Indiana Pacers (19-15) vs Orlando Magic (19-16)
The Orlando Magic are on a three game losing streak right now and not only are they losing, but they are flat out being out played. They seem really tired and the adjustments they made to their lineup in the beginning of the season seem to be not working anymore. The Pacers have also been playing a little sporadic, but they have been competitive in all of their games thus far.
Pacers W 97-90
Detroit Pistons (19-16) vs Boston Celtics (19-15)
This is going to be a good match-up to watch, since these teams have split games in their last two games against each other. Right now the Pistons are in a small slump right now only winning 2 out of their six games against teams they have the edge against. But with Brandon Jennings slowly returning to his regular form, I expect the Pistons to this hard fought game tonight.
Pistons W 105-103
Memphis Grizzlies (19-17) vs Oklahoma City Thunder (20-11)
The Thunder might be without Kevin Durant tonight as he listed questionable so far, however Anthony Morrow has stepped in very nicely for Durant so far scoring 20 points in their last game. The Memphis Grizzlies have playing great defense lately holding teams to only 94.8 points a game since Dec. 3, however they still have to difficulty scoring the ball even with their change to the lineup going from a big one to a much smaller lineup and having Zach Randolph coming off the bench. The question is going to be if the Grizzlies can keep up with OKC who are averaging 108.5 points a game which is second in the league.
OKC W 110-99
Toronto Raptors (21-15) vs Brooklyn Nets (10-24)
The Raptors are have been dealing with a lot of injuries this season, but have done pretty well thus far and with being said the Nets have been straight up garbage this season. It seems it is time to blow up this team and rebuild and that’s all I have to say this game.
Raptors W 105-85
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