We had 10 NBA games on the schedule last night, headlined by Draymond Green becoming just the second player in Golden State Warriors history to post three straight triple-doubles in a 111-101 home win over the Charlotte Hornets. Only Tom Gola (1959-60) had done it previously for the Dubs.
The schedule cools off with just four games tonight, but there's still plenty of big-time action to preview.
New York Knicks (16-19) @ Atlanta Hawks (21-14) 8:00pm ET
New York loss the first two games against Atlanta this season but won 111-97 on Sunday at MSG thanks to Arron Afflalo's season-high 38 points. Tonight is the second half of a home-and-home set.
Milwaukee Bucks (14-22) @ Chicago Bulls (20-12) - 8:00 pm ET
The Bulls are seeking a season-best five-game winning streak against their regional rivals. Derrick Rose is expected to play after sitting out the past three games due to tendinitis in his hamstring.
Sacramento Kings (14-20) @ Dallas Mavericks (19-15) - 8:30 pm ET
The Dallas Mavericks will look to extend their current home winning streak over the Kings to 22 games while avoiding a three-game losing streak.
Golden State Warriors (32-2) @ Los Angeles Lakers (8-27) - 10:30 pm ET
The aforementioned Draymond Green will look to set a new franchise record with four straight triple-doubles with the Warriors taking on one of the NBA's worst defensive teams. The Lakers are hot though, riding a season-high three-game winning streak.
Here are the latest news and rumors around the league:
Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is considering CSKA Moscow president Andrey Vatutin for the team's general manager position after Billy King's contract runs out after the season.
Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Jennings hopes the trade rumors around him go away.
Jahlil Okafor and Kendal Marshall have distanced themselves from the complaints of their father regarding the way they're being used by the Philadelphia 76ers.Back to the NBA Newsfeed