How to Watch Bucks at Nets & All Other Week 12 NBA Games on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV & More




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The National Basketball Association will be tipping off Week 12 with a loaded lineup. NBA fans can tune in and watch 12 nationally televised games on the hardwood this week. NBA superstars that will be showcased throughout the week include Ja Morant, Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Kemba Walker, LeBron James, Trae Young, and more.

Cord cutters can find out how to watch all of Week 12 below.

Monday, January 3 – Results

GameTime (ET)Network
Houston Rockets 113 at Philadelphia 76ers 1337:00 PMATTSN-SW, NBC Sports Philadelphia
Charlotte Hornets 121 at Washington Wizards 1247:00 PMBally Sports SE-CHA, NBC Sports Washington
Memphis Grizzlies 118 at Brooklyn Nets 1047:30 PMNBA TV, YES, Bally Sports SE
Orlando Magic 98 at Chicago Bulls 1028:00 PMBally Sports Florida, NBC Sports Chicago
Detroit Pistons 115 at Milwaukee Bucks 1068:00 PMBally Sports DET, Bally Sports WI
Utah Jazz 115 at New Orleans Pelicans 1048:00 PMATTSN-RM, Bally Sports NO
Denver Nuggets 89 at Dallas Mavericks 1038:30 PMAltitude, Bally Sports SW-DAL
Miami Heat 108 at Golden State Warriors 11510:00 PMNBA TV, NBC Sports Bay Area, Bally Sports Sun
Atlanta Hawks 131 at Portland Trail Blazers 13610:00 PMBally Sports SE, ROOT SPORTS
Minnesota Timberwolves 122 at LA Clippers 10410:30 PMBally Sports North, Bally Sports SoCal

NBA TV will be the home of tonight’s electric doubleheader. Ja Morant and the 23-14 Grizzlies take on Kevin Durant and the 23-11 Nets in the early game at the Barclays Center. Morant is playing the best basketball of his young career and has led Memphis on a 4-game win streak. The Nets are on a 2-game losing streak and have lost 3 of their last 5.

The Chase Center will host NBA TV’s late game when Steph Curry and the 23-14 Warriors welcome Jimmy Butler and the 28-7 Heat. Both teams have won 4 of their last 5 and tonight’s game is expected to be physical. The Heat will be without 3-point shooter Duncan Robinson which may cause a problem if they’re not able to match Curry from long range.

Tuesday, January 4 – Results

GameTime (ET)Network
Memphis Grizzlies 110 at Cleveland Cavaliers 1067:00 PMBally Sports SE, Bally Sports Ohio
San Antonio Spurs 104 at Toronto Raptors 1297:00 PMBally Sports SW, SN
Indiana Pacers 94 at NY Knicks 1047:30 PMNBA TV, MSG, Bally Sports Indiana
Phoenix Suns 123 at New Orleans Pelicans 1108:00 PMBally Sports NO, Bally Sports AZ
Sacramento Kings 114 at LA Lakers 12210:30 PMNBA TV, Spectrum SportsNet, NBC Sports California

NBA TV will be the home of both national games for the second night in a row. The 14-23 Pacers travel to “The World’s Most Famous Arena” to take on the 17-20 New York Knicks. Both teams are currently out of the playoff race, with neither team qualifying for the Play-In Tournament if the season ended today. Luckily, things are close in the Eastern Conference, with the Knicks only 3 games back from a possible play-in spot, while the Pacers are 6 games back.

There will be no love in California when the 19-19 Lakers welcome the 16-22 Kings to Arena. The Lakers are one of the most disappointing teams so far this season. They’re currently 8th in the West heading into tonight’s game and LeBron James needs to get more out of his teammates if they want to turn their season around. Russell Westbrook hasn’t been playing at his usual All-Star level this year and the Lake Show may make a trade by next month’s trade deadline.

