Betting On Miami Heat Online

Following a rough start to the season, the Miami Heat are back on track, having established themselves as one of the foremost second-tier threats in the Eastern Conference. This is all happening without Chris Bosh, mind you, who continues to deal with blood clot issues and has no timetable for a return to the court. While that begs to imply Miami’s recent success is unsustainable, they have all the pieces in place, especially after signing Joe Johnson, to remain one of the more reliable betting plays.  [+]

You’ll of course want to cool your jets on all championship and conference futures. The Heat are not the biggest roadblock standing between the Cleveland Cavaliers and another NBA Finals bid. That honor belongs to the Toronto Raptors, and then the Boston Celtics, before it does to the Heat.

But Miami has nonetheless earned attention as an everday spread-coverer, and its tenacious defense makes it an interesting under dice roll against any kind of opponet—bad offense, great offense and anywhere in between.

Miami Heat Next Regular Season Game

Steal a glance at the Heat’s next season matchup whenever you can. It will help you keep in tune with the spreads, moneyline and over/under odds right up until you place your bet. [+]

Highlighting the individual opponent themselves, meanwhile, will have you pin down what kind of research you’re looking to do.

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Miami Heat Game Schedule

Use this look at the Heat’s an entire schedule to map out your betting patterns. It’s useful when wagering on or against Miami in an inordinate number of ways. [+]

First, it lets you plan ahead. See which games appeal to you before they hit the aforementioned present-day matchup so that you can do the necessary matchup research in advance. Second, try to single out games in which you think Coach Spo might rest Wade. You’re looking for tail ends of back-to-backs and stretches where the Heat play four games in five nights or something. This isn’t to say Wade will always sit, but you’ll be able to make a mental or literal note of the risk, and then recheck the status quo as the game nears.

 

Lastly, this gives you an opportunity to look back at how the Heat have performed in the past, not only against particular opponents, but in all types of situations: home games, road games, back-to-backs, versus winnings teams, against losing teams, weekend matinees, etc. The more thorough you are in looking at the past, the more prepared you’ll be for future bets.

