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MIAMI (5 - 8) at BROOKLYN (6 - 8)
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Wednesday, 11/14/2018 7:35 PM
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MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games5-8-8.65-810-3110.855.744.1%58.5111.656.245.2%55.5
Road Games2-3-1.42-34-1113.057.043.4%57.6115.861.046.9%58.2
Last 5 Games2-3-1.82-34-1108.257.044.0%55.4110.653.644.2%58.8
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)110.855.739-8944.1%12-3337.4%20-2771.9%591223247167
vs opponents surrendering111.656.341-9045.7%12-3235.6%18-2476.5%551124237156
Team Stats (Road Games)113.057.040-9343.4%12-3335.9%20-2773.7%581423257166
Stats Against (All Games)111.656.240-8945.2%11-3037.4%20-2872.5%551122257136
vs opponents averaging110.655.341-9045.3%11-3134.6%18-2476.8%541023227146
Stats Against (Road Games)115.861.042-9046.9%10-2934.9%22-3072.0%581225278158

BROOKLYN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games6-8+0.77-76-7109.153.545.1%52.3110.154.246.1%55.6
Home Games3-2+1.62-33-2114.854.447.2%53.8112.055.245.4%53.2
Last 5 Games3-2+3.63-22-3110.252.843.8%51.0105.051.647.2%57.0
BROOKLYN Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)109.153.540-8945.1%13-3536.5%16-2270.8%521224237145
vs opponents surrendering11156.541-8846.3%11-3234.7%19-2576.5%531024228145
Team Stats (Home Games)114.854.443-9147.2%14-3439.5%16-2172.9%541225266144
Stats Against (All Games)110.154.240-8746.1%9-2535.5%21-2679.5%561221217145
vs opponents averaging11055.740-8945.4%11-3134.6%18-2476.9%541123238155
Stats Against (Home Games)112.055.239-8545.4%10-3132.5%24-3178.2%531219218135
Average power rating of opponents played: MIAMI 94.3,  BROOKLYN 95.1
MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/17/2018@ ORLANDO101-104L-2.5L207.5U38-9739.2%651639-9441.5%6712
10/18/2018@ WASHINGTON113-112W6W215O38-9739.2%691638-8146.9%5214
10/24/2018NEW YORK110-87W-8W218U39-8148.1%621433-9136.3%5212
10/30/2018@ CHARLOTTE113-125L3.5L221O41-8747.1%411544-8154.3%5114
11/3/2018@ ATLANTA118-123L-5.5L225.5O41-8647.7%491646-8852.3%4916
11/5/2018@ DETROIT120-115W2.5W219.5O44-9844.9%641743-10441.3%7220
11/7/2018SAN ANTONIO95-88W-1W216.5U36-9338.7%691331-9433.0%5712
11/14/2018@ BROOKLYN              
11/16/2018@ INDIANA              
11/18/2018LA LAKERS              
11/23/2018@ CHICAGO              
11/25/2018@ TORONTO              
11/30/2018NEW ORLEANS              

BROOKLYN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/17/2018@ DETROIT100-103L6W213U40-8248.8%511739-9242.4%5414
10/19/2018NEW YORK107-105W-4L221.5U37-7549.3%602239-9740.2%413
10/20/2018@ INDIANA112-132L8L214.5O41-8647.7%522051-9255.4%5010
10/24/2018@ CLEVELAND102-86W2.5W225.5U38-8743.7%511434-8938.2%5715
10/26/2018@ NEW ORLEANS115-117L9.5W232P43-9843.9%661844-9844.9%5411
10/28/2018GOLDEN STATE114-120L9.5W227.5O42-8748.3%471544-8949.4%5112
10/29/2018@ NEW YORK96-115L1L215U34-8440.5%361045-9248.9%6813
11/6/2018@ PHOENIX104-82W-2W220.5U41-9244.6%571028-8134.6%5620
11/9/2018@ DENVER112-110W8.5W215O36-8840.9%57840-8746.0%6512
11/10/2018@ GOLDEN STATE100-116L8L223.5U36-7746.8%461446-8355.4%4410
11/12/2018@ MINNESOTA113-120L4.5L226.5O40-10139.6%471342-8052.5%6423
11/16/2018@ WASHINGTON              
11/17/2018LA CLIPPERS              
11/20/2018@ MIAMI              
11/21/2018@ DALLAS              
MIAMI: LAST SEASON: 44-38, lost in Eastern Conference first round.
COACH: Erik Spoelstra (11th season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Goran Dragic (17.3 ppg), G Tyler Johnson (11.7 ppg), F Josh Richardson (12.9 ppg), F Kelly Olynyk (11.5 ppg), C Hassan Whiteside (14.0 ppg).
PLAYERS TO WATCH: It's the final season for Dwyane Wade, who is still going to be a vital piece of the puzzle if Miami is going to have success this season. Whiteside needs to return to past form, after a frustrating 2017-18 season where he was dogged by injuries.
OUTLOOK: The Heat brought back virtually the same team, with the exception of some new players on two-way deals. It speaks to a few things ' how they didn't have much financial flexibility this summer with so many players under long-term contracts, but also a belief that if healthy Miami can compete in an East that no longer has LeBron James. That being said, the health concerns are already evident in how Dion Waiters won't be ready to return for several more weeks while he continues rehabbing his surgically repaired ankle and James Johnson missed the preseason while recovering from hernia surgery.
BROOKLYN: LAST SEASON: 28-54, missed playoffs.
COACH: Kenny Atkinson (third season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G D'Angelo Russell (15.5 ppg), G Allen Crabbe (13.2 ppg), F DeMarre Carroll (13.5 ppg), F Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, (13.9 ppg), C Jarrett Allen (8.2 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G Jeremy Lin
KEY ADDITIONS: F Ed Davis, G Shabazz Napier, F Jared Dudley, F Kenneth Faried PLAYER TO WATCH: Russell was averaging 20.9 points through 12 games before hurting his knee last season and couldn't get back to that level once he returned. Nets need the No. 2 pick in the 2015 draft to have more than just a good short stretch and become a consistent point guard across an entire season
OUTLOOK: The Nets made an eight-win improvement last season that was bettered only by Philadelphia among Eastern Conference teams. They believe the players they acquired in free agency will improve their weaknesses in defense and rebounding and help them make even more strides in 2018-19.
Nets get good news on LeVert injury, but he'll be out vs, Heat

