Latest News and Notes Ahead of Wednesday’s Top NBA Games

December 23rd, 2015 by Michael Whitlow Leave a reply »

A packed 13-game slate for the NBA on Wednesday night includes a few rematches from earlier this season, trips back home for a few stars and the league's two best teams in action against two of younger franchises in the NBA.

The San Antonio Spurs are doing what they usually do: win games without anybody seeming to care. Led by rising star Kawhi Leonard, the Spurs have won 24 of their first 29 games this season, including the last six in a row.

San Antonio's run of excellence has been relatively overshadowed by the 26-1 start from reigning league MVP Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors.

Heading into Wednesday's action, here's a look at a few notes and matchups for the premier games to watch throughout the evening.


Houston Rockets vs. Orlando Magic: Another return home for Dwight Howard and Elfrid Payton's ankle

James Harden is the main attraction in Houston, but on Wednesday night, all eyes will be on Dwight Howard and another return to his professional roots in Orlando.

Howard was easygoing in his post-shootaround interview, including sending a com ...

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