A new week of the NBA season is here.
Based on all the action we saw from Week 2, we can probably expect Week 3 to be equally action-packed. We saw the Boston Celtics score 155 points, witnessed an epic battle between those two Los Angeles teams, and celebrated when Klay Thompson hit a game-winning shot.
Time to look ahead and see what games we have.
November 6: Los Angeles Lakers at Miami Heat
The Los Angeles Lakers embark on a road trip which will include a stop in Miami. That means Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo will have to gear up when they face LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Another player who might be putting extra effort into this game is Thomas Bryant. Bryant, a former Laker who was then traded to Denver, just won a title last year and can’t wait to face his former teammates.
— Blitzburgh (@Blitz_Burgh) November 5, 2023
November 8: San Antonio Spurs at New York Knicks
Victor Wembanyama in the big city. That’s the headline right there. The crowd inside Madison Square Garden will be in for a treat, as well as the people at home who can tune in to this televised game. Are Mitchell Robinson and Isaiah Hartenstein ready for this? They are manning the paint for the Knicks and will be battling Wembanyama under the rim all night.
November 8: Golden State Warriors at Denver Nuggets
This matchup is a playoff preview. When the Warriors travel to Colorado, it will be a battle between the last two NBA champions. Both teams are off to a good start this year and will look to add some rhythm with an important win in the early part of the season.
Warriors/Nuggets WCF gon be amazing hoops
— 🏊♂️ (@R3TROFLOW) October 31, 2023
November 10: Los Angeles Lakers at Phoenix Suns
These teams met recently and it was a close game, even if Phoenix did not have Devin Booker in the lineup. For this match, we can only hope that Booker can play and that the game will be a nail-biter again. How exciting was it last time? Well, the score was tied with 90 seconds to go before the Lakers ended up winning by five.
November 10: Los Angeles Clippers at Dallas Mavericks
The Los Angeles Clippers have a new weapon and he goes by the name of James Harden. The Clippers get to test out their new lineup against one of the best teams in the West right now, and we also get to see Harden play against Kyrie Irving. They were teammates in Brooklyn but will be opponents for this one.
James Harden's stats in (13) 2020-21 games played with Durant and Irving (including playoffs)
11.4 APG (3.2 TO),
2.5 Stocks (STL + BLK)
70.4 TS% pic.twitter.com/7sUAmATBNt
— Robert (@robert40269940) November 2, 2023
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