Only two small matches tonight, but the joy of being able to see them both, in full, and above all… not just any matches, eh. Jojo, AD, LeBron (although not sure), Curry on a mission and hungry Wolves, send the (nice) program of the night to the NBA!
# THE PROGRAM FOR WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26, 2022
- 1h30: Sixers–Lakers (live on BeIN Sports 1)
- 4h: Warriors – Wolves
# THE MATCH OF THE NIGHT, FINALLY ACCORDING TO US
Sixers-Lakers (1h30): impossible to miss this classic (not at all), this clash at least between Joel Embiid and the duo LeBron James / Anthony Davis (if LeBron plays because he is uncertain), between two teams which logically aim for great things, between the heart franchise of Kobe and his city of birth, yes we go far enough but we have seen worse. The cushy Jojo will have a lot to do but his current form suggests that even alone against 300 warriors, everything seems possible. We start in any case on the duel between, come on, two of the five best interiors in the world, all on the hope refereed by LeBron James as well as George Niang. And therefore, necessarily, 48 minutes which promise to be crazy on the side of the Wells Fargo Center. Im-missable.
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James (left knee pain) is questionable tonight against the Philadelphia 76ers, according to the team.
— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) January 27, 2022
# ALSO WATCH
- All-Star Game starters to be revealed just before Sixers – Lakers
- Stephen Curry facing the franchise which preferred Jonny Flynn and Ricky Rubio to him, because it is in the old valves that we make the best confiote.
- Jonathan Kuminga’s progress.
- Klay Thomposn’s first real heat stroke this season?
- Simply, Anthony Edwards.
Piti pwogwam but nice pwogwam anyway this night in the NBA. Two games and the opportunity to see both, in full, rare enough to be reported so bring your best smile and see you later for the masterclass of Tobias Harris, yes we get wet.