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Are there any NBA games today, Wednesday 2nd of March?

Another round of NBA regular season games is here and we've got the break down for you, as well as the full schedule of games for Wednesday March 2nd.

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Another round of NBA regular season games is here and we've got the break down for you, as well as the full schedule of games for Wednesday March 2nd.
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It's another night in the NBA, which means a variety of games to choose from. Can James Harden bring it once again for his new team, Will Giannis and his Bucks get the better of the conference leading Miami Heat and can the Pelicans keep pace with the rest of the pack and manage to secure a play in spot? These questions and many more are what we're aiming to find out!

Will the 76ers' James Harden make the Knicks pay again?

As we come down to the business end of the NBA regular season, it's now all about the battle for playoff spots. Where the 76ers are concerned not only have they won their last three straight games, but they are actually on a potential course to win the Eastern Conference out right, if they can maintain their form. Of course it doesn't hurt that they now have James Harden who has quite simply been on fire since joining Philadelphia two games ago. Indeed, Harden will be making his home debut when the Sixers face off against the Knicks on Wednesday night. There is also the small matter of MVP candidate Joel Embiid who even the Knicks say is the best in the league. For the record, the Sixers are currently 37-21 while the Knicks are on a five game losing streak with 25-36 ahead of their rematch with Philadelphia. It should be noted that these two met last Sunday with the Sixers coming out on top 125-109

Kyle Lowry aside, can Giannis and co. bring it to the Heat?

The Eastern Conference leading Miami Heat have been in scintillating form this season and a large part of that, has been due to the Kyle Lowry. The point guard has averaged 13.4 points, 4.6 rebounds, 7.9 assists, and 1.2 steals, while shooting 42.5% from the field, and 35.6% from beyond the arc. Modest though it may seem, he's been as consistent as ever. Unfortunately it now seems that the Heat won't be able to count on Lowry. According to the Heat's injury report as well as comments from both Jimmy Butler and head coach Erik Spoelstra, Lowry won't be available against the Bucks due to personal family reasons. With Lowry out, the Bucks can definitely breathe easier, however, it would be improper not to acknowledge that the Bucks definitely have weapons of their own.

NBA regular season schedule for March 2nd

All times listed in ET

Charlotte Hornets vs Cleveland Cavaliers @ 7:00 PM
Indiana Pacers vs Orlando Magic @ 7:00 PM
Knicks vs 76ers @ 7:30 PM ESPN
Jazz vs Rockets @ 8:00 PM
Heat vs Bucks @ 8:00 PM
Kings vs Pelicans @ 8:00 PM
Thunder vs Nuggets @ 9:00 PM
Blazers vs Suns @ 10:00 PM

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