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Houston Rockets and the Phoenix Suns live stream will take the Talking Stick Resort Arena at 10:30 pm.
While the Rockets (11-4) are sitting second behind the Warriors in the Western Conference standings, and won six of the last seven games, Phoenix (5-10) is third from the bottom and dropped six of the last seven.
Without a doubt, though, the focus of attention will be in the early game.
Since losing their opening two games of the campaign, Boston (13-2) has won 13 straight to distinguish itself as clearly one of the favored teams for the conference title this season.
However, Kyrie Irving and Co. will face their stiffest test of the season against the Warriors (11-3), who have won seven games in a row and 10 in the last 11 overall.
According to ESPN’s Basketball Power Index, Golden State has a 58.6 percent chance of winning the game, despite the uncertainty about Stephen Curry.
Curry (right thigh contusion) is still listed as probable for the game, but the star guard says he’s hopeful he’ll be able to play.
Another star point guard hoping to feature on Thursday is Houston’s ball handler Chris Paul.
Paul has been out of action since his team’s opener on Oct. 17 with a bruised left knee, but he’s expected to return to the Rockets lineup against the Suns.
“There’s nothing like playing a game,” he told reporters, “so I’m excited about the process of it.”
Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni told reporters before practice in Houston on Wednesday: “He’s ready to go. I think he’s playing tomorrow, so we’ll see.”
Phoenix enters play at 0-2 on the season. The Suns have dropped their first two games of the season. They got blown out in the home opener versus the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night, 124-76. Phoenix played harder on Friday night but lost to the Los Angeles Lakers at home 102-100. The Suns might be the worst team in the Western Conference for the second straight season.
The Clippers are 1-0 on the season. They took it to their arena rival Lakers on Thursday night, 108-92. The Clippers have a new group after the Chris Paul trade with the Houston Rockets. While we’re still not exactly sure what the 2017-18 Clippers will be, we have to like what we saw out of them at home on Thursday night.
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