Oklahoma City Thunder at Miami Heat Game 3 NBA Finals Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The scene will move to South Beach for game three of the best of seven NBA Finals series between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Miami Heat. The Thunder and Heat will begin from Miami at 8PM Eastern Time with ABC providing the national television telecast.

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The game three odds have the home team Miami Heat favored by -4 points with the total lined at 194 points.

The Miami Heat evened the NBA Finals are 1-1 following a 100-96 road win in game two against the Oklahoma City Thunder as a +5 ½ point underdog. The total came in right at the closing line of 196 points.

Just like game one the Miami Heat got off to a very good start and was outplayed in the second half. Fortunately for the Heat their 12 point halftime lead held up for the win as Oklahoma City cut the lead to two points in the closing seconds but the Heat were able to nail free throws late to extend to the 100-96 road win.

The big difference for Miami was the fact that Lebron James got help from his surrounding cast. After 30 points in game one James scored 32 points and grabbed eight rebounds. After a bad game one Dwyane Wade rebounded with 24 points and 10 of 20 shooting. Shane Battier played well in game one and followed up with another 17 point performance in game two. Battier has saved his best for last as the 17 points in game one and two were the most points he has posted in the playoffs. Chris Bosh was in the starting lineup and had 16 points and grabbed 15 boards for Miami in the win. Oklahoma City started slowly in the loss with just 15 first quarter points that saw the Thunder down 12 points. The Thunder’s big three carried the team with 80 of the team’s 96 points. After posting eight points with ten rebounds in game one reserve Nick Collison was held scoreless in defeat with three boards.

Oklahoma City is trending well in game three as the Thunder has covered the spread in seven of their past eight visits to Miami.

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