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NBA Sunday double-header live on Sky Sports - Lakers @ Clippers followed by Thunder @ Celtics

Live coverage available from 7.30pm on Sunday on Sky Sports Arena

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Tune-in for an NBA Sunday Primetime double-header live on Sky Sports Arena with the Los Angeles Lakers visiting the Los Angeles Clippers followed by the Boston Celtics hosting Oklahoma City Thunder.

As the home of the NBA in the UK, Sky Sports will broadcast 134 live regular-season games, including a record 48 in the weekend primetime slots.

That slate continues this weekend...

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Los Angeles Lakers @ Los Angeles Clippers, Sunday 7.30pm, Sky Sports Arena

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LeBron, AD and the Lakers face city rivals the Clippers in the latest clash in the Battle of LA - watch live on Sky Sports Arena on Sunday at 7:30pm

The battle of Los Angeles carries an added fire with the Lakers and Clippers occupying No 1 and No 2 in the West, respectively.

There will be no shortage of talent on display as the LeBron James and Anthony Davis-led Lakers come up against Kawhi Leonard and Paul George of the Clippers, teasing an insight into what was discussed in the two-on-two debate on this week's episode of Heatcheck.

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James and the Lakers Sunday's clash having won 10 of their last 11, including an impressive victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday.

The Lakers appear to have established themselves as the clear frontrunners in the conference, but the Clippers are also in form and come into the clash against their city rivals on a six-game winning run after Thursday night's 120-105 dismantling of the Houston Rockets.

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Oklahoma City Thunder @ Boston Celtics, Sunday 10pm, Sky Sports Arena and Main Event

Houston at Boston
Image: Jayson Tatum drives against Harden during the Celtics' clash with the Rockets

After producing a run of 10 wins and one loss in 11 games, the Boston Celtics have hit a poor run recently losing three of their last four, with the sole victory coming against the disappointing Cleveland Cavaliers.

Jayson Tatum remains in talismanic form, and his recent jump was underlined by the fact he averaged 30.7 points per game across February, amid Boston's effort to put pressure on the second-placed Toronto Raptors in the East.

Ovie: Lebron still in a class of his own
Ovie: Lebron still in a class of his own

At 35, LeBron James is producing a stellar season that adds to his legacy, topping the league in assists and leading the Lakers' charge in the West.

Oklahoma were beaten 112-111 when the teams met back in February but find themselves on the tails of the fourth-placed Utah Jazz and fifth-placed Rockets in the West.

Their persistence with a point-guard rotation of Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Chris Paul and Sixth Man of the Year contender Dennis Schröder appears to be paying off so far in 2020.

The Thunder have won seven of their last 10 games and now look fairly certain to make the playoffs, something which few would have predicted at the start of the season given the loss of the talismanic Russell Westbrook.

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Watch the Lakers take on the Clippers on Sky Sports Arena from 7.30pm on Sunday, followed by Thunder at the Celtics from 10pm on Sky Sports Arena and Main Event

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