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September 2018 (1)
Sun 30 Miami Heat 100 - 104 Spurs
October 2018 (12)
Tue 2 Miami Heat 113 - 122 Hornets
Fri 5 Miami Heat 114 - 121 Wizards
Mon 8 Orlando Magic 89 - 90 Miami Heat
Wed 10 Pelicans 128 - 140 Miami Heat +155 -175
Fri 12 Atlanta Hawks 113 - 119 Miami Heat +170 -200
Wed 17 Reg. Miami Heat 101 - 104 Orlando Magic -130 +120
Thu 18 Reg. Miami Heat 113 - 112 Wizards +210 -227
Sat 20 Reg. Hornets 113 - 112 Miami Heat +155 -161
Wed 24 Reg. New York Knicks 87 - 110 Miami Heat +340 -345
Sat 27 Reg. Blazers 21:00 Miami Heat
Mon 29 Reg. Sacramento Kings 19:30 Miami Heat
Tue 30 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Hornets
November 2018 (14)
Sat 3 Reg. Miami Heat 19:30 Atlanta Hawks
Mon 5 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Detroit Pistons
Wed 7 Reg. Spurs 19:30 Miami Heat
Fri 9 Reg. Indiana Pacers 20:00 Miami Heat
Sat 10 Reg. Wizards 20:00 Miami Heat
Mon 12 Reg. Sixers 19:30 Miami Heat
Wed 14 Reg. Miami Heat 19:30 Brooklyn Nets
Fri 16 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Indiana Pacers
Sun 18 Reg. L.A. Lakers 18:00 Miami Heat
Tue 20 Reg. Brooklyn Nets 19:30 Miami Heat
Fri 23 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Chicago Bulls
Sun 25 Reg. Miami Heat 18:00 Toronto Raptors
Tue 27 Reg. Atlanta Hawks 19:30 Miami Heat
Fri 30 Reg. Pelicans 20:00 Miami Heat
December 2018 (14)
Sun 2 Reg. Utah Jazz 18:00 Miami Heat
Tue 4 Reg. Orlando Magic 19:30 Miami Heat
Fri 7 Reg. Miami Heat 21:00 Phoenix Suns
Sat 8 Reg. Miami Heat 22:30 L.A. Clippers
Mon 10 Reg. Miami Heat 22:30 L.A. Lakers
Wed 12 Reg. Miami Heat 21:00 Utah Jazz
Fri 14 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Grizzlies
Sun 16 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Pelicans
Thu 20 Reg. Houston Rockets 20:00 Miami Heat
Sat 22 Reg. Milwaukee Bucks 20:00 Miami Heat
Sun 23 Reg. Miami Heat 18:00 Orlando Magic
Wed 26 Reg. Toronto Raptors 19:30 Miami Heat
Fri 28 Reg. Cavaliers 20:00 Miami Heat
Sun 30 Reg. Wolves 18:00 Miami Heat
January 2019 (14)
Wed 2 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Cavaliers
Fri 4 Reg. Wizards 20:00 Miami Heat
Sun 6 Reg. Miami Heat 18:00 Atlanta Hawks
Tue 8 Reg. Denver Nuggets 19:30 Miami Heat
Thu 10 Reg. Boston Celtics 19:00 Miami Heat
Sat 12 Reg. Grizzlies 17:00 Miami Heat
Tue 15 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Milwaukee Bucks
Fri 18 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Detroit Pistons
Sat 19 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Chicago Bulls
Mon 21 Reg. Miami Heat 18:00 Boston Celtics
Wed 23 Reg. L.A. Clippers 19:30 Miami Heat
Fri 25 Reg. Miami Heat 19:30 Cavaliers
Sun 27 Reg. Miami Heat 19:30 New York Knicks
Wed 30 Reg. Chicago Bulls 19:30 Miami Heat
February 2019 (12)
Fri 1 Reg. Thunder 20:00 Miami Heat
Sat 2 Reg. Indiana Pacers 19:30 Miami Heat
Tue 5 Reg. Miami Heat 22:30 Blazers
Fri 8 Reg. Miami Heat 22:00 Sacramento Kings
Sun 10 Reg. Miami Heat 20:30 Warriors
Mon 11 Reg. Miami Heat 21:00 Denver Nuggets
Wed 13 Reg. Miami Heat 20:30 Dallas Mavericks
Thu 21 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Sixers
Sat 23 Reg. Detroit Pistons 19:30 Miami Heat
Mon 25 Reg. Phoenix Suns 19:30 Miami Heat
Wed 27 Reg. Warriors 19:30 Miami Heat
Thu 28 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Houston Rockets
March 2019 (15)
Sat 2 Reg. Brooklyn Nets 19:30 Miami Heat
Mon 4 Reg. Atlanta Hawks 19:30 Miami Heat
Wed 6 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Hornets
Fri 8 Reg. Cavaliers 20:00 Miami Heat
Sun 10 Reg. Toronto Raptors 15:30 Miami Heat
Wed 13 Reg. Detroit Pistons 19:00 Miami Heat
Fri 15 Reg. Milwaukee Bucks 20:00 Miami Heat
Sun 17 Reg. Hornets 13:00 Miami Heat
Mon 18 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Thunder
Wed 20 Reg. Miami Heat 20:30 Spurs
Fri 22 Reg. Miami Heat 20:30 Milwaukee Bucks
Sat 23 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Wizards
Tue 26 Reg. Orlando Magic 19:30 Miami Heat
Thu 28 Reg. Dallas Mavericks 19:30 Miami Heat
Sat 30 Reg. Miami Heat 19:30 New York Knicks
April 2019 (6)
Mon 1 Reg. Miami Heat 19:30 Boston Celtics
Wed 3 Reg. Boston Celtics 19:30 Miami Heat
Fri 5 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Wolves
Sun 7 Reg. Miami Heat 12:00 Toronto Raptors
Tue 9 Sixers 19:30 Miami Heat
Wed 10 Miami Heat 20:00 Brooklyn Nets

What Are The Current Miami Heat Standings

Take a look at the Heat’s place in the Eastern Conference standings. This, above all else, helps you keep track of Miami’s potential playoff opponents, which you’ll need if you plan to bet on Miami’s futures. [+]

Standings are also a helpful resource as a basis of information. If you see that the Heat are heavily favored or being given a ton of points in a certain matchup, you can check the NBA’s hierarchy, see where their opponent sits relative to the Heat, and then direct your research to the appropriate mediums from there.

