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NBA Tips – Monday, January 20, 2020
SPURS VS HEAT
Venue: AT&T Center | Start: 7:00am AEDT
The revenge motivation swings to San Antonio when the Spurs host the Miami Heat on Sunday afternoon in the rematch of a game held four days earlier. Miami big man Bam Adebayo, cut by the Spurs’ Gregg Popovich at the Team USA tryouts for this past summer’s World Cup, vented his frustrations on the legendary coach with 14 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists in Miami’s 106-100 home win Wednesday. The game turned into a 3-point shooting contest, which the Heat won by making 17 of 40, while the Spurs connected on just 10 of 33. The Heat’s Kendrick Nunn (33 points) and Goran Dragic (17) bombed in five 3-pointers apiece, combining to match San Antonio’s total. Patty Mills countered with five for the Spurs, but had his final of 12 attempts blocked by Jimmy Butler to stall a San Antonio comeback in the final two minutes. The Heat have won two in a row, including the opener of a two-game trip Friday at Oklahoma City, while the Spurs have dropped two straight, including 121-120 at home to Atlanta on Friday in a game in which they once again came up on the short end of a long-distance shootout, outscored 57-24 from beyond the arc. The game will end the first half for the Spurs (17-23), who will reach the midpoint of the season with a losing record for the first time since 1997.
Win: Miami Heat
Line: San Antonio Spurs +1.5
Total Points: Under 220.5
NUGGETS VS PACERS
Venue: Pepsi Center | Start: 12:00pm AEDT
Sports fans in Colorado and Indiana, with their hometown football teams not involved in the two NFL conference championship games earlier in the day, get an opportunity to root for their NBA squads Sunday night when the Denver Nuggets host the Indiana Pacers. The game is a rematch of an offensive-oriented, 126-114 Nuggets win at Indiana earlier this month in which six different players scored 20 or more points and both clubs shot better than 50 percent from the field. The final score was not consistent with the seasons having been enjoyed by two of the league’s premier defensive teams, but was made possible by big-time performances from a pair of under-the-radar players. The Nuggets’ win was spearheaded by a season-best 25 points from rookie Michael Porter Jr., while the Pacers’ competitive effort was made possible by Jeremy Lamb’s 30 points. Porter has played the best ball of his season in the past week, averaging 16.7 points and 7.3 rebounds in Denver’s three-game winning streak. Lamb, meanwhile, is coming off an 18-point performance Friday night as Indiana completed a two-game sweep of Minnesota in a home-and-home sequence to run its winning streak to four games.
Win: Denver Nuggets
Line: Indiana Pacers +2.5
Total Points: Under 212.5