DET @ MIA Mondays Predictions, Players Trends Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat NBA Betting Stats March 4th

DET @ MIA Mondays Predictions, Players Trends Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat NBA Betting Stats March 4th

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Positives with Monday Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat Matchup

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Cade Cunningham has converted 3.0 shots from downtown per game over the last 5 games, 1.1 more than he’s converted over the course of the year.

, Cade Cunningham has played 32.6 minutes per game away from home this year, ranking him in the 88th percentile — putting him among the most-utilized players in the league.

, Over the last 10 games, the opposing team’s starting PGs have put up 23.1 points per game (27th-highest in the league) vs. the Heat, creating a good matchup for offensive production.

, The Pistons have played at the 5th-most up-tempo pace in the NBA over the last 20 games away from home.

, The Pistons have been the 7th-best offensive rebounding offense in the NBA as the visting team this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession and may therefore create new opportunities for scoring and assists).

, Jaden Ivey has attempted 14.3 field goals per game over the last 15 games, 2.4 higher than he’s attempted in all games this season.

, This year, the opposition’s starting SGs have tallied 6.3 three attempts per game (30th-most in the league) vs. the Heat, identifying this as a favorable matchup.

, The Pistons have played at the 5th-most up-tempo pace in the NBA over the last 20 games away from home.

, The Pistons have been the 7th-best offensive rebounding offense in the NBA as the visting team this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession and may therefore create new opportunities for scoring and assists).

, At home, the Miami Heat have allowed the 2nd-least offensive boards per game (8.9) in the league to their opposition this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession, and a lack of them may therefore lead to fewer chances for scoring and assists).

, Jaden Ivey has sunk 2.1 shots from downtown per game over the last 15 games, 0.6 more than he’s made from 3-point range over the course of the year.

, This year, the opposition’s starting SGs have tallied 6.3 three attempts per game (30th-most in the league) vs. the Heat, identifying this as a favorable matchup.

, The Pistons have played at the 5th-most up-tempo pace in the NBA over the last 20 games away from home.

, The Pistons have been the 7th-best offensive rebounding offense in the NBA as the visting team this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession and may therefore create new opportunities for scoring and assists).

, At home, the Miami Heat have allowed the 2nd-least offensive boards per game (8.9) in the league to their opposition this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession, and a lack of them may therefore lead to fewer chances for scoring and assists).

, Compared to last year’s 3.9 rate, Jalen Duren’s shots from the field sunk have surged this year to 6.0 per game.

, Jalen Duren has been on the court for a terrific 30.0 minutes per game this year, quite a bit higher than his 25.0 minutes per game last year.

, The Pistons have played at the 5th-most up-tempo pace in the NBA over the last 20 games away from home.

, The Pistons have been the 7th-best offensive rebounding offense in the NBA as the visting team this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession and may therefore create new opportunities for scoring and assists).

, At home, the Miami Heat have allowed the 2nd-least offensive boards per game (8.9) in the league to their opposition this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession, and a lack of them may therefore lead to fewer chances for scoring and assists).

, Isaiah Stewart has converted a whopping 39.6% of his shots from behind the three-point arc this season, a significant increase from his 30.8 mark last season.

, Isaiah Stewart has been on the court for 30.7 minutes per game this year, putting him among the most-utilized players in the NBA: 82nd percentile.

, The matchup against Miami is a good one for threes; when the Miami Heat are at home, the opposition’s starting PFs have compiled the 30th-highest three rate in the league this year (46.4%).

, The Pistons have played at the 5th-most up-tempo pace in the NBA over the last 20 games away from home.

, The Pistons have been the 7th-best offensive rebounding offense in the NBA as the visting team this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession and may therefore create new opportunities for scoring and assists).

, Ausar Thompson has made 55.5% of his shot attempts from the field over the last 15 games, 8.0% higher than he’s converted overall this season.

, Ausar Thompson has successfully made 1.2 threes per game over the last 5 games, 0.9 more than he’s made from 3-point range overall this year.

, Ausar Thompson has played 33.6 minutes per game over the last 5 games away from home, 8.1 more than he’s played in all games this year on the road.

, This year, the opposition’s starting SFs have tallied 12.2 field goal attempts per game (24th-most in the NBA) vs. the Heat, making this a strong matchup.

, The Pistons have played at the 5th-most up-tempo pace in the NBA over the last 20 games away from home.

, Isaiah Stewart has successfully made 53.0% of his shot attempts from the field over the last 5 games on the road, 7.0% more than he’s converted overall this year while on the road.

, Isaiah Stewart has converted a whopping 39.6% of his shots from behind the three-point arc this season, a significant increase from his 30.8 mark last season.

, Isaiah Stewart has been on the court for 30.7 minutes per game this year, putting him among the most-utilized players in the NBA: 82nd percentile.

