NBA Daily: News, Recaps & Previews Of January 28th's Games

There were eight NBA games on the schedule last night, headlined by the Golden State Warriors winning their 40th straight game at home, beating the Dallas Mavericks 127-107.

The schedule holds slightly dips with six games tonight, so let's get to previewing all of the action ahead. 

Atlanta Hawks (27-20) @ Indiana Pacers (23-22) - 7:00 pm ET
The Hawks have lost three of their last four games, including a two-point loss to the Clippers last night, and will look to turn things around against a Pacers team that has lost three in a row and six of their last seven.

Denver Nuggets (17-29) @ Washington Wizards (20-23) - 7:00 pm ET
Both Washington and Denver have dropped four of their last five games as both teams try to re-gain some momentum before the All-Star break.

New York Knicks (22-25) @ Toronto Raptors (30-15) - 8:00 pm ET, TNT
Toronto can set a new franchise record with a 10th straight win tonight if they can beat a Knicks team that has lost three games in a row.

Milwaukee Bucks (20-27) @ Memphis Grizzlies (26-20) - 8:00 pm ET
The Grizzlies are one of the hottest teams in the league has they've won 10 of their last 11 games, and they'll try to keep that going against a Bucks team that is playing better, winning four of their last six games.

Sacramento Kings (20-25) @ New Orleans Pelicans (16-28) - 8:00 pm ET
Sacramento has lost two games in a row after posting a five-game win streak. New Orleans had their three-game win streak snapped by the Houston Rockets in their last outing.

Chicago Bulls (25-19) @ Los Angeles Lakers (9-38) - 10:30 pm ET, TNT
The Bulls are starting a seven-game road trip, while the Lakers can tie a season-high losing streak with an eighth-straight defeat tonight.

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Here are the latest news and rumors around the league: 

The Knicks are reportedly trying to acquire point guard Jeff Teague from the Atlanta Hawks.

Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue will coach the Eastern Conferece in the All-Star Game.

The Lakers will honor Shaquille O'Neal with a statue outside of the Staples Center.

Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin could return from his broken hand before the expected 4-6 week timeline.

4 NBA stars who could be traded before the deadline.

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