Vitals, Game Time, How To Watch, Betting Odds And Game 4 Prediction For Miami Heat at …

Game time: 7 p.m., ET

Where: State Farm Arena


Betting lines:
According to Heat -2
According to Heat -1.5

VITALS: The Heat and Hawks met four times this regular season with Miami winning the series, 3-1. The Heat has currently won eight of their last nine overall matchups against the Hawks in Miami. The Heat are 73-57 all-time versus Atlanta during the regular season, including 47-19 in home games and 26-38 in road games. Additionally, the teams enter this postseason having faced each other just two times during the playoffs with Atlanta winning both of those series coming down to the final game, first in the 1994 First Round (3-2) and in the 2009 First Round (4-3  … For the Heat, Bam Adebayo (Left Quadriceps Contusion), Caleb Martin (ankle), Markieff Morris (Left Hip Flexor Strain) and P.J. Tucker (Right Calf Strain) are questionable and Gabe Vincent (Right Big Toe Contusion) is probable. For the Hawks, Clint Capela (knee) is questionable and Lou Williams (back) are out.



G Max Strus

G Kyle Lowry

C Bam Adebayo

F P.J Tucker

F Jimmy Butler


F De’Andre Hunger

F Danilo Gallinari

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C John Collins

G Kevin Huerter

G Trae Young.


Bam Adebayo on the importance of Game 3: “That can change the series if they win. They can look at the series different. Our job is to keep wearing on them and then get that third and fourth win.”

Here’s the prediction for Sunday’s game from Moses The Hamster. He picks the Heat. Moses’ record during the postseason is 1-2.


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