12 games and one hell of a drop on the roads tonight

Adam Silver likes the Tour de France, that’s almost a certainty. Why? It’s simple, because of the big loop, the NBA will offer a grueling program this Wednesday before taking the next night off. Twelve matches on the menu tonight, our very own Alpe d’Huez. Continue Alain-Philippe program!



  • 1 hour: Pacers–Wolves
  • 1 hour: Cavaliers – Blazers
  • 1 hour: Hornets–Sixers (on BeIN Max 4)
  • 1h30: Hawks–Kings
  • 1h30: Celtics–Mavericks (on BeIN Sports 3)
  • 1h30: Heat–Wizards
  • 1h30: Raptors–Nets
  • 2 hours: Bucks–Bulls
  • 2 hours: Spurs–Pelicans
  • 2 hours: Thunder–Nuggets
  • 3h: Jazz – Valves
  • 4h: Warriors–Clippers


Yes, the Kings are now among the teams that put the game in the “can’t miss” category. This is something that should please Vlade Divac, at least we hope so. Sacramento is on a seven-game winning streak for the first time since 2004. De’Aaron Fox – still hovering on his cloud – and his friends just hit the Grizzlies and told themselves that the a trip to Atlanta was no more worrisome for them. Trae Young and his birds are in 6th place in the East with ten wins and seven losses, a record with the same number of victories as the Kings but the Hawks have one more loss. All this is to tell you that champagne basketball should be there with two young teams that will do everything to catch an eleven win. The battle will likely rage on all four corners of the field between behemoths Clint Capela and Domantas Sabonis, and a rather exciting backcourt duel with Kevin Huerter and the fox against Dejounte Murray and IceTrae. In other words, the appointment from 1:30 am. The Kings should be complete unlike the Hawks who are still without Bogdan Bogdanovic, doubt remains for De’Andre Hunter listed in everyday.

In the same time zone – and therefore on the second screen – we will find an equally attractive match where two candidates for the MVP trophy will face each other: Jayson Tatum – registered in everyday but we believe in it – and Luka Doncic. The Slovenian and his minions arrived in Boston to face the ultra-dominant Celtics since the beginning of the season. The C’s are first in the East and have the best record in the NBA with thirteen wins and four losses, TD Garden has only had one loss this season. The work of Dallas looks frankly complicated, but who else but Luka Doncic to burn down the house of vegetables and leave with a victory and a legendary performance? Marcus Smart is there to stay on the coattails of Wonderboy, Still Danilo Gallinari and Robert Williams III out, on the Texan side, Maxi Kleber and Spencer Dinwiddie are uncertain. Boston – Dallas, this is a great clash and should not be missed.


  • Another chance to see Tyrese Haliburton and Bennedict Mathurin play as they take on Rudy Gobert and his friends… so much fun playing away.
  • Portland has only lost their last three games, Cleveland has only won their last three games. A streak ends tonight in Ohio and that… that’s the review.
  • The Sixers travel to Charlotte without Maxey, Harden and Embiid. The perfect opportunity for PJ Tucker to score his first basket of the season?
  • The Wizards will move to Miami to face the Heat or at least Heat players who are not yet in the infirmary.
  • The Nets are still riding the roller coaster since the start of the season, after a loss in Philadelphia, victory over the depleted Raptors?
  • The Bucks are still going strong and even if the Bulls hold on to a win, the bill could be steep in Wisconsin.
  • The Spurs’ tank is in place with a five-game losing streak, a chance to match up against Brandon Ingram or Zion Williamson in the TTFL.
  • The Pistons beat the Nuggets, we’re crazy, it’s Thunder’s turn to blow up the Joker and his friends.
  • Jazz’s new symphony to look forward to, the Pistons in the front row will appreciate it.
  • Warriors – The Clippers are Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green on one side… John Wall, Nicolas Batum and Ivica Zubac on the other. Well yeah because Kawhi Leonard or Paul George won’t be playing tonight.

You can understand, big program on the roads of the NBA tonight. The effort will be brutal at first and the pressure will only need to be released at dawn. Come, let’s meet for the first laps at 1 am, while waiting for a good night, a nap or warm-up, it’s up to you.

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