Top 3 NBA Games of the Week: Feb.4-10


As the NBA season approaches the All-Star break, the league’s top teams continue to jockey for position in their respective conferences and has experiences for the biggest and most significant match-ups of the week. Here are the best of the best; the top three NBA games for the week of Feb.4-10.

Golden State Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder – Feb. 6

One of this season’s biggest surprises will travel to one of the league’s most hostile environments to take on the defending Western Conference champions in a huge midweek showdown. The Warriors and the Thunder are both ranked in the top five of the West coming into the week and they are separated by just five games.

Although the teams have split two games earlier this season, the Warriors won the most recent match-up 104-99 on Jan. 23. Will it be the Thunder’s turn this coming Wednesday?

Whichever team claims the victory, spectators can expect another fantastic game between these two explosive, offensive-minded teams and an unforgettable experience at one of the league’s most electrifying venues – Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Miami Heat – Feb. 8

The reigning NBA champions have not disappointed in their title defense so far, sitting atop the Eastern Conference standings coming into the week. However, things haven’t been easy for LeBron James and Co. and the road to repeat will only get tougher coming down the stretch, which includes a home battle against the youthful and talented Los Angeles Clippers.

The Heat will aim to avenge the 107-100 loss they suffered to the Clippers in L.A. back Nov. 14 and they’ll certainly feel plenty confident at AmericanAirlines Arena, where they are a near flawless 18-3 this season.

Fans experiencing this incredible match-up will get not only premium 100-level seats, but also the option to add deluxe transportation that will make getting to the arena and back a breeze. Make sure you take advanatage of this offer before it’s gone!

 Los Angeles Lakers vs. Miami Heat – Feb. 10

Just two days after the Heat tangle with Blake Griffin and the Clippers, they’ll defend their home floor against L.A.’s other NBA franchise – the Lakers. Although it’s been a rough year for the Lakers, there’s no question they are still capable of beating any team on any night with their wealth of talent.

The Heat will aim for a two-game season sweep of the Lakers after beating them last week, but the Lakers will surely be in desperation mode, and will be going all out in order to snatch a victory away from the defending champions.

This will easily be one of the hottest tickets of the NBA season and there’s no better way to attend the game than with a experience. So don’t miss it!