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, Chromecast, FireTV and Android TV.
You can listen to Heat games on their flagship radio station 790 AM The Ticket live play-by-play, and pre and post game coverage. For those in the Miami area they also have a HEAT app that live streams play-by-play calls; available on both the Apple and Google Play stores for free.
For those that are outside of the Miami region, check out NBA Audio Pass. For $9.99 per season, it's a great work-around for gaining audio access to all NBA games whether you're in the region or not. And choose between the HOME or AWAY announcer crew for any game.
Fox Sports Sun Broadcast Team
Eric Reid has been the play-by play-announcer for the Miami Heat for over three decades. He joined the Fox Sports Sun TV crew just before the Heat's inaugural season in 1988. John Crotty joins Reid in the booth as the color commentator, a position held since the 2004-05 season. He's a former Miami Heat point guard and played in the NBA for 11 years.
Kristen Hewitt is the primary courtside reporter for the Heat, but does share the job with Jason Jackson and Will Manso on occasion. Jason Jackson hosts Miami's pre-game, halftime and post-game show "Inside the Heat" for home games, and Will Manso hosts for road games.
Miami Heat Team Links & Apps
The Miami Heat official website is the best source for highlights, current rosters, player and coach interviews, ticket info and breaking team news. The Heat also have an official mobile app that provides you with the same info and experience, but for on-the-go. You can also listen to live Heat games locally from the app, provided you are 75 miles or closer to their flagship radio station 790AM The Ticket.