Hello everyone! If you’re a Kentucky basketball fan, the last thing you are interested in tonight is the NBA, but here’s a quick review of where our former Wildcats are playing tonight, in case you want to set your DVR or stream a game or two later. GO BIG BLUE! #BBN
7:00pm ET on NBA-TV: Milwaukee Bucks (13-13) at Cleveland Cavaliers (20-6). DeAndre Liggins and the Cavaliers will face the Bucks as they continue their fight to the NBA Finals.
7:30pm ET on NBA League Pass: Minnesota Timberwolves (8-19) at Atlanta Hawks (14-14). Karl-Anthony Towns pulls into Atlanta tonight to try to improve their unfortunate record.
7:30pm ET on NBA League Pass: Memphis Grizzlies (18-12) at Detroit Pistons (14-16). Andrew Harrison should get some good minutes tonight as the Grizz face a team in trouble.
8:00pm ET on NBA League Pass: Washington Wizards (12-15) at Chicago Bulls (14-13). A point guard battle of John Wall vs Rajon Rondo? Yes please.
8:00pm ET on NBA League Pass: Oklahoma City Thunder (16-12) at New Orleans Pelicans (10-20). The Thunder are still great but not as great as they were before Kevin Durant’s departure (obviously). Let’s see if Anthony Davis and the Pelicans can get a W against Enes Kanter’s team.
9:00pm ET on NBA League Pass: Sacramento Kings (11-17) at Utah Jazz (18-11). DeMarcus Cousins and Willie Cauley-Stein played in an absolutely bonkers home game vs Portland last night. Boogie scored 55 points. Let’s see how well the Kings do on this back-to-back. Skal Labissiere is still in Reno with the D-League’s Bighorns.
9:00pm ET on NBA League Pass: Houston Rockets (21-8) at Phoenix Suns (8-20). Kyle Wiltjer is in Phoenix to face Devin Booker, Eric Bledsoe, Brandon Knight and Tyler Ulis. This is my pick for game of the night, even though it will probably not be very competitive, but you have the chance to see five former Wildcats in this one.
There you have it, a game-by-game review of where you can find our former Wildcats in the NBA tonight. Now let’s watch Kentucky vs Louisville! GO CATS! BEAT THE CARDS!