Suns vs Clippers Live: NBA has already restarted. The NBA Restart has been heart-stopping and records television ratings. After the high for Phoenix Suns in the first game where they defeated Washington Wizards (125-112), they are now ready to take on Dallas Mavericks. After the restart, Dallas Mavericks lost their first game to Houston Rockets 153-149
GAME: NBA 2020
When: 4 August,
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The Memphis Grizzlies welcome the New Orleans Pelicans to the bubble on Monday, both teams are looking for their first win of the season. The Grizzlies have struggled since the restart began after losing their third straight to the Spurs on Sunday. Zion and the Pelicans have lost their last two against the Jazz and Clippers.
Zion is slowly getting more game time and I’d expect him to have a big night against Memphis, so keep a close eye on his minutes as they start giving the big man more minutes.
Keeping up with the restart schedule can be tough with so many games, we’ve listed the schedule below for the next few days to keep you up to date. Make sure to check back in as this will be updated daily with live coverage, streaming information
The Lakers started strong as they rejoined the NBA’s restart amid the coronavirus outbreak, taking down the Los Angeles Clippers in their first game. However, the top-seeded squad in the west now comes in having dropped their second game to the defending champion Toronto Raptors. On the other side, the Jazz opened with a big win over the Thunder before taking a loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The big injury report news pertains to both James and Davis, who are both listed as day-to-day for the matchup.
As we continue with the NBA Opening Weekend schedule, The New Orleans Pelicans will take on the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday evening in ‘the bubble’ in Florida. The Clippers fell to the Lakers in their first game back and will look to bounce back against Zion and the Pelicans. The Pelicans also are coming off a tough loss to the Utah Jazz on Thursday night.
Monday’s game will air on ESPN via your TV provider. If you have a cable subscription, you can watch via WatchESPN. Fans without cable can also watch for free nationally by signing up for a free trial from fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV and Sling. The Hulu trial runs for seven days while the Sling trial runs for three days.
The Los Angeles Lakers take on the Toronto Raptors Saturday night in the NBA bubble in Florida as some two of the league’s biggest stars take on the defending champs. The NBA’s re-launch amid the coronavirus pandemic has been a success so far, with the bubble staying intact as teams gear up for an NBA Playoffs without fans. The Lakers are fresh off an opening win over the Los Angeles Clippers and are moving forward with their stars in full force. Anthony Davis, LeBron James and Kyle Kuzma are all set to go. Meanwhile, Toronto begins its title defense Saturday with Pascal Siakam and Kyle Lowry set to take the court for their first full-on game action in the bubble. The matchup features teams that are some of the top seeds in their conference. The Raptors entered the coronavirus hiatus going stong with a record of 48-18, making them the No. 2 seed. Meanwhile, the top-seeded Lakers are at the top of the West at 50-14.
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The NBA season officially resumed in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Playoff seeding and the race for the No. 8 seed in the West have already been shaken up. The Los Angeles Lakers evened the score in the battle of L.A. with a close win, and the Giannis Antetokounmpo-James Harden beef was renewed with a Houston Rockets win Sunday night.
The San Antonio Spurs and Portland Trail Blazers are closing the gap on the Grizzlies for the No. 8 seed in the West, and Zion Williamson and the New Orleans Pelicans continue to lose ground. Our experts break down what they saw in the NBA bubble after the first four days of seeding games.