Miami vs Golden State Predictions
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*Consensus from 7033 predictions.
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Warriors far and away the better team but I do think the Heats tough defense plays a little part in this and keeps it closer than 14.
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The Heat dominates ATS in this series but they are only 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games. Warriors are 4-1 ATS in their last 5. I can't go against a red hot team on their own floor. Taking GS to cover.50%
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CBS Miami: Miami's Hot Shooting Night Cools Off Late As Warriors Edge Heat 120-118
OAKLAND (CBSMiami/AP) -- The Miami Heat are currently working through a tough west coast road trip while trying hang on to the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
On Sunday the Heat made a stop in Oakland to play the Western Conference leading Golden State Warriors.
Kevin Durant scored 39 points and DeMarcus Cousins made two free throws with 5.4 seconds to play that helped the Warriors cap a comeback from a 19-point deficit in the first quarter to beat Miami 120-118.
Cousins rebounded a missed 3-pointer by Durant and drew a foul, setting the stage for his winning free throws that gave Golden State its 11th double-digit comeback of the season, and second straight after rallying from 17 points down in the first quarter Friday in Phoenix.
Golden State Of Mind: Warriors beat Heat 120-118 in back-and-forth affair
It wasn't always pretty, but the Golden State Warriors beat the Miami Heat 120-118 on Sunday night in Oakland, in a highly dramatic game.
You would think the Warriors, currently the hottest team in the league, would make quick work of the middling Heat. But if you only watched the first few minutes, you would think Miami was the two-time defending champion, not Golden State.
Before the Warriors even looked like they were aware that it was game night, the Heat held a 26-7 lead. They were putting it on the Warriors on both ends of the floor - the clamps were on defensively, the offense was flowing beautifully, and they were out-hustling the champs.
Hot Hot Hoops: GAMETHREAD: Miami Heat (25-28) @ Golden State Warriors (39-15)
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The Miami Heat visit the Golden State Warriors tonight in the third game of their current road trip, hoping to regroup after a frustrating loss to the Sacramento Kings.
The NBA champs are playing their best stretch of basketball so far this season and the Heat will have to fire on all cylinders to keep up with Golden State's firepower, and it still might not be enough.<strong>Tipoff: 8:30 p.m.</strong> <strong>TV: Sun Sports</strong> <strong>Radio: 790 AM, 106.</strong>
Golden State Of Mind: Warriors vs. Heat: Andre Iguodala out with hamstring injury
The Golden State Warriors are facing the Miami Heat tonight at Oracle Arena in what will likely be Dwyane Wade's last game in Oakland.
Unfortunately, Warriors veteran Andre Iguodala will miss out on Wade's last game as he will be out due to a tweaked hamstring, as head coach Steve Kerr described to reporters before the game.
With Iguodala out, Connor Letourneau of the S.F. Chronicle reported this afternoon that Kerr could be using a host of other reserves to fill his minutes.
With Iguodala out Sunday, Alfonzo McKinnie, Jonas Jerebko and Marcus Derrickson will be in line for more playing time.
Miami vs Golden State injuries and projected lineup.
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Golden State Warriors (67% consensus). The Golden State Warriors own the best record in the Western Conference and earned wins in 14 of the last 15 games, but occasional poor performances still haunt the team. The Warriors will look to bounce back from one such effort when they host the Miami Heat on Sunday... http://bit.ly/2iH7p7k
Official Site of the Heat: Miami HEAT at Golden State Warriors Game Preview
The Miami HEAT face the Golden State Warriors Sunday night at Oracle Arena. Tip-off is set for 8:30 PM, and television coverage is on FOX Sports Sun. You can also listen to the action live on 790 The Ticket.
1: What happened down the stretch in Sacramento?
Couper Moorhead: Their offense just sort of fell apart. Defensively the HEAT weren't very different in those final six minutes, only they were now defending possession upon possession after missing one of their own shots which allowed the Kings to get out and run. For most of the first half Miami was executing at its best, constantly forcing their opponent into long help rotations with their usual package of pick-and-rolls and handoffs.
Hot Hot Hoops: Game Preview: Struggling Heat visit red-hot Warriors
The Miami Heat suffered one of their most disappointing losses of the season when they let a big lead slip away in the fourth quarter against the Sacramento Kings on Friday. With a golden opportunity to go up 2-0 on their road trip wasted, the Heat must now visit the mighty Golden State Warriors on Sunday night in what could their toughest test yet this season.
Though the Heat still have a winning record at 14-12 on the road despite their latest loss, the Warriors are 20-7 at home and have won 14 of their last 15 games overall.
San Jose Mercury News: Live updates: Warriors vs. Heat, Sunday at 5:30 p.m.
Join us Sunday at 5:30 for live news and analysis from Oracle Arena when the streaking Warriors face the Miami Heat.
The Warriors (39-15), who needed to rally to beat the lowly Suns in Phoenix on Friday, hope to avoid falling into a hole when the Heat (25-28) come to town. Miami's Dwyane Wade is set to make his final regular season appearance in Oakland. The 13-time All-Star scored 15 points off the bench Friday in the Heat's 102-96 loss in Sacramento.
Golden State has won 14 of its last 15 games, but needed some inspired play to erase a 17-point first-half deficit against the Suns as Klay Thompson (team-high 25 points), Kevin Durant (21 points) and Stephen Curry (20 points) helped the Warriors turn things around.
San Jose Mercury News: Warriors-Heat cheatsheet: Dwyane Wade's last hurrah at Oracle Arena
OAKLAND - Heat star guard Dwyane Wade will play his final game at Oracle Arena Sunday night as the Warriors try to win their fourth straight win.
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When/Where: Oracle Arena, 5:30 p.m.
Heat projected starting lineup: Kelly Olynyk, Josh Richardson, Hassan Whiteside, Dion Waiters, Justise Winslow
Heat Stock Report: Despite holding the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference, the Heat are playing well defensively, allowing just 105.6 points per game, the third-lowest in the league.
The team is centered around guard Winslow (12.
Golden State Of Mind: Do Warriors have the motivation to cover 14.5-points against the Miami Heat?
The Golden State Warriors decided to play hard in the last few minutes at the Phoenix Suns, eking out a win against the worst team in the Western Conference playing without Devin Booker in a game that was neck and neck for three and a half quarters.
Now the Dubs return home as big favorites, hosting a Miami Heat team that has been wildly inconsistent this season.
Here we discuss the odds and analysis from a betting perspective.
When: Sunday, February 10th, 2019 at 5:30pm PST
Where: Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
TV: NBA TV, NBC Sports Bay Area
Line: Warriors -14.
Betting Prediction for Miami Heat vs Golden State Warriors on February 10, 2019, 8:30 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Golden State will WIN , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Under .
Winning their last three games by a combined 63 points, the Golden State Warriors return home to Oracle Arena to host a pesky Miami Heat squad. The Heat are coming off a tough loss in Sacramento but have been one of the best spread-bets on the road this season at 16-10 ATS in 26 games. They'll face a stiff test against the undisputed best team in the NBA and opened as 14.5-point underdogs with a total of 221.5. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2thKwwd
Statfox free betting prediction: 106 to 113. Total score: 219. Bet the under!
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