, The matchup against Miami is a good one for threes; when the Miami Heat are at home, the opposition’s starting PFs have compiled the 30th-highest three rate in the league this year (46.4%).

, The Pistons have played at the 5th-most up-tempo pace in the NBA over the last 20 games away from home.

, Cade Cunningham has converted 3.0 shots from downtown per game over the last 5 games, 1.1 more than he’s converted over the course of the year.

, Cade Cunningham has played 32.6 minutes per game away from home this year, ranking him in the 88th percentile — putting him among the most-utilized players in the league.

, Over the last 5 games, opposing starting PGs have tallied 8.8 3-point attempts per game (30th-most in the NBA) vs. the Miami Heat, marking this as a strong matchup.

, The Pistons have played at the 5th-most up-tempo pace in the NBA over the last 20 games away from home.

, The Pistons have been the 7th-best offensive rebounding offense in the NBA as the visting team this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession and may therefore create new opportunities for scoring and assists).

, Jimmy Butler has sunk 57.3% of his field goals over the last 15 games, 6.1% more than he’s put through the hoop in all games this season.

, Jimmy Butler has converted 62.5% of his treys over the last 15 games, 14.9% higher than he’s converted from three overall this year.

, Jimmy Butler has played 33.9 minutes per game this year, putting him among the most-utilized players in the league: 92nd percentile.

, The Miami Heat rank as the 5th-most efficient 3-point shooting team in the league while on their home court this year.

, The matchup vs. Detroit is a positive one for 3-pointers; when the Pistons are on the road, the other team’s starting SFs have posted the 27th-highest three percentage in the league this year (45.0%).

, Bam Adebayo has converted 59.8% of his shots from the field over the last 10 games, 7.6% higher than he’s put through the hoop over the course of the season.

, Out of all players in the NBA, Bam Adebayo rates in the 90th percentile for playing time, posting a massive 33.8 minutes per game while on his home court this year.

, The Miami Heat rank as the 5th-most efficient 3-point shooting team in the league while on their home court this year.

, The number of 3-pointers made against Jalen Duren has been very high (1.0 per game) when he is away from his home court and guarding fellow starting Cs this year (96th percentile).

, The Miami Heat will likely see a spike in possessions today from facing the 5th-speediest pace-of-play road team in the league over the last 20 games (the Detroit Pistons).

, Ausar Thompson has successfully made 1.2 threes per game over the last 5 games, 0.9 more than he’s made from 3-point range overall this year.

, Ausar Thompson has played 33.6 minutes per game over the last 5 games away from home, 8.1 more than he’s played in all games this year on the road.

, The matchup against the Miami Heat is a favorable one for 3-point attempts; opposing starting SFs have tallied the 26th-most three attempts per game in the league over the last 10 games (5.5).

, The Pistons have played at the 5th-most up-tempo pace in the NBA over the last 20 games away from home.

, The Pistons have been the 7th-best offensive rebounding offense in the NBA as the visting team this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession and may therefore create new opportunities for scoring and assists).


Negatives with Monday Matchup with the Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat

Out of all players in the league, Cade Cunningham measures in the 85th percentile for personal fouls, compiling a massive 2.5 fouls per game away from home this year.

, In terms of shooting, the Detroit Pistons’s subpar 104.4 points per game while on the road measures as the 3rd-weakest in the NBA over the last 5 games.

, The Miami Heat have played at the 3rd-most sluggish pace-of-play in the NBA this year, which ought to lead to fewer possessions for the Pistons.

, Cade Cunningham figures to suffer a reduction in productivity across the board due to playing on the visting team in this contest.

, Among all players in the NBA, Jaden Ivey slots into the 94th percentile for personal fouls, posting a massive 2.9 fouls per game this year.

, In terms of shooting, the Detroit Pistons’s subpar 104.4 points per game while on the road measures as the 3rd-weakest in the NBA over the last 5 games.

, The Miami Heat have played at the 3rd-most sluggish pace-of-play in the NBA this year, which ought to lead to fewer possessions for the Pistons.

, Jaden Ivey will not have the benefit of the home court advantage in this game. Playing without the home court advantage generally lowers player performance in all stat categories.

, Among all players in the NBA, Jaden Ivey slots into the 94th percentile for personal fouls, posting a massive 2.9 fouls per game this year.

, In regard to three-pointers, the Detroit Pistons’s lackluster 11.3 drained threes per game comes in as the 2nd-weakest in the league this year.

, The Miami Heat have played at the 3rd-most sluggish pace-of-play in the NBA this year, which ought to lead to fewer possessions for the Pistons.

, Jaden Ivey will not have the benefit of the home court advantage in this game. Playing without the home court advantage generally lowers player performance in all stat categories.

, Among all players in the league, Jalen Duren slots into the 98th percentile for personal fouls, totaling a colossal 3.1 fouls per game while playing away from home this year.

