Miami Heat will face the Philadelphia 76ers on May 4 at the FTX Arena in Miami. You will know when, where, and how to watch the Heat vs 76ers match, along with odds and predictions.
In Game 1, the Miami Heat proved to be a more dominant squad than the Sixers. Despite being down by one point at halftime, Miami rallied back to win 106-92 over a Sixers team with many offensive and defensive flaws. Tyler Herro scored 25 points off the bench, while Bam Adebayo had 24 points and 12 rebounds.
With a 97-94 victory over the Atlanta Hawks, Miami escaped with a win. The Heat’s primary playmakers were center Bam Adebayo and shooting guard Victor Oladipo, with the former posting a double-double of 20 points and 11 rebounds and the latter scoring 23 points.
Thursday, the Sixers’ game against the Toronto Raptors was close at halftime, but the 76ers put on a show in the second half, scoring 70 points. On the road, Philadelphia defeated Toronto by a 132-97. Philadelphia had taken a 99-78 lead before the end of the third quarter.
When is Miami Heat vs. Philadelphia 76ers?
- Date: The match will be held on Monday, May 4
- Time: The match will start at 7:30 p.m. ET
- Venue: The match will occur at the FTX Arena in Miami.
So, this is a home match for Miami.
How to Watch Miami Heat vs. Philadelphia 76ers?
TNT will be showing the Miami Heat vs Philadelphia 76ers match in the USA. You will have to get a cable TV subscription to the channel. TSN will broadcast this match in Canada. So, if you are an NBA fan from there, subscribe to the channel right now. Fox Sports Sun will telecast the game in the Miami region. NBC Sports Philadelphia has the exclusive right to show the match for the people of the Philadelphia region.
Sling TV will show the live stream of the Miami Heat vs Philadelphia 76ers match on their channel. Sling is the best place to watch plenty of sports in one place. The subscription cost is also affordable, only $35 for a month. You will also get a free trial option in this.
Philadelphia 76ers injury news:
|Charles Bassey||Questionable||Right shoulder soreness|
|Joel Embiid||Out||Facial fracture|
Miami Heat Injury News:
|Kyle Lowry||Out||Left hamstring strain|
|Jimmy Butler||Questionable||Right knee inflammation|
|Tyler Herro||Questionable||Chest; respiratory illness|
|P.J. Tucker||Questionable||Right calf strain|
|Markieff Morris||Questionable||Chest; respiratory illness|
|Caleb Martin||Questionable||Left ankle sprain|
|Max Strus||Questionable||Right hamstring strain|
|Philadelphia 76ers||+8.5 (-110)||+330||Over 207.5 (-110)|
|Miami Heat||-8.5 (-110)||-420||Under 207.5 (-110)|
Heat vs. 76ers Prediction:
With Kyle Lowry and Joel Embiid out, these two teams are more evenly matched than Game 1’s score indicated. Of course, Miami is the better team and deserves to be the favorites, but they rode their luck in the first game. For most of Game 1, the Sixers were in contention. While the Jordan minutes make it tough to back them on the money line, they can cover this spread with a bit of improved outside shooting. Tyrese Maxey should be more effective than on Monday, and Niang should make a few more field goals.
Prediction: Philadelphia 76ers will win the match.