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Orlando Magic v Dallas Mavericks

American Airlines Center | 12:30pm AEDT

Luka Doncic aims for his third consecutive strong outing when the Dallas Mavericks host the Orlando Magic on Saturday. After a lukewarm start, Doncic is heating up. The 21-year-old averaged 35.5 points, 12.5 rebounds and 12 assists as the Mavericks posted road wins over the Houston Rockets and Denver Nuggets earlier this week. Doncic had 38 points, 13 rebounds and nine assists in Thursday’s 124-117 overtime win over the Nuggets. Dallas will be shorthanded with starters Dorian Finney-Smith and Josh Richardson and backup Jalen Brunson each missing the game due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols. The Mavericks are shooting to beat Orlando for the 14th time in the past 18 meetings. The dominance has been even stronger at home with Dallas winning the last eight matchups and 18 of 21. The Magic were trounced 132-90 on Friday to begin a stretch in which eight of nine games are on the road. Forward Aaron Gordon (hamstring) sat out the contest but coach Steve Clifford expects him to play against the Mavericks. Guard Evan Fournier (back) isn’t as likely and could miss his fifth consecutive game. Nikola Vucevic has recorded six double-doubles after recording 22 points and 12 rebounds versus the Rockets.

Atlanta Hawks v Charlotte Hornets

Spectrum Center | 11:00am AEDT

The Charlotte Hornets look to knock off the Atlanta Hawks for the second time in four days when the teams meet Saturday in Charlotte. Gordon Hayward exploded for a career-best 44 points on 15-of-25 shooting when the Hornets posted a 102-94 road win on Wednesday. Hayward followed up with 26 points on Friday — 22 in the second half — as Charlotte recovered from a 12-point halftime deficit to record a 118-110 triumph over the host New Orleans Pelicans. Miles Bridges added 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting for the Hornets, who scored 71 second-half points. Rookie LaMelo Ball barely missed his first career triple-double as he registered 12 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists. Charlotte will be looking to defeat the Hawks for the 12th time in the past 16 meetings. Atlanta enters the rematch on the heels of three straight losses. Star Trae Young had a season-worst seven points on 2-of-9 shooting in Wednesday’s loss to Charlotte while John Collins was superb with 23 points and 11 rebounds for his third double-double of the season. Big man Clint Capela collected a season-best 19 rebounds and is averaging 14 boards over the past five games. Veteran Tony Snell (foot) is listed as questionable and could make his season debut.

Portland Trail Blazers v Sacramento Kings

Golden 1 Center | 2:00pm AEDT

The Trail Blazers and Kings are both seeking consistency when they meet twice in the next five days, starting with Saturday in Sacramento. In a case of odd scheduling, both teams will play Monday (the Trail Blazers at home against Toronto, the Kings at home against Indiana) before getting a rematch — also in Sacramento — on Wednesday. Portland snapped a two-game losing streak with a 135-117 home win over Minnesota on Thursday that featured a 47-point second quarter. Damian Lillard bombed in seven 3-pointers on a 39-point night. The Trail Blazers shot 18-for-41 on 3-pointers. They rank second in the league in treys made (16.3) and attempted (42.5), but their outcome often is determined by their percentage. They’ve made 41.7 percent in wins, 34.5 in losses. The Kings watched the Raptors scorch them for 20 3-pointers in 39 attempts in Sacramento’s 144-123 home loss on Friday. Rookie Tyrese Haliburton countered with 5-for-7 accuracy on 3s for the Kings, but his teammates combined for just 10-for-27. De’Aaron Fox, who has been battling a tight hamstring, was limited to 25 minutes in hopes he could handle the back-to-back scheduling. He found time for 23 points, making nine of his 11 shots. The Kings have lost four of five.

Cleveland Cavaliers v Milwaukee Bucks

Fiserv Forum | 12:00pm AEDT

The Milwaukee Bucks will try to bounce back from a loss one night earlier when they host the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday. At 5-4, Milwaukee is looking to recover from a 131-118 loss at home against the Utah Jazz. The Bucks will try to tighten up their defense after allowing the Jazz to shoot more than 50 percent from the field and 47.2 percent (25 of 53) from 3-point land. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored a team-high 35 points but also missed some time after a hard fall. He returned to the game, and coach Mike Budenholzer did not provide any specifics into his star player’s condition afterward. Khris Middleton will try to stay hot for the Bucks after scoring 31 points and grabbing 10 rebounds against the Jazz. Meanwhile, Cleveland should be better rested following Thursday’s 94-90 win over the Memphis Grizzlies. The victory boosted the Cavaliers’ record to 5-4. Andre Drummond will look to create problems in the paint for the Bucks after posting 22 points and 15 rebounds his last time out. Larry Nance added 18 points on 7-for-7 shooting, including 4 of 4 from beyond the arc, in the win over Memphis. Cedi Osman had 16 points to boost his season scoring average to 11.7.

