With the NBA All-Star break approaching, many teams in the league are looking to add to their win columns before taking some time to rest. Here are the must-see NBA games for the rest of the week in the NBA, filled with plenty of stars and drama.Must-See NBA Games This Week
Los Angeles Clippers @ Boston Celtics
Tuesday, March 2 at 6:30pm CST on TNT
The Los Angeles Clippers (24-12) are once again in the race for a top-four seed in the Western Conference. Meanwhile, the Boston Celtics (17-17) are looking to get their season back on track. Jaylen Brown will be the most notable star missing in action from this contest. However, Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard will be sure to provide a very entertaining Clippers vs Celtics matchup.
Brooklyn Nets @ Houston Rockets
Wednesday, March 3 at 6:30pm CST on ESPN
James Harden is returning to Houston for the first time since being traded to the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets are in a tight race with the Philadelphia 76ers for the top seed in the Eastern Conference. The Rockets are in the basement of the entire NBA, and Victor Oladipo just turned down a contract extension . Houston allows a limited number of fans in the building, and seeing the reception of Harden will be worth tuning in for Nets vs Rockets. They may have a few interesting things to say.
Oklahoma City Thunder @ San Antonio Spurs
Thursday, March 4 at 8:00pm CST
The San Antonio Spurs have seen a resurgence, after missing the postseason in 2019-20. Meanwhile, the Oklahoma City Thunder are on the outside looking in on the playoffs right now. Both of these teams feature young stars, like Dejounte Murray and Shai Gilgeous- Alexander. Plus, the last time they played, this happened: