Miami Heat Odds

With a winning culture led by former head coach and current team president Pat Riley and the famous South Beach nightlife, the Miami Heat are a marquee destination for both NBA free agents and road teams. And with legal online sports betting at Hard Rock Bet Sportsbook and in-person sportsbooks at Seminole-operated properties in Florida, fans have lots of ways to wager on the Heat.

Heat all-stars Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo currently hold things down and have a lot to do with how Heat moneylines, spreads or totals are set for each game. Below, we’ll show you how to jump directly into the action.

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Best NBA bets for Heat games

Heat moneyline

A moneyline bet is a straightforward bet on which team will win the game. Here’s what a moneyline for a Heat-Pacers matchup might look like at Hard Rock Bet:

  • Indiana Pacers +120
  • Miami Heat -180

The team that’s favored is indicated with a minus sign (-) while the underdog is noted by a plus sign (+). In this tilt, the Heat are listed as the favorite at -180.

Those odds mean that to win $100 betting on the Heat, you would have to place a $180 wager. Meanwhile, a $100 bet on the Pacers (+120) would translate into a $120 win if the Pacers prevail. Note: You do not need to bet $100. It’s merely the unit used to explain your odds and payouts. If you bet $10, you’d get a similarly scaled payout.

Heat point spread

When you bet on the spread in a Heat game, you’re betting on the margin of victory. For example, a spread for a Heat-Celtics game could look like this:

  • Boston Celtics +5.5 (-110)
  • Miami Heat -5.5 (+110)

As usual, the favorite is indicated by the minus sign (-) and the underdog by the plus sign (+). The numbers in brackets are the odds you use to calculate how much you’d win based on your wager. Half of a point (0.5) is often used by oddsmakers to prevent ties (AKA pushes).

If you bet on the -5.5 favored Heat, they would need to win by six points or more to cover the spread. If you wanted to bet against the Heat and take the +5.5 underdog Celtics, Boston would need to lose by five or fewer points, or win the game, to cover the spread.

Heat totals bets

A total bet, also known as an over/under, is a bet on whether the number of points scored by both teams will be over or under the amount listed by the oddsmakers. Here’s an example of an over/under for a hypothetical Heat-Raptors game:

  • Over 211 (-110)
  • Under 211 (-110)

An over bet, for example, would require the Heat and the Raps to rack up buckets for a combined score of more than 211. As with the spread, the number in brackets is the odds used to calculate your winnings based on your initial bet.

In this scenario, that could mean the Heat beating the Raps 115-110 for a total of 215. An under is a bet that the two teams will fall short of scoring 211 points combined.

Heat props & futures

Betting on Heat props and futures is a fun way to take your sports gambling further. With prop betting, you bet on specific players and events to happen during a game that doesn’t directly affect the game’s outcome.

Some examples of the NBA prop bets you can make through a Florida sportsbook while watching the Heat are:

  • Who will be the Heat’s leading scorer in the first quarter?
  • Will Jimmy Butler score more than 30 points in the game?
  • How many three-pointers will Duncan Robinson hit during the game?

Futures are bets on an event that will take place in the future, like end-of-season honors and championship titles. Examples of Heat futures odds include:

Check out our how to bet on NBA page for more.

Heat live betting odds

Live betting (or in-game wagering) allows you to bet on a Heat game while it’s happening in real time. Live betting is fast-paced and exciting, with Heat betting odds updated as the game progresses. For example, betting odds in a Heat game can be updated after every point scored or missed shot.

You have several betting options when it comes to live betting. You can make bets similar to the ones available before a game starts, including moneylines, spreads and totals. Or you can make partial game wagers, such as betting on the Heat to lead at a certain point in the game by a certain number of points.

There are also a variety of in-game prop bets you can consider. Most of them are based on the achievement of a specific statistic or milestone during the event, like the odds on Jimmy Butler scoring at least 25 points, or Tyler Herro hitting at least four three-pointers.

How to sign up for a new betting account in Florida

To get started with online sports betting, you’ll need to set up a sportsbook account. Follow these five simple steps to start betting on the Heat.

  1. Find the best sportsbook. Start by researching the best legal sportsbooks available in Florida to find the one that suits your betting style and needs. At present Hard Rock Bet Sportsbook will be your answer as the only option.
  2. Register for a new account. Next sign up for an account. You will be asked for some personal information for legal verification, including your name, email, and date of birth. You may also be asked to provide documentation such as a government-issued photo ID. This is all done for your security.
  3. Claim the sportsbook’s bonus bet promos and bonuses. Sportsbooks often offer freebies when you sign up. Enter the promo code on this page when prompted to redeem your Florida sportsbook bonus offer.
  4. Make a deposit. Most online sportsbooks accept various deposit methods, including credit and debit cards. Choose the most convenient deposit method for you to fund your account.
  5. Place your bets. Check out all the available Heat betting markets (pregame and live) and click on a bet you want to place. You can stick to one bet or add more. Just remember to play within your limits and have fun.

Best Miami Heat betting app

A legal online sports betting app is a safe, secure and convenient way to bet on the Heat. Download the app onto your phone or tablet, and you’ve got a portable sportsbook in your hand.

