Kevin Durant back in business

Busy night in perspective with no less than ten games on the program. The highlight is the return of Kevin Durant for his first in Arizona against Wolves. The Kings will have a second cartridge against Portland to compost their ticket in the Playoffs.


  • 1h : Pacers – Bucks
  • 1h30 : Nets – Rockets
  • 1h30 : Knicks – Heat
  • 1h30 : Sixers – Mavericks
  • 2h : Bulls – Lakers
  • 2h : Grizzlies – Clippers
  • 2h : Thunder – Pistons
  • 2 a.m.: Spurs – Jazz
  • 4h : Suns – Wolves
  • 4h : Blazers – Kings


Suns – Wolves (4h) : Of course, everyone will be watching the Footprint Center to see Kevin Durant return to action after about three weeks of recovery. KD had wallowed in the warm-up in early March against Oklahoma City and injured his ankle, fending off his premiere in front of her new audience. See you at 4 a.m. to check Durantula’s ankle is secure, and if Suns fans are as hot as their new darling.

Blazers – Kings (4h) : new ball for Sac’to. The Californians, in the event of a victory in Oregon, would definitely compost their ticket for the Playoffs. A first since 2006, the all-time draw record is therefore likely to fall tonight. Especially since Damian Lillard is left in the fridge until next season on the side of the Blazers. This time it’s good for the Kings.


  • At 1:30 a.m., a very beautiful Knicks – Heat at Madison Square Garden. Miami must imperatively win if the Floridians want to give themselves a chance to avoid the Play-In.
  • A boiling Sixers – Mavs at the same time at the Wells Fargo Center, where Dallas is forced to win so as not to mortgage its chances for the Play-In. Facing a normally aligned Joel Embiid, the Mavs’ holey racquet will have to pull out all the stops.
  • Finally, at 2 o’clock, an extremely important Bulls – Lakers at the United Center. For LeBron James’ second game (even if he is listed as uncertain) since his return, the Purple & Gold must not flinch if they want to keep their small game ahead of OKC and Dallas. Objective: Minimum play-in.

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