Published: Tue, December 05, 2017
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Miami Heat vs. Golden State Warriors - 12/3/17 NBA Pick, Odds, and Prediction

Miami Heat vs. Golden State Warriors - 12/3/17 NBA Pick, Odds, and Prediction

Despite the issue, the two-time MVP produced an nearly flawless game in Miami as he led the team with 30 points on 11-of-16 shooting, to go along with two rebounds and three assists in 30 minutes of action. That was enough to give the Warriors a 62-60 halftime lead.

Golden State started to heat up in the second quarter, shooting 52.5 percent to Miami's 42.9 percent. As a team, the Heat shot 49 percent from the field and 14 of 35 from the three-point line as they outlasted the slumping Hornets.

It's now a seven-game winning streak for the Rockets after James Harden delivered 36 points and Eric Gordon contributed 22 in a 118-95 thumping of the Lakers. Cantwell put the Wildcats ahead for good with a 5-yard TD run early in the third quarter and added a 10-yard scoring strike to Andrew Vollert. While they were able to bring the loss to within 30 points, it was another embarrassing display as the home crowd began to file out of American Airlines Arena well before the final buzzer.

HOT HEAT TO START Not normally one of the league's most accurate 3-point shooters, the Heat knocked down five of their first seven 3-point attempts and led by as many as eight points in the first quarter. Dion Waiters was ice-cold throughout and finished the game with just four points on a dismal 1-for-10 shooting from the field.

Stefan Cantwell passed for 299 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 105 yards and a score to spark Weber State to a 30-13 victory over Southern Utah in the second round of the FCS playoffs on Saturday night. While Draymond Green was kept in check, the Warriors offense showed no signs of slowing down all game.

Yes, the National Basketball Association is a different game nowadays, and the 3-point shot is much more prevalent and is attempted a lot more frequently, but that is still a remarkable accomplishment for Curry. "Second half, we didn't".

BELL STANDS OUT Sometimes, it's really hard not to notice Jordan Bell.

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