Miami Heat versus San Antonio Spurs NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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Right about the time the Final Four teams have been set for next week in the NCAA Tournament there will be nationally televised NBA action from Eastern Sunday March 31st as the San Antonio Spurs will play host to Lebron James and the Miami Heat. The Heat and Spurs will get things started from San Antonio at 7:30PM Eastern Time and NBA TV will handle the broadcast.

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The current odds from this game at the Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home standing San Antonio Spurs favored by -1 ½ points with an over under line of 198 ½ points.

A look at the playoff race and we find the San Antonio leading by 2 games over the Oklahoma City Thunder with 10 games remaining. The Heat leads the Spurs for best record in the NBA with ten games left on the regular season schedule. The Heat’s run at history was cut short as the team dropped a 101-97 road game at the Chicago Bulls as a -6 ½ point favorite on the highway. LeBron James for Miami is having another MVP type of season as he averages 51% shooting from the field along with 40% shooting percentage from the three point line. A good sign that Miami has a great shot of repeating is in their very next game they held their good form as the travel into the Crescent City and defeat the New Orleans Hornets 108-89 and cover as a -7 ½ point betting favorite. The way in which they won proved that Miami still has their eye on the prize in mid-June as they shoot nearly 61% in victory and held the Hornets to just 89 points. San Antonio will host Miami off back to back wins against the LA Clippers and Denver Nuggets all on their home court. The team has won six of eight games and has won 32 of their 36 home games to date. An injury concern for San Antonio on Sunday as veteran guard Manu Ginobili will miss Sunday’s game with a hamstring issue he suffered in the Spurs 104-102 Friday night win against the Clippers.

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