Match preview: Miami Heat vs Minnesota Timberwolves

The Miami Heat will face the Minnesota Timberwolves on 12th March 2022(USA), as the regular season approaches towards its end and the teams prepare themselves for the bigger task ahead which is the playoffs.

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Tyler Herro

Miami is a championship contender and has certainly been playing like that throughout the season and look like the team to beat in the East.

The Timberwolves, on the other hand, have had a great season of far as they most certainly are heading to the playoffs which is a good progress for this young team.

Current record of both the teams:

  • The Miami Heat are currently having a record of 45-23 and are the 1st seed in the East.
  • The Minnesota Timberwolves are currently having a record of 38-30 and are the 7th seed in the West.

Injury Report:

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Markieff Morris

Miami :

  1. Caleb Martin – Knee
  2. Markieff Moris – Neck

TWolves:

  1. Jordan McLaughlin – Out

Players to watch out for in Miami Heat vs Minnesota Timberwolves

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KAT
  • Jimmy Butler – Miami :

Jimmy Butler will be facing one of his former teams and against the TWolves he is always expected to drop a big performance and that will be the case in this matchup also.

  • Karl Anthony Towns – Wolves :

KAT is probably the best shooting Big in the history of the NBA and against this Miami team, he can look to exploit Bam Adebayo who is smaller than him, and drop a big performance.

Match Prediction & Telecast details:

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Jimmy Butler

The Miami Heat are a better team and will be expected to take care of the things against this young and emerging squad of the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Prediction:

  • Miami Heat to win the game.

You can watch the game via NBA LEAGUE PASS.

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