MLK Day – 12 games from 6:30 p.m. to 7 a.m.: here are 10 good reasons to geeker in front of the NBA tonight

Like every third Monday of January, today is Martin Luther King Day, he who would have celebrated his 93rd birthday in this year 2022. The opportunity for the NBA to release as usual a very big program consisting of twelve matches, spread over the evening and night from 6:30 p.m. to 7 a.m. Here are ten good reasons not to miss it.

1) Already, you will be able to learn about the history of the United States of America. We are not even sponsored by National Education to send you this message, but we assure you that you will learn things about racial segregation in the States between two monstrous highlights of Ja Morant.

2) Speaking of aliens, the Grizzlies point guard plays tonight at 9:30 p.m. against the Bulls: Ja Morant, in prime time in France, who faces the best team in the East… We could stop this top of the reasons for watch MLK Day right now actually. If you don’t want to see it, you have to go see it as soon as possible.

3) But we’re still not going to stop there because just after the Grizzlies – Bulls game, you can find the Hawks against the Bucks. Perfect to continue your evening training by watching this fight between David and Goliath NBA version, aka Ice Trae and the Greek Freak. In addition, even if the Falcons are shit this year (pardon us the expression but it’s the right one), this meeting should evoke a flavor of revenge, a flavor of Playoffs, a flavor of Conference Final. In short, a chilli flavor that makes the taste buds salivate!

4) If you have a grudge against Ja Morant – because you’re a Warriors fan for example – it’s no big deal because around 9 p.m., there will also be a Cavs – Nets to go see. We will savor very much the presence of Kyrie Irving, accompanied by James Harden, who will be able to get us going for the night with their best crossovers, step-backs or tricks. We will also follow what Evan Mobley is doing, who will have plenty of room in the racket.

5) By the way, if you really like to watch what happens in the snowshoes, Joel Embiid is traveling to the capital at 8 p.m., so you should enjoy it. We love Daniel Gafford but we’re a little afraid that it won’t be enough to curb our favorite Cameroonian in his usual madness – he who averages 32 points in his last ten games.

6) Tonight there are six games before midnight and six more after midnight. Whether you’re the nocturnal type, the daytime type, or even the basketball-addicted type, it’s been Christmas Day since we’ve had non-stop junk food from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. Then you are bound to be in great shape for the upcoming marathon.

7) Especially since from 7 p.m., there will be Eric Collins on commentary to get you in the mood. As usual when the Hornets are out, you’ll tell us, except it’s at 7 p.m. this time so you can show your whole family how crazy the guy is. In addition, tonight, LaMelo and his friends are moving to Madison Square Garden so everything is in place to see crazy things.

8) To finish your evening instruction, you can do some paleontology overnight. Long after dusk has fallen, when the night will be pitch black that scares children, remnants of the past will tread the NBA floors. Chris Paul at 2:30 a.m., followed by LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony at 4:30 a.m., here are the fossils you can study while watching MLK Day. You absolutely have to take advantage of such a spectacle because something like that is a bit like water, in 20/30 years there won’t be any more.

9) With all the marbles that we have just given you, you will especially be able to explain to your wife, husband, mother, father, child, dog, or any living being who would stay with you, how much it is above all to cultivate yourself that you must imperatively watch the MLK Day. An excellent reason to spend the whole evening cushy on the sofa and in front of the TV without anyone coming to annoy you. It’s true what, it’s for the good cause that you are there in fact.

10) Then anyway what would you have done otherwise? We list tonight’s TV program for you: « Sam » on one followed by « The Battle of the Élysée », « Manipulations » on two and « Secret d’Histoire » on three… If you weren’t already convinced with everything we said before, then you have surely understood that watching the NBA tonight is certainly the best thing to do.

You can already call your boss to say that a wake-up call is already scheduled for tomorrow. And for the youngest among you, know that TrashTalk signs the words of absence the aftermath of MLK Day!

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