The Miami Heat's big three - LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh - could be out of action versus the Washington Wizards Wednesday night.
Sportsbooks have the game off the board as of Wednesday morning.
Bosh will not travel to Washington with the team barring a "miraculous recovery" according to head coach Erik Spoelstra. He missed his second game in a row with the flu against Philadelphia Tuesday.
Wade will be evaluated before his status for the game is announced, according to the Associated Press. He has missed the last five games with an ankle injury and has not ruled out missing the remainder of the regular season.
James has played the past two games after missing the previous three with a hamstring injury and is still experiencing some soreness. He is questionable Wednesday.
Miami is 8-2 ATS (against the spread) without Wade this season and 3-1 ATS with Bosh out.
Washington shocked the Heat in their first meeting of the season, winning 105-101 as a 14-point home underdog on Dec. 4. Miami has won and covered in their previous two encounters and is 20-5-1 ATS in its last 26 visits to D.C.