Pick Against the Spread for the Los Angeles Clippers vs. Miami Heat game, plus the latest odds.

Pick Against the Spread for the Los Angeles Clippers vs. Miami Heat game, plus the latest odds.

The Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Clippers will play at the Kaseya Center on Sunday at 6 p.m. ET. This season, Miami is 26–23 and 13–11 at home.

In season, Los Angeles is 32–15 and 13–11 on the road. In the last few years, the Clippers have prevailed in this series, beating Miami seven times in a row.

The latest Heat vs. Clippers odds show that the Clippers are a 4-point favorite. The over/under for the game is 225 points.

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They beat the Detroit Pistons 136–125 on Friday and have now won two straight games and seven of their last eight.

They couldn’t cover the huge 11.5-point spread. Since F Paul George has been out for a while, F Kawhi Leonard has recorded 30 or more points in three straight games.

After going down 7 games in a row, the Heat have won their last 2 games. As 7.5-point favorites, they barely covered in a 110-102 win in the Washington Wizards on Friday. F Jimmy Butler has scored 24 or more points in four straight games. Even though he got hurt, he seems to be back to his old self.

It’s almost time for the LA Clippers and Miami Heat to play. The game starts at 6:00 p.m. E.T. at the Kaseya Center in Miami.

The first game of the season took place at the Crypto.com Arena to Los Angeles on January 2, 2024. This will be the second match of the season. That game was won by the Clippers 121–104.

The Clippers have a 32-15 record and are currently in third place in the Western Conference.

They have won eight of their last ten games. They have won both of their last two matches. Their most recent win was 136–125 over the Detroit Pistons.

With a record of 26–23, the Miami Heat are currently in seventh place in the Eastern Conference. They had won two straight games before beating the Washington Wizards 110–102, and they have now won three of their last ten games.

At Little Caesars Arena on Friday, the Clippers beat the Detroit Pistons 136–125. At first, they were behind 33–27 after the initial quarter.

But the Clippers gained ground in the second quarter and were ahead 65–59 at the break.

The Clippers kept their lead and won in the end. It’s important to note that Kawhi Leonard scored 33 points to lead the way.

Paul George scored 18 points and set up 7 others. In the same way, Mason Plumlee scored 12 points and grabbed 9 rebounds.

Mann scored 12 points and made all four of his shots. Also, the Clippers played well even though James Harden had a bad game. He scored four points but only made one of ten shots.

The best player in this game was the bench. First, Norman Powell scored 15 points but only made 6 of 11 shots. Russell Westbrook scored 23 points and made 10 of 13 shots. At the same time, Amir Coffey possessed 14 points.

The Clippers made 59.6% of their shots from the charity stripe, including 48.3% of their three-point shots. The Clippers also had 12 steals, and this helped them force 16 turnovers. It was also good that the Clippers blocked five shots.

On Friday in Washington, DC, the Heat beat the Wizards 110–102. At the break, they were behind 59–56. The Heat fought back, though, and had a good third quarter. After that, they held on.

Butler scored 24 points, grabbed nine rebounds, and shot 7 for 10 for the Heat. Bam Adebayo scored 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as well.

Joe Johnson and Tyler Herro both scored 15 points. Also, Kevin Love scored 13 points after coming off the bench.

The Heat made 43.2% of their shots from the field, like 22.6% of their shots from beyond the arc. The Heat additionally prevailed in the battle of the boards 59–43, with 14 of those wins going to them. Also, the Heat got past 12 turnovers.

The Heat have won the last four games in a row (39–31). They did beat the Heat 121–104 on New Year’s Day, though, and will attempt to sweep them.

The Clippers have won seven of their last ten games. The Heat have lost three of their five games at Kaseya Arena, though.