Thursday, January 27 2022

The Nets continue their six-game home stand at Barclays Center against the Miami Heat. The Heat have already shown glimpses of what they are capable of with a statement win over the Milwaukee Bucks last week. Miami won the contest by 42 points.

For Brooklyn, they’re fresh off of a win over the Washington Wizards. With Kyrie Irving out until further notice, the load will keep falling on the entire Nets roster to step up. As of late, it has been Patty Mills (14.5 PPG) making the most of his opportunity coming off the bench.

Similarly, the Heat have been forced to move on without Victor Oladipo, who is still out with a quadriceps injury. With him gone, Tyler Herro has provided a spark for Miami, averaging 23.3 PPG and 7 RPG. His efforts were vital when picking up wins against the Bucks and the Magic recently.

Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:

  • Date: Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021

  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

  • TV Channel: NBA TV/ YES Network

Probable starting lineups

Brooklyn Nets

  • James Harden

  • Bruce Brown

  • Joe Harris

  • Kevin Durant

  • Blake Griffin

Miami Heat

  • Kyle Lowry

  • Duncan Robinson

  • Jimmy Butler

  • PJ Tucker

  • Bam Adebayo

Source: Yahoo Sports

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