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Game: Dallas Mavericks at Miami Heat Mar 29 2012 8:05PM
Prediction: Miami Heat
Grade: Winner (100)
Reason: I'm laying the points with Miami on Thursday night. The Heat have not played well in their last two games, losing both by double-digits. But they haven't played since Monday and I expect an all-out effort in this one. Miami's first meeting with the team that defeated them in last year's Finals was certainly one-sided. The Heat whipped Dallas 105-94 on Christmas Day. The game was more of a mismatch than the final score would indicate. Miami led 97-65 through three quarters before putting it into cruise control over the final 12 minutes. Dallas is a better team now than they were to start the season, but they're in the wrong place at the wrong time with the Heat off the bad outings. Miami expects to have LeBron on the floor tonight. He's listed as probable (dislocated finger). "The only recovery for it, the doctors told me, was rest," James said. "And I think we all know I'm having none of that." James and Wade were thoroughly embarrassed the last time they hosted the Mavs, losing 105-95 in the final game of the championship series last June. While they rocked the Mavs in Dallas to start the season, this one will have special meaning since it will be in front of the home fans. More importantly, the matchups on the blocks favor the Heat. Miami is in a terrific league-wide spot tonight. NBA home favorites are on a 55-23 ATS run off a double-digit road loss, if they're playing between .600 & .750 basketball on the season and are facing a team with a winning record. As a team, Miami is 4-0 SU, 3-1 ATS at home off a SU loss, winning by an average score of 109.5-86! Two of those wins came by scores of 118-83 over Indiana and 120-98 over San Antonio. I expect another big win and cover tonight. I'm laying the points with Miami on Thursday. Thanks! GL! Scott.