Top 3 non-OKC Thunder games during the NBA season

The NBA season is upon us, with all NBA teams having their Media Day ending on September 26, each team will be at training camp on September 27, and the NBA’s first preseason is scheduled for September 30.

We are almost fully back to the rhythm of things within the Association, with the first matches of the regular season set to begin on October 18th. While we’re all excited about Oklahoma City Thunder basketball, let’s take a look at the non-Thunder games to get excited about this season.

Non-Oklahoma City Thunder games that all NBA fans should tune in to during the 2022-23 NBA season, headlined by Ja Morant,

1) Christmas Day: The Memphis Grizzlies taking on the Golden State Warriors on basketball’s biggest stage will be an unmissable television show.

O Oklahoma City Thunder Will Not Be Featured on Christmas Day SlateBut this showdown still can’t be missed, with kick-off at 7pm CET, the league’s brightest stars will share the ground in a fabricated rivalry that could create some fireworks.

I think Memphis is one of the most fun teams to watch in the league, with Ja Morant, Desmond Bane and hopefully by Christmas Jaren Jackson Jr. Of course, Steph Curry and the current Champion Warriors play a fine brand of basketball that maybe OKC fans don’t get to see much of during the regular season when they’re not facing the Thunder due to late-night tips.

2) November 13: The new Minnesota Timberwolves visit the Cleveland Cavaliers in an ex-teammates showdown.

There are few teams more interesting than the Minnesota Timberwolves this season. How do Karl-Anthony Towns and Rudy Gobert fit in? What leap can rising star Anthony Edwards take? Will this be a team designed to win in the regular season or postseason? I’ll be passing Wolves in the league all season. To pick a non-Thunder showdown involving Minnesota, I think you should set aside time on November 13th to see them take a trip to Cleveland.

For the Cavaliers, not only do they have Donovan Mitchell and Darius Garland as All-Star players, but Evan Mobley could become one of the best players in the NBA and is paired with Jarrett Allen, who has become one of the best players in the NBA. a star for the first time last season. To unite your starting group, Isaac Okoro, who I think projects himself as a defensive star.

I think the Cavs pair well with the Minnesota duo and Donovan Mitchell’s clash with Rudy Gobert adds a layer of drama that NBA fans love so much.

3) Opening Night, October 19: The Orlando Magic take on the Detroit Pistons

Yeah, I’m sick, okay? But hear me out, it’s opening night so no young player will be left out and everyone (fingers crossed) will be healthy. I’m so interested in how these two Eastern Conference opponents face each other and who has the better youth core?

While this isn’t decided in one game, I think these are going to be two of the most fun teams to follow all season. From Paolo Banchero, Franz Wagner and Jalen Suggs to Cade Cunningham, Jalen Duren and Jaden Ivey.

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