It’s a jam-packed slate with 10 games of NBA action on this Saturday!
Take a look at some of the main storylines to follow:
- Two of the best teams in the league go head-to-head in an interconference battle between the Heat and Mavericks.
- The Grizzlies look to snap their four-game losing streak in hopes to hold on to the No. 8 seed in the West.
- The Thunder have won five-straight and look to stay hot and knock off the Bucks in Milwaukee.
- The Nuggets and Clippers face off in a game that has heavy implications for the No. 2 seed in the West.
Follow along with us for live updates, highlights and more.
Minnesota Timberwolves at Orlando Magic
The Timberwolves just stunned the Heat in their last game as newly acquired D’Angelo Russell knocked down a game-winning shot. Can they knock off another Eastern Conference playoff team in the Magic?
Brooklyn Nets at Atlanta Hawks
Trae Young (illness) was originally listed as questionable for this contest, but he will now be available for the Hawks in this one.
Charlotte Hornets at Toronto Raptors
The Raptors had a 10-game home win streak snapped by the Bucks earlier this week. Can they bounce back with a win over the Hornets?
Dallas Mavericks at Miami Heat
Luka Doncic (thumb) is listed as questionable in this heavyweight battle between two of the best teams in their respective conferences.
Sacramento Kings at Memphis Grizzlies
The Kings are holding on to playoff hopes, just 4.0 games back from the Grizzlies for the No. 8 seed. Meanwhile, Memphis has lost four straight and are hoping to pick up a win to hold on to that final playoff spot in the West.
Oklahoma City Thunder at Milwaukee Bucks
The Thunder have won five games in a row, surging their way up the seeding in the Western Conferece. Can they knock off the Bucks – the best team in the NBA – in Milwaukee?
Cleveland Cavaliers at New Orleans Pelicans
Zion Williamson has scored 20 or more points in nine-straight games. Can he keep that streak going against the Cavaliers?
Detroit Pistons at Phoenix Suns
The Suns are beginning to fall out of the playoff picture in the West, 4.5 games out of the No. 8 seed. If they want to keep their playoff hopes alive, beating the Pistons in Phoenix is a must-happen.
Washington Wizards at Utah Jazz
The Jazz are riding a four-game losing streak and falling down the Western Conference standings fast. They’ll look to snap that streak against Bradley Beal and the Wizards.
Denver Nuggets at LA Clippers
The Nuggets are just one game ahead of the Clippers for second-place in the Western Conference. With everyone active on both sides, this one should have a playoff feel to it.