The team to watch this week has been Miami, with their run of five wins in the last six games, they have been absolutely red-hot. They will be looking to put some distance between themselves and the rest of the Eastern Conference as they travel to Brooklyn to face the Nets. Both teams are coming off losses, but with Kevin Durant making his return to Brooklyn, this could be a tough row to hoe for Miami.
The NBA standings after tonight's action! #NBA75 pic.twitter.com/G0FvOAVp10
Durant has been sidelined with injury since mid-January and the Nets have seen their season slump as a result. With his return from a sprained MCL, Brooklyn will be looking to put together a late run at the Eastern Conference title.
Nets fans seeing Kevin Durant come back and save the season pic.twitter.com/lH99d4kJki
Out west, the Golden State Warriors will visit the Dallas Mavericks in a game that sees them trying to close the gap on Phoenix. Dallas have recently shaken their torpor and are putting up some impressive numbers to see out the back half of the season. The Mavs are fifth in the conference but can improve that and bring the fourth seed within reach with a strong performance tonight.
We really don't know how to even describe this..
.. other than suggesting you watch Steph and the @warriors host Dallas at 7:30pm/et on ESPN. pic.twitter.com/leiDlNtVzR
All times are ETChicago @ Atlanta 7:00 p.m.
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