The NBA schedule was loaded all day with 10 games on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, headlined by the New York Knicks and Charlotte Hornets winning in double overtime, while the Dallas Mavericks and Los Angeles Clippers pulled out overtime victories. The Golden State Warriors also blew out the Cleveland Cavaliers 132-98 in a NBA Finals rematch.
The schedule ramps dips with four games tonight, so let's get to previewing all of the action ahead.
Milwaukee Bucks (18-25) @ Miami Heat (23-18) - 7:30 pm ET
Miami returns home after a six-game road trip and have lost four of their last five games, while Milwaukee has won four of their last six games.
Minnesota Timberwolves (13-29) @ New Orleans Pelicans (13-27) - 8:00 pm ET
Both of these teams are trying to snap long losing skids. Minnesota has lost 13 of their last 15 games, while New Orleans has lost five of their last seven games.
Oklahoma City Thunder (30-12) @ Denver Nuggets (16-25) - 9:00 pm ET
Russell Westbrook has a chance to record his third-straight triple-double tonight while OKC tried to extend a four-game winning streak. Denver is also playing well, having won four of their last six games.
Indiana Pacers (22-19) @ Phoenix Suns (13-29) - 9:00 pm ET
The Pacers have lost three games in a row, and will try to stop their skid against a Suns team that has lost four in a row and 13 of their last 14.
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