NY @ BOS
The New York Knicks will now get their rematch with Boston after falling to them 118-95 in last Saturday’s outing.
Following the loss, the Knicks bounced back strong with a come-from-behind 105-98 victory over the Chicago Bulls. The squad then traveled to Orlando on Wednesday, losing 95-83. Look for Coach David Fizadale to change up the game-plan by instituting Frank Ktilikina into the starting lineup.
The Celtics are looking to capitalize once again on the young Knicks, especially coming off of a three-game winning streak.
Game Time: 7:30 PM EST
HOU @ BKN
Two of the leagues’ top scorers will go head-to-head in this matchup, with James Harden (36.8 PPG) and Kyrie Irving (35.3 PPG) looking to get the W.
Harden will be coming off of a miraculous 59 point game while shooting 18-32(56%) from the field. With the recent struggles from the field in the Rocket’s first three games, Harden will be hoping Wednesday nights hot-streak will carry over.
On the other hand, Kyrie will be looking for Brooklyn’s first W since playing the New York Knicks last Friday.
Game Time: 7:00 PM EST on ESPN
CLE @ IND
The Pacers will be very happy to be back in Indiana against the Cavaliers coming off a 3 game road trip. The squad will be coming off of their first victory of the season (1-3) against the Brooklyn Nets, looking to start a win streak of their own.
The Cavs, who have already defeated Indiana once this season, will be coming off a hard-fought 117-111 W against the Chicago Bulls.
Game Time: 7:00 PM EST
MIL @ ORL
DET @ CHI
LAL @ DAL
UTAH @ SAC
SA @ GS
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