NBA Week 4: Unmissable Games

NBA Unmissable Games: Clippers Suns Basketball, Jamal Murray, Kawhi Leonard

The fourth week of the NBA is here and we can expect surprises everywhere. We’ve had unexpected wins and baffling losses from the teams so far. Predicting results won’t be an easy task.

This “anybody can win on any given night” feeling only makes the season more exciting.

Now, it is time to line up the upcoming games that are sure to give us some interesting stories.


Nov. 13: New York Knicks at Boston Celtics

The last time they met, Kristaps Porzingis scored 30 points to beat his former team. He also added four blocks and hit a crucial three-pointer down the stretch. That had to feel good. The Knicks, however, will surely be prepared this time and how Porzingis reacts will be the story of the game.

Nov. 14: San Antonio Spurs at Oklahoma City Thunder

We already had a “Chet Holmgren versus Victor Wembanyama” matchup, but that was in the preseason. Now, these two, who have several games under their belts when it comes to NBA experience, will face each other with much higher stakes involved. If this becomes a rivalry throughout their careers, then this is the game where all the comparisons start to count.


Nov. 14: Los Angeles Clippers at Denver Nuggets

The Los Angeles Clippers travel to Colorado to face the Denver Nuggets. It is a chance for fans to see at least six All-Star-caliber players on the same court. With all the big names in this game, everyone’s eyes will be glued to the action. Denver might be the better team, but you can bet that Nikola Jokic will have to work a little bit harder when he faces the new “Big Four” of the Clippers.

Nov. 15: Minnesota Timberwolves at Phoenix Suns

The Timberwolves have been getting quality wins recently. They already have wins against the Celtics and the Nuggets so far in the season. Now, it is time to see how they perform against Kevin Durant and the rest of the Phoenix Suns. Scoring outbursts are to be expected from Anthony Edwards and Durant. Fans already know who to watch out for in this game.

Nov. 16 and 18: Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden State Warriors

The Thunder lost in heartbreaking fashion because of Stephen Curry’s game-winning lay-up during their first meeting of the season. It was a little bit controversial, too, because replays showed Draymond Green touching the rim as the ball went in. Well, Oklahoma’s players are getting two chances to rebound against those Warriors as they play in a back-to-back set-up in San Francisco.

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