Week 8 of the 2020-21 NBA regular season continues tonight with a lineup of 5 games from both conferences, including a nationally televised doubleheader. Tonight’s contest includes the reigning and defending Eastern Conference champions, a former 2-time MVP, and the best team in the Eastern Conference. 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
|Miami Heat at Houston Rockets||7:30 p.m. ET||TNT, & Fox Sports Sun|
|Toronto Raptors at Boston Celtics||7:30 p.m. ET||TSN, & NBC Sports Boston|
|Indiana Pacers at Detroit Pistons||8 p.m. ET||Fox Sports Indiana, & Fox Sports Detroit|
|Orlando Magic at Golden State Warriors||10 p.m. ET||Fox Sports Florida, & NBC Sports Bay Area|
|Philadelphia 76ers at Portland Trail Blazers||10 p.m. ET||TNT, & NBC Sports Philadelphia|
TNT will be the home of tonight’s nationally broadcasted doubleheader with the 10-14 Heat tipping things off at the Toyota Center to take on the 11-13 Rockets at 7:30 p.m. ET. The Heat are currently on a 3-game win streak and will be looking to extend their streak against a Rockets team that has lost 3 straight games.
The second game of TNT’s doubleheader will tip-off at 10 p.m. ET when the 18-7 76ers travel out west to take on the 13-10 Trail Blazers. The 76ers are the best team in the Eastern Conference and Joel Embiid is looking to stake his claim as NBA MVP with an impressive season. The Trail Blazers escaped Philadelphia with a 121-105 victory when these 2 clubs met earlier in the season.
There are a couple of games around the league that will pique the interest of NBA fans tonight. The Atlantic Division heats up when two 12-win teams go head-to-head in a tough matchup. The 12-11 Celtics will host the 12-13 Raptors at 7:30 p.m. ET on TSN and NBC Sports Boston. When these teams played earlier this season in Tampa via Toronto, the Celtics left with a 126-114 win.
At 10 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Bay Area and Fox Sports Florida, the former 2-time NBA MVP Steph Curry and the 13-12 Warriors make their return home after going 2-2 on a 4-game road trip. They will host a 9-16 Magic team that is 4-8 on the road this season and have won 1 out of their last 9 road games.
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
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.)||Youtube TV (*Starts at $64.99/mo.)|
|Fox Sports Regional Networks||Yes||No||No||No||No|
|*NBC Sports Regional Networks||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
*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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