No nationally televised games tonight unless you have NBA TV or League Pass. There are five games, three early, two late. NBA TV is televising Cleveland at Miami and Memphis at Portland. I don't expect the Cavaliers to test Miami, especially since the Heat will be well rested and ready to show that the Milwaukee win was a fluke. I do think the Memphis/Portland game could be great. The Grizzlies are on a winning streak and the Trail Blazers are coming off a disappointing road trip, but Portland has a great record at home.
The game that interests me most is Orlando at Indianapolis. The Magic played horribly in Boston yesterday, but that is likely a fluke. I would hope they can give the Pacers a good game in triple overtime to tire them out before the Pacers come to Chicago tomorrow night. Like a lot of people, I haven't been watching the Pacers, so I was startled to see they are in second place in the East. They don't have any superstars but they have a deep roster of mostly above average players.
In other news, New York visits Charlotte and is playing badly enough to lose to the Bobcats, so that might be of interest to Knicks haters. Also, the Toronto Raptors visit the Phoenix Suns in a game that would only capture my interest because I always marvel at Steve Nash.
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