The Miami Heat will have Jimmy Butler and Goran Dragic available for Monday night’s game against the Indiana Pacers. Coach Erik Spoelstra said less than two hours before tip-off that Butler (right foot soreness) and Dragic (sprained left ankle) will play against the Pacers. Both Butler and Dragic were previously listed as questionable with their respective injuries after returning to practice Sunday.
The other is this: Should Phoenix and San Antonio both win their final two games, it would see the Suns finish ahead of the Spurs by 0.00096 percentage points. A look at the field: MEMPHIS Record entering Tuesday 33-37, 8th in the West Remaining games: Boston on Tuesday, Milwaukee on Thursday Outlook: Not only do the Grizzlies control their own destiny, but they catch the bonus of their last two opponents having absolutely nothing at stake. Boston is locked into the No.
A look at Herro’s growing on-ball skills that surprised a teammate. And Friday’s game time As Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra spoke to reporters following Sunday’s afternoon practice at Disney, guard Tyler Herro was still on the court working through passing drills. Developing Herro, 20, into a more reliable and efficient player with the ball in his hands has been a big part of the Heat’s plan for his rookie season.