- The Miami Heat have -110 odds to cover a 3.5-point spread on the Dallas Mavericks.
- The Heat have covered the spread in four of their last five games.
- Dallas has lost their last six games as a road underdog of 3.5 points.
MIAMI – The Miami Heat are sizzling in South Beach as they sit at the top of the Eastern Conference with a 37-20 record on the season. Next up on the schedule for Miami is a home game with the Dallas Mavericks.
These two met once before in November in Dallas where the Heat took care of business with a 125-110 victory. Being that they are one of the hottest teams right now, it is clear as to why legal online sportsbooks have them favored to win the game.
Miami Heat Vs. Dallas Mavericks
- Moneyline: Heat (-160) vs. Mavericks (+135)
- Spread: Heat -3.5
- Total: 209 Points
Heat Keeping Things Warm ATS
3.5 points should be considered a gift for those looking to bet on the Heats NBA odds in this one. On the season, Miami has the sixth-best record against the spread at 33-24 overall and has gone a solid 14-11 ATS when playing at home.
Looking back at their past 17 victories, each one of them has come above a 3.5-point margin as well. Miami has also been hot ATS in their last five games overall having covered in four of those five games. On the season Miami has a winning margin of 4.7 points.
As for the Dallas Mavericks, they sit behind Miami with a 30-26-1 record against the spread. While that might not sound bad, history is not on their side in this one as in their last six games as a 3.5-point underdog on the road since 2018, they have gone 0-6 ATS and 0-6 on the moneyline.
On the road this season overall, Dallas has gone a mediocre 13-13 on the moneyline. When playing as a road team underdog, they are an atrocious 4-10 ATS and are losing their games 6.5 points on average.
Getting into the referees for this matchup, Josh Tiven is serving as the crew chief. Backing up Miami in this one, even more, is that home teams have a 54%-win percentage with Tiven as the crew chief and are winning their games by an average of 4 points.
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