Best Miami Heat Betting Sites

After finishing one win shy of making the 2016 Eastern Conference Finals, the Miami Heat, old though they may be, have made one thing clear to the sportsbetting community: They aren’t going anywhere. Even now with Dwyane Wade aging and Goran Dragic failing to play like the $90 million(ish) man that he is, you cannot count the Heat out of the futures game. They are Southeast Divsion plays. They are absolutely Eastern Conference Finals dice rolls. You can even make the case that they are deserving of some NBA championship attention. [+]

The latter bet is a longer than long shot, and it should be treated as such. Furthermore, so much of the Heat’s immediate potential rests on how they fare in free agency. Each of those caveats is a big one and must be considered when making any Miami centric wagers.

But the Heat will continue to field competitive outfits for as long as Pat Riley, the team’s president, is at the helm. He has a knack for winning the offseason, even when he actually loses it. Just look at the work he did in the aftermath of LeBron James’ departure in 2014.

Plus, the Heat do have some up and coming youngsters to watch. Tyler Johnson and Josh Richardson, in addition to the slightly more established Hassan Whiteside, give them a core around which to build and on which they can sell prospective free agents.

Most other teams don’t have that luxury—that ability to strike an enticing balance between the present and the future. And while the Heat still have serious obstacles standing between them and juggernaut status, all of which we will soon address, they must be kept in your back pocket as everything bets.

Division champs, Eastern Conference title chasers, championship contenders, win total overs and unders, single game plays—you name it, they deserve to be a part of it.

Miami Heat Betting Lines Today

These are the betting lines for the Miami Heat’s next game. We have all the information you will ever need to begin the gambling process: tip off times, moneylines, spreads, overs and unders. [+]

Do yourself a favor and keep checking and rechecking these odds until you actually submit your bet. The lines can change after being published. It doesn’t happen much in the NBA, but you will nevertheless want to inoculate yourself against any potential shocks by staying as informed as possible.

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Miami Heat Scores & Schedule

This is a look at the Miami Heat’s entire schedule, including their past games and scores. Turn to this whenever you’re looking to plan ahead or detect certain betting patterns. [+]

While moving ahead in the schedule can be difficult because you don’t have official games lines off which to work, it still helps you craft a solid bet by studying the matchup in advance. So when the sportsbooks do release your odds, you will be able to jump at the earliest lines, unlike many other bettors who won’t have done the necessary legwork beforehand.

Previous outings, meanwhile, are an effective way of seeing where the Heat thrive or struggle the most. 

Are they prone to covering at home? What about on the road? How do they play against really good offensive teams? Have they been routinely torching bad defensive teams? What is their record against double digit point spreads? Are they better against Eastern Conference or Western Conference teams?

Frame your bets off this information, and you’ll quickly notice an uptick in profitable wagers.

