Heat at Suns live stream: How to watch online


The Phoenix Suns will host the Miami Heat on Wednesday night. Here is how to watch this NBA game online via live streaming.

There will be five NBA games on the schedule Wednesday night for your enjoyment. One of those games will be between the Miami Heat (4-6) and the Phoenix Suns (4-7).

Tipoff from Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix will be at 9:00 p.m. ET on Nov. 8. FOX Sports Sun will carry the Heat telecast in the Greater Miami area. FOX Sports Arizona will carry the Suns telecast in the Greater Phoenix area. The available live streams for this game can be found on NBA League Pass and on FuboTV.

Miami enters play at 4-6 on the season and in 11th place in the Eastern Conference. The Heat trail the Orlando Magic (6-4) by two games in the Southeast Division standings. Miami lost its most recent game on the road Monday night to the Golden State Warriors, 97-80. This game saw head coach Erik Spoelstra bench his star center Hassan Whiteside to hopefully send a message to his up and down team. Miami is only 1-3 away from AmericanAirlines Arena this season.

Phoenix enters play at 4-7 on the year and in 13th place in the Western Conference. Phoenix trails Golden State (8-3) by four games in the Pacific Division standings. The Suns have lost three games in a row and are 2-3 at Talking Stick Resort Arena this season. Though the team played better initially under interim head coach Jay Triano, the Suns have fallen back to earth over the last week or so.

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 8
Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Venue: Talking Stick Resort Arena
Live Stream: NBA League Pass, FuboTV

According to OddsShark, the Suns will be getting six points at home from the visiting Heat. The associated moneylines for this game are Miami -210 and Phoenix +190. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 213 points.

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Swallow the six points to take the Heat to win and cover the spread on the road in Phoenix. Miami will play with better effort after coming up short in Oakland to the Warriors. Since the gap between Golden State and Phoenix is so vast, look for the Heat to potentially blow the Suns out on Wednesday night in their own building. This feels like one of those games that could be over at halftime if the Heat are able to take a commanding lead with a few key transition baskets.