The Nets travel to Philly as 1st plays 2nd in the Eastern Conference standings.
Brooklyn come into this fixture with no rest, after seeing off the Timberwolves with ease last night, though they can expect a whole different beast in the form of the 76ers.
The Nets are still without Harden, who is missing with a hamstring strain and Kyrie who is just doesn’t feel like playing at the minute.
This leaves KD to take on the likes of Embiid, Simmons & Harris, a task made harder when you consider the former MVP is coming off a long stretch on the sidelines.
Philly won the last fixture here by 16 points, with Embiid bullying his way to a game high 33 points.
I doubt Nash will risk giving KD too many minutes in this one, with another Philly blowout looking likely.
The Warriors head to Oklahoma to take on the Thunder in the first of their five game road trip.
The Dubs are coming into this fixture off the back of a massive upset against Denver, an upset with Stephen Curry’s finger prints all over it!
The crafty point guard finished the game with a whopping 53-points, surpassing Wilt Chamberlain as the Warriors all-time score on the way.
The Chef has been cooking up some big scores of late, averaging 38+ points across his last ten games, single handedly keeping the Dubs in the mix for the play-in series.
The two time MVP will be licking his lips in anticipation of this fixture against OKC, who have lost seven on the bounce while allowing their opponents to score 124.3 points.