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NBA Week 6: Unmissable Games

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After five weeks of NBA action, it is still unclear how the conference standings will shape up. A non-contending team can deliver a surprise win while a strong team from last season can inexplicably lose a game.

Let’s see some of the best games in the upcoming week that are likely to give us some surprising results or stories.

Nov. 27: Washington Wizards at Detroit Pistons

There are five games on this day, and if you were to rank them, this Washington-Detroit matchup would be at the bottom. This, after all, is a battle between two of the worst teams in the East. Why should we pay attention? Well, the answer is Jordan Poole. We get the feeling that Poole, one of the streakiest shooters in the league, is going to do crazy things on the court against an equally weak opponent.

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Nov. 27: Los Angeles Lakers at Philadelphia 76ers

Who is ready for an “Anthony Davis versus Joel Embiid” matchup? That one will be fun to keep tabs on. There is also the scenario of Philadelphia’s Patrick Beverley playing against his former team. Look for him to come up with ways to annoy LeBron James and other Lakers. Who can forget Beverley doing the “too small” celebration after scoring on James several months ago?

Nov. 30: Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors

This game will have a few reunions and it all starts with Chris Paul. Paul used to play for the Clippers and was their point guard for six years. He also played with P.J. Tucker and James Harden when the three of them were with the Houston Rockets. Tucker and Harden are now playing for the Clippers and this mini-reunion could last up to a few days since these teams will be playing each other for two consecutive games.

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Dec. 1: Denver Nuggets at Phoenix Suns

The star power in this game and the postseason vibes in the arena will be amazing. It is only fitting that this game is televised. Too bad these teams will only be seeing each other three times this season, with the other two meetings being scheduled for the month of March. Let’s hope they meet again in the playoffs.

Dec. 2: Houston Rockets at Los Angeles Lakers

That was fast. We will now be witnessing the third installment of the “James-Brooks” rivalry. It’s time to see how Dillon Brooks plays this week. Brooks and his Rockets team won the first meeting by a landslide before the Lakers put the Rockets away by a single point in their second encounter. Home-court advantage goes to the Lakers and they will have to capitalize on this chance to go ahead 2-1 in the season series.

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