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# team P W L + - %
1 Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Bucks 4 4 0 478 434 1.000
2 Detroit Pistons Detroit Pistons 4 4 0 464 451 1.000
3 Toronto Raptors Toronto Raptors 5 5 0 585 529 1.000
4 Indiana Pacers Indiana Pacers 5 3 2 551 510 0.600
5 Boston Celtics Boston Celtics 5 3 2 500 489 0.600
6 Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks 4 2 2 468 472 0.500
7 Miami Heat Miami Heat 4 2 2 436 416 0.500
8 Brooklyn Nets Brooklyn Nets 4 2 2 421 426 0.500
9 Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia 76ers 5 2 3 570 584 0.400
10 Charlotte Hornets Charlotte Hornets 5 2 3 561 552 0.400
11 Orlando Magic Orlando Magic 5 2 3 514 555 0.400
12 Washington Wizards Washington Wizards 4 1 3 472 498 0.250
13 Chicago Bulls Chicago Bulls 4 1 3 445 470 0.250
14 New York Knicks New York Knicks 5 1 4 532 551 0.200
15 Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Cavaliers 5 0 5 527 592 0
1 Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks 4 2 2 468 472 0.500
2 Miami Heat Miami Heat 4 2 2 436 416 0.500
3 Charlotte Hornets Charlotte Hornets 5 2 3 561 552 0.400
4 Orlando Magic Orlando Magic 5 2 3 514 555 0.400
5 Washington Wizards Washington Wizards 4 1 3 472 498 0.250
1 New Orleans Pelicans New Orleans Pelicans 3 3 0 396 350 1.000
2 Denver Nuggets Denver Nuggets 5 4 1 566 520 0.800
3 Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 5 4 1 597 548 0.800
4 Portland Trailblazers Portland Trailblazers 4 3 1 501 466 0.750
5 Memphis Grizzlies Memphis Grizzlies 4 2 2 398 409 0.500
6 Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks 4 2 2 459 477 0.500
7 San Antonio Spurs San Antonio Spurs 4 2 2 459 487 0.500
8 Utah Jazz Utah Jazz 4 2 2 430 422 0.500
9 L.A. Clippers L.A. Clippers 4 2 2 430 427 0.500
10 L.A. Lakers L.A. Lakers 5 2 3 628 622 0.400
11 Sacramento Kings Sacramento Kings 5 2 3 586 610 0.400
12 Minnesota Timberwolves Minnesota Timberwolves 5 2 3 581 578 0.400
13 Houston Rockets Houston Rockets 4 0 3 437 461 0.250
14 Phoenix Suns Phoenix Suns 4 1 3 428 473 0.250
15 Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City Thunder 4 0 4 407 448 0
1 New Orleans Pelicans New Orleans Pelicans 3 3 0 396 350 1.000
2 Memphis Grizzlies Memphis Grizzlies 4 2 2 398 409 0.500
3 Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks 4 2 2 459 477 0.500
4 San Antonio Spurs San Antonio Spurs 4 2 2 459 487 0.500
5 Houston Rockets Houston Rockets 4 0 3 437 461 0.250
1 Denver Nuggets Denver Nuggets 5 4 1 566 520 0.800
2 Portland Trailblazers Portland Trailblazers 4 3 1 501 466 0.750
3 Utah Jazz Utah Jazz 4 2 2 430 422 0.500
4 Minnesota Timberwolves Minnesota Timberwolves 5 2 3 581 578 0.400
5 Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City Thunder 4 0 4 407 448 0
1 Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Bucks 4 4 0 478 434 1.000
2 Detroit Pistons Detroit Pistons 4 4 0 464 451 1.000
3 Indiana Pacers Indiana Pacers 5 3 2 551 510 0.600
4 Chicago Bulls Chicago Bulls 4 1 3 445 470 0.250
5 Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Cavaliers 5 0 5 527 592 0
1 Toronto Raptors Toronto Raptors 5 5 0 585 529 1.000
2 Boston Celtics Boston Celtics 5 3 2 500 489 0.600
3 Brooklyn Nets Brooklyn Nets 4 2 2 421 426 0.500
4 Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia 76ers 5 2 3 570 584 0.400
5 New York Knicks New York Knicks 5 1 4 532 551 0.200
1 Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 5 4 1 597 548 0.800
2 L.A. Clippers L.A. Clippers 4 2 2 430 427 0.500
3 L.A. Lakers L.A. Lakers 5 2 3 628 622 0.400
4 Sacramento Kings Sacramento Kings 5 2 3 586 610 0.400
5 Phoenix Suns Phoenix Suns 4 1 3 428 473 0.250

