One of the best games of the NBA Wednesday lineup puts the Miami Heat taking on the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena, at 10:30 PM ET.
The Miami Heat is currently on the road playing against Western Conference teams; they beat the Phoenix Suns 103-97 on Tuesday with 37 points from Lebron James.
James and company think the way to beat the Warriors is by guarding Steph Curry tight and close.
“One of the best shooters this NBA will see,” James said of Curry. “I mean, if you can find a better shooter than him right now, especially with the way he handles the ball — and the light that he has, it’s more than green, it’s fluorescent — you just hope that he misses.”
Golden State humiliated the Philadelphia 76ers in their last game 123-20; they enter this match against the Heat with two days of rest. The Warriors will have David Lee back after missing a few games with a shoulder injury.
“I was glad I could go give some minutes and get my wind back a little bit for (the Heat) game,” Lee said. “I know we were really shorthanded (at center) so that’s part of the reason I came back a little bit earlier than I thought I was going to.”
Golden State is 3-7 SU in its last 10 games when playing Miami, and 2-7 ATS in its last 9 games when playing at home against Miami.