Sports fans have been left frustrated by the NBA All Star weekend lineup, and they’ve been looking forward to getting their hands on the game on Thursday, June 6.

While the All Star Game is normally the best opportunity for fans to watch games, the NBA announced Thursday that the league has changed the lineup to include games between the Houston Rockets and the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday, June 5, at the Toyota Center.

The league also announced that the Lakers and Suns will play on Thursday nights starting with Wednesday’s game.

The Lakers are currently a game behind the Clippers, who are tied with the Brooklyn Nets.

The NBA All Stars will be announced on ESPN2 and TNT, the league announced.

The game will be televised by ESPN2 at 5 p.m.

ET, with the game beginning at 7 p.b.m., with highlights of the first quarter and halftime airing live on ESPN.

The Rockets will be joined on Thursday by the Clippers and the Indiana Pacers for a pair of games that are on the NBA schedule, starting with a home game against the Sacramento Kings on Thursday night.

That game will also be televised on ESPN, and highlights of that game will air live on TNT.

The Clippers are tied for the NBA’s best record with the Pacers, who have played just one game in their last three.

The Clippers are also tied for second in the Western Conference, but have dropped four of five.