Nets know how to cool the Heat!

Can the Nets beat the Heat?

Will the Nets be laughing after their series with the Heat?

After trading for experienced NBA stars Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett in 2013, the Brooklyn Nets set their stall out for a run deep into the playoffs this year and things are now starting to look good as they go into their Eastern Conference semi-final series with the Heat on Tuesday.

After losing out to Toronto in the Atlantic Division title race, Brooklyn took revenge on the Raptors in the first round of the playoffs in seven exciting games. Indeed, the series went down to the wire in Game 7 before a big Paul Pierce block secured a place in the East’s final four. Miami, who are two-time defending NBA champions, cruised past the upstart Bobcats in the first round and have had their feet up for several days as their opponents have been toiling. They will, however, surely have been using the time to fathom out a Nets team that swept them 4:0 during the regular season. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Co. are without a doubt the team to beat in the Conference again, but their negative run against the Nets could well weigh on their minds as the action begins.

Pierce and Garnett have all the experience in the world after years of service with the Boston Celtics and know all about playoff duels with James, the best player in basketball. The old guard will once again give it their all as they attempt to reach another NBA Finals series, but if the defending champs can overcome any possible mental blockage, there is little doubt in most experts’ minds that they will prevail and move on to the Eastern Conference final series.

Miami Heat vs. Brooklyn Nets, Game 1 odds

Heat                      1.31
Nets                      3.6

Odds provided by www.allyoubet.ag are correct of today, but subject to change.

CHRIS I. (tipsterchris) is a European sports blogger who’s hooked on football — both NFL American football and European football.  Chris discusses betting tips and trends and includes betting odds in his regular posts at BI.

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