The Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets will face off Friday. The Heat is leading the Southeast division. The Heat have won eight of their past ten games, placing them second in the Eastern Conference. The Heat is scoring 111.4 points, and they are second with three with 37.8 percent. The Miami Heat team has players scoring double-digits led by Jimmy Butler, who averages 20.2 points per game.
Meanwhile, the Brooklyn Nets are fourth in the Atlantic Division standings and eighth in the Eastern Conference. Guard Kyrie Irving is still unable to play due to a shoulder injury, and there is no time table for his return. The Nets averaged 109.6 points and shot 43, o7 percent from the floor, and 32.8 percent from three. The Nets are led by Spencer Dinwiddie, who averaged 22.4 points per game with 5.4 rebounds and 6.2 assists this season.
My prediction for this match is that the Miami Heat team has a healthier roster than the Nets. The Heat team is in the momentum of their game while the Nets are suffering from player injuries. The Heat’s bench player is more profound than the Nets and has more solid rookie’s compared to the Nets.