Will the encore be as exciting as the first game? Two nights ago the Brooklyn Nets (9-7) were at full power for the first time with James Harden, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant sharing the court. The Cleveland Cavaliers (7-7) didn’t care.
The Cavs took the Nets to double overtime and emerged victorious by a 147-135 final score that no one saw coming. Now these two teams will go at it again, on the same court, a mere 48 hours later. This time Durant may be watching from the bench since he’s listed as questionable with a sore knee.
The start time for tonight’s Nets and Cavs basketball game is at 7:30 pm ET / 4:30 pm PT. Local TV coverage is provided by Fox Sports Ohio in Cleveland and YES in New York.
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Update to the Status Report for tonight's game:
Kevin Durant (Right Achilles Tendon Surgery – Injury Recovery) – QUESTIONABLE https://t.co/mi9zWCFke2
— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) January 22, 2021