NBA Program: Act II of the Warriors
It’s the end of the week, the weekend is jostling at the gate with a reward in advance: the Nets will welcome the Wolves, before the best game of the start of the season arrives again on your screens at the same time as the classic Los Angeles. What better transition to the weekend than this beautiful program, everyone says thank you Mr. Silver!
# THE PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY DECEMBER 3, 2021
- 1h: Wizards – Cavaliers
- 1h: Pacers – Heat (on beIN Sports 4)
- 1h30: Hawks – Sixers
- 1h30: Nets – Timberwolves
- 2h: Rockets – Magic
- 2h30: Mavericks – Pelicans
- 3h: Jazz – Celtics
- 4h: Lakers – Clippers (on beIN Sports 1)
- 4h: Warriors – Suns (on beIN Sports 4)
# THE MATCH OF THE NIGHT, FINALLY ACCORDING TO US
Warriors – Suns (4h): the boss of the League must rub his hands and warmly congratulate himself on having scheduled three Warriors – Suns for this month of December. Anyway, tonight is chapter 2 and Stephen Curry really took everything that happened in the first round personally. Today, the festivities are happening at his home and the Warriors will be keen to end the Phoenix streak: 18 straight wins, just six less than the Dubs’ record in of the 2015-16 season. Even with Devin Booker’s absence, the Valley Boys remain competitive enough to give their tonight opponent cause for concern. Once again, the chances of the game being explosive are great, make sure you’re in front of the TV for the national anthem so you don’t miss a beat.
# ALSO TO MONITOR
- Cleveland is doing much better since the return of rookie of the month Evan Mobley. On three wins in a row, two of which are very convincing over Dallas and Miami, the Cavs will want to bite the dust at the Wizards, today on the podium in the East.
- The Sixers’ December schedule is arguably the most complicated in the league. So far, Philadelphia has had a poor start to their marathon, but the 2021 Eastern Conference semi-final rematch may give Joel Embiid’s gang the niacs they need to get back on their feet. For your personal culture, know that this meeting will be commented by Beth Mowins, who continues to break down barriers.
- We know the qualities of the Nets, but the Wolves are also an attractive team in this first quarter of the season. Enough to keep the show going at the Barclays Center.
- Even though many will favor the rematch between the Warriors and the Suns, a Los Angeles derby is always worth a look, especially during the commercial breaks of the big evening poster.
No excuse this Friday evening, no work or school the next day and if the eyelids are heavy, you know the formula: “Go Coffee!”. The evening kicks off at 1 a.m.