It's a busy night in the Association, the last game before the All Star break for most of the league. Surprisingly though, with the West heavy schedule from Tuesday, there are relatively few games (other than the Clippers themselves) of major interest to the citizens of Clips Nation.
Atlanta at Orlando, 4:00 PM
San Antonio at Cleveland, 4:00 PM
Charlotte at Indiana, 4:00 PM
Chicago at Boston, 4:30 PM, NBA-TV
Denver at Brooklyn, 4:30 PM
Toronto at New York, 4:30 PM
Washington at Detroit, 4:30 PM
Philadelphia at Milwaukee, 5:00 PM
Portland at New Orleans, 5:00 PM
Utah at Minnesota, 5:00 PM
Sacramento at Dallas, 5:30 PM
Houston at LA Clippers, 7:30 PM, NBA-TV, Prime Ticket
The Spurs are visiting the Cavs, and they will probably be without a bunch of key players like Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili and Stephen Jackson, but it doesn't seem to matter to that team who plays. The Spurs are a machine -- a game-winning machine.
The Nuggets, losers of two straight heartbreakers on the road, are playing in Brooklyn in the second night of a back to back, after a triple OT loss on Sunday in Boston and a last second loss in Toronto last night. They might also be missing Andre Iguodala and Danilo Gallinari. Denver has had some tough breaks for sure, and this could be another one.