5 Baby Bottles (Watch Those Little Eyes Glaze Over)
Oklahoma City Thunder @ Atlanta Hawks (7:30 PM)
This is such an interesting game for both teams. The Hawks, riding a 14 game win streak and the second best record in the NBA, are still competing for the respect of basketball fans who doubt the long term legitimacy of this Atlanta team. A win against the Thunder, a perceived Western Conference power, would go a long way towards validating the Hawks already impressive resume. For OKC, this game is a chance to show the league that when healthy they are amongst the NBA’s best. Plus, with LaMarcus Aldridge’s injury for Portland first place in the Northwest division no longer seems like an insurmountable task for the hard charging Thunder.
4 Baby Bottles (Must Keep Head In Upright Position)
Charlotte Hornets @ Cleveland Cavaliers (7:30 PM)
The Hornets and Cavs are the two hottest teams in the Eastern Conference not named the Atlanta Hawks. Also, how long into this game before LeBron starts defending Kemba Walker?
Chicago Bulls @ Dallas Mavericks (8:00 PM)
Houston Rockets @ Phoenix Suns (9:00 PM)
3 Baby Bottles (Just A Quick Swaddle & Rock)
Orlando Magic @ New York Knicks
Great read in today’s New York Times on Knicks journeyman center Lou Amundson. Who knew that he and some guys names Langston Galloway and Lance Thomas would be the saviors of the 2014-15 New York Knicks season?
2 Baby Bottles (Burp It Out)
Toronto Raptors @ Philadelphia 76ers (7:00 PM)
The Raptors have not been playing good basketball for the past few weeks which would normally be a big problem if it weren’t for the general ineptitude and malaise of all the other teams in the Atlantic division. It’s not even February and Toronto is all but assured a top-3 seed in the playoffs.
New Orleans Pelicans @ Minnesota Timberwolves (8:00 PM)
Los Angeles Lakers @ San Antonio Spurs (8:30 PM)
Boston Celtics @ Denver Nuggets (9:00 PM)
Sacramento Kings @ Golden State Warriors (10:30 PM)
1 Baby Bottle (Only During An Emergency Diaper Change)
Indiana Pacers @ Miami Heat (7:30 PM)
The game of the night during either of the previous two seasons.