The Golden State Warriors became fast team to reach 50 wins in NBA history with their 102-92 win over the Atlanta Hawks last night, making them 50-5 on the season. Elsewhere, the Detroit Pistons surprisingly knocked off the Cleveland Cavaliers, beating them 96-88.
The NBA goes lighter with their schedule tonight with just five games today, so let's preview tonight's contests from across the Association.
What's On Tap
Orlando Magic (24-30) @ Philadelphia 76ers (8-47) -- 7:00pm EST
Orlando is looking to close in on the final playoff spot in the East, which they're 4.5 games out of, by beating a Sixers team that has lost four straight games.
New Orleans Pelicans (22-33) @ Washington Wizards (25-29) -- 7:00pm EST, NBATV
New Orleans is 2-0 since the All-Star break and are coming off of Anthony Davis' 59-point, 20-rebound game, while the Wizards are looking for their fourth-straight road win.
Sacramento Kings (23-31) @ Denver Nuggets (22-34) -- 9:00pm EST
The Kings defeated the Nuggets on Friday and are looking to win their third straight game overall, while Denver is looking to avoid a three-game losing streak.
Brooklyn Nets (15-41) @ Portland Trail Blazers (29-27) -- 10:00pm EST, NBATV
Portland is the hottest team in the NBA, winning 14 of their last 17 games and are looking to get their season-high sixth-straight win. Brooklyn is 1-1 since the All-Star break.
News & Notes
Rockets, Pistons, 76ers NBA trade deadline deals voided after Donatas Motiejunas' failed physical.
Nike will re-release every Kobe Bryant sneaker in the coming monthsBack to the NBA Newsfeed
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