NBA All-Star Weekend was the biggest NBA game of the year, but it wasn’t all about the best players.
Here are the top 5 games you’ll be watching on Sunday: NBA All-Stars Saturday NBA All.
Star Weekend will kick off with a game between the Brooklyn Nets and Houston Rockets.
If you haven’t seen the game yet, check out this preview.
Bucks vs Cavaliers (10:30 PM ET, ESPN) There was no need to wait until the evening to see this game, as the Bucks beat the Cavaliers in Cleveland on Friday night.
The Bucks have a chance to win the East, which will put them in position to take on the Cavs.
Bucks rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo was the star of this game.
His scoring, assists and rebounds are going to make it tough for the Cavs to keep up with this team.
Pierce’s dunk against the Cavs has been the highlight of the game for many.
Here is the highlight reel from Saturday’s game.
Dwight Howard vs. Warriors (7:30 p.m.
ET, TNT) It’s been a while since the Rockets have had a game like this.
Howard has been a big part of the Rockets success, but he wasn’t the star.
Howard was dominant on the court and helped his team win the game.
Here is the game recap.
Kobe Bryant vs. Bulls (6:00 p.t.
TNT) Bryant and the Lakers have a great chance to have a good game tonight.
They have the defending champions on the ropes and are looking to win in the first round.
This game is on the line as they face the Bulls.
Bryant is going to give the Bulls a hard time tonight.
A big game tonight for Bryant will give the Lakers a chance at the NBA Finals.
Maurice Harkless vs. Mavericks (6 p.p.m ET, FOX Sports Southwest) Mavericks rookie forward Maurice Harkles has been solid this season.
Harklas is averaging 11.4 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 29.3 minutes per game.
Harnes is a big reason why the Mavericks have been able to win this series.
Harkles should be a big factor tonight.
He’s averaging 14.6 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 22.8 minutes per contest.
Dallas has a chance for a top seed in the Western Conference.
Suns vs Thunder (5:30 a.m., ESPN) This will be a tough game for the Suns to win.
They face the Thunder in the season opener.
Tonight’s game is also a rematch of last year’s game in Oklahoma City.
Russell Westbrook is coming off a triple-double with 15 points, 15 rebounds and 13 assists.
Westbrook has a huge night tonight.
Here is his game recap from last year.
DeMar DeRozan vs. Spurs (6 a.ms., ESPNU) DeRozam is going up against another big man, Tim Duncan.
The two are on a similar level, with Duncan being a good player.
Durant has a ton of experience and a good shot, so he’ll have a hard fight tonight.
The Suns don’t have a ton to lose in this series, but they will need DeRosa to be in the right spot to make his mark.
Duncan had a big night against the Pelicans.
He has a big game against DeRuzan tonight.
This game is set for a high scoring game.