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Heat vs Raptors Forecast, Betting Trends, NBA Picks, Starting Lineups – NBA Sports

Miami and Toronto played a triple OT thriller the last time they met on Saturday night. Is there anything more the same tonight? Take a look at the NBA’s top picks and betting trends, and the starting lineup for tonight’s Heat vs. Raptors game.

Heat vs Raptors Game Information

Miami Heat (32-19) vs. Toronto Raptors (25-23)
date: Tuesday, February 1, 2022
time: 7:30 PM ET
venue: Scotiabank Arena — Toronto, Ontario

Heat vs Raptors NBA picks and betting odds

All Heat vs Raptors NBA picks and betting odds can be found at: BetOnline

Money line: MIA: (+ 110) | TOR: (-133)
Point spread:
MIA: +2 (-120) | TOR: -2 (-120)
total:
211.5 — Over: (-110) | Bottom: (-110)

Miami Heat Injury Report

(PG) Kyle Lowry (Suspicious), (SG) Victor Oladipo (Out), (SF) KZ Omer (Out), (SF) Jimmy Butler (Suspicious), (PF) Markaif Morris (Out), ( PF) PJ Tucker (suspicious) (C) Omer Yurtseven (out)

Toronto Raptors Injury Report

(C) Chem Birch (suspicious)

Heat vs Raptors News and Preview | NBA Pick

The Miami Heat will continue their 6-game road trip as they visit Toronto tonight. This is Game 2 of The Heat’s trip after being blown away by the Celtics (122-92) at TD Garden on Monday night. Toronto won a close battle with the Hawks in Atlanta on Monday night, winning two games in a row. This is the second match between Miami and Toronto in four days. Their latest match was the triple overtime thriller, where the Raptors took the lead at 124-120. Pascal Siakam scored high in the match in minutes and won more than 56 minutes.

Miami played in three of the last five games, but lost the top spot at the Eastern Conference after losing last night and was replaced by the next. Chicago hosting Orlando tonight.. The game difference is 0, which is based on the winning percentage of Miami playing two more games.

The heat has long reports of injuries with the addition of both Jimmy Butler and PJ Tucker before losing to Boston. Head coach Erik Spoelstra hopes they will be available, but at the time of his writing, they are described as suspicious.

Toronto has won three of the last five games and is currently in eighth place at the Eastern Conference, but with seven seeds, it is only 1.5 games behind Charlotte.

Fred VanVleet leads the lap this season. The undrafted point guard has averaged 21.5 points, nearly 5 rebounds, and 7 or more assists in over 38 minutes per game.

Heat vs Raptors Betting trends

  • The total has been exceeded in 6 of the last 6 games in Miami.
  • Miami has 11-5 ATS in the last 16 games against Toronto.
  • Miami is 12-4 SU in the last 16 games against opponents in the Atlantic Division.
  • Nine of the last 12 games in Toronto have gone under.
  • Toronto is 10-2 ATS in the last 12 games at home.
  • Toronto is 7-1SU in the last eight games against opponents in the Southeast Division.

Miami Heat starting lineup forecast

(PG) Gabe Vincent, (SG) Duncan Robinson, (SF) Max Stress, (PF) Caleb Martin, (C) Bam Adebayo

Scheduled Toronto Raptors starting lineup

(PG) Fred VanVleet, (SG) Gary Trent Jr., (SF) Scottie Barnes, (PF) OG Anunoby, (C) Pascal Siakam

Heat vs Raptors Forecast | NBA Pick

The ESPN Matchup Predictor Gives Miami a 53% chance to win this. For me, much depends on the fitness of Starman and Jimmy Butler. The heat is currently reported to be seriously injured, revealing how much he missed players like the NBA’s three-point lead Butler and PJ Tucker against the Celtics last night.

A worthy Miami team wins in my eyes and leaves Canada to take revenge for their defeat on Saturday. But as it stands, Toronto has won and is even closer to the auto playoffs position.

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Heat vs Raptors Forecast, Betting Trends, NBA Picks, Starting Lineups

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