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Competitions Away Score Home Money Line
September 2018 (1)
Sun 30 Miami Heat 100 - 104 Spurs
October 2018 (12)
Tue 2 Miami Heat 113 - 122 Hornets
Fri 5 Miami Heat 114 - 121 Wizards
Mon 8 Orlando Magic 89 - 90 Miami Heat
Wed 10 Pelicans 128 - 140 Miami Heat
Fri 12 Atlanta Hawks 113 - 119 Miami Heat
Wed 17 Reg. Miami Heat 101 - 104 Orlando Magic -130 +110
Thu 18 Reg. Miami Heat 113 - 112 Wizards +205 -244
Sat 20 Reg. Hornets 113 - 112 Miami Heat +140 -161
Wed 24 Reg. New York Knicks 87 - 110 Miami Heat +285 -345
Sat 27 Reg. Blazers 111 - 120 Miami Heat +101 -120
Mon 29 Reg. Sacramento Kings 123 - 113 Miami Heat +360 -435
Tue 30 Reg. Miami Heat 113 - 125 Hornets +133 -154
November 2018 (14)
Sat 3 Reg. Miami Heat 118 - 123 Atlanta Hawks -244 +205
Mon 5 Reg. Miami Heat 120 - 115 Detroit Pistons +137 -156
Wed 7 Reg. Spurs 88 - 95 Miami Heat -104 -116
Fri 9 Reg. Indiana Pacers 110 - 102 Miami Heat -145 +124
Sat 10 Reg. Wizards 116 - 110 Miami Heat +148 -169
Mon 12 Reg. Sixers 124 - 114 Miami Heat +122 -143
Wed 14 Reg. Miami Heat 120 - 107 Brooklyn Nets -130 +110
Fri 16 Reg. Miami Heat 91 - 99 Indiana Pacers +180 -208
Sun 18 Reg. L.A. Lakers 113 - 97 Miami Heat -120 +100
Tue 20 Reg. Brooklyn Nets 104 - 92 Miami Heat +120 -141
Fri 23 Reg. Miami Heat 103 - 96 Chicago Bulls -172 +153
Sun 25 Reg. Miami Heat 115 - 125 Toronto Raptors +635 -833
Tue 27 Reg. Atlanta Hawks 115 - 113 Miami Heat +280 -333
Fri 30 Reg. Pelicans 101 - 106 Miami Heat -149 +130
December 2018 (14)
Sun 2 Reg. Utah Jazz 100 - 102 Miami Heat
Tue 4 Reg. Orlando Magic 105 - 90 Miami Heat +130 -149
Fri 7 Reg. Miami Heat 115 - 98 Phoenix Suns -370 +315
Sat 8 Reg. Miami Heat 121 - 98 L.A. Clippers +465 -556
Mon 10 Reg. Miami Heat 105 - 108 L.A. Lakers +185 -213
Wed 12 Reg. Miami Heat 84 - 111 Utah Jazz +330 -400
Fri 14 Reg. Miami Heat 100 - 97 Grizzlies +157 -179
Sun 16 Reg. Miami Heat 102 - 96 Pelicans +200 -238
Thu 20 Reg. Houston Rockets 99 - 101 Miami Heat -141 +120
Sat 22 Reg. Milwaukee Bucks 87 - 94 Miami Heat -127 +106
Sun 23 Reg. Miami Heat 115 - 91 Orlando Magic +112 -132
Wed 26 Reg. Toronto Raptors 106 - 104 Miami Heat -130 +110
Fri 28 Reg. Cavaliers 94 - 118 Miami Heat +450 -556
Sun 30 Reg. Wolves 113 - 104 Miami Heat +145 -164
January 2019 (14)
Wed 2 Reg. Miami Heat 117 - 92 Cavaliers -250 +211
Fri 4 Reg. Wizards 109 - 115 Miami Heat +250 -303
Sun 6 Reg. Miami Heat 82 - 106 Atlanta Hawks -286 +240
Tue 8 Reg. Denver Nuggets 103 - 99 Miami Heat +111 -132
Thu 10 Reg. Boston Celtics 99 - 115 Miami Heat -139 +119
Sat 12 Reg. Grizzlies 108 - 112 Miami Heat +142 -161
Tue 15 Reg. Miami Heat 86 - 124 Milwaukee Bucks +335 -400
Fri 18 Reg. Miami Heat 93 - 98 Detroit Pistons +120 -141
Sat 19 Reg. Miami Heat 117 - 103 Chicago Bulls -175 +155
Mon 21 Reg. Miami Heat 99 - 107 Boston Celtics +325 -385
Wed 23 Reg. L.A. Clippers 111 - 99 Miami Heat +200 -238
Fri 25 Reg. Miami Heat 100 - 94 Cavaliers -400 +330
Sun 27 Reg. Miami Heat 106 - 97 New York Knicks -213 +185
Wed 30 Reg. Chicago Bulls 105 - 89 Miami Heat +475 -588
February 2019 (12)
Fri 1 Reg. Thunder 118 - 102 Miami Heat -175 +155
Sat 2 Reg. Indiana Pacers 95 - 88 Miami Heat +108 -128
Tue 5 Reg. Miami Heat 118 - 108 Blazers +305 -370
Fri 8 Reg. Miami Heat 96 - 102 Sacramento Kings +152 -172
Sun 10 Reg. Miami Heat 118 - 120 Warriors +950 -1429
Mon 11 Reg. Miami Heat 87 - 103 Denver Nuggets +390 -455
Wed 13 Reg. Miami Heat 112 - 101 Dallas Mavericks +140 -161
Thu 21 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Sixers
Sat 23 Reg. Detroit Pistons 19:30 Miami Heat
Mon 25 Reg. Phoenix Suns 19:30 Miami Heat
Wed 27 Reg. Warriors 19:30 Miami Heat
Thu 28 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Houston Rockets
March 2019 (15)
Sat 2 Reg. Brooklyn Nets 19:30 Miami Heat
Mon 4 Reg. Atlanta Hawks 19:30 Miami Heat
Wed 6 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Hornets
Fri 8 Reg. Cavaliers 20:00 Miami Heat
Sun 10 Reg. Toronto Raptors 15:30 Miami Heat
Wed 13 Reg. Detroit Pistons 19:30 Miami Heat
Fri 15 Reg. Milwaukee Bucks 20:00 Miami Heat
Sun 17 Reg. Hornets 13:00 Miami Heat
Mon 18 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Thunder
Wed 20 Reg. Miami Heat 20:30 Spurs
Fri 22 Reg. Miami Heat 20:30 Milwaukee Bucks
Sat 23 Reg. Miami Heat 19:00 Wizards
Tue 26 Reg. Orlando Magic 19:30 Miami Heat
Thu 28 Reg. Dallas Mavericks 19:30 Miami Heat
Sat 30 Reg. Miami Heat 19:30 New York Knicks
April 2019 (6)
Mon 1 Reg. Miami Heat 19:30 Boston Celtics
Wed 3 Reg. Boston Celtics 19:30 Miami Heat
Fri 5 Reg. Miami Heat 20:00 Wolves
Sun 7 Reg. Miami Heat 12:00 Toronto Raptors
Tue 9 Sixers 19:30 Miami Heat
Wed 10 Miami Heat 20:00 Brooklyn Nets

