The Heat and Bucks have just one night off once again before the teams play Game 3 in Milwaukee. Miami were able to win the first two games of the series at home by double-digits. Find NBA playoff odds at Oddsmaker sportsbook.
The Heat (2-0) are well on their way to defeating the Bucks are moving one step closer to their goal of another NBA Title. Miami has won both games by double-digits after they beat the Bucks by 12 in Game 2. Dwyane Wade led the charge for Miami with 21 points on 8 of 14 shooting from the field. Wade also had seven rebounds on Tuesday night. LeBron James had 19 points, eight rebounds and six assists in 39 minutes and continues to play great all-around games in the playoffs. Chris Anderson, who can be more well known for his tattoos, scored 10 points and fought for six tough rebounds in just 12 minutes off the bench.
The Bucks (0-2) are going to have to play four terrific games in a row to fulfill Brandon Jennings’ guarantee that stated the Bucks would defeat the Heat in six games. They have not really put any pressure on the Heat so far, despite only being down three points heading into the fourth quarter. Jennings had just eight points on 3-15 shooting in a Game 2 he would like to soon forget.
The Heat and the Bucks each split a game against the spread so far this series.
Before the series began, I had the Heat winning in four and, at the most, five games. The one game the Bucks could win would be at home. This could be a good chance for a win but I don’t see it. The Heat win on the road with sportsbook betting.