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NBA : ATS Matchup
Thursday 4/19/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




PHILADELPHIA (53 - 31) at MIAMI (45 - 39)
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Thursday, 4/19/2018 7:05 PM
Eastern Conference - Round 1 - Best of 7 - Game 3 - Series tied at 1-1
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PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games53-31+5.349-3542-41110.056.747.1%55.6105.452.843.5%51.9
Road Games22-20+1.921-2123-19107.956.246.7%54.2107.454.544.5%51.1
Last 5 Games4-1+0.32-33-2118.660.047.7%61.0104.252.643.7%51.8
Playoff Games1-1-1.71-11-1116.549.044.5%58.5108.058.046.9%51.5
PHILADELPHIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)110.056.741-8747.1%11-3036.9%17-2375.2%561127228165
vs opponents surrendering106.353.540-8646.1%10-2936.3%17-2276.9%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)107.956.239-8446.7%11-3037.8%18-2475.1%541026238175
Stats Against (All Games)105.452.838-8743.5%10-2934.3%19-2674.5%521022208145
vs opponents averaging106.153.440-8646.0%11-2936.2%17-2276.8%511023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)107.454.539-8744.5%10-3034.7%20-2675.9%511022219146

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games45-39-3.742-3838-43103.552.545.5%51.3103.351.245.0%51.3
Home Games26-15-3.717-2218-21104.653.446.0%51.3102.651.045.3%49.5
Last 5 Games2-3-2.22-33-2104.653.044.4%54.4115.852.645.7%56.2
Playoff Games1-1+1.11-11-1108.058.046.9%51.5116.549.044.5%58.5
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)103.552.539-8545.5%11-3036.1%15-2075.5%51923208145
vs opponents surrendering106.653.740-8646.0%11-2936.1%17-2276.6%521023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)104.653.439-8646.0%11-3036.0%15-2076.0%511022208135
Stats Against (All Games)103.351.238-8445.0%10-2736.1%18-2378.2%51921198145
vs opponents averaging106.453.540-8646.0%10-2936.2%17-2276.7%521023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)102.651.038-8345.3%9-2636.5%18-2379.8%50920208144
Average power rating of opponents played: PHILADELPHIA 95.8,  MIAMI 94.8
PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/11/2018@ BROOKLYN120-97W-5.5W219U50-9552.6%56933-8538.8%5118
3/15/2018@ NEW YORK118-110W-9.5L218O41-9145.1%621445-8751.7%5212
3/22/2018@ ORLANDO118-98W-8W213O42-8947.2%641637-9140.7%5011
3/28/2018NEW YORK118-101W-13.5W223U45-9845.9%671236-9438.3%5816
3/30/2018@ ATLANTA101-91W-7.5W223U42-9544.2%591536-10135.6%6816
4/1/2018@ CHARLOTTE119-102W-2.5W222.5U48-9451.1%541433-8240.2%4916
4/4/2018@ DETROIT115-108W-1.5W217O44-8949.4%541339-8844.3%5417
4/10/2018@ ATLANTA121-113W-10L221.5O43-8749.4%681841-9841.8%5310
4/19/2018@ MIAMI              
4/21/2018@ MIAMI              

MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/12/2018@ PORTLAND99-115L6L208O39-9142.9%511138-8345.8%5612
3/14/2018@ SACRAMENTO119-123L-6.5L205.5O41-9941.4%611448-9451.1%5111
3/16/2018@ LA LAKERS92-91W2W221U36-9438.3%521132-7642.1%5820
3/21/2018NEW YORK119-98W-9.5W217P45-8155.6%42739-8943.8%5114
3/23/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY99-105L6T216.5U34-8739.1%511036-8442.9%6011
3/25/2018@ INDIANA107-113L3L205O41-8647.7%401744-9048.9%5817
4/4/2018@ ATLANTA115-86W-7W207U42-9444.7%621133-9036.7%5615
4/6/2018@ NEW YORK98-122L-7.5L207.5O35-8839.8%481345-8950.6%5712
4/9/2018OKLAHOMA CITY93-115L4.5L213U40-8746.0%541535-8143.2%529
4/14/2018@ PHILADELPHIA103-130L5.5L214O35-7844.9%501645-9547.4%6010
4/16/2018@ PHILADELPHIA113-103W6.5W217U40-8248.8%531540-9641.7%5714
4/24/2018@ PHILADELPHIA              
PHILADELPHIA: The Sixers haven't made the playoffs since 2012 but they have a legitimate chance to break that streak should Ben Simmons and rookie Markelle Fultz be able to produce and Joel Embiid find a way to remain healthy and productive. Philadelphia has two No. 3 overall picks in Embiid and Jahlil Okafor and two No. 1s in Simmons and Fultz to show for five losing seasons. Embiid, who has played only 31 games in three years and has yet to show he's durable enough to last a full season, will play under the expectation of the $148 million contract extension signed shortly before the season. He is clearly a difference maker and his health could ultimately determine whether the Sixers contend for a playoff spot or spend another year in the draft lottery.
MIAMI: Miami went 30-11 in the second half of last season, and kept the core of that team together after giving long-term deals to Dion Waiters and James Johnson, plus finding the space needed to pick up Wayne Ellington's option. Kelly Olynyk does some things in pick-and-roll situations that draw comparisons to what Chris Bosh used to do in Miami, and Justise Winslow's return to the rotation after an injury-plagued year may also help. The key to the team's success, however, is going to be the play of Goran Dragic, who found a new gear this past summer when he led his native Slovenia to its first European championship. He's a clear locker-room leader alongside 15-year veteran Udonis Haslem, and the Heat, who don't have a true backup point guard, need Dragic to be great if they're going to contend in the East.
Confident Heat host 76ers in Game 3

The Miami Heat went to Philadelphia to open their first-round series of the NBA playoffs, and coach Erik Spoelstra's team did what they always do.

Get a win after losing Game 1.

Miami ran its record to 7-0 in Game 2 contests after being down 1-0 in a series under Spoelstra by beating the 76ers 113-103 on Monday to even the series at 1-1, shifting home-court advantage to the No. 6-seeded Heat.

With the Heat returning to South Beach for Game 3 on Thursday in much better spirits than after Saturday's Game 1 drubbing, much of the credit for Miami's surge falls squarely on Dwyane Wade, who was discarded by the Cleveland Cavaliers in their run-up to the playoffs and gridded as the second-worst jump shooter in the NBA this season.

Wade outscored Philadelphia 21-20 in the final 15 minutes of the first half. Then, after a 21-7 run by the Sixers cut Miami's lead to a perilous two points, Spoelstra put Wade back on the court in the final minutes, and the Chicago native stepped through a portal and went back in time.

Wade stealthily swooped in on Dario Saric and hacked the ball away for a steal, then scored on a breakaway dunk. Wade then passed to a slashing James Johnson for a dunk on the next possession. Then came an offensive rebound that led to a jumper by Goran Dragic and, finally, Wade's own long shot -- a 23-foot dagger over Philly's star rookie Ben Simmons -- that iced the game.

Not too shabby for a 36-year-old near the end of his Hall of Fame career.

Wade's numbers completely belied his age. In 26 minutes off the bench, Wade totaled 28 points on 11-of-16 shooting, seven rebounds, three assists and two steals. He also posted a game-best plus-16 rating.

"I don't care what his numbers were anywhere else or all year long or at different times. He's (made) for these moments," said Spoelstra, whose team won a road game in their 19th straight series, dating to 2011.

Philadelphia was riding a 27-point blowout win in Game 1 and a 17-game winning streak, including 11 straight at home.

However, Wade proved to be too much for the Sixers to overcome. And coach Brett Brown knows his team, which has played both games without injured All-Star center Joel Embiid, must prepare for the energy and production Wade provides off the Heat bench.

"There was a rhythm and a calmness to his game like he didn't feel too much. And there was a real confidence the way he played to make those shots. That is classic Dwyane Wade," Brown said to the media after the loss.

"Dwyane's steal changed the game. If you were to pick one defining moment, one defining play, I think it was that."

Embiid, who is out with an orbital fracture, was frustrated by being kept out of the Sixers' lineup again, and a serious question remains if he will be able to play in Game 3.

He posted an Instagram story Monday saying he was "sick and tired of being babied," and the Heat's aggressive style and defense intensified without Embiid in the lineup.

"There's a way you have to play in the NBA playoffs from a toughness standpoint and a physicality standpoint, and that was shown tonight," Brown said of the Heat's effort in Game 2.

"To me, (this game was) the reality of NBA basketball, and it only gets harder. This game equals the NBA playoffs."

Last Updated: 3/21/2019 7:07:05 PM EST

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