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Miami Heat v Detroit Pistons

American Airlines Arena | 12:00pm AEDT

The defending Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat will be forced into using a skeleton crew when they play host to the Detroit Pistons on Saturday. Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo have been out of late because of COVID-19 protocols, while Tyler Herro left Thursday’s 125-108 loss against the Philadelphia 76ers because of a neck injury. Meyers Leonard has a shoulder injury. In addition, reserves like Goran Dragic, Avery Bradley, Kendrick Nunn, Maurice Harkless, Udonis Haslem and KZ Okpala have been dealing with COVID-19 concerns. It is far from the ideal scenario for a Heat team that has lost three of four in advance of a home back-to-back against the Pistons. The second game will take place Monday. Detroit free-agent addition Jerami Grant is scoring 24.8 points per game, but not much else is going right for the Pistons. Detroit is 0-4 on the road and the team has lost five of six games. Veterans Blake Griffin (13.6 points, 5.9 rebounds) and Derrick Rose (13.9 points, 5.4 assists) have been limited to eight games each. Rose missed the last two games with knee soreness. Pistons rookie Saddiq Bey is off to a strong start with 10.5 points per game and 43.1-percent shooting from 3-point range.

Toronto Raptors v Charlotte Hornets

Amalie Arena | 11:30am AEDT

The Toronto Raptors bid for their first winning streak of the season on Saturday when they host the Charlotte Hornets for the second straight game in Tampa, Fla. The Raptors had lost eight of their first 10 contests of the season before posting a 111-108 victory over the Hornets on Thursday. Chris Boucher came off the bench to match his career best of 25 points and grab 10 rebounds to boost his career-high totals in both categories to 15.3 and 6.5, respectively. Kyle Lowry, who averages a team-best 7.2 assists, had a season-best 12 to go along with 16 points in Thursday’s victory. Streaky Charlotte has answered a season-high four-game winning streak with back-to-back losses. Gordon Hayward sustained a strained left hip in the Hornets’ 104-93 setback to the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night before sitting out the following night’s contest. Hayward, who averages a team-best 22.0 points per game, was listed as questionable on Friday to play in the rematch versus the Raptors. Terry Rozier has notched team-leading point totals in each of the last two games. He averaged 18.3 points in three encounters with Toronto last season. Rookie LaMelo Ball collected 14 points, 11 assists and three steals in the first meeting on Thursday.

Portland Trail Blazers v Atlanta Hawks

Moda Center | 2:00pm AEDT

Atlanta standout Trae Young will look to break out of a scoring funk when the Hawks visit the Portland Trail Blazers on Saturday. Young scored a season-low four points on 1-of-11 shooting in Friday’s 116-92 road loss against the Utah Jazz and has scored in single digits in two of the past four games. He has failed to make a single 3-pointer in three of those four games. Cam Reddish was a bright spot with 20 points and he knocked down 4 of 5 from 3-point range while the rest of the club was a combined 1 of 23. The Hawks have lost five of their past six games. Portland had a four-game winning streak snapped with Thursday’s 111-87 home loss to the Indiana Pacers. Trail Blazers center Jusuf Nurkic fractured his right wrist in the contest and the club hasn’t yet pinpointed how long he will be sidelined. Enes Kanter is slated to start in the middle against the Hawks. Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum scored 22 points apiece but Portland was done in by scoring just 10 second-quarter points to trail by 23 at halftime. The Trail Blazers committed 18 turnovers. The contest is the second of a seven-game homestand for Portland.

Philadelphia 76ers v Memphis Grizzlies

FedExForum | 12:00pm AEDT

A pair of teams looking slightly improved will face off Saturday when the Philadelphia 76ers hit the road to face the Memphis Grizzlies. While the 76ers enter on a two-game winning streak, the Grizzlies have won three in a row and return home after their game against the Timberwolves was postponed Friday because of Minnesota’s COVID-19 concerns. The 76ers put together a back-to-back sweep over the undermanned Miami Heat this week, winning 137-134 at home in overtime Tuesday and 125-108 on Thursday. The Heat were without Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, among others, because of COVID-19 concerns. It was a much-needed return to form for Philadelphia, which dropped a third-consecutive game Monday. Shake Milton returned from health-and-safety protocols to score a season-best 31 points, while Ben Simmons had a triple-double with 10 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists. The Sixers’ Joel Embiid did not make the trip because of a sore right knee. The Grizzlies are close to welcoming back star guard Ja Morant, who has missed the last eight games with a sprained left ankle. Morant had been upgraded to questionable for Friday’s postponed game. Dillon Brooks (16.6 points per game) and Jonas Valanciunas (14.9) have helped keep Memphis on track with victories over Brooklyn, Cleveland and Minnesota.

Brooklyn Nets v Orlando Magic

Barclays Center | 10:00am AEDT

James Harden could make his team debut on Saturday evening when the Brooklyn Nets host the Orlando Magic in New York. Harden is listed as questionable to play for the Nets (7-6), who acquired him from the Houston Rockets on Wednesday as part of a four-team, blockbuster trade. The 31-year-old sharpshooter has claimed the NBA scoring title in each of the past three seasons and eventually will join a superstar trio that includes Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in Brooklyn. However, Irving will not be available against the Magic as he continues to miss time because of the league’s health and safety protocols. Brooklyn will go for its third win in a row after beating the Denver Nuggets and New York Knicks in back-to-back contests. Durant led the Nets in the most recent win with 26 points on 10-for-18 shooting, including 3-for-5 from beyond the arc. The Magic (6-6) will try to bounce back on short rest after losing 124-97 to the Boston Celtics on Friday night. It was the fourth consecutive loss for Orlando, which has failed to score 100 points in any of those contests. Nikola Vucevic tallied 15 points versus Boston after topping 20 in each of the previous three games.

San Antonio Spurs v Houston Rockets

AT&T Center | 9:00am AEDT

After edging the host San Antonio Spurs 109-105 on Thursday night, the Houston Rockets will shoot for a sweep of the back-to-back series when the teams meet again in Houston on Saturday afternoon. Christian Wood posted a double-double of 27 points and 15 rebounds Thursday as the Rockets rallied from a nine-point fourth quarter deficit to win their first game after trading one-time franchise lynchpin James Harden. With John Wall (left knee soreness) and Eric Gordon (lower left leg tightness) out, Houston still saw seven players score at least nine points, with Sterling Brown (23 points, seven rebounds) complementing Wood. According to a report, the status of recently acquired Victor Oladipo and Rodions Kurucs for Saturday is uncertain. Back in the San Antonio lineup following a two-game absence for personal reasons, DeMar DeRozan had 13 points, seven assists and six rebounds Thursday. Keldon Johnson sparked the Spurs with a career-high 29 points, while Lonnie Walker IV matched a career high with four treys en route to 16 points. Walker has hit 25 3s this season; he made a career-best 41 in 2019-20. The Spurs are aiming to erase a five-game losing streak in Houston. San Antonio last won at Toyota Center on Dec. 20, 2016.