Looking to win big? The Nets and Heat face off at 7:30 ET on BSSU. The Heat are hosting the game at Kaseya Center in Miami, FL. The over/under line for this matchup is currently at 222.5 points, and the Heat are favored to win at home against the Nets.


The Pick: Brooklyn Nets +6

This game will be played at Kaseya Center at 7:30 ET on Wednesday, November 1st.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 107-102 in favor of the Heat.
  • Our projections have Jimmy Butler finishing with Jimmy Butler points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists.
  • From the field, we have the Heat finishing with a field goal percentage of 48.8% and knocking down 12 threes.

Does Brooklyn Have a Shot at a Road Win?

Brooklyn is coming off a recent victory against the Charlotte Hornets, with a final score of 133-121. This win helped the Nets achieve a 1-2 overall record.

Leading the Nets against the Hornets, Cam Thomas emerged as Brooklyn’s top scorer with 33 points, followed by Mikal Bridges who contributed 24 points and 7 rebounds, securing his position as the second leading scorer.

On offense, the Brooklyn Nets had a possessions/pace of 103.17 in their most recent game against the Charlotte Hornets. They managed to achieve a field goal percentage of 56.3% and a three-point shooting rate of 12/33.

Brooklyn’s defense is coming off a game where they recorded 13 turnovers forced and 8 shots blocked, but also allowed 121 points. Notably, their defensive performance showcased success in forcing turnovers and blocking shots, while also limiting the Hornets to a 56.3% field goal percentage.

Can the Heat Pull Out the Win as Home Favorites?

Miami is coming off a loss in their previous game against the Bucks with a score of 122-114, resulting in a 1-3 overall record. Despite being the underdog with a spread of +7.5, Miami failed to cover the spread and lost by 8 points.

Miami’s leading scorer was Tyler Herro, who scored 35 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists for the Heat against the Bucks. In contrast, Duncan Robinson contributed 15 points, 1 rebound, and 1 assist.

Miami is coming off a game where they had a 95% success rate in free throw shooting, making 19 out of 20 attempts. In field goal shooting, they had a 47.7% success rate, making 41 out of 86 shots, including 13 out of 34 three point shots for a 38.2% success rate.

On defense vs. the Bucks, Miami’s defense achieved 7 steals, 33 defensive rebounds, and allowed 122 points. Additionally, the Heat forced 14 turnovers and blocked 2 shots during the contest.