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The Clippers don't play tonight, but pretty much all the rivals are in action, so if you're watching the game you can chat with other fans here.

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Two-thirds of the league is in action tonight, and there's no shortage of games with implications for the Clippers. The Spurs, Thunder and Warriors are all on the road, while the Grizzlies and Lakers face tough opponents at home. We're into the part of the season where legs are getting very tired, and it's not unusual for good teams to lose games they should win (as happened to the Clippers last night). The League Pass free preview week is still going on, so you may be able to see all of these games, not just the ESPN game and the Lakers.

Minnesota at Washington, 4:00 PM

Boston at Atlanta, 4:30 PM

Detroit at Miami, 4:30 PM

Milwaukee at Cleveland, 4:30 PM

Golden State at Chicago, 5:00 PM

Brooklyn at Memphis, 5:00 PM

Houston at New Orleans, 5:00 PM

San Antonio at Dallas, 5:00 PM, ESPN

Oklahoma City at Sacramento, 7:00 PM

Utah at LA Lakers, 7:30 PM, Time Warner Cable

The Spurs have embarrassed the Mavericks twice already this season, but the Mavs are starting to play better with Dirk Nowitzki looking more like himself, and San Antonio will be without Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich. Golden State faces a very tough game in Chicago after beating the Clippers and the Thunder in consecutive games. The Grizzlies are hosting the red-hot Nets. And the reeling Lakers are at home desperate for a win against a good Utah team.