Nets vs Heat Predictions, Props and SGP (+11K)
Chris Sheridan reveals his NBA Thursday night picks and predictions for the 2023-24 regular-season Brooklyn Nets vs. Miami Heat game on Nov. 16. Plus, tips on props and SGPs.
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Nets vs. Heat Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NBA Betting Lines 11/16
Nets vs. Heat Predictions and Picks
You will have time to kill before Thursday night’s epic NFL game between Cincinnati and Baltimore, and your 90 minutes of pregame does not have to be focused on the merits of whether Joe Burrow can lead the Bengals back to the Super Bowl (but let’s face it, he really needs a win tonight against the Ravens).
Instead, y’all can flip the channel over to NBA TV and watch an actual game instead of talking heads. It’s the Brooklyn Nets visiting the Miami Heat in the opener of a two-game NBA doubleheader, with both teams riding two-game winning streaks as they jockey to try to make the East’s top six and avoid the NBA’s play-in tournament.
The Heat are favored by 3½ points against a Nets team they lost to on Nov. 4. Brooklyn’s Ben Simmons is not expected to play in this game due to a nerve impingement in his back, depriving the Nets of the player who led them with 11 rebounds the last time these teams met.
How can Miami capitalize on Simmons’ absence? Let’s have a look.
Best NBA Same-Game Parlay Picks Today for Brooklyn Nets vs. Miami Heat - 3 Leg Same Game Parlay Picks (+11000)
Leg 1: Spencer Dinwiddie to double-double
When Ben Simmons has played for Brooklyn, Spencer Dinwiddie has been moved off the ball, which has hurt his offensive production. However, in the Nets’ last game against Orlando, Dinwiddie had 29 points and nine assists in a team-high 38 minutes that saw him make 10 of 18 shots. Being a score-first point guard has always been Dinwiddie’s forte. The guy can drop dimes when needed, and he will have bigs Nic Claxton and Day’Ron Sharpe looking to convert easy lob passes against Miami’s undersized interior defense. Getting that 10th assist might be tough, but if this one stays close, then Dinwiddie will be out there through the fourth quarter going for it.
Leg 2: Duncan Robinson, 5+ assists
Miami’s Duncan Robinson has come out of hiding over the past two games -- making four 3-pointers in each of them and recording five assists and eight rebounds in his last time out against Charlotte. Robinson is a “leaky faucet” type of player, meaning he runs hot or cold. He has played at least 30 minutes in four straight games, and he has shaken off the rust in the last two. In an offense predicated on ball movement, five assists is certainly within his capabilities.
Leg 3: Duncan Robinson, 8+ rebounds
File this one in the lightning-strikes-twice category. Duncan Robinson grabbed eight rebounds last game, a season-high, but he also played 36 minutes, which were three off his season-high. Miami has won six in a row after a horrid start, and that surge has coincided with a bigger role for Robinson. The ball will need to bounce his way a couple of times, but at +1700, we have what we can accurately call an enticing line on a possibility that is not a probability, but is quite close.
Putting those three picks together produces a Same Game Parlay line of +11000, meaning a $10 wager would bring a payout of $1,110. After the game, you can turn your attention to the NFL and watch Cincinnati quarterback Joe Burrow take on the Ravens’ always-awesome defense. Good luck!
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