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Golden State Warriors v Denver Nuggets

Ball Arena | 2:00pm AEDT

The Golden State Warriors will look to defeat Denver for the fifth time in the past six meetings when they visit the Nuggets on Thursday. Golden State is playing on the road for the first time since Dec. 29 as it matches up against a Denver squad that is just 2-4 at home. Which version of Stephen Curry will show up? He has scored 20 or fewer points in three of the past four games and scored 38 in the other. He is shooting just 36.9 percent from 3-point range, well below his 43.3 career mark. The Warriors established a season low for points in Tuesday’s 104-95 home loss to the Indiana Pacers. The Nuggets completed a 2-1 road trip with a 122-116 loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday. Standout Nikola Jokic had 23 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds. Denver again will be without Michael Porter Jr., who is battling the coronavirus and will miss his eighth straight game. Will Barton has been unable to pick up the scoring in Porter’s absence, scoring in single digits in five of the past eight games. Jamal Murray hasn’t found his stride and has tallied 14 or fewer points in three of the past five games.

Houston Rockets v San Antonio Spurs

AT&T Center | 11:30am AEDT

The Houston Rockets will hit the court for the first time since a blockbuster trade when they visit the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night. Houston initiated a huge, four-team trade Wednesday when it shipped embattled superstar James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets. Houston came away with a stockpile of draft picks along with Victor Oladipo from the Indiana Pacers, Dante Exum from the Cleveland Cavaliers and Rodions Kurucs from the Nets. The deal could be a long-term gain for the Rockets but could sting in the short term, as Harden has led the league in scoring for each of the past three seasons. Now comes a test against the Spurs, who are coming off a 112-102 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday. San Antonio has won four of the past five games. DeMar DeRozan leads the Spurs with 21.2 points per game while also contributing 5.6 rebounds and 7.0 assists. Dejounte Murray ranks second on the team with 16.2 points per contest. Houston has enjoyed a strong season from Christian Wood, who is averaging 22.6 points and 9.5 rebounds while shooting 52.9 percent from the field.

Indiana Pacers v Portland Trail Blazers

Moda Center | 2:00pm AEDT

The Portland Trail Blazers tied a franchise record with 23 made 3-pointers on Wednesday. The Indiana Pacers limited Golden State to 13 made 3-pointers on Tuesday. Something will have to give when the Trail Blazers and Pacers meet at Portland on Thursday. Portland’s Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum made six 3-pointers apiece in Wednesday’s barrage, which helped produce a 132-126 win at Sacramento. Portland has won four in a row. Lillard established a season high with 40 points in the win. He now has 43 3-pointers, which is two fewer than Stephen Curry, who was limited to three by the Indiana defense on Tuesday. The Pacers’ 104-95 victory snapped a two-game losing streak. The Pacers did most of their scoring from the interior, with big men Myles Turner (22 points, 12 rebounds) and Domantas Sabonis (18 points, 14 rebounds) leading the way. Indiana hopes to have T.J. McConnell back after he left the team to witness the birth of his son earlier this week, but Victor Oladipo was traded Wednesday to Houston. The Pacers received Caris LeVert from Brooklyn in exchange. LeVert won’t be with his new team in Portland, and must await COVID protocol approval before joining the club. The Pacers haven’t won at Portland since 2007.

Charlotte Hornets v Toronto Raptors

Amalie Arena | 11:30am AEDT

The Toronto Raptors are back home, at least back at their adopted home of Tampa, Fla., and ready to build off some incremental advancements they made on the road when they face the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday. It is the first of consecutive games between the teams at Tampa this week. The Raptors went just 1-3 in the Western Conference trip but scored a franchise-record 144 points in a victory over the Sacramento Kings on Friday, then played a pair of one-point heartbreakers at Golden State and Portland. The Raptors ran out of gas against the Trail Blazers on the second night of a back-to-back, blowing a 14-point, fourth-quarter lead. Toronto’s Pascal Siakam is coming off his first career triple-double: 22 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists at Portland. Toronto is 1-2 as the home team at Tampa. The Hornets are on the second night of a back-to-back, coming off 104-93 home loss Wednesday to the Dallas Mavericks. The result snapped Charlotte’s four-game winning streak. The Hornets’ leading scorer, Gordon Hayward, could be in jeopardy of missing Thursday’s game after leaving Wednesday’s contest in the third quarter with a strained left hip. He had 16 points Wednesday after he put up 34 on Monday in a win over the Knicks.

Miami Heat v Philadelphia 76ers

Wells Fargo Center | 11:00am AEDT

Joel Embiid will look to fill the stat sheet for the second time in three days Thursday night when the host Philadelphia 76ers bid to complete a two-game sweep of the Miami Heat. Embiid scored 20 of his 45 points in the third quarter, and converted all 13 of his free-throw attempts, in the 76ers’ 137-134 overtime victory over the Heat on Tuesday. The 7-footer matched a season high with 16 rebounds and had a season-best five steals. Embiid, who averages team-bests in points (26.6) and rebounds (12.1), is pretty much in line with those numbers (26.8 points, 11.8 rebounds) spread over 10 career meetings with Miami. Danny Green matched a franchise record with nine 3-pointers to highlight a season-high 29-point, 10-rebound performance for Philadelphia, which snapped a three-game losing skid. The Heat hope to continue a season-long trend by alternating losses and wins, at least for one more day. Tyler Herro answered a 31-point performance in Miami’s 128-124 victory at the Washington Wizards on Saturday night with a 34-point effort in the loss to the 76ers. The scoring surge has catapulted the second-year guard to a team-leading 17.7 points per game this season, just ahead of Bam Adebayo (17.4).