Tonight, its going to be Miami Heat vs Atlanta Hawks.
With Hakeem Olajuwon on Lebron's camp, the King's low-post game has improved and made him a bit more difficult to defend. Add up the Miami's running offense, all with good health, Miami is no doubt the best team in the lead.
Tonight, they'll be facing Atlanta Hawks. You can watch the game live at ESPN and Balls. You can catch it live too here at Real Sports Online.
Heat are all 49-40 all-time versus the Hawks, but are 17-27 in games played at Atlanta. A victory tonight would give the squad a 21-7 record, tying its best 28-game start in franchise history. Offensively, the team is averaging 102.9 points per game, which is second most in the league.
Atlanta has won its last two games and has gone "under" the total of six of seven games contest. Atlanta is 4-6 ATS as a home underdog of 3.5-6 points the two-plus seasons.
The Hawks enter with a 9-4 home record, which includes a 7-2 mark versus Eastern opponents. Atlanta will try to get things going beyond the arc, ranking second in the NBA in shooting 39.1 percent in three-point range. Johnson is tied for ninth in hitting 52 3-point shots, while shooting 38 percent from that distance. The team is 12-1 when he manages to score 20-or-more points.