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Denver Nuggets v Brooklyn Nets

Barclays Center | 11:30am AEDT

The Denver Nuggets will aim for their third win in a row when they visit the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday night. Denver (5-5) has won back-to-back games against the Philadelphia 76ers and New York Knicks, both by double digits, and it will look to close out a three-game road trip undefeated. Nikola Jokic led the way in the Nuggets’ latest win with 22 points and 10 rebounds, giving him a perfect 10 double-doubles in 10 starts this season. Jokic will be a big challenge in the paint for Brooklyn (5-6), which is reeling from back-to-back losses against the Memphis Grizzlies and Oklahoma City Thunder. The Nets have given up at least 106 points in eight of their last nine games, and the 129 points they allowed against the Thunder in their most recent matchup marked the second-highest total of the season. Kevin Durant leads the Nets with a 29.3 scoring average while also contributing 7.6 rebounds and 4.7 assists per game. Jokic leads the Nuggets with 24.4 points, 11.2 boards and 10.4 assists. Kyrie Irving will remain out for the Nets because of personal reasons. That likely means the Nets will need another big effort from Durant, who had 36 points in his first game back from COVID-19 protocols.

Los Angeles Lakers v Houston Rockets

Toyota Center | 12:00pm AEDT

The Los Angeles Lakers seek to win their sixth straight road game to open the season when they visit the Houston Rockets on Tuesday. It will be the second straight matchup between the teams as Los Angeles led by as many as 27 points while rolling to a 120-102 win in Houston on Sunday. Anthony Davis scored 27 points for the Lakers and appears to be healed from the groin injury that forced him to miss Friday’s game against the Chicago Bulls. Tempers flared Sunday with DeMarcus Cousins (Rockets) and Markieff Morris (Lakers) each being ejected at different times due to flagrant fouls. Houston struggled throughout the contest and committed 21 turnovers while hitting just 12 of 41 (29.3 percent) from 3-point range. The Rockets could be short in the backcourt for the rematch as John Wall (migraine) and Eric Gordon (leg) are both listed as questionable. New addition Christian Wood scored 23 points and has been a big bright spot for Houston with averages of 23.3 points and team-leading 9.7 rebounds. LeBron James of the Lakers had 18 points, failing to reach 20 for just the second time this season. Los Angeles has won three of the past five matchups after Houston won 17 of the previous 20.

Indiana Pacers v Golden State Warriors

Chase Center | 2:30pm AEDT

The Golden State Warriors will be coming off a last-second win and the Indiana Pacers a last-minute defeat when they square off Tuesday night in San Francisco. The Warriors (6-4) have won four of five after dropping the opener of a seven-game homestand. Damion Lee’s two free throws with 4.3 seconds left turned a one-point deficit into a 106-105 win over Toronto on Sunday. The Warriors have to be wondering: Which Stephen Curry will show up to face the Pacers? He’s scored 30, 13, 38 and 11 points following his 62-point explosion last Sunday against Portland. The Pacers (6-4) had a chance to pull one out late in their game at Sacramento on Monday, but replay review erased an apparent go-ahead hoop by Domantas Sabonis with 1:27 to go. The Kings pulled away from there to win 127-122 over an Indiana team that was missing T.J. McConnell, who was away from the team to witness the birth of his son, as well as injured T.J. Warren (foot) and Jeremy Lamb. Lamb, who underwent ACL surgery last March, is with the team on its five-game Western swing and could make his season debut as early as Tuesday. The Pacers have lost two straight for the first time this season.

Utah Jazz v Cleveland Cavaliers

Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse | 11:30am AEDT

Momentum will be on their side Tuesday when the Utah Jazz continue a seven-game road trip with a meeting against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Jazz earned victories at Milwaukee and Detroit over the weekend, and are 3-2 on the trip and have a physical challenge to come with games on consecutive days at Cleveland and Washington. After scoring a season-best 131 points at Milwaukee, the Jazz won a slugfest 96-86 at Detroit when Donovan Mitchell scored 28 points and Rudy Gobert grabbed a season-high 19 rebounds. Mitchell is scoring a team-best 23.0 points this season and 26.2 per game on the trip so far. He had a season-best 32 against the Bucks. Utah is looking for its first three-game winning streak. The Cavaliers led most of the first half Monday against the Memphis Grizzlies, fell behind by as many as 16 in the third quarter and lost 101-91 after taking a brief lead in the final period. Andre Drummond had 19 points and 14 rebounds, but Memphis shot 51.3 percent from the field. Cleveland guard Collin Sexton appeared ready to return from an ankle injury, but was a late scratch and missed his third consecutive game. Darius Garland (shoulder) is day-to-day. Cleveland is 2-6 after opening 3-0.

San Antonio Spurs v Oklahoma City Thunder

Chesapeake Energy Arena | 12:00pm AEDT

The Oklahoma City Thunder look to record their first win of the season at Chesapeake Energy Arena on Tuesday when they open a four-game homestand against the San Antonio Spurs. The Thunder lost all three of their home contests this season before completing a five-game road trip with a 4-1 mark. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander made 27 of 47 shots during Oklahoma City’s current three-game winning streak, including 11 of 16 attempts during a season-best 31-point performance in a 129-116 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday. Gilgeous-Alexander, who is averaging team-best totals in points (21.0) and assists (6.8), averaged 21.3 during the teams’ four-game series in 2019-20. Hamidou Diallo followed up his 23-point performance in the Thunder’s 101-89 win at the New York Knicks on Friday with 25 on 10-for-14 shooting from the floor two nights later. While Oklahoma City is returning home for a spell, the Spurs sport a 3-1 record heading into the finale of their five-game road trip. DeMar DeRozan, who averages a team-best 21.2 points, will sit out his second straight game due to personal reasons on Tuesday. Lonnie Walker IV scored 25 points in San Antonio’s 96-88 loss at Minnesota on Sunday. The Spurs and Thunder split their four-game series last season.

Philadelphia 76ers v Miami Heat

Wells Fargo Center | 11:00am AEDT

Two teams severely handcuffed by COVID-19 restrictions are scheduled to meet twice in the next three days, beginning Tuesday night, when the Heat visit the 76ers. Whether the opener comes off on schedule is anybody’s guess. Miami had to postpone its game Sunday at Boston because it was unable to suit up the league-minimum eight players. As of Monday night, only six members of the Heat — Precious Achiuwa, Tyler Herro, Andre Iguodala, Duncan Robinson, Chris Silva and Max Strus — were cleared to play in Philadelphia. The Heat have alternated losses and wins in their first eight games, and are coming off a 128-124 victory at Washington on Saturday. The 76ers were missing Ben Simmons (knee), Furkan Korkmaz (adductor), Tobias Harris, Shake Milton, Vincent Poirier, Matisse Thybulle and Seth Curry, the latter four due to COVID-19 issues, when they fell 112-94 at Atlanta on Monday. They were able to suit up nine players in part because Joel Embiid (sore back), who had 24 points in 23 minutes, and Mike Scott (sore knee) played through injuries that make them questionable on the second night of a back-to-back. On a positive note, the 76ers hope to get Simmons back from his knee injury. The 76ers have lost three straight.