Today’s Games (All times are Eastern):
|1:00 PM||Los Angeles Lakers||Dallas Mavericks||Lakers|
|3:30 PM||Golden State Warriors||Minnesota Timberwolves||Warriors|
|6:00 PM||Sacramento Kings||New Orleans Hornets||Kings|
|6:00 PM||Cleveland Cavaliers||Miami Heat||Heat|
|7:00 PM||Memphis Grizzlies||Brooklyn Nets||Nets|
|7:00 PM||Philadelphia 76ers||New York Knicks||Knicks|
|8:00 PM||San Antonio Spurs||Phoenix Suns||Suns|
|9:00 PM||Boston Celtics||Portland Trail Blazers||Celtics|
|9:30 PM||Chicago Bulls||Oklahoma City Thunder||Thunder|
The fourth-place teams in each conference will face off when the Memphis Grizzlies visit the Brooklyn Nets in today’s NBA Game of the Day. This will be the second and final meeting between these teams this season. The Grizzlies won the first matchup, 101-77, at the FedExForum in Memphis on January 25.
The Grizzlies have not skipped a beat since trading away their leading scorer, Rudy Gay, at the end of January. Memphis (36-18) has won seven of 10 contests since the trade and is currently on a six-game winning streak.
After dropping the first game to the Houston Rockets on Friday night, Brooklyn will try to salvage this brief two-game homestand with a victory over the Grizzlies. The Nets, who are 8-12 against the West, are winless against the Southwest Division this season. Their last victory against a Southwest opponent came back on February 28, 2012, when they eked out a one-point win over the Dallas Mavericks.
|Cleveland Cavaliers 118||Orlando Magic 94||Cavaliers||Cavaliers|
|Houston Rockets 103||Washington Wizards 105||Wizards||Wizards|
|Denver Nuggets 113||Charlotte Bobcats 99||Nuggets||Nuggets|
|Indiana Pacers 90||Detroit Pistons 72||Pistons||Pacers|
|Miami Heat 114||Philadelphia 76ers 90||76ers||Heat|
|Atlanta Hawks 103||Milwaukee Bucks 102||Bucks||Hawks|
|Utah Jazz 94||Los Angeles Clippers 107||Jazz||Clippers|
Random NBA Fan’s Record in Yesterday’s Games: 3-4
Random NBA Fan’s Record for the Season: 523-306