The Miami Heat and Milwaukee Bucks will have a showdown on Saturday evening with many NBA Playoffs implications for multiple teams.
The Heat, Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks are all separated by just half of a game. Currently, the Heat are a half-game behind the Knicks and Hawks, who are tied for the fourth seed.
To continue their quest for home-court advantage, they will want to win on Saturday night against the Bucks.
Jimmy Butler has been listed as questionable all day with a back issue but will now be a game-time decision against the Bucks on Saturday.
His status can be seen in a post from FantasyLabs NBA embedded below.
The Bucks are 1.5-point favorites, according to FanDuel.
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