Heat vs. Match Rates and Predictions (Miami for a quick handshake with the team in Brooklyn)

The Brooklyn Nets are struggling tonight against the Miami Heat leading the Eastern Conference tonight. The Nets made a blockbuster deal with the Philadelphia 76ers this week, sending James Harden and Paul Milsap to Philly to buy Ben Simmons, Seth Curry, Andre Drummond, and the first two picks. While trading makes the Nets better, in the long run they will be seriously out of breath tonight trying to avoid losing their 11th game in a row. The Nets were considered pre-season contenders but underperformed. Meanwhile, The Heat continued to win and rise to the top in the East. Brooky is on a 4-game winning streak and will have little difficulty recruiting the understaffed Nets. Here are the odds for this Eastern Conference clash due to WynnBET:


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The Nets made a great move to help this team move forward better. However, as of today, they are still an absolute devaluation fire and hard to trust even with double-digit spreads. Even with a questionable Tyler Herro, PJ Tucker and Caleb Martin for tonight, the Nets were still beaten. The combination of Kyle Lowry and Bam Adebayo will make the point early and often. That would be problematic enough for the Nets but the Heat also have one of the best defenses in the NBA. They are fifth in scoring with 104.2 points per game allowed and first in terms of opponent bounces per game. Backdoor covers are always a concern in games like this, but I think the Heat will hold them back and try to get the Nets out of the gym.

Lean: Miami Heat -11 (-110)

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John Verrall

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