There are six NBA games to look forward to on Monday, starting with the Chicago Bulls taking on the Indiana Pacers and ending with the LA Clippers hosting the Utah Jazz.

Here’s what to watch throughout the day:

  • A battle between two of the league’s best shooting guards as James Harden and Jimmy Butler go head-to-head.
  • The Lakers go for five wins in a row when they travel to San Antonio.
  • The Clippers go up against the Jazz, this time with Kawhi Leonard.

Follow below for updates from each game.

Indiana Pacers def. Chicago Bulls, 108-95

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TJ Warren (26 points) steps up big for the Pacers, who were down two starters in Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner.

Houston Rockets vs. Miami Heat — LIVE

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The Rockets trailed by as much as 41 points in the first half. That’s not a typo. Houston outscored Miami in the second quarter, but the Heat still lead 71-46 at the half.

Sacramento Kings vs. New York Knicks — LIVE

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13 points each at the half for De’Aaron Fox and Buddy Hield. Two of Fox’s points came in rather impressive fashion.

Los Angeles Lakers vs. San Antonio Spurs — LIVE

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After losing to the Clippers on opening night, the Lakers are 4-0 with wins over the Jazz, Hornets, Grizzlies and Mavericks. Their game against the Mavericks went into overtime, with LeBron James’ triple-double (39 points, 16 assists, 12 rebounds) powering them to victory.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

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The last time Luka Doncic played against the Cavaliers, he went for 35 points, 11 rebounds and six assists. What will he have in store for today?

Utah Jazz vs. LA Clippers

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The Jazz and Clippers meet for the second time this week, although Kawhi Leonard sat the the first one out due to load management. The two-time Finals MVP is not listed on the injury report for today’s game.



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