How to Watch Cavs at Nuggets, Bucks at Suns & More NBA Games on February 10

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Week 8 of the 2020-12 NBA regular season continues tonight with a schedule of 9 games, including a nationally televised doubleheader. Tonight’s games will feature the reigning and defending NBA champions Los Angeles Lakers, the reigning and defending 2-time NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo, and much more. Fans will be in attendance at select games; however, cord cutters can find out how to watch all of tonight’s NBA games below.

The Games – Start Times and Channel

Games Tip-off time Channel
Toronto Raptors at Washington Wizards 7 p.m. ET TSN, & NBC Sports Washington
Atlanta Hawks at Dallas Mavericks 7:30 p.m. ET ESPN, Fox Sports Southeast, & Fox Sports Southwest
Indiana Pacers at Brooklyn Nets 8 p.m. ET Fox Sports Indiana, & YES Network
Charlotte Hornets at Memphis Grizzlies 8 p.m. ET Fox Sports Southeast
Los Angeles Clippers at Minnesota Timberwolves 8 p.m. ET Fox Sports Prime Ticket, & Fox Sports North
New Orleans Pelicans at Chicago Bulls 9 p.m. ET Fox Sports New Orleans, & NBC Sports Chicago
Cleveland Cavaliers at Denver Nuggets 9 p.m. ET Fox Sports Ohio, & Altitude
Milwaukee Bucks at Phoenix Suns 10 p.m. ET ESPN, Fox Sports Wisconsin, & Fox Sports Arizona
Oklahoma City Thunder at Los Angeles Lakers 10 p.m. ET Fox Sports Oklahoma, & Spectrum SportsNet

NBA on ESPN will be the home of tonight’s nationally televised doubleheader with the first game tipping off at 7:30 p.m. ET between the 11-12 Hawks and 11-14 Mavericks. A  lot of eyes will be on this game because the franchise players for both teams, Luka Dončić and Trae Young, were traded for each other on draft day in 2018. Fans of both teams have been bragging about who is the better player and when these 2 teams met a week ago the Mavs escaped with a 122-116 victory in Dallas.

The second game of ESPN’s doubleheader will tip-off at 10 p.m. ET when the reigning 2-time NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and the 16-8 Bucks travel to the Rust Belt to take on Chris Paul, Devin Booker, and the 14-9 Suns. The Suns have won 6 of their last 7 and haven’t lost a game at home since January 27th. The Bucks have won 5 straight, including their last 3 on the road.

At 7 p.m. ET, YES Network and Fox Sports Indiana will be broadcasting the 12-12 Pacers taking on the 14-12 Nets at the Barclays Center. The Nets have lost 4 of their last 5 and are coming off a disappointing 122-111 upset against the Pistons. They will be without former MVP Kevin Durant tonight. The Pacers have also lost 4 of their last 5; however, they lost closer games against tougher competition.

At 10 p.m. ET, the 19-6 Lakers will host the 10-13 Thunder on Spectrum SportsNet and Fox Sports Oklahoma. The Lakers have won 8 of their last 10 games and are currently on a 5-game win streak. The defending champions have not missed a step this season and LeBron James is looking like the favorite for this year’s NBA MVP. For a young team, the Thunder have been punching above their weight this season. When these 2 teams played on Monday, it was a thriller, the Lakers won 119-112 in overtime.

Where to watch all of today’s NBA games

With a full schedule of NBA games across the country, fans have plenty of choices when it comes to watching each game from tip-off to the last shot.

NBA TV: Fans can get a free 7-day trial with an NBA TV subscription for only $6.99/month or $59.99/year to watch nationally broadcasted games on the only network with 24/7 NBA coverage.

NBA League Pass: Fans can watch live games from their favorite out-of-market teams with one of the packages provided by NBA League Pass. For $119.99/yr. or $17.99/mo. fans can watch all the games from an out-of-market team with Team Pass. Catch every game from any out-of-market team for only $28.99/mo. or $199/yr. with League Pass. Upgrade to a commercial-free experience with League Pass Premium and watch every game from an out-of-market team for only $249.99/yr. or $39.99 mo. Don’t miss a game this season and check out our in-depth coverage on NBA League Pass.

Subscribers to live TV streaming services can check out our chart below to see if your service will be streaming today’s games.

Channel AT&T TV (*Starts at $85/mo.) fuboTV (*Starts at $64.99/mo.) Hulu + Live TV (*Starts $64.99/mo.) Sling TV (*Starts at $35/mo.) Vidgo(*Starts at $55/mo.) Youtube TV (*Starts at $64.99/mo.)
Altitude Yes No No No No No
ESPN Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Fox Sports Regional Networks Yes No No No No No
*NBC Sports Regional Networks Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
Spectrum SportsNet Yes No No No No No
YES Network Yes No No No No No

*Due to the NBA’s blackout restrictions, local fans may have to watch some games on regional sports networks as coverage varies based on location.

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