Don't take too long to open those presents on Christmas morning. You've got a bunch of basketball games to watch.
This year's NBA Christmas Day schedule features multiple MVP candidates, a 2016 NBA Finals rematch and a battle for Staples Center superiority.
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Here's the full slate ready to go once jolly ol' St. Nick is done breaking and entering into stranger's homes (all games ET).
Celtics at Knicks, noon, ESPN
The Celtics (17-12) still aren't at the level of the Cavs and Raptors in the East, but they have played well during their four-game winning streak, including a 112-109 overtime win against the Grizzlies in Memphis. Isaiah Thomas dropped 44 points on only 16 shots in that contest. Thomas is averaging a career-high 26.7 points per game.
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New York (16-13) currently sits right in the middle of a crowded Eastern Conference playoff race. The Knicks are hoping to continue their winning ways at home after taking the last two at Madison Square Garden against the Pacers and Magic. Kristaps Porzingis left the game against Orlando with a right knee contusion, but the injury doesn't appear to be serious. He should be available on Christmas Day.
Warriors at Cavs, 2:30 p.m., ABC
The game of the day and a likely NBA Finals preview. You've got the Warriors (26-4) with the best record in the NBA facing the East-leading Cavs (21-6) for the first time since, you know, that whole losing a 3-1 lead with the unanimous MVP Stephen Curry thing happened. But you may have heard the Warriors added this free agent named Kevin Durant in the offseason. He might make a difference here.
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Cleveland's "Big Three" of LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love is averaging a combined 72 points per game, so don't expect the Cavs to go down easy — unless Tyronn Lue doesn't care and decides to rest everyone.
Bulls at Spurs, 5 p.m., ABC
A struggling Bulls team (14-14) could use a marquee win here. Chicago has lost four of its last five games, failing specifically with late-game execution. Dwyane Wade recently called out the Bulls' fourth-quarter offense, saying "We put a lot of pressure on Jimmy (Butler) in the fourth quarter to make a lot of plays because we're running just one action." Let's see if that changes.
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Hey, the Spurs (23-6) are really good at basketball again. Go figure! Gregg Popovich's team will stay home for Christmas even though Kawhi Leonard and company might prefer to go away for the holidays. The Spurs have the best road record in the NBA (15-2), but they will just have to find a way to win inside the friendly confines of the AT&T Center.
Timberwolves at Thunder, 8 p.m., ESPN
The young Timberwolves (9-19) are learning how hard it is to play winning basketball for a full 48 minu