|-130 (True) - Atlanta Hawks 1Q ML @ bet365|
The Heat have been dominant at both ends so far in the first two games of this series. Offensively, however, they have relied heavily on Butler. Atlanta head coach Nate McMillan will undoubtedly devise a game plan to force the ball out of Butler's hands to beat them. For Atlanta, the game plan on offense is simple: find a way to get Trae Young in open space. Young has been abysmal from long range but has had far too few good looks in the first two games. I fully expect the Hawks to get Young going early in this game and I don't think the all-star guard will have a third straight poor shooting effort from long range. Despite the loss in game 2, the Hawks offense looked significantly better with Collins in the starting lineup. The move spread the floor and forced Bam Adabeyo away from the basket and got him into early foul trouble. They will now need to floor spacing to translate into better looks from long range. The Hawks should be able to feed off the energy of the home crowd and will knock down enough treys to keep the Heat at bay.
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