The Miami Heat will head to Cleveland to face an Eastern Conference foe on Thursday. Off to a 4-6 record, the Cavaliers have been a little better of late.
The Miami Heat head into Cleveland on Thursday fresh off of a much-needed home win against the Detroit Pistons. With the Pistons coming into South Beach on the second night of a back to back set for them, it was bound to be an off night for the Bad Boys of Detroit.
An off-night it was, or at least it seemed that way as the Miami Heat led from start to finish, never really leaving the game in doubt. The Heat won the game going away by a score of 117-108, but it really wasn’t as close as the final score might indicate.
They were without Justise Winslow for the third game in a row due to him being in the concussion protocol, but they look to get him back on Thursday against the Cavs, as he doesn’t appear to still be listed on the injury report. Other than the return of injured players, here are a few more things to look out for in Thursday’s game.
Can Kendrick Nunn continue to build back off of Tuesday’s performance?
Can Goran Dragic keep up his hot shooting?
Can this Heat team continue to keep up their pace, remaining near the top of the Eastern Conference standings?
*UPDATE: Although not listed on the injury report, reports seem to indicate that Justise Winslow is still out with concussion related issues and will not play Thursday against the Cavaliers.
Miami Heat gambling & odds vs Cleveland Cavaliers
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How To Watch/Listen
Date: November 14, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM EST
Location: Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
TV: Fox Sports Sun(locally), Fubo.tv
Radio: WAXY 790 AM WAQI 710 AM
PG- Kendrick Nunn
SG- Jimmy Butler
SF- Duncan Robinson
PF- Bam Adebayo
PG- Collin Sexton
SG- Darius Garland
SF- Cedi Osman
PF- Kevin Love
C- Tristan Thompson