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NBA Finals 2020: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Miami Heat Game 4 odds and predictions

The Miami Heat avoided the 3-0 hole that no team in NBA history has ever come out of with a thrilling win in Game 3 that saw Jimmy Butler make history in a number of ways.

In Game 4, the Heat will be looking to make it a series by tying it up at 2-2.

Game 4 will start at 9:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Oct. 6. It will air on ABC in the United States and on TSN Network and RDS in Canada.

Here are the odds for Game 4 of the 2020 NBA Finals, followed by some predictions from our NBA.com Staff.

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Game 4 odds

The Lakers are 7.5-point favourites heading into Game 4, according to Vegas Insider. They were 10.5-point favourites in Game 1 and Game 2, and 9.5-point favourites in Game 3.

Spread: As of Tuesday morning, the Lakers are favoured by 7.5 points

Lakers moneyline: -310

Heat moneyline: +255

Over/Under: 218.5

Game 4 predictions

Scott Rafferty (@crabdribbles): Lakers 118, Heat 110 (Lakers cover, over)

Carlan Gay (@TheCarlanGay): Lakers 113, Heat 105 (Lakers cover, under)

Kyle Irving (@KyleIrv_): Lakers 117, Heat 103 (Lakers cover, over)

Alex Novick (@ANov_SN): Heat 103, Lakers 101 (Heat cover, under)

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