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NBA Double-header on KPUG

NBA Double-header on KPUG

 

(Undated) — The NBA is showcasing its top superstars on Christmas Day with five games on the slate. The action starts at noon Eastern when the Chicago Bulls battle the Nets in Brooklyn. The Oklahoma City Thunder are in New York to face the Knicks at Madison Square Garden at 2:00 pm Eastern. The two-time defending champion Miami Heat meet the Lakers in Los Angeles at 5:00 pm, the Rockets and Spurs square off in San Antonio at 8:00 pm, and the Los Angeles Clippers clash with the Golden State Warriors in the night cap in Oakland at 10:30 pm.

You can hear the Thunder and Knicks square off at 10:30am (PST) followed by the Heat and Lakers at 2:00pm (PDT) on KPUG.  

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