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PG | James Harden 

SG | Joe Harris 

SF | Bruce Brown 

PF | Kevin Durant 

C | LaMarcus Aldridge 



PG | Kyle Lowry 

SG | Duncan Robinson 

SF | Jimmy Butler 

PF | P.J Tucker 

C | Bam Adebayo 



Since this April’s last neck-and-neck match in favor of Miami, the Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets are back at it again. This October 28, 2021, 7:30 AM (PST) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, it seems the Nets are set to redeem themself of their ‘boring’ persona by winning against one of the most hated teams in the NBA.  


After Miami conquered Orlando and Brooklyn with Washington, the two teams have moved up in the Eastern Conference. During the Heat's match against the Magic, Heat knocked it out of the park with their exceptional performance on both ends of the floor. It may have been a slow and steady start for Jimmy Butler, but he managed to work his way in as a two-way threat of being a scorer and a playmaker. Teammates Bam Adebayo, Markeiff Morris, and Tyler Herro also played ideally. The team revels in their win despite shooting 22% beyond the 3-point line. On the flip side, the Nets did not exactly demonstrate their best game against the Wizards. However, in all fairness, they still managed to keep the ball rolling through team performance, with Bruce Brown Jr. and Patty Mills as the two key players.  


Head Coach Erik Spoelstra of Miami is optimistic that superior ball movement, it being the main reason for the recent win of Miami Heat, will be a common theme for this season to earn them more wins.  


With James Harden's form not having the best performance this season, along with his poor outings and underwhelming execution in all departments, head coach Steve Nash sees this as a point of concern— something the Heat most likely sees as an advantage. The Nets, however, still house the fan-favorite Kevin Durant as the key player. Shooting 55% from the field from the start of 2021-2022 NBA season, Durant started this season with grit and conviction, giving coach Steve Nash the right to remain hopeful. 


As long as Durant keeps his impeccable performance to the Heat-Nets game, he’ll remain the Nets’ lucky charm expected to carry his team to another win against the Miami Heat. Both teams are expected to bring their A-game per their last matches, keeping viewers on their toes with a tightly packed competition.  


It’s definitely Heat’s defense versus Nets’ offense this October 28, 2021, 7:30 PM PST/October 27, 2021, 7:30 AM ET in Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. 


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