Miami Heat Standings Right Now

Take at look at the Miami Heat’s current place in the standings. This goes double for all you futures bettors. Records can be a valuable way of making single game moneyline plays. [+]

But their real worth lies with the futures game.

By looking at where the Heat stand in their division, the Eastern Conference and relative to the rest of the NBA, you can then tell what type of future play they are or aren’t. Stack their record up against those of known contenders in a particular category, and poof! You’ll have your answer.

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# team P W L + - %
1 Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Bucks 57 43 14 6664 6107 0.754
2 Toronto Raptors Toronto Raptors 59 43 16 6745 6413 0.729
3 Indiana Pacers Indiana Pacers 58 38 20 6271 5968 0.655
4 Boston Celtics Boston Celtics 58 37 21 6554 6182 0.638
5 Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia 76ers 58 37 21 6723 6507 0.638
6 Brooklyn Nets Brooklyn Nets 59 30 29 6626 6651 0.508
7 Charlotte Hornets Charlotte Hornets 56 27 29 6225 6216 0.482
8 Detroit Pistons Detroit Pistons 56 26 30 5967 6052 0.464
9 Miami Heat Miami Heat 56 26 30 5883 5917 0.464
10 Orlando Magic Orlando Magic 58 26 32 6116 6216 0.448
11 Washington Wizards Washington Wizards 58 24 34 6607 6779 0.414
12 Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks 57 19 38 6325 6748 0.333
13 Chicago Bulls Chicago Bulls 58 14 44 5984 6474 0.241
14 Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Cavaliers 58 12 46 5972 6583 0.207
15 New York Knicks New York Knicks 57 10 47 6002 6521 0.175
1 Charlotte Hornets Charlotte Hornets 56 27 29 6225 6216 0.482
2 Miami Heat Miami Heat 56 26 30 5883 5917 0.464
3 Orlando Magic Orlando Magic 58 26 32 6116 6216 0.448
4 Washington Wizards Washington Wizards 58 24 34 6607 6779 0.414
5 Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Hawks 57 19 38 6325 6748 0.333
1 Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 57 41 16 6772 6367 0.719
2 Denver Nuggets Denver Nuggets 57 39 18 6383 6104 0.684
3 Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City Thunder 56 37 19 6457 6149 0.661
4 Portland Trailblazers Portland Trailblazers 57 34 23 6459 6287 0.596
5 Houston Rockets Houston Rockets 57 33 24 6449 6330 0.579
6 Utah Jazz Utah Jazz 57 32 25 6224 6039 0.561
7 San Antonio Spurs San Antonio Spurs 59 33 26 6628 6570 0.559
8 L.A. Clippers L.A. Clippers 59 32 27 6741 6714 0.542
9 Sacramento Kings Sacramento Kings 57 30 27 6464 6534 0.526
10 L.A. Lakers L.A. Lakers 57 28 29 6398 6466 0.491
11 Minnesota Timberwolves Minnesota Timberwolves 57 27 30 6377 6367 0.474
12 Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks 57 26 31 6196 6198 0.456
13 New Orleans Pelicans New Orleans Pelicans 58 25 33 6690 6653 0.431
14 Memphis Grizzlies Memphis Grizzlies 59 23 36 5935 6123 0.390
15 Phoenix Suns Phoenix Suns 59 11 48 6250 6852 0.186
1 Houston Rockets Houston Rockets 57 33 24 6449 6330 0.579
2 San Antonio Spurs San Antonio Spurs 59 33 26 6628 6570 0.559
3 Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks 57 26 31 6196 6198 0.456
4 New Orleans Pelicans New Orleans Pelicans 58 25 33 6690 6653 0.431
5 Memphis Grizzlies Memphis Grizzlies 59 23 36 5935 6123 0.390
1 Denver Nuggets Denver Nuggets 57 39 18 6383 6104 0.684
2 Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City Thunder 56 37 19 6457 6149 0.661
3 Portland Trailblazers Portland Trailblazers 57 34 23 6459 6287 0.596
4 Utah Jazz Utah Jazz 57 32 25 6224 6039 0.561
5 Minnesota Timberwolves Minnesota Timberwolves 57 27 30 6377 6367 0.474
1 Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Bucks 57 43 14 6664 6107 0.754
2 Indiana Pacers Indiana Pacers 58 38 20 6271 5968 0.655
3 Detroit Pistons Detroit Pistons 56 26 30 5967 6052 0.464
4 Chicago Bulls Chicago Bulls 58 14 44 5984 6474 0.241
5 Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland Cavaliers 58 12 46 5972 6583 0.207
1 Toronto Raptors Toronto Raptors 59 43 16 6745 6413 0.729
2 Boston Celtics Boston Celtics 58 37 21 6554 6182 0.638
3 Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia 76ers 58 37 21 6723 6507 0.638
4 Brooklyn Nets Brooklyn Nets 59 30 29 6626 6651 0.508
5 New York Knicks New York Knicks 57 10 47 6002 6521 0.175
1 Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 57 41 16 6772 6367 0.719
2 L.A. Clippers L.A. Clippers 59 32 27 6741 6714 0.542
3 Sacramento Kings Sacramento Kings 57 30 27 6464 6534 0.526
4 L.A. Lakers L.A. Lakers 57 28 29 6398 6466 0.491
5 Phoenix Suns Phoenix Suns 59 11 48 6250 6852 0.186