Don’t Bank On Chris Bosh Boosting The Heat’s Title Chances

Chris Bosh hasn’t played for the Heat since the All-Star break, and while the team is thriving in his absence, lending merit to the belief that he could improve their conference and title chances upon return, don’t expect his return to buttress a surprisingly dominant postseason push.

You shouldn’t even be expecting his return this season, or anytime soon. The Heat have been reluctant to comment on his immediate future, even after Bosh has stated his goal is to make a return this year. Blood clots are fickle. Bosh appears in good spirits and is back to working out, but playing NBA basketball, in real time, is a different animal. The Heat might hold him out the rest of the season just as a precautionary measure, since Bosh has now been unable to avoid this condition for two straight seasons.

If he does return, though, you have to account for his learning. He’ll need to get his game legs back because it’s been so long since he played. He’ll also need to acclimate himself to a different system, one that’s prided on speed and running small.

Fast-paced basketball might not suit him at this stage of his career. More than that, with Joe Johnson soaking up time as a small-ball 4, Coach Spo will need to find a way to stagger Hassan Whiteside’s and Bosh’s minutes. Even with his shooting, Bosh is best suited at the 5 these days, just like Whiteside, who doesn’t space the floor.  

Holster all desires to bet on the Heat’s conference and championship chances solely because they’re good and Bosh, in theory, should make them better. There’s no guarantee he plays again this season, nor is it a lock that he’ll significantly bolster the Heat’s model if he does. You’ll also want to table all futures bets for this reason. Bosh’s long-term health needs to be figured out, and the Heat have a ton of players entering free agency in Dwyane Wade, Luol Deng, Hassan Whiteside and Johnson. There is no incentive to jumping on win total, conference or championship bets for next season when the Heat’s core could disband overnight.

Miami Heat Betting Tips

Try to prolong your daily bets on the Heat as long as possible. Wagering early will get you the best odds, but head coach Erik Spoelstra likes to rest his guys, specifically Dwyane Wade, whenever he feels the need. A bet you make in the morning or early afternoon could look bad later in the day if Goran Dragic, Johnson or Wade is given the night off.

If you know it’s a situation where the Heat won’t be resting anyone, then yes, as always, pull the trigger as soon as you’ve made a decision. The best way to find out as soon as possible is social media, most notably Twitter. Sign up for an account and follow the appropriate Heat beat reporters and NBA insiders. They’ll generally have the lowdown long before anything is made official or, most importantly, reflected in that night’s lines. 

Failing the use of Twitter, simple internet searches for “NBA injury reports” will turn up all you need. Searching that specific player, such as Bosh or Wade, when you know they’re coping with an injury is also a surefire way to stay ahead of the rest and ensure that your bets are not only as timely as possible, but as informed as the natural flow of intelligence. allows.

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