How to Watch Nets at Hawks & All Other Week 8 NBA Games on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV & More




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Week 8 of the 2021-22 NBA Regular Season tips off tonight with a full-court press lineup of 9 nationally televised games. LeBron James, Steph Curry, Joel Embiid, Trae Young, Chris Paul, Luka Doncic, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Damian Lillard are some of the NBA’s biggest stars who will be under the bright lights this week

Fans will be in attendance throughout the league; however, cord cutters can find out how to watch all of this week’s NBA games, below.

Monday, December 6 – Results

GameTime (ET)Network
Philadelphia 76ers 127 at Charlotte Hornets 1247:00 PMBally Sports Southeast, NBC Sports Philadelphia
OKC Thunder 114 at Detroit Pistons 1037:00 PMNBA TV, Bally Sports DET, Bally Sports OK
Washington Wizards 110 at Indiana Pacers 1167:00 PMBally Sports Indiana, NBCSWA+
Memphis Grizzlies 105 at Miami Heat 907:30 PMBally Sports Sun, Bally Sports Southeast
Denver Nuggets 97 at Chicago Bulls 1098:00 PMNBC Sports Chicago, Altitude 2
Cleveland Cavaliers 104 at Milwaukee Bucks 1128:00 PMBally Sports WI, Bally Sports Ohio
Atlanta Hawks 121 at Minnesota Timberwolves 1108:00 PMBally Sports North, Bally Sports Southeast
San Antonio Spurs 104 at Phoenix Suns 1089:00 PMBally Sports AZ, Bally Sports Southwest
Orlando Magic 95 at Golden State Warriors 12610:00 PMNBC Sports Bay Area, Bally Sports Florida
LA Clippers 102 at Portland Blazers 9010:00 PMROOT SPORTS PLUS, Bally Sports SoCal

Two of the NBA’s youngest and worst teams will take the floor during tonight’s matchup on NBA TV. The 6-16 OKC Thunder travel to the Motor City to take on the 4-18 Pistons. The NBA’s future stars will be on display tonight as rookies Cade Cunningham and Josh Giddey are looking to stake their claim as Rookie of the Year.

Tuesday, December 7 – Results

Brooklyn Nets 102 at Dallas Mavericks 997:30 PMTNT
NY Knicks 121 at San Antonio Spurs 1098:30 PMBally Sports SW, MSG
Boston Celtics 102 at LA Lakers 11710:00 PMTNT, Spectrum SportsNet

Luka Doncic and Kevin Durant will be the talk of the night when they square off on TNT. The Mavericks will host Brooklyn’s best in what is expected to be a high-scoring offensive contest. If James Harden and Kristap Porzingis can support their team’s respective stars then Tuesday’s matchup could be the game of the week.

Another chapter of the NBA’s greatest rivalry, Celtics-Lakes, will cap off the night. Both teams have been struggling and haven’t lived up to their historical greatness. If LeBron James can’t rewind the clock and become the LeBron of old then the Lakers are in trouble with their current roster construct.

Wednesday, December 8 – Results

GameTime (ET)Network
Philadelphia 76ers 110 at Charlotte Hornets 1067:00 PMBally Sports SE, NBCSP
Chicago Bulls 92 at Cleveland Cavaliers 1157:00 PMBally Sports Ohio, NBC Sports Chicago
Washington Wizards 119 at Detroit Pistons 1167:00 PMBally Sports DET, NBC Sports Washington
NY Knicks 102 at Indiana Pacers 1227:00 PMBally Sports Indiana, MSG
Milwaukee Bucks 104 at Miami Heat 1137:30 PMESPN, Bally Sports Sun, Bally Sports WI
OKC Thunder 110 at Toronto Raptors 1097:30 PMSN, Bally Sports OK
Brooklyn Nets 104 at Houston Rockets 1148:00 PMATTSN-SW, YES
Dallas Mavericks 104 at Memphis Grizzlies 968:00 PMBally Sports SE, Bally Sports SW
Utah Jazz 136 at Minnesota Timberwolves 1048:00 PMBally Sports North, ATTSN
Denver Nuggets 120 at New Orleans Pelicans 1148:00 PMBally Sports NO, Altitude
Portland Trail Blazers 94 at Golden State Warriors 10410:00 PMESPN, NBC Sports Bay Area, ROOT SPORTS
Orlando Magic 130 at Sacramento Kings 14210:00 PMNBC Sports California, Bally Sports Florida
Boston Celtics 111 at LA Clippers 11410:30 PMBally Sports SoCal, NBC Sports Boston

ESPN will be the home of all of the nationally televised NBA action on Wednesday night. An Eastern Conference rivalry renews when the last two Eastern Conference champions square off. Unlike the Heat, the Bucks won the NBA Finals this past season, but they’ve been struggling this year. Jimmy Butler and the Heat have been hit with the injury bug but they entered the week at the 4-seed in the conference.

