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After Thursday evening, all 30 NBA teams will have played their first game of the 2021-22 regular season. 

On Thursday evening, the TNT games are going to be an exciting one. 

The first game features the two best players in the 2018 draft class; Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks and Trae Young and the Atlanta Hawks. 

The second game is a showdown out west between Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors and Paul George and the Los Angeles Clippers. 

How to watch Dallas Mavericks and Atlanta Hawks:

  • Who: Dallas Mavericks vs. Atlanta Hawks
  • When: 7:30 ET
  • Where: State Farm Arena, in Atlanta, GA.
  • TV: TNT
  • Stream: Watch FuboTV
  • Point spread: The Atlanta Hawks are 2-point favorite over the Mavs, according to the website.
  • Last season's records: Mavs 42-30; Hawks 41-31
  • Last season's playoffs: Mavs: lost in first round. Hawks: lost in Eastern Conference Finals. 
  • All-Time Series: The Hawks lead the all-time series 44-36 over the Mavs.

How to watch Los Angeles Clippers And Golden State WarriorsL

  • Who: Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors 
  • When: 10:00 ET
  • Where: Chase Center in San Francisco, CA.
  • TV: TNT
  • Stream: Watch FuboTV
  • Point spread: The Golden State Warriors are 3-point favorites over the Clippers, according to the website 
  • Last season's records: Clippers 47-25; Warriors 39-33
  • Last season's playoffs: Warriors: missed postseason. Clippers: lost in Western Conference Finals.
  • All-Time Series: The Warriors lead the all-time series 132-92 over the Clippers. 

 The Matchup of Doncic and Young is always an exciting one. 

After being drafted in 2018 and traded for each other, the two players have taken he league by storm. 

Young led the Hawks to the Eastern Conference Finals last season, and Doncic and the Mavs have made the playoffs in back-to-back seasons.

Out west, the Warriors will look to continue their good start to the season (they beat the Los Angeles Lakers on the road on Tuesday) and take down a tough team that made the Western Conference Finals last season led by an All-Star in George and a great head coach in Tyronn Lue.