By going mobile, sportsbook apps allow you to bet from anywhere and anytime, as long as you have internet access and are within state borders. You will not only be able to bet when you’re on the move but also have access to the most up-to-date odds, which can help you make more informed and successful betting choices whenever you’re in Florida and watching the Heat play.

To make bets using a sportsbook app, scroll through the Heat betting options and find one (or more) you would like to bet on. Tap to add your selections to your betting slip. Once in the betting slip, you enter the amount you would like to wager and place your bet to confirm it.

Miami Heat home games

In 2023, The IT and security software company Kaseya purchased the naming rights after previous sponsor FTX went bankrupt. previously acquired the naming rights to Miami’s home arena in a 19-year deal worth $135 million in 2021.

  • Name: Kaseya Center
  • Former names: American Airlines Arena (1999-2021), FTX Arena (2021-23)
  • Address: 601 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132
  • Owner: Miami-Dade County
  • Capacity: 19,600 for basketball
  • Groundbreaking: February 6, 1998
  • Opening date: December 31, 1999
  • Construction cost: $213M

Heat play-by-play, radio and TV broadcasts

Bally Sports Sun is the local home for TV broadcasts of Heat games. Bally Sports is the new name of the Fox Sports Network, which was rebranded in March 2021. Heat games are called by veteran play-by-play announcer Eric Reid and color analyst John Crotty.

The Heat TV broadcast team is rounded out by host and courtside reporter Jason Jackson, analysts Ruth Riley Hunter and Ron Rothstein, and reporters Kristen Hewitt and Will Manso.

You can listen to the Heat on the local radio in either English or Spanish. The English language flagship station is WAXY 790 AM The Ticket. Mike Inglis handles play-by-play, supported by analysts Ruth Riley Hunter and Ron Rothstein.

You can tune in to the Spanish broadcast on WAQI 710 AM radio Mambi and listen to Jose Paneda (play-by-play) and Joe Pujala (analyst) call the game.

Who is the Miami Heat head coach & coaching staff?

Erik Spoelstra became the Heat’s sixth head coach on April 28, 2008, rising to the position after serving as an assistant to his predecessor Pat Riley. Spoelstra is the winningest coach in franchise history with a 750-527 (.587) regular season record through his 16 seasons.

Under Spoelstra’s guidance, the Heat made four consecutive NBA Finals appearances (2011–2014), winning the championship in 2012 and 2013. They’ve made the NBA Finals two times since then as well. Supporting Spoelstra on the Heat coaching staff are:

  • Chris Quinn – Assistant Coach
  • Malik Allen – Assistant Coach
  • Caron Butler – Assistant Coach
  • Octavio de la Grana – Assistant Coach for Player Development
  • Eric Glass – Assistant Coach for Player Development

Heat facts & figures

Want to know a little more about the Heat? We’ve got some facts and figures about the team below.

  • $2 billion. The franchise value of the Miami Heat.
  • 12. Forbes ranks the Heat as the 12th most valuable NBA franchise in 2021.
  • 3. The number of NBA Championships the Heat have thus far.
  • 1988. The year the Miami Heat joined the NBA.
  • 6. The Heat have retired six jerseys to date: Chris Bosh (1), Dwyane Wade (3), Tim Hardaway, Sr. (10), Shaquille O’Neal (32) and Alonzo Mourning (33). They also retired Michael Jordan’s 23 in honor of his legendary status in the NBA.
  • 27. The 2012-13 Heat put together a 27-game winning streak, which currently stands as the third longest in NBA history.
  • 21,556. The number of points scored by Dwyane Wade in his time with the Heat, making him the franchise leader in this category.
  • 12,097. The number of points that Wade has over the Heat’s current second-highest all-time scorer, Alonzo Mourning (9459).
  • 26.9. LeBron James’ points-per-game average for the Heat, which stands atop the franchise leaderboard.
  • 451. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and its required restrictions, the Heat sold out 451 consecutive games, the sixth-longest streak in NBA history.

What is the Heat logo & mascot?

Chosen in 1988 via fan voting, the iconic Heat logo features a flaming basketball shooting through a hoop, complemented by a flame tip flickering off the “T” in the Heat’s wordmark. The team’s primary colors of red, yellow and black also evoke this fiery image.

Heat mascot Burnie is described as an anthropomorphic depiction of the aforementioned basketball on the team’s logo. Burnie stands 7’6, has orange fur and a green basketball nose, and wears the Heat’s “0” jersey.

Who owns the Heat?

Carnival Corporation chairman Micky Arison is the current owner of the Miami Heat, having purchased the franchise in 1995 for $32.5 million. The Heat have been in the Arison family since the beginning: Micky’s father, Ted, was a member of the original ownership group that brought the Heat to Miami as part of the 1988 NBA expansion.

How much are Heat tickets?

Tickets to a Heat home game are a hot commodity. To capitalize on their popularity, the Heat have in place a dynamic ticket pricing system for individual game tickets. That means ticket prices for the games with the most demand will be higher, while games with less demand will be priced accordingly. However, tickets to select (read: less popular) regular season games have tickets starting as low as $15.

Where to watch or stream Heat games online

Heat games can be streamed by subscribers to Bally Sports Sun, TNT, ESPN, NBA TV and Bally Sports Florida. Download your favorite Florida sportsbook apps onto your mobile device, and you’ll be able to bet directly from the sportsbook app while you watch the Heat play from anywhere in Florida.