Another great program with ten matches on the menu, including several on the theme of reunion. Cleveland and New York, who have already crossed swords twice in the pre-season, will meet in particular in Ohio.
Winners on the wire Sunday night (108-107), the Pacers welcome the Celtics again, also from 1:00 am. Sacramento, which itself won in Denver in its first game of the regular season, will this time receive training from Mike Malone (4:00 am).
Finally, the most awaited reunion of the evening will take place in Miami where the Heat, deprived of Jimmy Butler, will again cross swords with Milwaukee (1:30 am, on BeIN Sports 1), a little more than three months after the last clash between the two teams, in the 2020 playoffs conference semifinals.
Beyond the fact that the Bucks have already conceded two losses in three games, including a surprising 20-point loss on the Knicks’ floor, Giannis Antetokounmpo’s teammates will no doubt be driven by a feeling of revenge and by the desire to pull out a big game to turn the page on this early elimination.
Note that the duel between the Piston Killian Hayes and the Warrior Stephen Curry will be broadcast live from 1:00 am on BeIN Sports 4. The meeting between the Clippers and Wolves will then follow.
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