Warriors vs. Heat NBA Preview (3/26/24) Odds, Lineups & Injuries

Written By Editorial Team on March 26, 2024 - Last Updated on April 2, 2024
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Warriors Vs. Heat Preview

The Golden State Warriors are set to play against the Miami Heat at 7:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday at the Kaseya Center. The game will not be broadcast on national TV. This matchup features betting odds favoring the Warriors, with an over/under of 218.0.

Warriors vs. Heat pregame odds for Tuesday

The pregame NBA betting odds for tonight’s game between the Heat and the Warriors have Golden State as the favorite, with the over/under around 218 points. Miami won the previous game between the two teams, a 114-102 victory in late December. The Heat were the slight underdog and covered the spread with the total going under 224.5 points. Current odds for tonight’s game at Massachusetts sports betting apps are as follows:

  • DraftKings: Warriors -2, over/under 218
  • FanDuel: Warriors -1.5, over/under 218.5
  • Caesars: Warriors -2, over/under 218
  • BetMGM: Warriors -1.5, over/under 218.5

Odds are subject to change and vary between sportsbooks for the Warriors vs. Heat. 

Warriors vs. Heat projected starting lineups (3/26/24)

Golden State Warriors starting lineup tonight

  • PG: Stephen Curry
  • SG: Brandin Podziemski
  • SF: Andrew Wiggins
  • PF: Jonathan Kuminga
  • C: Draymond Green

Miami Heat starting lineup tonight

  • PG: Terry Rozier
  • SG: Jimmy Butler
  • SF: Jaime Jaquez Jr. (game-time decision)
  • PF: Caleb Martin (game-time decision)
  • C: Bam Adebayo

Projected starting lineups & injuries for each team are provided by Sportsdata.

Warriors vs. Heat injuries for tonight’s game

The Golden State Warriors have Trayce Jackson-Davis (PF) listed as questionable due to a knee injury. His absence could lead to increased minutes for Kevon Looney and Dario Saric.

For the Miami Heat, Kevin Love (PF) is questionable with a heel injury, and Caleb Martin (PF) is questionable with an ankle injury. Josh Richardson (SG), Duncan Robinson (SG), and Tyler Herro (SG) are out with shoulder, back, and foot injuries respectively.

Team standings & stats for Tuesday night’s game

As the Miami Heat and Golden State Warriors prepare for their upcoming game, NBA bettors and fans are eager to analyze team performances and season stats.

Golden State Warriors team stats ahead of tonight’s game

The Golden State Warriors stand at 36-34, ranking 10th in the Western Conference and 5th in their division. In their last 10 games, the Warriors are 4-6, including a loss to the Indiana Pacers. Their last game against the Minnesota Timberwolves ended in a loss. Here are Golden State’s team stats prior to tonight’s game:

  • Points per game: 118.3 (7th)
  • Points allowed per game: 116.8 (19th)
  • Rebounds per game: 46.8 (1st)
  • Assists per game: 29.1 (4th)
  • FG%: 47.3 (16th)
  • 3PT%: 37.6 (9th)

Miami Heat team stats ahead of tonight’s game

The Miami Heat, with a record of 39-32, are currently 7th in the Eastern Conference and 2nd in their division. Miami is 4-6 in its last 10 games, including a win over the Cleveland Cavaliers last Wednesday. The Heat’s recent game was also a win over Cleveland. Here are Miami’s team stats ahead of tonight’s game:

  • Points per game: 109.6 (27th)
  • Points allowed per game: 108.9 (4th)
  • Rebounds per game: 42.1 (25th)
  • Assists per game: 25.6 (22nd)
  • FG%: 46.3 (23rd)
  • 3PT%: 36.9 (12th)

Player stats for Warriors vs. Heat on March 26

The Heat’s Bam Adebayo and the Warriors’ Steph Curry are key players to watch in Tuesday’s matchup, with each player’s performance influencing the game’s outcome and betting lines.

Golden State Warriors leaders before tonight’s game

Here are the top five Heat players based on their last outing against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday:

  • Stephen Curry (PG): 31 PTS, 4 RBS, 3 ASTS
  • Klay Thompson (SG): 16 PTS, 3 RBS, 2 ASTS
  • Andrew Wiggins (SF): 15 PTS, 4 RBS, 0 ASTS
  • Jonathan Kuminga (PF): 14 PTS, 3 RBS, 2 ASTS
  • Draymond Green (PF): 12 PTS, 8 RBS, 3 ASTS

After getting the win over the Heat, the Warriors play the Dallas Mavericks. Here are Golden State’s top five players based on current season stats:

  • Stephen Curry (PG): 26.8 PPG, 4.5 RPG, 4.9 APG
  • Klay Thompson (SG): 17.3 PPG, 3.3 RPG, 2.2 APG
  • Jonathan Kuminga (PF): 16.3 PPG, 4.7 RPG, 2.1 APG
  • Andrew Wiggins (SF): 12.7 PPG, 4.4 RPG, 1.7 APG
  • Chris Paul (PG): 9.4 PPG, 4.0 RPG, 7.0 PPG

Miami Heat leaders before tonight’s game

The Heat’s recent game was dominated by Haywood Highsmith and Bam Adebayo, with Highsmight getting 18 points and Adebayo scoring 15. Jimmy Butler chipped in with 15 in Miami’s 121-84 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Here are the top five Heat players based on their last outing against the Cavs:

  • Haywood Highsmith (SF): 18 PTS, 5 RBS, 2 ASTS
  • Bam Adebayo (C): 15 PTS, 16 RBS, 3 ASTS
  • Jimmy Butler (SF): 15 PTS, 3 RBS, 6 ASTS
  • Terry Rozier (PG): 14 PTS, 3 RBS, 5 ASTS
  • Thomas Bryant (C): 14 PTS, 5 RBS, 3 ASTS

Looking at the season averages, Jimmy Butler and Tyler Herro lead the way for the Heat. Miami lost to the Warriors, so the Heat next play the New York Knicks. Here are Miami’s top five players based on current season stats:

  • Jimmy Butler (SF): 21.4 PPG, 5.4 RPG, 4.8 APG
  • Tyler Herro (PG): 20.8 PPG, 5.3 RPG, 4.4 APG
  • Bam Adebayo (C): 19.7 PPG, 10.7 RPG, 3.9 APG
  • Terry Rozier (SG): 15.5 PPG, 4.5 RPG, 5.1 APG
  • Duncan Robinson (F): 13.5 PPG, 2.6 RPG, 3.0 APG
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