How to Watch the Miami Heat-Brooklyn Nets NBA Finals Game 6 from Delray Beach

Delray, Florida (AP) As Miami Heat fans watch their team clinch a second consecutive NBA title and clinch a spot in the NBA Finals for the third consecutive season, they have some work to do.

After a three-game sweep in New York, the Heat have gone 1-1 and have only one win in their last eight games.

That’s a stretch of 29 games.

The Heat have won only once in their past 27 home games, including losses to the Cavaliers and Nets.

That includes two victories in Miami’s past two meetings with Brooklyn.

Miami has won nine straight home games at Barclays Center.

The Nets will host the Heat for the first time since Jan. 3, 2019, when the Heat beat the Nets 99-88 at home.

The Nets haven’t won consecutive games since Nov. 18-22, 2015.

The two teams last met at Barclays in January 2019.

Brooklyn has won four straight against the Heat, including the first three games of this series, including a 99-96 victory in the season opener at Madison Square Garden.

Brook Lopez had 23 points and eight rebounds and DeAndre Jordan had 19 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds.

The Heat outscored Brooklyn 52-29 in the paint and 43-29 from 3-point range, but they didn’t reach 100 points for the second straight game.

Brook is averaging 33.6 points in its past four games after averaging 19.5 points in the first nine.

The Pacers, meanwhile, are averaging 35.8 points in their previous five games against the Nets.