Denver, Colorado – The 2023 NBA Finals continues with Game 2 between the Miami Heat and the Denver Nuggets at Ball Arena tonight. The Nuggets lead the series 1-0, but their coach, Michael Malone, says they “haven’t done a damn thing” yet.
Despite Malone’s comments, the Nuggets have plenty to be proud of after their dominant Game 1 performance, led by the duo of Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray. The Nuggets will once again rely on this talented pair to lead them to victory in Game 2.
The Heat, on the other hand, are looking to bounce back from their disappointing Game 1 loss. They will look to stars Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo to step up and lead the team to victory.
According to CBS Sports, the Heat are the underdogs in Game 2, with the Nuggets favored to win. However, the site’s model has been on a hot streak, correctly predicting 72 of its last 110 picks, including the Nuggets’ Game 1 victory.
Meanwhile, ESPN’s SportsCenter is predicting a “monster” performance from Nikola Jokic in tonight’s game.
Denver7 is forecasting a clear night with comfortable temperatures around the arena for the game.
Tip-off for Game 2 is at 8:00 PM ET/6:00 PM MT. Fans can watch the game live on ABC or stream it on the ESPN app.