NBA Finals Game 3 Preview: Denver Nuggets vs. Miami Heat at Kaseya Center

2023-06-07 05:26:14

The Denver Nuggets will face the Miami Heat this Wednesday night, in Game 3 of the NBA Finals, at the Kaseya Center stadium in Miami, Florida, starting at 6:30 pm local Colorado time.

The Denver team comes from losing at home, at the Ball Arena, and will seek to recover the lead in the series, since in these NBA finals they have not been down in any of the series so far.

Nuggets coach Michael Malone spoke in the preview of the game and assured that he expects a much more focused and energetic team, following having seen his coaches lose concentration at times in game two, which ended 111-108 in favor of the team from Florida. In addition, he made it clear that he hopes that his players have learned from defeat, since he knows that the group is very good at facing adversity.

Jamal Murray also attended the media, who said that the group met for a meal, Monday night, at Jeff Green’s house. ‚ÄúThere was a very good vibe in that meeting, we got together to forget the defeat, as a group, as a family that we are. I think the important thing will be to have a good mentality and have a good spirit, and I feel that’s the way we are for this game three.

On the Miami side, their players made it clear that they are happy to return to the Kaseya Center stadium and play at home. “We expect an avalanche of noise and support for us, we know what it is like in this city when the NBA finals are played,” said Bam Adebayo. “I am very happy for this city of Miami, for the organization, for all its fans, they deserve this moment, a championship, and we are going to do everything possible to achieve it,” said Jimmy Butler, in the last official press conference before the match.

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A couple show support for the Denver Nuggets with a garden display.

The Nuggets come from losing undefeated at home, where these finals added nine straight victories, to lose Game 2 of the series on Sunday and leave the final 1-1 once morest the Heat. Nikola Jokic and company’s team knows what it is to win away from home and in this postseason they have already achieved victories in Minnesota, Phoenix and Los Angeles, so they will seek to win at least one of the two games at the Kaseya Center, to return to Denver without trailing on the scoreboard.

Game three of the NBA Finals will start at 6:30 pm Colorado time, 8:30 Miami, Florida time.

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