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Broadcast schedule for the 2018-19 NBA season

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Here's the updated broadcast schedule for the 2018-19 NBA regular season.

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Some storylines to watch:

  • When will LeBron James return to the team's lineup and how will the Lakers fare upon his return?
  • The Western Conference standings continue to surprise every day. Consecutive losses or wins by any team spices things up.
  • James Harden continues to rack up numbers and lead the Houston Rockets to some much-needed wins. How far can the reigning MVP carry them before Chris Paul returns to the lineup?
  • At the time of writing, the Toronto Raptors and the Milwaukee Bucks are separated by just half a game for the league's best record. Can either team run away and extend the lead?
NBA Broadcast Schedule
Date Teams Time Channel
Thursday, Jan. 24 Hornets at Grizzlies 6:30 AM Ten 1
Thursday, Jan. 24 Nuggets at Jazz 9:00 AM Ten 1
Friday, Jan. 25 Warriors at Wizards 6:30 AM Ten 1,
Friday, Jan. 25 Timberwolves at Lakers 9:00 AM Ten 1
Saturday, Jan. 26 Timberwolves at Jazz 7:30 AM Ten 1
Sunday, Jan. 27 Warriors at Celtics 7:00 AM Ten 1
Monday, Jan. 28 Raptors at Mavericks 5:30 AM Sony ESPN
Monday, Jan. 28 Suns at Lakers 8:00 AM Sony ESPN
Tuesday, Jan. 29 Nuggets at Grizzlies 6:30 AM Sony ESPN
Tuesday, Jan. 29 Hawks at Clippers 9:00 AM Sony ESPN
Wednesday, Jan. 30 Pelicans at Rockets 6:30 AM Sony ESPN
Wednesday, Jan. 30 76ers at Lakers 9:00 AM Ten 1
Thursday, Jan. 31 Grizzlies at Timberwolves 6:30 AM Ten 1
Thursday, Jan. 31 Jazz at Trail Blazers 9:00 AM Ten 1
Friday, Feb. 1 76ers at Warriors 9:00 AM Ten 1
Saturday, Feb. 2 Rockets at Nuggets 8:30 AM Ten 1, Ten 3
Sunday, Feb. 9 Heat at Kings 8:30 AM Ten 1, Ten 3

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