Paul George and Kevin Durant on the track from 10 p.m.!
The extended weekend continues with eight new meetings and it starts at 10 p.m.! We will have to anticipate the little siesta to be fresh for the start of hostilities. Come on, we’ll give you the NBA program for this Saturday.
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# THE PROGRAM
- 10 p.m.: Clippers – Nets (beIN Sports 1)
- 0h: Wizards – Jazz
- 1am: Pistons – Celtics
- 1am: Pacers – Raptors
- 1h30: Sixers – Hawks
- 2 a.m.: Heat – Hornets
- 2h30: Pelicans – Rockets
- 2:30 am: Mavs – Blazers (bein Sports 4)
# DO NOT MISS
We could have chosen another match but this Clippers-Nets at “French” time is still very tempting. No Kawhi Leonard or Kyrie Irving unfortunately on the field but a duel between two boys who are in good shape at the start of the season. Elected players of the past week, Paul George and Kevin Durant have carte blanche tonight to shoot and the two wingers could quickly launch into a small horse in the middle of a match. « You put a stepback 3 on the head of your defender well me too then ». Both teams are breathing much better these days after a particularly bad start to the season. The Clippers remain on 4 wins in 5 games including the derby against the Lakers while Brooklyn has won 3 of its last 4 games, only narrowly losing to Luka Doncic’s Mavs. We hope for a meeting that will be worth the detour.
# ALSO WATCH
- Sixers – Hawks Act II: After a solid victory for Atlanta two days ago in Georgia, it’s time for revenge for Joel Embiid.
- The Jazz can establish their stranglehold on the West in Washington. Be careful to check if Kyle Kuzma is wearing a pink jersey anyway. The stats sheet at the end will probably not be the same.
- Damian Lillard and Luka Doncic pulling the plug, it seems pretty cool to follow, doesn’t it? The Portland point guard, put to rest against New Orleans, is no longer on the injury report.
- Pelicans – Rockets: the match that smells good 125-122.
- No Siakam, no VanVleet for Toronto in Indiana… Will Bennedict Mathurin have fun against his Canadian compatriots?
- The Pistons didn’t make the cut at TD Garden a few days ago, can they surprise the Celtics in Michigan?
- Jimmy Butler had to multiply against the Hornets Thursday night, and here are the hornets back in South Beach for a new confrontation. Miami would need to continue to find colors in the East.