Free NBA Basketball Pick Washington at Miami 11-29-10

November 28, 2010

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Washington Wizards (5-10) vs. Miami Heat (9-8)

Monday, November 29th, 2010 7:30PM EST

Line: Miami -10.5

Overview:

The Miami Heat are 4-6 in their last ten games, the team hasn’t been able to get it together on either sides of the court. LeBron James leads the team in scoring (23.4), assists (7.9), and steals (1.7) in this early season, the Heat are still looking for some sync in their offense between their three big stars. Washington is led by rookie, John Wall. The slick point guard is averaging 18 points and 9.1 assists this season.

Keys to the Game:

–          Washington is also 4-6 in their last ten games, the team will be looking to find their first road win of the season against a scrambled-up Miami squad. The team’s big man, Javel McGee is averaging 8.6 rebounds and 2.7 blocks for the team.

–          The Miami Heat are ranked 7th in offense and 5th on defense this season, despite their recent rough play. The Wizards are in the lower part of the league’s ranking in both offense (25th) and defense (24).

–          Miami’s starting point guard, Carlos Arroyo has been benefitting from the attention the star players have been getting from opposing defenses. Arroyo is currently shooting 62% from the three-point line this season, while averaging a steady 7.5 points per game within 22 minutes of play in each game.

Game Forecast:

The Miami Heat should be able to find their mismatches against the Wizards. Washington is a team led by streaky offensive players, while Miami has the ability to penetrate the ball inside pretty much at will with their slashers. James Jones, Carlos Arroyo and Eddie House should all get their respective open looks during the stretch of this game, but Miami won’t cover the spread.

Free NBA Basketball Picks: Washington +10


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