What to know about tonight’s game: Another night without Dwyane Wade, Hassan Whiteside, Josh Richardson for Heat?

Los Angeles Lakers forward Julius Randle goes up for a shot against Miami Heat guard Josh Richardson and center Hassan Whiteside during the Lakers blowout victory in Miami on March 1. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

MIAMI HEAT AT LOS ANGELES LAKERS

When: Friday, 10:30 p.m.

Where: Staples Center, Los Angeles

TV/Radio: Fox Sports Sun, NBA TV/WAXY 790AM, WQBA 1140AM (Spanish)

Records: Miami 36-33, Los Angeles 31-37

Line: Off the board

PROJECTED STARTING LINEUPS

Heat

F: Luke Babbitt

F: James Johnson

C: Bam Adebayo

G: Tyler Johnson

G: Goran Dragic

Lakers

F: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

F: Julius Randle

C: Brook Lopez

G: Isaiah Thomas

G: Lonzo Ball

Scouting report: Miami will be without Dion Waiters (left ankle surgery), Dwyane Wade (mild left hamstring strain) and Hassan Whiteside (left hip pain). Josh Richardson is listed as doubtful with left foot soreness. … The Lakers will be without Channing Frye (appendectomy), Josh Hart (left hand fourth metacarpal fracture) and Brandon Ingram (left groin strain). Kyle Kuzma (right ankle sprain) is listed as questionable. … The Lakers have played at the fastest pace in the NBA this season, averaging 103.24 possessions per 48 minutes. The Heat have played at the fifth-slowest pace, with 97.52 possessions per 48 minutes. … Since being traded to the Lakers, Isaiah Thomas is averaging 16.7 points on 39.6 percent shooting and 5.5 assists in 14 games. … The Lakers lead the NBA in paint points with 52.8 per game and are second in fast-break points with 17.3 per game. … The Heat have dropped nine straight road games, with their last road win coming on Jan. 29 against the Mavericks. … Miami is 21-6 this season when holding opponents to under 100 points. … The Heat and Lakers have faced off once this season, with Los Angeles winning that game — the Lakers beat the Heat 131-113 in Miami on March 1.

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