Steph Curry and Damian Lillard will square off in a Western Conference throwdown during the late game. Lillard isn’t playing up to his potential so far this season but Curry and the Warriors are looking like true title contenders. Expect a lot of logo 3s when these two teams hit the hardwood.

Thursday, December 9 – Results

GameTime (ET)Network
Utah Jazz 118 at Philadelphia 76ers 967:00 PMNBA TV, NBC Sports Philadelphia, ATTSN-RM
LA Lakers 95 at Memphis Grizzlies 1088:00 PMBally Sports SE, Spectrum SportsNet
Denver Nuggets 111 at San Antonio Spurs 1238:30 PMBally Sports SW, Altitude

The battle of the big men will spotlight Thursday night’s national game on NBA TV. Embiid and the Sixers will host Rudy Gobert and the Jazz in what is expected to be a defensive matchup. Gobert and Embiid are two of the best centers of their generation and this could be a possible NBA Finals preview if both can stay healthy.

Friday, December 10

GameTime (ET)Network
Sacramento Kings at Charlotte Hornets7:00 PMBally Sports SE, NBC Sports California
Dallas Mavericks at Indiana Pacers7:00 PMBally Sports Indiana, Bally Sports SW
Brooklyn Nets at Atlanta Hawks7:30 PMESPN, Bally Sports SE, YES
NY Knicks at Toronto Raptors7:30 PMTSN, MSG
Milwaukee Bucks at Houston Rockets8:00 PMATTSN-SW, Bally Sports WI
Cleveland Cavaliers at Minnesota Timberwolves8:00 PMBally Sports North, Bally Sports Ohio
Detroit Pistons at New Orleans Pelicans8:00 PMBally Sports NO, Bally Sports DET
LA Lakers at OKC Thunder8:00 PMBally Sports OK, Spectrum SportsNet
Boston Celtics at Phoenix Suns10:00 PMESPN, Bally Sports AZ, NBC Sports Boston

Friday night’s doubleheader will tip-off at 7:30 on ESPN with an Eastern Conference showdown. Kevin Durant and the Nets will travel down south to take on Trae Youg and a young Hawks team. Young and company will be looking to make a statement by defeating one of the best teams in the NBA.

Jaysen Tatum and the Celtics will travel out west in the late game to take on CP3, Devin Booker, and the Suns. As the defending Western Conference champions, the Suns are looking to continue their dominance in a tough matchup against Tatum and Jaylen Brown.

Saturday, December 11

GameTime (ET)Network
Orlando Magic at LA Clippers3:30 PMBally Sports SoCal, Bally Sports Florida
Utah Jazz at Washington Wizards7:00 PMNBC Sports Washington, ATTSN-RM
Sacramento Kings at Cleveland Cavaliers8:00 PMBally Sports Ohio, NBC Sports California
Chicago Bulls at Miami Heat8:00 PMBally Sports Sun, NBC Sports Chicago
Houston Rockets at Memphis Grizzlies8:00 PMBally Sports SE, ATTSN-SW
Golden State Warriors at Philadelphia 76ers8:30 PMABC
Denver Nuggets at San Antonio Spurs8:30 PMBally Sports SW, Altitude

The NBA returns to ABC for a nationally broadcasted game between the Warriors and Sixers. Steph Curry looks to lead the Warriors over Joel Embiid in the City of Brotherly Love in what may be a preview of the NBA Finals.

Sunday, December 12

Milwaukee Bucks at NY Knicks12:00 PMMSG, Bally Sports WI
Brooklyn Nets at Detroit Pistons6:00 PMBally Sports DET, YES
Dallas Mavericks at OKCThunder7:00 PMBally Sports OK, Bally Sports SW
New Orleans Pelicans at San Antonio Spurs7:00 PMBally Sports SW, Bally Sports NO
Minnesota Timberwolves at Portland Trail Blazers9:00 PMROOT SPORTS, Bally Sports North
Orlando Magic at LA Lakers8:30 PMSpectrum SportsNet, Bally Sports

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.

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.

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

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
NBATV84.99+$11/mo. w/ Add-on +$11/mo. w/ Add-on+$11/mo. w/ Add-onX
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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