Miami Heat take on the Knicks while Oklahoma City Thunder face the Clippers.
There is a huge double-bill on Sunday in the NBA, as LeBron James and the Miami Heat head to Madison Square Garden where the New York Knicks lie in wait.
The entertainment doesn’t stop there as shortly after Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder travel to Los Angeles to take on the Clippers.
The Heat have been unplayable through February, as they look to extend a 13-game winning streak in New York on Sunday. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have been linking up to devastating effect, and will likely be amongst the points again.
However, the Knicks will be looking to make it a 3-0 series win for the season having beaten Miami twice already this season, by 20 points on both occasions.
Carmelo Anthony will undoubtedly have to be the star of the show, while Tyson Chandler, Amar’e Stoudemire and the vast array of three-point shooters will all have their say.
Following the conclusion of events in the Big Apple, the action heads over to Los Angeles where the Clippers will be looking to take down Western Conference rivals Oklahoma City Thunder.
Both teams are looking to put pressure on the San Antonio Spurs at the top of the pile, but with the likes of Blake Griffin, Kevin Durant, Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook on show, it is not one to be missed.
The Spurs are set to be without Tony Parker for four weeks after he suffered an ankle sprain, so both the Clippers and Thunder will want to put together a strong run of results in order to top the West.
The Chicago Bulls are back in action too, fresh from their win over the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday they travel to Indiana to take on the Pacers.
Things are looking increasingly tight in the Eastern Conference behind Miami, and the Bulls will want to extend their two-game winning streak to further climb up the standings.