NEW YORK -- It was a seemingly routine defensive play when Caris LeVert jumped to contest a layup attempt by Josh Okogie on Monday night in Minnesota during the final seconds before halftime.

Then it turned into a serious leg injury and one that appeared to be season-ending. On Tuesday, the Nets received the best possible news when team orthopedist Dr. Martin O'Malley diagnosed LeVert with a subtalar dislocation of the right foot.

LeVert will not play Wednesday when the Nets return from a four-game road trip and host the Miami Heat, but Brooklyn can feel relieved about the diagnosis.

The Nets did not release an approximate timeline of LeVert's rehab but said he will not require surgery.

"Fortunately, tests performed this morning revealed that there are no fractures and only moderate ligament damage," said Dr. O'Malley, who also performed LeVert's foot surgery in March 2016. "While the optics of this injury may have appeared to be more severe, surgery will not be required.

"Caris will begin a period of rehabilitation with the Nets' performance staff, following which he is expected to return to full strength and resume all basketball activities without any limitations this season."

It's a far better outcome to what unfolded Monday when LeVert's leg appeared to bend in a gruesome way and he exited the court on a wheelchair. LeVert was taken to a nearby hospital in Minnesota and flew back to New York with the team.

LeVert is averaging a career-best 18.4 points, has seven games with 20 points and is the only player in the league this season to convert multiple game-winning baskets with less than 10 seconds remaining in regulation or overtime. While he recovers, the Nets will count on various other players to compensate for his absence from a production standpoint.

"I just think it's a devastating blow for us, for him. That's all I really want to say about this," Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson said. "Our thoughts should be with him and his recovery. And I really don't want to talk about the game or anything else."

Nets forward Joe Harris said, "There were really just no words. We didn't talk even when we came in at halftime. There's nothing really to be said. You could just feel it, the emotions from everybody. Guys were crying coming in, it was really that horrific just to see."

D'Angelo Russell scored a season-high 31 points while hitting nine 3-pointers in Monday's 120-113 loss at Minnesota. Russell is Brooklyn's second leading scorer at 16.8 points per game and could be joined by Spencer Dinwiddie in the starting backcourt.

Dinwiddie scored 14 points Monday and is Brooklyn's third highest scorer at 13.9 points per game. Last year, he and Russell started 17 games together and this year they have been on the floor at the same time for 112 minutes.

Miami (7-8) is below .500 through 13 games for the third straight season. The Heat are on a three-game losing streak and have lost six of their last eight games.

The latest loss was a 124-114 setback to the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday when the Heat got called for 30 fouls. It was their second highest total of the season and Miami also committed 15 turnovers, marking the 10th time it committed at least 15 turnovers.

Miami is allowing 111.6 points per game and 45.1 percent shooting. In the last eight games, the Heat are allowing 114 points on 47 percent shooting.

"It's time. It's definitely time to start looking in the mirror," Heat guard Josh Richardson told reporters after Monday's game. "It shouldn't have gotten to this point, but it's definitely time to start cracking down and problem-solving."

Goran Dragic led Miami with 22 points after going scoreless Saturday against Washington. Richardson added 17 points and is averaging 22 points in his last six games.

A common theme from Miami's three-game skid is allowing big runs in the fourth quarter. On Monday, the Heat allowed an 11-1 run. On Saturday, it allowed an 11-0 run and on Friday it allowed Indiana to score the final 12 points.

"Learn from this pain," Miami coach Erik Spoelstra told reporters. "Pain and the experience of that pain can be a great teacher. I know everyone in that locker room is feeling that pain. We have been in a lot of these close games and we will find a way to get better."

Before Brooklyn's 111-87 win in Miami on Dec. 29, the Heat had won the last six meetings and 11 of the previous 12.

Last Updated: 5/25/2019 8:45:35 AM EST

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