Dec 10, 2012 NBA Probable Starting Lineups
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Detroit @ Philadelphia
Pistons: B. Knight, (K. Singler/R. Stuckey), T. Prince, G. Monroe, J. Maxiell
Sixers: J. Holiday, J. Richardson, E. Turner, T. Young, L. Allen
Golden State @ Charlotte
Warriors: S. Curry, K. Thompson, H. Barnes, D. Lee, F. Ezeli
Bobcats: K. Walker, J. Taylor, M. Kidd-Gilchrist, B. Mullens, B. Haywood
Keep an eye on the Bobcats’ lineup, as some changes could be coming soon. Gerald Henderson should move back into the starting SG spot and Bismack Biyombo could get a start with Byron Mullens dealing with a sore ankle.
Atlanta @ Miami
Hawks: J. Teague, (D. Harris/L. Williams), D. Stevenson, J. Smith, A. Horford
Heat: M. Chalmers, D. Wade, L. James, S. Battier, C. Bosh
The Hawks lineup is one of the trickier ones to predict early in the day. There’s a good chance they slide Josh Smith to SF, Al Horford to PF and go with Zaza Pachulia at center.
San Antonio @ Houston
Spurs: T. Parker, G. Neal, D. Green, T. Duncan, T. Splitter
Rockets: J. Lin, J. Harden, C. Parsons, P. Patterson, O. Asik
Sacramento @ Dallas
Kings: (I. Thomas/A. Brooks), F. Garcia, J. Salmons, J. Thompson, D. Cousins
Mavs: (D. Fisher/D. Collison), OJ Mayo, J. Crowder, E. Brand, C. Kaman
The Kings could be without Tyreke Evans tonight and the PG spot is a coinflip most nights between Thomas and Brooks.
The Mavs have a timeshare going on at PG right now and either guy could start at any time. Shawn Marion is likely out for this one and Chris Kaman could be a gametime decision.
Toronto @ Portland
Raptors: K. Lowry, D. DeRozan, (L. Kleiza/M. Pietrus), A. Bargnani, J. Valanciunas
Blazers: D. Lillard, W. Matthews, N. Batum, L. Aldridge, JJ Hickson
The Raptors could sit Kyle Lowry tonight with an ankle injury and give Jose Calderon a start. The SF spot is a disaster right now with Mickael Pietrus dealing with a knee injury and Linus Kleiza just returning from an injury.
The Blazers are dealing with a few gametime decisions of their own in Wesley Matthews (thumb and ankle) and Nicolas Batum (back). Check it closer to gametime.