Today we will be previewing two games, both on the NBA slate.
Raptors @ Bulls
The Chicago Bulls (41-29) will look to end a three game losing streak tonight when they take on the Toronto Raptors (40-31) at the United Center. Chicago is 2-8 in their last 10 games overall, while Toronto is on a 6-game road winning streak. The Raptors are currently the 7th seed in the Eastern Conference, 1.5 games back of the Bulls. Patrick Williams is set to make his return tonight for the Bulls, and it is yet to be seen if he will make an appearance in the starting lineup or come off the bench. The Bulls are 2-1 against the Raptors this season, with the Raps winning their most recent meeting 127-120 in Toronto.
Lakers @ Cavaliers
A familiar face will pay a visit to Rocket Mortgage Field house when the Los Angeles Lakers (30-41) travel to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers (41-30). The Cavs are 3-1 in this home stand that concludes tonight against the Lakers. They currently sit at the 6th seed in the East, 1/2 game behind Chicago. The Lakers on the other hand, are looking at the play in tournament to earn the opportunity to make the playoffs. The Cavaliers lost the previous meeting between the two teams in October, by a score of 113-101