Wednesday, January 5 – Results

GameTime (ET)Network
Detroit Pistons 111 at Charlotte Hornets 1407:00 PMBally Sports DET, Bally Sports SE
Philadelphia 76ers 116 at Orlando Magic 1067:00 PMNBC Sports Philadelphia, Bally Sports Florida
Houston Rockets 114 at Washington Wizards 1117:00 PMATTSN-SW, NBC Sports Washington
San Antonio Spurs 99 at Boston Celtics 977:30 PMNBC Sports Boston, Bally Sports SW
Brooklyn Nets 129 at Indiana Pacers 1217:30 PMBally Sports Indiana, YES
Golden State Warriors 82 at Dallas Mavericks 997:30 PMESPN, Bally Sports SW-DAL, NBC Sports Bay Area
Toronto Raptors 117 at Milwaukee Bucks 1118:00 PMBally Sports WI, SN
OKC Thunder 90 at Minnesota Timberwolves 988:00 PMBally Sports OK, Bally Sports North
Utah Jazz 115 at Denver Nuggets 10910:00 PMESPN, ATTSN-RM, Altitude
Miami Heat 115 at Portland TrailBlazers 10910:00 PMBally Sports Sun, ROOT SPORTS
Atlanta Hawks 108 at Sacramento Kings 10210:00 PMBally Sports SE, NBC Sports California

The NBA returns to ESPN with a doubleheader filled with stars. Steph Curry and the 29-7 Warriors travel to American Airlines Center to take on Luka Doncic and the 19-18 Mavericks. Both teams have won 4 of their last 5 games and Golden State has the best record in the NBA. The Mavs are currently the 6th seed and are on a 3-game win streak.

The Northwest Division will be under the spotlight in the late game when the 18-17 Denver Nuggets welcome the 27-10 Jazz to the Mile High City. Denver’s Nikola Jokic has picked up where he left off following last year’s MVP season, as he leads the Nuggets in points, rebounds, and assists. The Nuggets are coming off a heartbreaking loss in Dallas and will be looking to rebound tonight. Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell have led the Jazz to the 3rd seed in the West and will be looking to pick up another victory over their division rival after beating the Nuggets 122-110 in Salt Lake City earlier this season.

In a noteworthy local game, Kyrie Irving is expected to make his season debut when the 23-12 Nets travel to take on the 14-24 Pacers, according to head coach Steve Nash. The Nets point guard wasn’t expected to play at all this season but things have changed since many of Brooklyn’s players were placed on the health and safety protocols list, however, the Nets only have 2 players expected to miss tonight’s game. Earlier this season, the Nets stated that they weren’t going to allow Irving to play part-time, yet, that could be the plan moving forward.

Thursday, January 6 – Results

GameTime (ET)Network
Boston Celtics 105 at NY Knicks 1087:30 PMTNT
Detroit Pistons 88 at Memphis Grizzlies 1188:00 PMBally Sports DET, Bally Sports SE
Golden State Warriors 96 at New Orleans Pelicans 1018:00 PMNBC Sports Bay Area, Bally Sports NO
LA Clippers 89 at Phoenix Suns 10610:00 PMTNT, Bally Sports AZ, Bally Sports West

TNT will be the home of tonight’s national doubleheader. An Atlantic Division matchup at Madison Square Garden between the Celtics and Knicks will tip things off in the early game. Both teams enter tonight’s game at 18-20 and outside of the 8th seed. The Knicks are expected to be without point guard Kemba Walker, who has seen a resurgence in recent weeks after being benched for playing poor defense.

The night game will feature two Pacific Divison rivals when the 19-19 Clippers travel to the desert to take on the 29-8 Suns. Earlier this year, the Clippers won in LA after a Marcus Morris Sr. game-high 24 points. This time, CP3 and Devin Booker will be looking to lead an injury-riddled Suns team to a victory.

Friday, January 7

GameTime (ET)Network
San Antonio Spurs at Philadelphia 76ers7:00 PMBally Sports SW, NBC Sports Philadelphia
Milwaukee Bucks at Brooklyn Nets7:30 PMESPN, Bally Sports WI, YES
Utah Jazz at Toronto Raptors7:30 PMTSN, ATTSN-RM
Washington Wizards at Chicago Bulls8:00 PMNBC Sports Washington, NBC Sports Chicago
Dallas Mavericks at Houston Rockets8:00 PMBally Sports SW, ATTSN-SW
Minnesota Timberwolves at OKC Thunder8:00 PMBally Sports OK, Bally Sports North
Sacramento Kings at Denver Nuggets9:00 PMAltitude, NBC Sports California
Atlanta Hawks at LA Lakers10:00 PMESPN, Spectrum SportsNet, Bally Sports SE
Cleveland Cavaliers at Portland Trail Blazers10:00 PMBally Sports Ohio, ROOT SPORTS

The 24-12 Nets welcome the defending NBA champions to the Barclays Center in the early game on ESPN’s NBA doubleheader. The 25-15 Bucks are looking to win back-to-back titles by the season’s end. They are currently on a 2-game losing streak and will be searching for a tough road win against the second-best team in the Eastern Conference.

