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TONIGHT'S GAME: Utah Jazz (14-13) at Heat (17-6)
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: AmericanAirlines Arena

Sun Sports 

(Eric Reid, Tony Fiorentino, Jason Jackson)


AM 790/104.3 FM & The Heat Radio Network (Mike Inglis, John Crotty)

Spanish Radio:

WAQI 710AM (José Pañeda, Joe Pujala)

Series: Jazz leads 30-20. Utah won the only meeting last season. The Heat is 12-12 all-time at against the Jazz.

Scouting report: The Heat (17-6) is 12-2 at home and has won its last three games. Over his last five games Dwyane Wade is shooting .634 from the field. LeBron James has scored at least 20 points in the Heat’s first 23 games.

Miami is 12-0 this season when shooting over .500 from the field. The Heat has thrived off of home-court advantage to begin the season. Miami has scored at least 100 points in 12 of its last 14 home games, averaging 106.7 points per game.

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has emphasized better starts in recent weeks and his team has responded. In five of the Heat’s last six games, the Heat has held leads throughout the fourth quarters.
Utah (14-13) is 5-11 on the road this season and has lost three of its last four games. The Jazz lost 104-84 at Indiana on Wednesday (second night of a back-to-back) but defeated the Nets at Barclays Center on Tuesday 92-90.

The Jazz is 10-7 since moving forward Gordon Hayward into a reserve role.


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Agreed to ya'll...let's take a look at Harrellson - PLEASE ! We've seen enough of Pittman already...

When? In the last two minutes of 30-point blowouts? Neither guy is going to play unless players go down with injuries. Harrellson and Pittman will only break in through defense, and I don't see that happening.

Long season Joe...think either will get more than just a cameo at some point whether it's just for a game or two. Nevertheless...Harrellson doesn't see the floor even in blowouts. I do know that last year when he played for the Knicks - yes - he had his moments. I'm not the only one with a slight clamoring to see him get more than just a few token moments.

Good match up 2nite... Yeah they do play big inside... I see what ya'll are saying... Hey, just come to play... 48 minutes... Let's get this win... Watching all things Heat... 007...

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