NBA Schedule: Bucks-Grizzlies, Bulls

Did you enjoy MLK Day with all these games one after the other? That’s good, because we will have 13 more meetings tonight. Only small difference, they will start at 1 am instead of 6.30 pm but it doesn’t matter in the end, we will be there to geek out properly. Especially since there are some beautiful posters on the menu…


  • 1 hour: Wizards–Nets
  • 1 hour: Sixers–Magic
  • 1h30: Celtics–Hornets
  • 1h30: Heat – Blazers
  • 1h30: Hawks–Wolves
  • 2 hours: Bulls – Cavaliers
  • 2 hours: Bucks–Grizzlies
  • 2h30: Mavericks–Raptors
  • 2h30: Spurs–Thunder
  • 3h: Jazz – Rockets (on beIN Sports 4)
  • 4h: Kings – Pistons
  • 4h: Nuggets – Clippers (on beIN Sports 1)
  • 4:30 a.m.: Lakers–Pacers


Bucks-Grizzlies (2h): if the NBA will also offer a nice Bulls – Cavaliers at the same time, it is still difficult to miss this Milwaukee – Memphis which smells of powder. Already because the Giannis Bucks need a success to revive after having accumulated four defeats in five games, and then because the Grizzlies are the hottest team in the NBA with 12 successes in 13 games. The Greek Freak on one side, Ja Morant on the other, normally there should be a show. Small precision which could be important, Jrue Holiday is noted as questionable, which means he could potentially return to the courts tonight after a six-game absence. A return that would do the Bucks a lot of good, especially to limit the other madman named Morant but also because Milwaukee has a record of 4 wins – 9 losses without Jrue Vacances.


  • The Nets are moving to the capital. No Kevin Durant of course, but a Kyrie Irving – James Harden duo who will have a hard time facing the GOAT Kyle Kuzma.
  • Joel Embiid against the Magic, match prohibited for under 18s.
  • Celtics – Hornets for a duel between in-form teams. Because yes, the Celtics can be in good shape sometimes.
  • Heat – Blazers, Miami is logical favorite but Tyler Herro and Kyle Lowry will not be in the game.
  • Incredible but true, Atlanta won a game at home on Monday. MLK Day magic or confirmation against Wolves?
  • Bulls – Cavaliers, it’s hype in 2022. Chicago will want to break its bad series (4 defeats in a row) while Darius Garland’s Cavs will want to hit another big one after Brooklyn.
  • The Mavericks of Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis are running very well at the moment: nine wins in ten games, can the Dinos resist?
  • Spurs – Thunder and Kings – Pistons, as much to tell you that these are not the biggest posters of the night.
  • We thought the Jazz were off to a good start with the return of Rudy Gobert, but Utah fell to the Lakers. Expected reaction against Houston.
  • Nikola Jokic meets Clippers, something tells us Ivica Zubac may be having a bad night
  • Lakers – Pacers: perhaps Frank Vogel’s last game on the LA bench, all against his former Indiana team…

13 games for 6 hours of non-stop basketball. No doubt, we’re going to have a very big night and since it’s Wednesday, absolutely anything is possible.

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