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NBA Rivals Week. Remember those words because that will be next week’s agenda. The NBA is all about rivalries and cramming all of them in one place seems to be a good idea. Some sort of animosity always exists between players, teams, or fans. That is what makes sports exciting and we will be cherishing those moments in the next several days.

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January 23: Portland Trail Blazers at Oklahoma City Thunder

Oh, boy. Here we go. Are the Blazers going to get pummeled again? Earlier this month, Portland lost by 62 points against Oklahoma. To make things worse, the Blazers lost by 43 points when they faced the Thunder way back in November. Perhaps the coaching staff will come up with the correct adjustments this time. We will have to find out.

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January 24: Oklahoma City Thunder at San Antonio Spurs

Everyone is hoping for a better sequel this time. We are talking about the battle between Victor Wembanyama and Chet Holmgren, of course. Both failed to score more than 10 points the last time they faced each other. In that matchup, the Spurs consistently trailed by roughly 20 points in the second half, so a thrilling comeback was always in doubt.

January 24: Phoenix Suns at Dallas Mavericks

The rivalry between Devin Booker and Luka Doncic continues. On the court, they play well and talk trash against each other. Off the court, they say that it is all about respect. This will be the second of three meetings between the two and Doncic already showed up this season by scoring 50 points when they last faced off. Will Booker try to go for 50, too?

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January 27: Washington Wizards at Detroit Pistons

You will never guess what the worst two teams in the Eastern Conference did. They teamed up and executed a trade. The Pistons sent Marvin Bagley III and Isaiah Livers to the Wizards while they received Washington’s Danilo Gallinari and Mike Muscala. Now. it is time to see how this trade will help out two teams struggling to find wins.

January 27:  Los Angeles Lakers at Golden State Warriors

One giant fanbase versus another giant fanbase. How is this going to unfold? The social media world will explode no matter who wins this game. Imagine the online debates and online trolling when the game ends. Stephen Curry’s fans going against LeBron James and his followers will be full of entertainment in those comment sections. Stay tuned.

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