Thunder vs. Heat: Lineups, injury reports and broadcast info (Feb. 22)

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Logan Newman
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The Oklahoma City Thunder will play their second game in two nights, which means center Al Horford will not take the court against the Miami Heat on Monday night.

This will be the Thunder’s second time playing against the Heat this season. OKC lost by 28 on Jan. 4, but if the Thunder can get the win this time, the teams would have identical 13-18 records through 31 games of the season.

The Heat struggled earlier this year but have improved since Jimmy Butler came back a dozen games ago, going 7-5 since. They’re winners of two games in a row, which came against the Sacramento Kings and Los Angeles Lakers.

Here is how to watch:

Opponent: Miami Heat
Date and time: Feb. 22, 8 p.m. CT
How to watch: FOX Sports Oklahoma
Radio station: WWLS 98.1FM OKC

Probable starting lineups

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER (12-18)

  • Guard: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

  • Guard: Theo Maledon

  • Forward: Luguentz Dort

  • Forward: Darius Bazley

  • Center: Isaiah Roby

MIAMI HEAT (13-17)

  • Guard: Kendrick Nunn

  • Guard: Duncan Robinson

  • Forward: Jimmy Butler

  • Forward: Kelly Olynyk

  • Center: Bam Adebayo

Injury reports

THUNDER

Horford will sit on the second night of a back-to-back for rest purposes, but that appears to be the only injury outside George Hill's thumb surgery.

Heat

Miami's injury report is still rather lengthy. Tyler Herro is questionable due to a right hip contusion and Goran Dragic is out with a left ankle sprain Gabe Vincent is probable with right knee soreness. Longer-term injuries include Avery Bradley (right calf sprain), Meyers Leonard (left shoulder surgery) and Chris Silva (left hip flexor).

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