San Antonio Spurs v Minnesota Timberwolves

Target Center | 12:00pm AEDT

The San Antonio Spurs will try to see if their play at Los Angeles can translate elsewhere when they stay on the road for a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday. It is the first of two games between the teams with another at Minnesota on Sunday. The Spurs enter off a 116-113 victory over the Clippers on Tuesday and a 118-109 triumph over the Lakers on Thursday. LaMarcus Aldridge scored a team-best 28 points against the Lakers. The Spurs are 4-1 with him on the court. He missed three earlier games with an ankle injury, including two previous defeats to the Lakers. DeMar DeRozan scored 19 points with eight assists against the Lakers. The Timberwolves are on a six-game losing streak after winning their first two games. The common thread is that Karl-Anthony Towns played in those first two games but has missed the last six with a dislocated wrist and is not yet ready to return. The Wolves scored a season-best 117 points at Portland on Thursday, but they also gave up a season-high 135 in the loss. Rookie Anthony Edwards had a season-best 26 points. Minnesota is second worst in the NBA, giving up 121.9 points per game.

Denver Nuggets v Philadelphia 76ers

Wells Fargo Center | 7:00am AEDT

After falling by seven points Thursday in a home overtime loss to the Dallas Mavericks, the Denver Nuggets will look to regroup Saturday as they face the Philadelphia 76ers to open a three-game road trip. There’s reports that the game could be postponed unless the 76ers can get at least two of seven players in the health and safety protocol cleared to play in the aftermath of Seth Curry testing positive for COVID-19 Thursday. Nikola Jokic scored 17 of his season-high 38 points for the Nuggets Thursday in the fourth quarter while adding 11 rebounds. He has notched at least a double-double in all eight games. Jamal Murray added 21 points and a season-best nine assists. Philadelphia saw its five-game winning streak snapped with a 122-109 loss at the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday. Shake Milton made his first start of 2020-21 in place of an injured Curry (left ankle) and scored a season-high 24 points for the fifth 20-point game of his career. Philadelphia’s Danny Green has swished at least three 3-pointers in four successive games, the fifth time in his career he has accomplished the feat. The 76ers lead the all-time series against the Nuggets 51-39 and have won three straight at home.

Miami Heat v Washington Wizards

Capital One Arena | 11:00am AEDT

The Miami Heat will head out for their first extended road trip of the season when they travel to Washington D.C. to face the Wizards on Saturday. The Heat continue to alternate defeats with victories and will enter off a 107-105 home loss to the Boston Celtics on Wednesday. The positive is that Jimmy Butler scored 26 points with eight rebounds and looks comfortable again after an ankle injury forced him to miss two games before the new year. The Heat took the Celtics to the final second before falling in an Eastern Conference finals rematch. Miami will play the first of four consecutive road games. The Wizards have dropped consecutive road games, falling 141-136 Wednesday in a shootout against the Philadelphia 76ers, before falling 116-107 to the Boston Celtics on Friday. Washington trailed by 28 in the second half against Boston before getting as close as four points in the fourth quarter. Bradley Beal has scored 101 points in consecutive games, following a 60-point performance against the 76ers with a 41-point night at Boston. He was 36 of 64 (56.3 percent) from the field in the two games. Russell Westbrook had just 12 points Friday (4 of 16 from the field). Washington is 0-4 at home this season.

Phoenix Suns v Indiana Pacers

Bankers Life Fieldhouse | 11:00am AEDT

The Indiana Pacers vie to record their second three-game winning streak of the season on Saturday when they host the Phoenix Suns in Indianapolis. Malcolm Brogdon has been on a tear of late, averaging 29.7 points and 8.3 assists over his last three games. Brogdon has posted career-high point totals in two of his last three contests, including a 35-point performance in the Pacers’ 114-107 victory over the Houston Rockets on Wednesday. Brogdon lit into the Suns in their last meeting, making four 3-pointers to highlight his 25-point effort in the Pacers’ 114-99 loss at Phoenix on Aug. 6. Domantas Sabonis did not play in that game due to injury, but he hasn’t missed a beat to start this season. Sabonis had 22 points and 12 rebounds to notch his eighth consecutive double-double in 2020-21. Speaking of double-doubles, Deandre Ayton notched his second straight and fifth of the season in the Suns’ 110-105 overtime loss to the Detroit Pistons on Friday. Ayton, who collected 14 points and 12 rebounds on Friday, had 23 and 10, respectively, in the last meeting with Indiana. Devin Booker had 23 points against the Pistons and had 20 points and 10 assists in the previous encounter with the Pacers.