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NBA National Cable TV Schedule – March 21-27

For many casual fans, the NBA season, though it actually began in late October, really begins to gain steam and interest on Christmas Day, when NBA games are showcased on broadcast and cable TV all day. With the NFL season having ended, many more fans will be tuning in to the NBA, so at the TV, Internet and Phone Blog we’re going to provide the national cable TV schedule for each week. Here’s the schedule for the upcoming week, beginning today, Tuesday, March 21. All times EST.

  • Tuesday, March 21
    • Chicago Bulls at Toronto Raptors, 7pm on ESPN
    • San Antonio Spurs at Minnesota Timberwolves, 9:30pm on ESPN
  • Wednesday, March 22
    • Atlanta Hawks at Washington Wizards, 8pm on ESPN
    • New York Knicks at Utah Jazz, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Thursday, March 23
    • Toronto Raptors at Miami Heat, 7pm on NBATV
  • Friday, March 24
    • Atlanta Hawks at Milwaukee Bucks, 8pm on NBATV
  • Saturday, March 25
    • Washington Wizards at Cleveland Cavaliers, 7:30pm on NBATV
  • Sunday, March 26
    • Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets, 3:30pm on ABC
    • Portland Trail Blazers at Los Angeles Lakers, 9:30pm on NBATV
  • Monday, March 27
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at San Antonio Spurs, 8pm on TNT
    • New Orleans Pelicans at Utah Jazz, 10:30pm on TNT

DIRECTV channel listings: NBATV 216, ESPN 206, TNT 245.

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NBA National Cable TV Schedule – March 7-13

For many casual fans, the NBA season, though it actually began in late October, really begins to gain steam and interest on Christmas Day, when NBA games are showcased on broadcast and cable TV all day. With the NFL season having ended, many more fans will be tuning in to the NBA, so at the TV, Internet and Phone Blog we’re going to provide the national cable TV schedule for each week. Here’s the schedule for the upcoming week, beginning today, Tuesday, March 7. All times EST.

  • Tuesday, March 7
    • Portland Trail Blazers at Oklahoma City Thunder, 8pm on NBATV
  • Wednesday, March 8
    • Detroit Pistons at Indiana Pacers, 8pm on ESPN
    • Boston Celtics at Golden State Warriors, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Thursday, March 9
    • San Antonio Spurs at Oklahoma City Thunder, 8pm on TNT
    • Los Angeles Lakers at Phoenix Suns, 10:30pm on TNT
  • Friday, March 10
    • Golden State Warriors at Minnesota Timberwolves, 8pm on ESPN
    • Washington Wizards at Sacramento Kings, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Saturday, March 11
    • Golden State Warriors at San Antonio Spurs, 8:30pm on ABC
  • Sunday, March 12
    • Chicago Bulls at Boston Celtics, 3:30pm on ABC
    • Miami Heat at Indiana Pacers, 6pm on NBATV
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at Houston Rockets, 9pm on ESPN
  • Monday, March 13
    • Atlanta Hawks at San Antonio Spurs, 8pm on TNT
    • Los Angeles Lakers at Denver Nuggets, 10:30pm on TNT

DIRECTV channel listings: NBATV 216, ESPN 206, TNT 245.

NBA National Cable TV Schedule – February 28-March 6

For many casual fans, the NBA season, though it actually began in late October, really begins to gain steam and interest on Christmas Day, when NBA games are showcased on broadcast and cable TV all day. With the NFL season having ended, many more fans will be tuning in to the NBA, so at the TV, Internet and Phone Blog we’re going to provide the national cable TV schedule for each week. Here’s the schedule for the upcoming week, beginning today, Tuesday, February 28. All times EST.

  • Tuesday, February 28
    • Golden State Warriors at Washington Wizards, 7pm on NBATV
    • Charlotte Hornets at Los Angeles Lakers, 10:30pm on NBATV
  • Wednesday, March 1
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at Boston Celtics, 8pm on ESPN
    • Houston Rockets at Los Angeles Clippers, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Thursday, March 2
    • Golden State Warriors at Chicago Bulls, 8pm on TNT
    • Oklahoma City Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers, 10:30pm on TNT
  • Friday, March 3
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at Atlanta Hawks, 7pm on ESPN
    • San Antonio Spurs at New Orleans Pelicans, 9:30pm on ESPN
  • Saturday, March 4
    • Los Angeles Clippers at Chicago Bulls, 8:30pm on ABC
  • Sunday, March 5
    • Golden State Warriors at New York Knicks, 3:30pm on ABC
    • Utah Jazz at Sacramento Kings, 6pm on NBATV
    • Oklahoma City Thunder at Dallas Mavericks, 8:30pm on ESPN
  • Monday, March 6
    • Indiana Pacers at Charlotte Hornets, 8pm on TNT
    • Boston Celtics at Los Angeles Clippers, 10:30pm on TNT

DIRECTV channel listings: NBATV 216, ESPN 206, TNT 245.

