the Nets for a 13th victory in Chicago?

After the early night of Tuesday, the NBA is back in force with its famous Panzani Wednesday. No less than 12 games are on the menu tonight, including a friendly Bulls – Nets which promises some great individual performances.


  • 1h : Cavaliers – Suns
  • 1h : Magic – Thunder
  • 1h : Hornets – Grizzlies
  • 1h : Sixers – Pacers
  • 1h30: Knicks – Spurs
  • 1h30: Raptors – Bucks
  • 2h: Wolves – Blazers
  • 2h: Bulls – Nets
  • 2h: Pelicans – Rockets
  • 4h : Warriors – Pistons
  • 4h : Kings – Hawks
  • 4h : Lakers – Heat


A 13th victory in a row. That’s what the Nets are looking for in Chicago on Wednesday. Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving’s gang haven’t lost since December 4, and something tells us they don’t plan to stop there. In front ? So there will be the Bulls. Bulls who remained on five wins in six games before falling twice against Cleveland and this seriously ill named Donovan Mitchell. Unlike Brooklyn, Chicago has still failed to truly kick off its season, with the Bulls still squatting 11th in the East with a disappointing 16-21 record. The Nets will therefore start as favorites in this match, but we can expect big sparks on both sides with KD, Kyrie, DeMar DeRozan or Zach LaVine on the floor.


  • Donovan Mitchell is on fire, the Phoenix Suns are in crisis, it promises…
  • Magic – Thunder, nice match of hopes.
  • LaMelo Ball vs Ja Morant, it shows.
  • Top 6 duel in the East between Sixers and Pacers. Attention dear TTFL players, Joel Embiid is uncertain.
  • For those nostalgic for 1999, there’s Knicks – Spurs on the program.
  • Extinction of the Dinosaurs expected tonight. Cause: fall of the asteroid Giannis on Toronto.
  • Wolves aren’t doing too well, but Damian Lillard’s Blazers don’t care. Who will emerge victorious in this Western duel?
  • No Zion Williamson or Brandon Ingram on the Pelicans against the Rockets. Good TTFL spot for CJ McCollum.
  • Sixth straight victory to be expected for Golden State against Detroit.
  • Kings – Hawks, it smells like the Kevin Huerter buzzer to assassinate his old team.
  • Speaking of reunions, LeBron crosses paths with the Heat again. Something to bring back two or three memories.

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