The Jazz vs Heat Scrimmage is going to be a closely contested one. Here we look at the TV Schedule and Preview for the game.
The Utah Jazz will take on the Miami Heat today at 4 pm ET. The Heat defeated the Kings 104-98 in their first match back. The Heat will reportedly miss all-star Bam Adebayo for the match-up tonight.
Meanwhile, Utah Jazz lost to the Phoenix Suns 88-108. The Jazz will look to get back into winning ways tonight against the Heat. The Jazz tried several combinations and tactics during the game and it will be interesting to look at their approach today.
Where to watch Jazz vs Heat Scrimmage on TV and Online
The Heat vs Jazz Scrimmage can be viewed on NBA TV, which is accessible both on the NBA website and the app all through the United States.
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AT&T SportsNet will stream all the scrimmage matches involving the Jazz. The match can also be watched live on Fox Sports in USA.
Jazz vs Heat Scrimmage Team News
The Heat will miss all-star Bam Adebayo today against Jazz. The team will bank on Jimmy Butler tonight against the Jazz. The all-star duo of Adebayo and Butler have been successful this season. The Heat are expected to be back to full strength before long though.
Heat available roster: Jimmy Butler, Kyle Alexander, Jae Crowder, Goran Dragic, Udonis Haslem, Tyler Herro, Solomon Hill, Andre Igoudala, Derrick Jones Jr., Meyers Leonard, Kendrick Nunn, Okpala, Olynyk, Duncan Robinson, Chris Silva, Gabe Vincent
The Jazz seemed content on trying about various combinations during their game against Suns. All the attention centered around their all-star duo Gobert and Mitchell after their prolonged feud. Mitchell took some time to get going against the Kings and will hope to get out of the blocks quicker against the Heat.
Jazz available roster: Tony Bradley, Jordan Clarkson, Brantley, Mike Conley, Ed Davis, Rudy Gobert, Joe Ingles, Donovan Mitchell, Juwan Morgan, Georges Niang, Royce O’Neale, Miye Oni, Rayjon Tucker, Justin Wright
What to expect from both the teams heading into the restart?
The Heat will look to make a deep playoff run this season. With a decent squad in place and led well by Butler and Adebayo, the team seems to be in a good shape this season. They currently lie 2.5 games behind the Celtics and will try to overtake them during the remaining games.
The Jazz on the other hand have been brilliant and are above big name teams like the Rockets, Thunders and Pelicans. Jazz, though will have to battle the likes of Thunders and Rockets to keep their fourth spot intact. They remain 1.5 games behind the Nuggets who occupy the 3rd position in the table.
The Jazz will look towards Gobert and Mitchell to lead them to a deep playoff run this season. The duo have been in the news ever since news broke out of their fractured relationship post the Coronavirus outbreak within the Jazz team.