NBA National Cable TV Schedule – February 21-27

For many casual fans, the NBA season, though it actually began in late October, really begins to gain steam and interest on Christmas Day, when NBA games are showcased on broadcast and cable TV all day. With the NFL season having ended, many more fans will be tuning in to the NBA, so at the TV, Internet and Phone Blog we’re going to provide the national cable TV schedule for each week. Here’s the schedule for the upcoming week, beginning today, Tuesday, February 21. All times EST.

  • Tuesday, February 21
    • NO GAMES – All-Star Break
  • Wednesday, February 22
    • NO GAMES – All-Star Break
  • Thursday, February 23
    • New York Knicks at Cleveland Cavaliers, 8pm on TNT
    • Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors, 10:30pm on TNT
  • Friday, February 24
    • Boston Celtics at Toronto Raptors, 8pm on ESPN
    • San Antonio Spurs at Los Angeles Clippers, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Saturday, February 25
    • Charlotte Hornets at Sacramento Kings, 5pm on NBATV
    • Chicago Bulls at Cleveland Cavaliers, 8:30pm on ABC
  • Sunday, February 26
    • Phoenix Suns at Milwaukee Bucks, 3:30pm on NBATV
    • New Orleans Pelicans at Oklahoma City Thunder, 7pm on NBATV
    • Charlotte Hornets at Los Angeles Clippers, 9:30pm on NBATV
  • Monday, February 27
    • Milwaukee Bucks at Cleveland Cavaliers, 7pm on TNT
    • Indiana Pacers at Houston Rockets, 9:30pm on TNT

DIRECTV channel listings: NBATV 216, ESPN 206, TNT 245.

NBA National Cable TV Schedule – February 14-20

For many casual fans, the NBA season, though it actually began in late October, really begins to gain steam and interest on Christmas Day, when NBA games are showcased on broadcast and cable TV all day. With the NFL season having ended, many more fans will be tuning in to the NBA, so at the TV, Internet and Phone Blog we’re going to provide the national cable TV schedule for each week. Here’s the schedule for the upcoming week, beginning today, Tuesday, February 8. All times EST. Note: this weekend is the All-Star Game.

  • Tuesday, February 14
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at Minnesota Timberwolves, 8pm on NBATV
    • Sacramento Kings at Los Angeles Lakers, 10:30pm on NBATV
  • Wednesday, February 15
    • Indiana Pacers at Cleveland Cavaliers, 7pm on ESPN
    • New York Knicks at Oklahoma City Thunder, 9:30pm on ESPN
  • Thursday, February 16
    • Boston Celtics at Chicago Bulls, 8pm on TNT
  • Friday, February 17
    • Rookie-Sophomore Young Stars Game, 9pm on TNT
  • Saturday, February 18
    • Skills Challenge and Slam Dunk Contest, 8pm on TNT
  • Sunday, February 19
    • All-Star Game, 8pm on TNT

DIRECTV channel listings: NBATV 216, ESPN 206, TNT 245.

NBA National Cable TV Schedule – February 7-13

For many casual fans, the NBA season, though it actually began in late October, really begins to gain steam and interest on Christmas Day, when NBA games are showcased on broadcast and cable TV all day. With the NFL season having ended, many more fans will be tuning in to the NBA, so at the TV, Internet and Phone Blog we’re going to provide the national cable TV schedule for each week. Here’s the schedule for the upcoming week, beginning today, Tuesday, February 7. All times EST.

  • Tuesday, February 7
    • Orlando Magic at Houston Rockets, 8pm on NBATV
  • Wednesday, February 8
    • Los Angeles Clippers at New York Knicks, 8pm on ESPN
    • Chicago Bulls at Golden State Warriors, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Thursday, February 9
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at Oklahoma City Thunder, 8pm on TNT
    • Boston Celtics at Portland Trail Blazers, 10:30pm on TNT
  • Friday, February 10
    • Indiana Pacers at Washington Wizards, 8pm on ESPN
    • Chicago Bulls at Phoenix Suns, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Saturday, February 11
    • Golden State Warriors at Oklahoma City Thunder, 8:30pm on ABC
  • Sunday, February 12
    • San Antonio Spurs at New York Knicks, 3:30pm on ABC
    • Detroit Pistons at Toronto Raptors, 6pm on NBATV
    • New Orleans Pelicans at Sacramento Kings, 9pm on NBATV
  • Monday, February 13
    • Oklahoma City Thunder at Washington Wizards, 8pm on TNT
    • Atlanta Hawks at Portland Trail Blazers, 10:30pm on TNT

NBA National Cable TV Schedule – January 31-February 6

For many casual fans, the NBA season, though it actually began in late October, really begins to gain steam and interest on Christmas Day, when NBA games are showcased on broadcast and cable TV all day. With the NFL regular season having ended, many more fans will be tuning in to the NBA, so at the TV, Internet and Phone Blog we’re going to provide the national cable TV schedule for each week. Here’s the schedule for the upcoming week, beginning today, Tuesday, January 31. All times EST.

