Detroit at Brooklyn 7:30 PM ET
Andre Drummond terrorized the Brooklyn Nets in the season opener and the two-time All-Star center looks for another stellar outing when the Detroit Pistons visit New York on Wednesday. Drummond had 24 points and 20 rebounds when Detroit began the season with a 103-100 home triumph over the Nets on Oct. 17.
Indiana at New York 8:00 PM ET
The Indiana Pacers are trying to build some consistency on offense and stumbled at home in a loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday. The Pacers will try to bounce back and move the ball more when they begin a two-game trip by visiting the New York Knicks on Wednesday.
Denver at Chicago 8:00 PM ET
The Chicago Bulls followed up their best defensive game of the young season with one of the worst defensive performances in franchise history. The Bulls will try to settle into some consistency at that end of the floor when they host the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday.
Utah at Minnesota 8:00 PM ET
Jimmy Butler remains intent on leaving the Minnesota Timberwolves but his ability to put up strong performances may again be needed during Wednesday's home contest against the Utah Jazz. Butler scored 32 points for his second 30-point outing of the campaign when Minnesota notched a 124-120 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday.
New Orleans at Golden State 10:30 PM ET
Klay Thompson began the season in a massive shooting slump, but it only took one game to break out in a big way. Thompson will try to follow up a record-breaking performance as the Golden State Warriors return home to host the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday.
Dallas at L.A. Lakers 10:30 PM ET
LeBron James is getting tired of losing games and he hopes the Los Angeles Lakers can begin a turnaround when they host the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday. The James era started with five setbacks in seven games and three of the losses were by four or fewer points.
San Antonio at Phoenix 10:30 PM ET
The San Antonio Spurs are coming together as a revamped team as they enter Wednesday's road contest against the Phoenix Suns. The Spurs were fractured last season when the Kawhi Leonard drama sabotaged the squad but feel more camaraderie now that Leonard was dealt to the Toronto Raptors.