2023 NBA playoffs: Heat vs Knicks Game 2 pick against the spread

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Miami Heat vs New York Knicks Game 2 

The Miami Heat are for real and they made it very clear in game one against the Knicks. But injuries continue to be a concern. Jimmy Butler has been the best player in the NBA playoffs, but he rolled his ankle at the end of game one. His availability is a big reason why the Knicks are (-7) point favorites in this game. Just like in the Celtics vs Sixers series, the line tells a story.

With a point spread that large it is clear that the sportsbooks believe that Butler will not play or be effective. The Knicks are due for a correction after the team shot a measly 20.6 percent from beyond the arc. Jalen Brunson was 0-7 and that will change for this must-win game.

The Knicks are a good home team posting a 10-4-1 ATS record at home. New York has covered four of the last five games overall and they will completely dominate a Heat team that is happy to split in New York.

Game 2 pick against the spread: Knicks -7

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