On Monday, the Golden State Warriors (28-7 SU, 22-11-2 ATS) play host to the Miami Heat (23-14, 20-17) at Chase Center in a matchup between two of the NBA’s hottest teams. The Warriors have won four of their past five games while the Heat have won all six of their NBA betting games.
The Warriors opened as 8-point home favorites against the Pelicans, with the total set at 218.5 points at the best Miami online betting sites. In their last six meetings, the OVER is 5-1. Golden State is 4-1 ATS in its past five games, while Miami is 1-4 ATS in its past five.
On Sunday, the Miami Heat lost to the Sacramento Kings by a score of 115-113. With six seconds left, Tyler Herro committed a costly foul on De’Aaron Fox, giving him an easy two points from the charity stripe.The game was tied at the end of it. Jimmy Butler tried to make a shot, but he missed and the Kings won.
The Heat defeated the Mavericks, 116-112, with a balanced attack. Hassan Herro and Omer Yurtseven scored 22 points each for the Heat, who had a double-double by Yurtsehning 16 rebounds. In defeat, Butler tallied 21 points.
PJ Tucker, Gabe Vincent, Marcus Garrett, Duncan Robinson and Max Strus are all questionable for Monday’s game. Markieff Morris has a neck injury and Dewayne Dedmon has knee pain. KZ Okpala has a wrist injury.
On Saturday, the Golden State Warriors beat the Utah Jazz 123-116 in their most recent game. Steph Curry scored 28 points while Andrew Wiggins had 25 in his second game back from health and safety procedures.
The top team has returned to full health, with Wiggins’ return to the lineup and Draymond Green (health and safety procedures) being allowed to play on Monday, making them nearly unstoppable.According to ESPN, Wiggins is averaging 22.2 points and 5.2 rebounds per game this season; Curry is scoring at a rate of 27.7 points per game – the highest mark of his career – while Green has emerged as an interior force who can also shoot from distance (20 percent 3-point percentage).
On Monday, Damion Lee (health and safety standards) is expected to return.
The Miami Heat are going up against a tough opponent in the Golden State Warriors, but they do have an excellent defense themselves, giving up just 103.6 points per game – third-best in the NBA. It’s a tall order, but if Miami can somehow stop Klay Thompson, who has scored 20 or more points in seven straight games, they may keep this one close. If they can’t stop Curry, the only way to keep Wiggins quiet is to silence him.
Things are looking up for the Golden State Warriors, who are largely healthy and facing a season without Kevin Durant.With the league’s top online basketball betting defense and the sixth-ranked offense, there aren’t many weak spots in Golden State’s game. The rested Warriors should be able to overcome a weary Heat squad on back-to-back nights.