, In terms of shooting, the Detroit Pistons’s subpar 104.4 points per game while on the road measures as the 3rd-weakest in the NBA over the last 5 games.

, The matchup against Bam Adebayo is a challenging one; he has allowed a measly 12.2 points per game when squaring off against fellow starting Cs this year (4th percentile).

, The Miami Heat have played at the 3rd-most sluggish pace-of-play in the NBA this year, which ought to lead to fewer possessions for the Pistons.

, The number of fouls drawn by fellow starting Cs vs. Bam Adebayo has been very low this year (2.7 free throws per game: 14th percentile).

, Isaiah Stewart has committed 3.4 personal fouls per game over the last 5 games on the road, 0.8 more than he’s committed overall this year on the road.

, In regard to three-pointers, the Detroit Pistons’s lackluster 11.3 drained threes per game comes in as the 2nd-weakest in the league this year.

, The Miami Heat have played at the 3rd-most sluggish pace-of-play in the NBA this year, which ought to lead to fewer possessions for the Pistons.

, Isaiah Stewart will not possess the home court advantage in this matchup. Playing on the road generally lowers player production in all facets of the game.

, Out of all players in the league, Ausar Thompson slots into the 93rd percentile for personal fouls, averaging a colossal 2.8 fouls per game this year.

, In terms of shooting, the Detroit Pistons’s subpar 104.4 points per game while on the road measures as the 3rd-weakest in the NBA over the last 5 games.

, This year when they are away from home, their opposition has shot 37.9% on threes (6th-highest in the NBA) vs. the Miami Heat, creating a positive matchup.

, The Miami Heat have played at the 3rd-most sluggish pace-of-play in the NBA this year, which ought to lead to fewer possessions for the Pistons.

, Ausar Thompson ought to see a decline in effectiveness across the board in light of playing on the visting team in this matchup.

, Isaiah Stewart has committed 3.4 personal fouls per game over the last 5 games on the road, 0.8 more than he’s committed overall this year on the road.

, In terms of shooting, the Detroit Pistons’s subpar 104.4 points per game while on the road measures as the 3rd-weakest in the NBA over the last 5 games.

, The Miami Heat have played at the 3rd-most sluggish pace-of-play in the NBA this year, which ought to lead to fewer possessions for the Pistons.

, Over the last 10 games, the other team’s starting PFs have attempted 1.8 foul shots per game (14th-lowest in the NBA) vs. the Miami Heat, struggling to get to the charity stripe.

, Isaiah Stewart will not possess the home court advantage in this matchup. Playing on the road generally lowers player production in all facets of the game.

, Out of all players in the league, Cade Cunningham measures in the 85th percentile for personal fouls, compiling a massive 2.5 fouls per game away from home this year.

, In regard to three-pointers, the Detroit Pistons’s lackluster 11.3 drained threes per game comes in as the 2nd-weakest in the league this year.

, The Miami Heat have played at the 3rd-most sluggish pace-of-play in the NBA this year, which ought to lead to fewer possessions for the Pistons.

, Cade Cunningham figures to suffer a reduction in productivity across the board due to playing on the visting team in this contest.

, The 3rd-most sluggish pace team in the NBA this year has been the Heat.

, The Miami Heat check in as the 6th-worst offensive rebounding offense in the NBA this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession, and a lack of them can therefore eliminate extra opportunities for scoring and assists).

, The Detroit Pistons have allowed the 7th-most offensive rebounds per game (12.4) in the league to the other team over the last 5 games (offensive rebounds maintain possession and may therefore lead to new chances for scoring and assists).

, Out of all players in the league, Bam Adebayo measures in the 11th percentile for shot attempts from downtown, putting up 0.2 per game this year.

, The 3rd-most sluggish pace team in the NBA this year has been the Heat.

, The Miami Heat check in as the 6th-worst offensive rebounding offense in the NBA this year (offensive rebounds maintain possession, and a lack of them can therefore eliminate extra opportunities for scoring and assists).

, The Detroit Pistons have allowed the 7th-most offensive rebounds per game (12.4) in the league to the other team over the last 5 games (offensive rebounds maintain possession and may therefore lead to new chances for scoring and assists).

, Out of all players in the league, Ausar Thompson slots into the 93rd percentile for personal fouls, averaging a colossal 2.8 fouls per game this year.

, In regard to three-pointers, the Detroit Pistons’s lackluster 11.3 drained threes per game comes in as the 2nd-weakest in the league this year.

, This year when they are away from home, their opposition has shot 37.9% on threes (6th-highest in the NBA) vs. the Miami Heat, creating a positive matchup.

, The Miami Heat have played at the 3rd-most sluggish pace-of-play in the NBA this year, which ought to lead to fewer possessions for the Pistons.

, Ausar Thompson ought to see a decline in effectiveness across the board in light of playing on the visting team in this matchup.