Heat vs Hawks Prop Bets

Last Updated: Apr 11, 2023

Tuesday’s Eastern Conference play-in game pits the Miami Heat against the Atlanta Hawks. This is a rematch of last year’s first-round series, which Miami won 4-1. The Heat also won this year’s season series by a 3-1 margin.

We can look at some of that history along with how each team has deployed its players lately to come up with some solid prop bets for tonight’s game. Here are some of my favorite Heat vs Hawks props for Tuesday night’s matchup.

Heat vs Hawks Player Prop Odds

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Heat vs Hawks Player Props

Saddiq Bey: Over 9.5 Points (-108) • Caesars Sportsbook

WAGER: 1 Unit

Bey has faced the Miami Heat twice since coming over to Atlanta from the Detroit Pistons, scoring 22 and 17 points in those two games. Miami will continue to focus on shutting down Trae Young, which should allow Bey some open looks.

Bey has also played well down the stretch as Atlanta was trying to secure a spot in the play-in tournament, scoring in double futures in nine of his last 11 games. His only misses in that span were games in which he played 18 and 15 minutes.

I expect Bey to play somewhere around 25 minutes, which should provide enough opportunities for him to hit the Over here.

Kyle Lowry: Over 7.5 Points (-122) • FanDuel Sportsbook

WAGER: 1 Unit

Like Bey, Lowry may be coming off the bench these days, but also like Bey, that does not mean he should be slept on. The veteran will play a key role for Miami tonight, and I expect him to provide the second unit with some scoring punch.

Though Lowry did not play in the last two games these two teams faced each other, it’s worth noting that Miami’s bench players combined for 96 points in those two games. Lowry should be the primary ball handler when Jimmy Butler is off the floor, and I expect him to approach and possibly surpass 10 points tonight.

Heat vs Hawks Team Props

Hawks First Quarter Team Total Under 27.5 (+102) • FanDuel Sportsbook

WAGER: 1 Unit

The NBA Playoffs always bring about an increased level of intensity. This is especially true on the defensive end.

Miami’s crowd will be loud, and their players will look to make an early statement, so I like them to hold Atlanta below 27.5 points in the first quarter tonight.

Read more of our NBA Playoffs betting tips for this series:

Miami was able to accomplish this in all five of their playoff games a year ago. The Hawks may be more experienced than they were last season, but I still expect them to struggle a bit out of the gate.

Heat -1.5 1st Quarter (-110) • DraftKings Sportsbook

WAGER: 1 Unit

Using the same logic as for the last prop, I expect the Heat to be leading this game by at least a bucket after the first quarter. They will look to set the tone from the opening tip, and I expect them to get ahead of Atlanta early in this game.

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