The Miami Heat will be on the road to face the Indiana Pacers on Saturday in Indianapolis.
The game is the first time the Pacers will be playing a game on their home-floor to start the new season.
They've lost the first two games on the road to the Charlotte Hornets and Washington Wizards.
The Heat could be without their six-time All-Star point guard on Saturday as he has been listed by the team as questionable with a left ankle sprain (see tweet below).
The Heat come into the game 1-0 after beating the Milwaukee Bucks.
On Saturday afternoon, the team gave an update that his status remains the same.
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