Heat vs. Hawks Game 5 prediction, odds: TV channel, live stream, radio station

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Game 5 of the Heat vs. Hawks NBA Playoffs series is on tap with Miami one victory away from advancing and Atlanta holding on for dear life.

While Atlanta didn’t get the two victories they needed on their home floor, they got the one they needed to push things back to Miami.

Now, Game 5 will determine if the series has any more excitement to bring or if it’s time to get ready for the next round.

Miami will have to get by without Kyle Lowry, who is expected to miss another night with a hamstring injury. Meanwhile, Jimmy Butler looks unlikely to play.

Does Trae Young have any more playoff magic in his back pocket? Or will this spell the end for Atlanta. Tune in on Tuesday night to find out.

Heat vs. Hawks Game 5 TV channel

NBA TV will broadcast Game 5 in Miami beginning at 7:00 p.m. ET.

Heat vs. Hawks Game 5 live stream

Catch the live stream on NBA TV or head over to fuboTV to watch online without a cable subscription.

Heat vs. Hawks Game 5 prediction

If Miami had Lowry or Butler, this would feel like a definite victory. However, those two stars will be missing, giving Young a chance to take over and keep his season alive.

Since you can never count out Young, Atlanta will manage to pull this one off.

Prediction: Miami 115, Atlanta 118

Heat vs. Hawks Game 5 odds

Miami is favored by 4.5 points over Atlanta, according to WynnBet. Being back in the FTX Arena will give the home side a boost while the visitors will be looking for their first road victory in the series.

Heat vs. Hawks Game 5 radio stations

Fans in Miami can listen to their radio call by clicking here.

As for those with an Atlanta state of mind, click here.

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