Lakers vs Heat Game 1 Injury Updates, Lineup and Predictions

The Los Angeles Lakers have made the NBA Finals for the very first time in a decade. They will be playing against the Miami Heat, a team that sent Boston Celtics players home. LeBron James will play against one of his former teams and it doesn’t get any better than this. Anthony Davis will help him in the process. The Lakers big man will do his best to win his first championship. LA and Miami entered the NBA Finals with a 12-3 record. Both teams played really well against their opponents in the playoff series, and this is when the whole thing gets serious. NBA analysts have made some prediction regarding the Lakers vs Heat game.

LeBron is about to unleash the beast inside him. Davis will do the same. He has a championship to win after all. Davis leads the team in points and his defense is more than impressive. Lakers players work really well on both ends of the court.

Veterans will lead the Lakers vs Heat game

Rajon Rondo returned at the right point of the playoffs. He is the third man the Lakers have been looking for. Alex Caruso looks great in clutch moments, and Dwight Howard was able to find his mojo again. From what we can see, the Lakers supporting cast is as savage as the leaders. The team listed Dion Waiters as probable for Game 1. In other words, the Los Angeles Lakers will enter the NBA finals with a healthy roster. Heat players better get ready for an avalanche.

LA needs one big player alongside King James and Davis. They also need a guard to step up. If this happens, Lakers players are ready for the title. Lakers head coach Frank Vogel is probably putting LeBron James, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Danny Green, Anthony Davis, and Dwight Howard in the starting lineup.

Miami was brilliant against the Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics. How will they handle LeBron and his team? The Heat combines young players and veterans, and the team has made headlines with the perimeter shooting.

Bam Adebayo had a key role in the ECF. He led the team in score, rebounds, and assists. Jimmy Butler leads Miami, and he is excellent in clutch moments. Goran Dragic, Tyler Herro, and Duncan Robinson make the supporting cast. Jae Crowder and Andre Iguodala will use their experience. Chris Silva and Gabe Vincent are listed as questionable for Game 1.