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NBA Week 9: Unmissable Games

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Christmas is around the corner. If you’re growing impatient and want to open presents under the tree, you can relax because there are enough NBA games to keep you occupied. Scanning the week ahead, we can point you straight to the best games. Here are five that you might want to keep an eye on.

Dec. 18: Dallas Mavericks at Denver Nuggets

Everyone loves triple-doubles, right? If yes, then this is the game for you. Nikola Jokic can easily grab at least 10 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists in any game. Jokic also knows that Luka Doncic of the Mavericks can do the same. This really is a battle about who can grab a triple-double first.

Dec. 19: San Antonio Spurs at Milwaukee Bucks

There are only four games on this date and it is easy to see why one featuring Victor Wembanyama and Giannis Antetokounmpo would grab our attention. It will be the first meeting between the two and how Wembanyama plays will be scrutinized. Even though the Bucks are heavily favored to win, this will be a great experience for Wembanyama as he learns his way around the league.

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Dec. 20: Los Angeles Clippers at Dallas Mavericks

The season series decider is here and it is happening early in the season. In the first game, NBA fans laughed at the Clippers as they lost by 18 points. In the second game, eyebrows were raised as the Clippers got their revenge, beating the Mavericks by 19. Now, they play for the third and final time this regular season.

Dec. 20: Boston Celtics at Sacramento Kings

Long-range warfare will be the theme for this matchup. The Kings and the Celtics are in the top three when it comes to three-pointers made per game. Needless to say, they are also in the top three in three-point attempts per game. With Sacramento’s De’Aaron Fox and Boston’s Jayson Tatum leading the barrage, let us see who can “out-shoot” who in this battle.

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Dec. 22: Washington Wizards at Golden State Warriors

Jordan Poole returns to the Bay Area. Would the game be better if he had to face Draymond Green? Yes, it definitely would. Poole, who used to play for Golden State, got punched by Green last season, so playing against each other would have been the ultimate drama to witness. However, Green is currently serving an indefinite suspension. Instead, we will just have to see how Poole plays against his former teammates.


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