ESPN’s late game is a contest between The Lake Show and the Dirty Birds at Arena. The 17-20 Hawks have lost 3 of their last 5 and are 9-11 on the road this season. The team has been injury-riddled over the last few weeks and will need an all-time performance out of point guard Trae Young if they want to beat the Lakers. LeBron and the 20-19 Lakers had championship goals entering the season but have struggled out the gate, however, they’re turning it around after winning 4 of their last 5.

Saturday, January 8

GameTime (ET)Network
Memphis Grizzlies at LA Clippers3:30 PMBally Sports SE, Bally Sports SoCal
Milwaukee Bucks at Charlotte Hornets7:00 PMBally Sports SE, Bally Sports WI
Orlando Magic at Detroit Pistons7:00 PMBally Sports DET, Bally Sports Florida
Utah Jazz at Indiana Pacers7:00 PMATTSN-RM, Bally Sports Indiana
NY Knicks at Boston Celtics7:30 PMNBA TV, NBC Sports Boston, MSG
Miami Heat at Phoenix Suns9:00 PMBally Sports Sun, Bally Sports AZ

Sunday, January 9

GameTime (ET)Network
Atlanta Hawks at LA Clippers3:30 PMBally Sports SoCal, Bally Sports SE
Washington Wizards at Orlando Magic6:00 PMNBC Sports Washington, Bally Sports Florida
New Orleans Pelicans at Toronto Raptors6:00 PMTSN, Bally Sports NO
Minnesota Timberwolves at Houston Rockets7:00 PMBally Sports North, ATTSN-SW
Denver Nuggets at OKC Thunder7:00 PMBally Sports OK, Altitude
San Antonio Spurs at Brooklyn Nets7:30 PMYES, Bally Sports SW
Chicago Bulls at Dallas Mavericks7:30 PMNBC Sports Chicago, Bally Sports SW
Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors8:30 PMBally Sports Ohio, NBC Sports Bay Area
Sacramento Kings at Portland TrailBlazers9:00 PMNBC Sports California, ROOT SPORTS
Memphis Grizzlies at Los Angeles Lakers9:30 PMBally Sports SE, Spectrum SportsNet

Where to Watch All of This Week’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.

AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to find out which affiliate in your area will broadcast games on your local ABC.

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. Blackout restrictions apply. All League Pass plans include live audio for every game of the season and offline viewing capability. 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.

ChannelDIRECTV STREAMfuboTVHulu with LiveSling OrangeSling BlueYouTube TV
AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh84.99X    
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain84.99X    
AT&T SportsNet Southwest84.99X    
Bally Sports Arizona84.99     
Bally Sports Carolinas84.99     
Bally Sports Detroit84.99     
Bally Sports Florida84.99     
Bally Sports Great Lakes84.99     
Bally Sports Indiana84.99     
Bally Sports Kansas City84.99     
Bally Sports Midwest84.99     
Bally Sports New Orleans84.99     
Bally Sports North84.99     
Bally Sports Ohio84.99     
Bally Sports Oklahoma84.99     
Bally Sports San Diego84.99     
Bally Sports SoCal84.99     
Bally Sports South84.99     
Bally Sports Southeast84.99     
Bally Sports Southwest84.99     
Bally Sports Sun84.99     
Bally Sports Tennessee84.99     
Bally Sports West84.99     
Bally Sports Wisconsin84.99     
Marquee Sports Network84.99X    
NBC Sports Bay Area84.99XX  X
NBC Sports Boston84.99XX  X
NBC Sports California84.99XX  X
NBC Sports Chicago84.99XX  X
NBC Sports Northwest XX  X
NBC Sports Philadelphia XX  X
NBC Sports Washington84.99XX  X
Root Sports Northwest84.99X    
Spectrum SportsNet84.99     
Spectrum SportsNet LA84.99     
SportsNet NY84.99XX  X
SportsTime Ohio84.99     
YES Network84.99     

*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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