Spurs versus Heat Not Exactly a Finals Rematch This Season

March 30, 2015 NBA Basketball

player laying up basketball during gameAs the NBA 2014-15 Season winds down and the teams are all looking at their possibilities of making this year’s playoffs, those that Bet on NBA at an Offshore sportsbook or other avenues, they also need to watch their teams and the possibilities of them making the finals.

Thus tomorrow evening we have the San Antonio Spurs 47-16 (6th Western Conference) playing the Miami Heat 34-39 (7th Eastern Conference) with the game being played at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida and tip-off is planned for 8 PM ET.

In the Spurs of San Antonio’s latest home game they had an additional win with their back to back against the Mavericks and the Grizzlies. During their latest win streak they managed to outscore the Grizzlies, Thunder and the Mavericks

Thus on Tuesday the last day of March 2015 San Antonio desires to continue their winning ways as they take the road to play the Heat of Miami in south Florida.

If you are a betting fanatic, surely you are aware the Spurs of San Antonio have increased the win stretch to 3 games with that last win on this past Sunday 102-88 over the Grizzlies of Memphis. San Antonio is not just a half a game behind Portland for the 5th place in their conference. In their last game they were with 5 team members that were in double digits in the statistics.

In the Spurs last game their MVP player Leonard had 25 points in that game while making 10 rebounds of the boards as the amazing San Antonio in their last 16 games has won 13 of same. In their 1st game with the Heat, Leonard had 23 points in their win over Miami on the 6th of Feb. 2015 and last season in the 5 games they played with the Heat he averaged 17.9 points in each of those match-ups, while he became the youngest finalist for an a MVP player dating back to 1999 season. For your information in the last 6 games away San Antonio was 4-2 against the spread and straight up.

For the Heat fans who have long missed LeBron the Miami team on Sunday it seems remembered what it was like to win as they overcame the Pistons of Detroit and won the game 108-101 by 7 points, and that was very important since they just came off a 3 game loss streak in a 4 game series. This 2014-15 seasons Wade has been a key player, as he is the team leader in points per game and assists per game also. In this game even more will be expected from Wade as one of their key players will likely be out of this game with a knee injury.

With the Heat having injury problems they still feel they can get past the Spurs in this match-up on Tuesday night. Why, well because lately against San Antonio in their ultimate seven games they won 5 of same and the only negative is their record against teams with winning records, as Miami in the last 26 games against those winning teams has only won 10 games.

The Heat of Miami in their last regular season games on home court they are 8-2 against the spread as well as straight up in those games. The media experts look at the Spurs to beat the Heat 105-88.

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