Despite the resignation of Dirk Nowitzki, who retired after 21 years with the Dallas Mavericks last summer, the world's best basketball league is more attractive and exciting than ever.
After the crazy trade summer, in which numerous superstars such as Anthony Davis (to the Lakers), Kawhi Leonard (to the Clippers), Russell Westbrook (to the Rockets) and Kevin Durant (to the Nets) changed the franchise, is a statement extremely difficult for the balance of power.
Only one thing is certain: The Toronto Raptors are likely to be able to defend their surprise title after the departure of Finals MVP Leonard in all likelihood. But which team will be the successor? The Houston Rockets, a team from Los Angeles or maybe a team from the East? The newly built Golden State Warriors are no longer a title candidate after the severe hand injury of superstar Steph Curry.
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This question keeps fans and experts busy, as well as the question of how at the beginning of the season still injured super rookie Zion Williamson will take on the New Orleans Pelicans.
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Germans in the NBA and top game LIVE
Dennis SchrOder (Oklahoma City Thunder), Maximilian Kleber (Dallas Mavericks), Daniel Theis (Boston Celtics), Moritz Wagner and Isaac Bonga (both Washington Wizards) and Isaiah Hartenstein (Houston Rockets) currently have six German pros in the NBA under contract ,
SPORT1 + and DAZN regularly broadcast top games and games involving German players LIVE. All games can be followed with the NBA League Pass.
Top games and games of the Germans of the 4th week in the NBA:
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Tuesday, November 12th
Boston Celtics – Dallas Mavericks (1:30 pm)
New Orleans Pelicans – Houston Rockets (2:00 pm)
Golden State Warriors – Utah Jazz (4:30 pm)
Los Angeles Clippers – Toronto Raptors (4:30 pm)
Wednesday, November 13th
Indiana Pacers – Oklahoma City Thunder (1:00 am)
Phoenix Suns – Los Angeles Lakers (3:00 pm)
Thursday, November 14th
Houston Rockets – Los Angeles Clippers (1.30pm)
Boston Celtics – Washington Wizards (1:30 pm)
Los Angeles Lakers – Golden State Warriors (4:00 pm)
Friday, November 15th
New York Knicks – Dallas Mavericks (2:00 pm)
Saturday, November 16th
Houston Rockets – Indiana Pacers (2:00 pm)
Oklahoma City Thunder – Philadelphia 76ers (2:00 pm)
Minnesota Timberwolves – Washington Wizards (2:00 pm)
Golden State Warriors – Boston Celtics (4:30 pm)
Los Angeles Lakers – Sacramento Kings (4:30 pm)
Sunday, November 17th
Minnesota Timberwolves – Houston Rockets (2:00 pm)
Dallas Mavericks – Toronto Raptors (2:30 pm)
Sacramento Kings – Boston Celtics (9:30 pm)
Monday, November 18th
Orlando Magic – Washington Wizards (0:00 AM)
New Orleans Pelicans – Golden State Warriors (1pm)
Los Angeles Lakers – Atlanta Hawks (3:30 pm)