We chain! The days pass and resemble Las Vegas, with on the one hand men who make a fortune (or who crack all their savings) in luxury casinos, and on the other the future of the NBA which is taking shape on shiny floors. Nothing against the World Series eh, but we’re going to talk about basketball instead so send the preview of the evening.
- 9 p.m.: Kings-Pacers
- 9:30 p.m .: Nets – Sixers
- 11 p.m.: Knicks-Bulls
- 11:30 p.m.: Suns – Wizards
- 1am: Cavs – Nuggets
- 1h30: Spurs – Warriors
- 3 a.m.: Grizzlies-Wolves
- 3:30 am: Lakers – Hornets
The most exciting summer competition since the stoppage of Intervilles is now well underway, and tonight the fourth meal of the week is hearty. In the program ? A Haliburtonico to begin with, which will nevertheless be more of an opportunity to see a nice duel between Keegan Murray and Bennedict Mathurin, respectively n°4 and 7 of the Draft for the Kings and the Pacers. 9 p.m. is cool, and it will at least save you the hassle of the episode of Capital dedicated to the business of the Camargue. In the process Cam Thomas should still slam 30 against the Sixers of Isaiah Joe and Jaden Springer, and the Nets will hopefully give flying Frenchie Yves Pons just over a few minutes. At 11 p.m. we will jump to a special classic forties with a nice match between the Bulls and the Knicks, a great opportunity for a duel of genres between Marko Simonovic and Jericho Sims, with Dalen Terry and Miles McBride in the background. The end of this complete entry? 11:30 p.m. and a Suns – Wizards which will perhaps offer us a new good performance from Frenchman Olivier Sarr for the Suns and the first baskets or almost from rookie rocker Johnny Davis in Washington.
We continue at 1 hour after a pee/salted butter cracker combo, just in time to appreciate the skills of Ochai Agbachi and the stature of Christian Braun for a Cavs – Nuggets that promises, we still really know how to sell you anything . Maybe a little funkier later, this Spurs – Warriors which will see, among other things, the young Josh Primo and Blake Wesley perform or not for San Antonio and the no less young Moses Moody, Jonathan Kuminga or Gui Santos in Golden State. Grizzlies – Wolves at 3 a.m. and we are obviously expecting a new demo from crack Kenneth Lofton and overall from a Memphis team for the moment more impressive on paper than on the floor, and finally the Lakers and the Hornets will close the ball with a duel between the “sons of” Scotty Pippen Jr. and Shareef O’Neal and the Charlotte kiddie set up in Vegas, in particular, Kai Jones, Mark Williams or Nick Richards.
Come on zou, eight games and almost as many reasons to land in front of the Summer League again tonight, just after tasting
a delicious chianti the little final of the Bleuets at the World Cup. Isn’t life beautiful? Yes, yes, this life is beautiful.