UNDATED (AP) — It's a basketball bonanza with 14 games on the NBA schedule on the last busy night before the All-Star game.
League-leading Golden State will be at home, where the Warriors have lost just three times, to face Sacramento.
The Kings handed Golden State one of its NBA-best nine losses the last time the two teams met earlier this month.
The Eastern Conference-leading Cavaliers can put even more distance between themselves and second-place Indiana in the Central Division when they meet tonight. Cleveland heads into the game with a 9 1-2 -game lead over the Pacers, who have dropped four straight.
The Celtics try to keep their run going when they host Philadelphia. Atlantic Division-leading Boston has won ten of its last 11 games.
Atlanta will try to gain some ground on idle Washington at the top of the Southeast Division, when the Hawks visit the Clippers. Atlanta is just a game and a-half behind the Wizards. The Hawks may have Thabo Sefolosha back after he missed eight games with a groin injury.
Northwest Division-leading Utah tries to end three-game skid when the Jazz host Portland.
Southwest Division-leading San Antonio is making the sixth stop on an eight-game road trip when they visit Orlando.