  • Tuesday, January 31
    • Oklahoma City Thunder at San Antonio Spurs, 8:30pm on NBATV
  • Wednesday, February 1
    • Minnesota Timberwolves at Cleveland Cavaliers, 7pm on ESPN
    • Chicago Bulls at Oklahoma City Thunder, 9:30pm on ESPN
  • Thursday, February 2
    • Atlanta Hawks at Houston Rockets, 8pm on TNT
    • Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Clippers, 10:30pm on TNT
  • Friday, February 3
    • Los Angeles Lakers at Boston Celtics, 8pm on ESPN
    • Dallas Mavericks at Portland Trail Blazers, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Saturday, February 4
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at New York Knicks, 8:30pm on ABC
  • Sunday, February 5
    • Los Angeles Clippers at Boston Celtics, 2pm on ABC
  • Monday, February 6
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at Washington Wizards, 7pm on TNT
    • San Antonio Spurs at Memphis Grizzlies, 9:30pm on TNT

DIRECTV channel listings: NBATV 216, ESPN 206, TNT 245.

NBA National Cable TV Schedule

For many casual fans, the NBA season, though it actually began in late October, really begins to gain steam and interest on Christmas Day, when NBA games are showcased on broadcast and cable TV all day. With the NFL regular season having ended, many more fans will be tuning in to the NBA, so at the TV, Internet and Phone Blog we’re going to provide the national cable TV schedule for each week. Here’s the schedule for the upcoming week, beginning today, Tuesday, January 10. All times EST.

  • Tuesday, January 10
    • Boston Celtics at Toronto Raptors, 7:30pm on NBATV
    • Miami Heat at Golden State Warriors, 10:30 on NBATV
  • Wednesday, January 11
    • Memphis Grizzlies at Oklahoma City Thunder, 8pm on ESPN
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at Portland Trail Blazers, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Thursday, January 12
    • Chicago Bulls at New York Knicks, 8pm on TNT
    • Detroit Pistons at Golden State Warriors, 10:30pm on TNT
  • Friday, January 13
    • Boston Celtics at Atlanta Hawks, 8pm on ESPN
    • Detroit Pistons at Utah Jazz, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Sunday, January 14
    • Chicago Bulls at Memphis Grizzlies, 9pm on ESPN
    • Detroit Pistons at Los Angeles Lakers, 9:30pm on NBATV
  • Monday, January 16
    • Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors, 8pm on TNT
    • Oklahoma City Thunder at Los Angeles Clippers, 10:30pm on TNT

DIRECTV channel listings: NBATV 216, ESPN 206, TNT 245.

NBA National Cable TV Schedule

For many casual fans, the NBA season, though it actually began in late October, really begins to gain steam and interest on Christmas Day, when NBA games are showcased on broadcast and cable TV all day. With the NFL regular season having ended, many more fans will be tuning in to the NBA, so at the TV, Internet and Phone Blog we’re going to provide the national cable TV schedule for each week. Here’s the schedule for the upcoming week, beginning today, Tuesday, January 3. All times EST.

  • Tuesday, January 3
    • Utah Jazz at Boston Celtics, 7:30pm on NBATV
    • Memphis Grizzlies at LA Lakers, 10:30 on NBATV
  • Wednesday, January 4
    • Chicago Bulls at Cleveland Cavaliers, 8pm on ESPN
    • Portland Trail Blazers at Golden State Warriors, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Thursday, January 5
    • Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets, 8pm on TNT
    • LA Lakers at Portland Trail Blazers, 10:30pm on TNT
  • Friday, January 6
    • New York Knicks at Milwaukee Bucks, 8pm on ESPN
    • Memphis Grizzlies at Golden State Warriors, 10:30pm on ESPN
  • Sunday, January 8
    • Utah Jazz at Memphis Grizzlies, 8pm on NBATV

DIRECTV channel listings: NBATV 216, ESPN 206, TNT 245.

NBA Opening Night on Cable TV

We’ve reached the end of October, which means the National Basketball Association is beginning its regular season. Many games will be broadcast nationally this year on network and cable TV, with broadcast partners TNT and ESPN/ABC showing many of the marquee matchups and NBATV filling in the blanks.

Tonight is Opening Night, with back-to-back games airing on TNT (DIRECTV channel 245). First, at 8pm EDT, the defending Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers will face the rival Chicago Bulls in Chicago. Then, at 10:30pm EDT, the New Orleans Pelicans will visit the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors in the Bay Area.

There is plenty of interest in both of these games. Any game featuring Lebron James is going to get big ratings, and the Bulls have been a thorn in Lebron’s side since his days with the Miami Heat. Derrick Rose will be playing, Joakim Noah and Pau Gasol will be figuring out how to co-exist in the big frontcourt of the Bulls, and the Bulls will be trying out a new offensive focus under rookie Head Coach Fred Hoiberg. The Cavs, on the other hand, return the major pieces from last year, and are still trying to make them all fit together.

When it comes to the second game of the night, the defending champs playing at home and raising their banner give plenty of reason to watch, but don’t underrated the Pelicans, and their burgeoning star Anthony Davis, the most exciting player to hit the league since Kevin Durant (or maybe even longer).

It’s a long season, and in the middle surely it will become a slog, but it’s the first night of pro basketball in several months, so enjoy these two great matchups.