NBA Daily: News, Recaps, & Previewing Sunday's Games

Saturday's nine-game slate of NBA action was headlined by the Golden State Warriors suffering their first loss of the season in a 108-95 defeat to the Milwaukee Bucks, ending their 28-game win streak. The Los Angeles Clippers also held on to beat the Brooklyn Nets 105-100, and the San Antonio Spurs blew out the Atlanta Hawks by a final of 103-78.

We've got a small schedule on Sunday with just four games, so let's get to previewing the afternoon and night ahead.

Minnesota Timberwolves (9-13) at Phoenix Suns (10-14) - 3:30 pm ET

Both of these struggling teams have playoff aspirations and are looking to get their seasons back on track. Minnesota has lost five of their last six games, while the Suns have lost nine of their last 12 games.

Memphis Grizzlies (13-11) vs. Miami Heat (12-9) - 6:00 pm ET

Miami comes into this one looking to snap their first losing streak of the season (lost three in a row), and Memphis has traded wins and losses over their last eight games.

Philadelphia 76ers (1-22) at Toronto Raptors (15-9) - 6:00 pm ET

Philadelphia is looking to pick up their second win of the season and face a Raptors team that is one of the hottest in the league, winning three in a row and oufr of their last six.

Utah Jazz (10-11) at Oklahoma City Thunder (15-8) - 7:00 pm ET

Speaking of hot teams, Oklahoma City has won four games in a row and eight of their last ten, including a 94-90 win over the Jazz on Friday night. 

Here are the latest news and rumors from around the league:

Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal will miss two weeks with a right leg injury.

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving is expected to make his season debut this week. He has been out since having knee surgery to repair a fractured kneecap suffered in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

The Clippers are interested in trading for Minnesota guard/forward Shabazz Muhammaad.

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony fired back at Charles Barkley after the TNT analyst questioned his leadership.

The Warriors "plan to start a new streak" after losing to the Bucks. Their 28-game winning streak was the second longest in NBA history.

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