NBA program: Joel Embiid’s Sixers welcome the Allen duo’s Cavs

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NBA program: Joel Embiid's Sixers welcome the Allen duo's Cavs

With the NBA Trade Deadline now behind us, it will be interesting to watch night after night those players who will be wearing a new outfit. That’s good, there is a busy program tonight with no less than eleven games on the menu, including a very attractive Sixers – Cavaliers.

# THE PROGRAM FOR SATURDAY 12 FEBRUARY

  • 11 p.m.: Blazers – Knicks (on beIN Sports 3)
  • 1am: Hornets – Grizzlies
  • 1am: Wizards-Kings
  • 1am: Pelicans – Spurs
  • 1h30: Sixers – Cavs (on beIN Sports 4)
  • 1h30: Raptors – Nuggets
  • 2 a.m.: Bulls-Thunder
  • 2 a.m.: Heat – Nets
  • 2h30: Mavericks – Clippers
  • 2h30: Warriors – Lakers
  • 3 a.m.: Suns – Magic

# THE MATCH OF THE NIGHT, FINALLY ACCORDING TO US

Sixers – Cavs (1h30): Philadelphia and Cleveland are among the teams that have moved in recent days. The Sixers were obviously at the heart of the biggest deal of the deadline when they traded Ben Simmons for James Harden. As for the Cavaliers, they strengthened their backcourt by bringing in Caris LeVert from Indiana, and the latter has already made his debut with his new team since he played against the Spurs on Wednesday and the … Pacers yesterday . We therefore had a first glimpse of what he can bring to Cleveland, however we will have to wait for Harden because the latter will not play until Tuesday at the earliest. But no big deal, the Sixers – Cavs poster still promises a lot since we will see Joel Embiid face the duo Jarrett Allen – Evan Mobley in the racket. This is likely to cause sparks. You add to that a little Darius Garland – Tyrese Maxey duel in the lead and it can quickly become very fun, especially when you know that the two teams are in a pocket handkerchief in the standings. As a reminder, the Cavaliers are second (!) with a record of 35 wins – 21 losses, while Philly is fifth with 35 wins for 22 losses.

# ALSO WATCH

  • The Blazers don’t have many people on their team after the big deadline cleanup, but that doesn’t mean the Knicks can’t lose.
  • Hornets – Grizzlies, fun level we are at the top!
  • The great debut of Kristaps Porzingis with Washington, it is perhaps for this night, against the Kings of Domantas Sabonis.
  • Pelicans – Spurs, a chance to see CJ McCollum and maybe Josh Richardson’s highly anticipated (or not) debut with San Antonio.
  • The Dinos are on eight straight wins and will want to eat Nikola Jokic’s Nuggets. Beautiful poster in perspective.
  • The Bulls welcome the Thunder, in other words, DeMar DeRozan will once again be able to score 35 pawns with his eyes closed.
  • 11th straight loss to come for Brooklyn in Miami? 11th straight loss to come for Brooklyn in Miami.
  • Luka Doncic meets the Clippers, and we know what happens when Luka Doncic meets the Clippers.
  • Warriors – Lakers, it’s hype, just a shame that one of the two teams is on the street.
  • Suns – Magic to finish, if you like blowouts this is for you.

Big night which promises to be very lively. And there should be something for everyone. So meet at 11 p.m. to warm up, with coffee and a smile.

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