|Team history||Miami Midnites (2014-present)|
|Based in||Davie, Florida|
|Arena||David Posnack Jewish Community Center|
|Championships||2 (2014, 2015-FBA)|
The Miami Midnites were a professional minor league basketball team based in Miami, Florida. Established in 2014, the club was an affiliate of the Maccabi Haifa B.C. of the Israeli Basketball Premier League, The team is owned by Jeffrey Rosen, CEO of Triangle Entertainment.
Competing in the Florida Basketball Association, the Midnites named Florida Hall of Fame coach Marcos '"Shakey" Rodriguez its first head coach in April 2014. After an 11-1 regular season, Miami defeated Palm Beach Knights (141–121) in the FBA Playoff semifinals before capturing the league championship against Tampa Bay Rebels 98-82 on August 10, 2014.
In their first season competing in the ABA Miami advanced through the league playoffs before losing in the ABA Championship to Shreveport-Bossier Mavericks.
|2014||FBA||11||1||1st||Won FBA championship|
|2014-15||ABA||17||3||2nd, Southeast Division||Runner-up (lost to Shreveport-Bossier Mavericks)|
|2015||FBA||12||0||1st||Won FBA championship|
|2015-16||ABA||24||4||2nd, Florida Division||Semifinals (lost to Windy City Groove)|
|2016||FBA||7||1||1st||Won FBA Championship|
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