On Friday, at 1:30 CET, Miami Heat meet Sacramento Kings at the American Airlines Arena. So far, The Sacramento Kings are averaging 103.8 points on 45 percent shooting and allowing 107.9 points on 47.5 percent shooting. The Kings are coming off a Wednesday loss to the Hawks in which they shot 44.2 percent from the field and turned the ball over 20 times. They have allowed 100-plus points in all 12 games this season and have lost 10 of their last 12 road games. The Kings have to get their defense going if they are going to turn their season around!

Meanwhile, at 2:00 CET, the Cavaliers are heading to Quicken Loans Arena where they will open a three-game home-stand against the Milwaukee Bucks. Including the following match, Cleveland (8-3) will play five of the next seven contests at The Q where they are a perfect 5-0 in 2015-16. Since the 19th January of last season, the Cavaliers embrace a 25-1 regular season record at home, winning by double figures in 17 of the 26 games and outscoring opponents by 11.7 points per game (105.5-93.8) over that stretch.

At 4:30 CET, the Warriors put their undefeated record on the line on when they visit the division rival Los Angeles Clippers. The nationally televised contest will be the second Dubs-Clippers matchup of the season, as the Warriors erased a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter of a 112-108 victory at home on the 5th November. Another win would surely guarantee the Dubs - at least - a split of the season series with the Clippers, not to mention add more padding in the division standings!

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