Gameday Rundown: Time For The Warriors
Tune in at 10:00 PM on Bally Sports Sun and NBA TV
Miami HEAT vs. Golden State Warriors
Monday, January 3rd @ 10:00 PM
Location: Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
Tipoff: 10:10 PM
TV: Bally Sports Sun, NBA TV
Radio: 790AM, WAQI 710AM (Español)
Item of the Game: Free beanie with any order over $100
Uniform: Association - White
Injury Updates: Miami: Bam Adebayo, Out, Injury/Illness (Right Thumb; Torn UCL) - Markieff Morris, Out, Injury/Illness (Neck; Whiplash) - Victor Oladipo, Out, Injury/Illness (Right Knee; Injury Recovery) - P.J. Tucker, Available, Injury/Illness (Left Lower Leg; Nerve Inflammation), Dewayne Dedmon, Out, Injury/Illness (Left Knee; Sprain) - Udonis Haslem, Out, Health and Safety Protocols - Max Strus, Out, Health and Safety Protocols - KZ Okpala, Out, Injury/Illness (Right Wrist; Sprain) - Gabe Vincent, Out, Health and Safety Protocols - Duncan Robinson, Out, Health and Safety Protocols - Marcus Garrett, Out, Health and Safety Protocols; Golden State: Klay Thompson, Out, Injury/Illness (Right Achilles Tendon; Injury Recovery) - James Wiseman, Out, Injury/Illness (Right Knee; Injury Recovery)
- The HEAT and Warriors meet for the first of two matchups this regular season.
- Last season the teams split the series, 1-1, with each squad winning on their home court as Miami has currently won four of the last five overall.
- The HEAT are 32-33 all-time versus Golden State during the regular season, including 19-13 in home games and 13-20 in road games.
What to watch for:
- Miami enters their 22nd road game of the season tonight, the third-most road games in the NBA. Below are teams with the most games played on the road this season, including tonight.
- Tyler Herro is averaging an NBA-best 20.4 points off the bench this season.
- Ӧmer Yurtseven has currently grabbed double-figure rebounds in eight-straight games, the longest such streak by a HEAT rookie in franchise history, surpassing the previous record of three consecutive games by both Michael Beasley (4/10/09 – 4/14/09) and Rony Seikaly (4/6/89 – 4/10/89). Additionally, he has grabbed at least 12 rebounds in each of the eight games as the last two rookies to achieve that feat were Blake Griffin (8 games from 11/20/10 – 12/5/10 & 11 games from 12/22/10 – 1/17/11) and Shaquille O’Neal (9 games from 11/6/92 – 11/25/92).
- Kyle Lowry started in 603-straight games in which he has appeared in.
|107.9||POINTS PER GAME||111.2|
|103.9||OPPONENT POINTS PER GAME||101.3|
|.442||OPPONENT FG PCT.||.427|
|.369||3-PT FG PCT.||.370|
|44.5||REBOUNDS PER GAME||46.1|
|41.8||OPPONENT REBOUNDS PER GAME||41.5|
|25.2||ASSISTS PER GAME||28.1|
|7.08||STEALS PER GAME||9.31|
|14.4||TURNOVERS PER GAME||16.0|
|15.6||OPPONENT TURNOVERS PER GAME||15.5|
|3.16||BLOCKS PER GAME||5.00|