The Denver Nuggets broke the 1-1 tie in this year's NBA Finals by dusting off the Miami Heat in Game 3 on Wednesday and will look to take a 3-1 lead back home with a win Friday night. The home team won't have Tyler Herro for Game 4, and the Western Conference's top team is rolling. Can the underdogs knot things up again to make the series competitive? We'll find out soon.
Tip-off is set for 8:30 p.m. ET at Ball Arena in Denver. The Nuggets are -165 on the money line and 3.5-point road favorites at Caesars Sportsbook. The Warriors are +140 underdogs, and the over/under is installed at 211.
SportsLine NBA expert Ameer Tyree has analyzed the Heat vs. Nuggets Game 4 lines and has several plays he loves on the spread, total, and props. One spot where he sees a clear edge for bettors? The total.
"This total is certainly low, but the Heat have struggled tremendously on offense in this series. They're averaging 99.3 points per game on 41.7% shooting in the Finals. Miami posted the league's lowest team scoring average during the regular season and is shooting nearly four percentage points worse than a Detroit Pistons team that ranked dead last in field goal percentage during the regular season," Tyree told SportsLine.
Tyree is also backing a player prop for Game 4. You can find out which player has the most desirable double-double odds below.
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