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Your Weekend NBA Guide: What to Watch During the NFL Commercials

by January 10, 2009 @ 7:55 pm (Category : Uncategorized )

Jan 10th 2009 7:55PM by Matt Moore (author feed)
Filed under: 76ers, Bobcats, Bucks, Bulls, Celtics, Clippers, Hawks, Heat, Jazz, Kings, Knicks, Lakers, Magic, Mavericks, Pistons, Raptors, Rockets, Spurs, Suns, Trail Blazers, Warriors, Wizards, Eastern, Western, Thunder

Look, we recognize that this the arguably the best weekend of football of the year. But if Kerry Collins and Joe Flacco trading getting pounded into the turf, or watching Bryant Westbrook just irritates you, there some options.

SATURDAY HEADLINER:
Detroit at Utah, 8PM

Two teams that have been exemplary over the past three years that are struggling to maintain their championship aspirations, but who have been on a tear, putting the pieces back together. Detroit’s starting to figure out their rotation after the Allen Iverson trade, and Rodney Stuckey has been lights out. Utah just laid a beatdown of epic proportions on Chris Paul and the Hornets, in defense of the Utah-held “8>3″ movement. The Jazz were particularly boosted by the new-and-suddenly-premier Paul Millsap. So you’ve got Utah’s home crowd and the Paul Millsap demolition movement against Detroit’s efficiency. Something’s gotta give.

SUNDAY HEADLINER:
Miami at LA Lakers, 9:30PM

You really need me to break this down? Dwyane Wade’s not being talked about in MVP discussions, even though his team is more competitive than expected, he leads the league in scoring, and the rest of his game is nothing to sneeze at.Kobe Bryant, after a sluggish (by his standards, don’t get your underwear in a trapezoid, Lakers fans) start, has been absolutely blistering. His line last night made me pass out. Now, clearly the Lakers have the better squad and should dominate, but it’ll be fun to see the matchup. Of course, if there was ever a night Andrew Bynum should be able to show why people think he’ll be the next great NBA center (any day now, seriously), it’s Sunday night.
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