This was supposed to be a swan song for likely retiring future Hall of Famer on the Miami Heat.
But the Heat have surprised NBA fans a bit with their stellar record and divisional success.
They also have been kind of basketball bettors at the window.
In particular, when the Miami Heat are on the road, especially as an underdog, they have brought back consistent profits for their backers.
Even as a home ‘dog, the Heat have been strong against the number.
When the Heat has been a road favorite, that hasn’t been a problem, either, as Miami often gets the money.
Miami has also been good ATS when facing non-divisional opponents.
And with two or three days’ rest, the Heat has also shown a profit for their backers.
Coming off a victory, Miami has been strong the next night out quite frequently, too.
There are only a few spots where bettors maybe can fade the Miami Heat and that’s when they are favored at home. That has not been a good role for the Heat of late.
Also, when the Heat are playing fellow divisional opponents, they have been a loser against the number for the most part.
A great spot to look to make money playing on Miami Heat games is when they are playing the second of a back-to-back.
Miami has a strong tendency to go OVER with no rest.
The Heat also go OVER more often than not when playing fellow divisional opponents.
And following a loss, the Heat tend to go OVER the total the next time out.
When the Heat are playing with 2 or more days’ rest, the tendency has been for the game to go UNDER the betting total the next time out.
Also, when Miami is coming off a win, it usually has a tendency to go UNDER in its next outing.
You can bet legally on the Miami Heat at sportsbooks in the United States in several states, including New Jersey, Nevada, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Mississippi.
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