How To Win At Miami Heat Betting

Much of the Miami Heat’s future rests on Chris Bosh’s own future. He has missed the latter parts of each of the last two seasons because of blood clot issues. Though the Heat expect him to be ready for next season, his career is in jeopardy so long as he has these problems.

Right now, as the highest paid player on the team, Bosh, who has three years left on his current deal, is extremely important to what Miami is trying to do. He spaces the floor enough to be considered a stretch 4, and that should allow him to succeed alongside center Hassan Whiteside, assuming the Heat re-sign him in free agency.

Head coach Erik Spoelstra will, admittedly, have to do a better job of staggering that duo’s minutes should Bosh be healthy enough to roll next season. The Heat are instilling an offensive model built on pace and space, and no matter how well Bosh shoots, he won’t have the same impact at the 4 in this system as, say, Joe Johsnon. He will be at his best while playing center, Whiteside’s position, thus dilemma. 

But it’s a dilemma the Heat will welcome, because it means Bosh will be healthy and playing. And if he shows he can stay on the court, they become that much more attractive as everything bets.

Before you go liberally placing macro view bets on the Miami Heat, first wait to see how free agency unfolds. They will have a ton of cap space, like most other teams, but also have a bunch of free agents of their own that could end up being flight risks.

Dwyane Wade will be an unrestricted free agent, and while he should return at a discount, the extent of that discount will go a long way in determining whether they keep Hassan Whiteside, also an unrestricted free agent. He is in line for a huge pay increase, and since the Heat do not own his Bird rights, they will have to use cap space to re-sign him.

Luol Deng, Joe Johnson and Tyler Johnson (restricted) will each be free agents as well. And knowing Pat Riley, the Heat will also try to wedge their way into the conversation for any available All-Star free agents, perhaps by cutting bait with Whiteside or shopping Goran Dragic.

Once all the offseaosn dusts settles, usually sometime in August, and you have a concrete idea of what the Heat’s roster will look like next season, that’s when you should start pouring money into their futures.

There really isn’t a scenario in which they take massive steps back between last season and next season, but their success in free agency, or lack thereof, could be the difference between ranking them as genuine championship or Eastern Conference investments and deciding to wait on all futures bets until midway through the regular season.