Milwaukee Bucks at Miami Heat Preview

Play time: 7:30 p.m., ET

Television: TNT, Bally Sun Sports

Bet line: Heat +2

VITALS: : The Heat and Bucks met three times this regular season, and Milwaukee won the series 2-1. The HEAT are 71-47 all-time against the Bucks during the regular season, including 37-21 in home games and 34-26 in street games. Additionally, the teams enter this postseason after facing each other twice in the playoffs. Miami won both series, 4-0 in the 2013 first round and 4-1 last season in the Eastern Conference semifinals … Guard Kendrick Nunn has scored a three-point field goal in his last six games in a row … The Bucks’ 34-point win in Game 2 was the fourth largest in playoff history and the third largest home playoff win of all time … For The Heat, Victor Oladipo (knee) is out.


G Duncan Robinson

G Kendrick Nunn

100 Sam Adebayo

F Jimmy Butler

F Trevor Ariza


G Jrue Holiday

G Donte DiVincenzo

C Brook Lopez

F Khris Middleton

F Giannis Antetokounmpo


Heat forward Duncan Robinson: “Obviously after you drop the first two the sense of urgency increases in Game 3. Look at the story or just the fact that we have a good team in our homeland and we have the opportunity to play in it in front of a packed place. The urgency is high. In the playoffs, everything feels like a must in many cases. We definitely prepare the way it is, that’s for sure. “

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