This NBA Playoff betting matchup can be seen on TNT television on Saturday.
NBA Playoffs odds favor the Heat on Saturday, mainly because of Dwyane Wade. He had 33 points on Wednesday in the Hawks 108-93 win that evened the series. This NBA Playoffs betting series has not been competitive in the first two games as the Hawks won in a rout in Game 1 while the Heat won by 15 points in Game 2. When Wade is on his game the Heat are very tough to beat and he was great in Game 2. "He set the tone," Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said. "Before I came out to talk to the team, right before the game, there was some joking and laughing in the locker room and I heard him tell everybody to shut up and get their minds on the game."
Wade led the league in scoring this season and it was easy to see why in Game 2 of this NBA Playoffs odds series. "I've been feeling it coming, feeling it coming," Wade said. "I didn't see nothing but the basket, and it was getting bigger and bigger." Wade also had plenty of help in Game 2 of this NBA Playoffs betting series as Daequan Cook scored 20 points, while Jermaine O'Neal scored 19 points.
Last year in NBA Playoffs odds the Hawks didn’t win a game on the road and if that trend continues they are in trouble against Miami. History is against the Hawks as NBA Playoffs odds stats indicate. The Hawks are just 2-8 in their last 10 games at Miami as NBA Playoffs odds numbers show. NBA Playoffs odds information tells us that the Heat won 95-79 at home back in January as a three point favorite. The Heat are a similar favorite in NBA Playoffs odds for this game on Saturday.
Five of the last seven games between Atlanta and Miami have gone under the total as NBA Playoffs betting stats indicate. That could happen again in NBA Playoffs odds for Game 3.
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