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Monday, November 26th: Knicks @ Nets, 7:00 ET, TNT: Finally, it’s the first ever battle of the boroughs!  This is the game originally scheduled for opening week that got postponed due to Hurricane Sandy, and TNT will treating us to a makeup presentation tonight at 7.  Hopefully Shaquille O’Neal will forget he has to work on a Monday this week! Tuesday, November 27th: Timberwolves @ Kings, 10:00 ET, NBALP: With the memory of Harrison Barnes’ dunk still fresh in his mind, Nikola Pekovic will have an opportunity to take out his rage on DeMarcus Cousins, who he’s been known to tool on in the past.  Also, Rick Adelman returns to his old stomping grounds. Wednesday, November 28th: Rockets @ Thunder, 8:00 ET, NBATV: We’ve got to see James Harden’s introduction, at least.  Revenge games tend to bring out the absolute best or worst in a player, so it should be clear pretty early on how Harden is going to play.  If he looks like he did in the Finals, simply switch over to your choice of what will be many, many options. Thursday, November 29th: Spurs @ Heat, 8:00 ET, TNT: I don’t know why I even bother to include Thursdays as part of these posts.  There’s two games, they’re almost always solid, and they’re on at different times so you can watch them both.  On a semi-related note, has the Inside crew done “Who He Play For?” yet this season?  If not, it’s about damn time.  And don’t give Shaq the answers again, because that wasn’t funny.  As a matter of fact, tell Shaq to stay out of it. Friday, November 30th: Bucks @ Timberwolves, 8:00 ET, NBATV: The Nuggets and the Lakers are cool, but ESPN is most certainly not.  So, watch the Bucks and see how long it takes for Larry Sanders to foul himself out (and how many points, blocks, and rebounds he accrues in the process).  This has become a new favorite League Pass habit of yours truly. Saturday, December 1st: Kings @ Clippers, 10:30 ET, NBATV: Blake Griffin continues his heated rivalry with DeMarcus Cousins as the Clippers aim to get back on track at the Staples Center.  One would think they ought to be able to put some points on the board at home against the Kings, but you never can tell with the Clipps. Sunday, December 2nd: Magic @ Lakers, 9:30 ET, NBATV: This would be a lot more interesting if it were to be taking place in Orlando, but even still… I think it seems slightly more exciting than Suns @ Knicks.  After all, it is a Lakers game on a Sunday night!

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I haven’t been the most devout NBA fan yet in this young season, so I was a little surprised to see that more than a month later, Oklahoma City Thunder fans are still mad at James Harden. In case you forgot – or simply don’t care, because it’s so damn trivial – Harden turned down a contract extension from the Thunder because it was reportedly lower than the max deal that...

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Tomorrow marks exactly a month since the blockbuster trade that sent OKC’s James Harden, Cole Aldrich, Daequan Cook and Lazar Hayward to Houston in return for Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb and picks. Now that the dust has settled, the Rockets will take on the Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena tomorrow night in the 1st matchup between the teams this season. So are the Thunder treating...

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Houston Rockets center Omer Asik accidentally scored on his own basket Tuesday night. Asik made up for his mistake by scoring 13 points and grabbing 18 rebounds while Rockets guard James Harden scored 24 points and forward Patrick Patterson added 22 points to beat the Toronto Raptors 117-101. The Rockets recognized coach Kevin McHale's 23-year-old daughter Sasha McHale'...
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