Today we will be previewing two games, both on the NBA slate.
Bulls @ Bucks
Fresh off a victory at home last night over the Toronto Raptors, the Chicago Bulls (42-29) will travel to Fiserv Forum to take on the Milwaukee Bucks (44-27). The Bucks are coming off a 4 game road trip in which they went 2-2. They most recently dropped a game in Minnesota 138-119, which Giannis Antetokounmpo missed due to left knee soreness. He is probable for tonights game and expected to return. Kris Middleton will be absent for the Bucks tonight, with a wrist injury. Bulls 2020 first round draft pick, Patrick Williams returned last night, coming off the bench to score 7 points in 18 minutes. He provides a much needed spark for the Bulls defense which has been reeling lately without him. The Bulls are yet to defeat the Bucks this season, losing to them in three previous matchups.
Warriors @ Magic
The Golden State Warriors (47-24) begin a 5-game road trip tonight when they travel to the Amway Center to take on the Orlando Magic (19-53). The Warriors are coming off of two straight losses at home, a 110-88 blowout loss against the Celtics, and a close 110-108 loss to the Spurs. Steph Curry, who was injured in the first half of the loss to Boston, is out for at least 2 weeks with a sprained left foot ligament. The Magic are coming off of a 90-85 home win over the Thunder, behind Wendell Carter Jr’s career high 30-point game. This will be the first matchup between these two teams this season.