Sporting Alert – The 2016 NBA playoffs will tip-off this weekend with four games, as defending champions Golden State Warriors start the second half of their championship defense.
Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio Spurs – with the 2 best records, will battle at Oracle Arena on Thursday night, live on TNT and TNT Overtime.
OAKLAND, CA, Sporting Alert – Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala are both doubtful for the Golden State Warriors, but the champs are still favored by 7.5 points to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder.
MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert – Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat welcome the Golden State Warriors at the AmericanAirlines Arena on Wednesday night.
Oklahoma City Thunder will look to rebound from their defeat to the Indiana Pacers the last time out when they face the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday. This game will be streaming live on ESPN3.
CLEVELAND, Sporting Alert – Defending Eastern Conference champions Cleveland Cavaliers play host to the Chicago Bulls on Thursday while the San Antonio Spurs and the Los Angeles Clippers meet in another game on the night.
TORONTO — The 2016 NBA All-Star festivities will tip-off on Friday with the BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
SAN ANTONIO, Sporting Alert – Dwight Howard will play for the Houston Rockets against the San Antonio Spurs in an NBA clash on Wednesday night. Live coverage will be on ESPN, starting at 8 p.m. ET.
OAKLAND, CA, Sporting Alert – Tim Duncan will sit out for the San Antonio Spurs when they visit the Golden State Warriors in the highlighted NBA game on Monday night.
NEW YORK, Sporting Alert – The Los Angeles Clippers will look to rebound from Thursday night’s setback against the Cleveland Cavaliers when they continue their road trip.
CLEVELAND, OH, Sporting Alert – Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors renew their rivalry in what is expected to be a thriller in the NBA on Monday night.