Boston Celtics vs Miami Heat : TV channel, Start time, Injury report, starting lineups & game prediction (February 11)

Boston Celtics and Miami Heat face off at Kaseya Center, Miami, FL on Sunday, February 11th, 2024 2:00 PM ET .

Who’s Playing

Boston Celtics @ Miami Heat

How To Watch ?

  • Date & time : Sunday, February 11th, 2024 2:00 PM ET
  • Arena : Kaseya Center, Miami, FL
  • TV & radio channel : ESPN Radio, 98.5 The Sports Hub, ABC, WQAM 560 / S: WAQI 710
  • Live Stream: FuboTV

Boston Celtics – Miami Heat injury report :

Boston Celtics injury report :

Jay Scrubb: Out (Knee)
Xavier Tillman: Out (Left Knee)
Jaden Springer: Out (Ankle)

Miami Heat injury report :

Dru Smith: Out (Knee)

Boston Celtics – Miami Heat starting lineups :

The following were the starters for both teams in their previous games:

Boston Celtics starting lineup :

J. Holiday, PG #4 D. White, SG #9 J. Brown, SF #7 J. Tatum, PF #0 K. Porzingis, C #8

Miami Heat starting lineup :

T. Rozier, PG #2 T. Herro, SG #14 J. Butler, SF #22 C. Martin, PF #16 B. Adebayo, C #13

Game prediction : Boston Celtics – Miami Heat

Spread : -5.5 (-110) (BOS)
Over/Under (Totals) : 226

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