NBA: Opening Week TV Schedule

The NBA’s opening night Tuesday packed an awful lot of action in one night — the defending champion San Antonio Spurs won a tight one over Dallas, Anthony Davis continued his campaign to become the league’s next big thing and the Lakers…man, got to feel for those Lakers.

Tonight things extend with a near-full slate of 12 games, including the Chicago Bulls‘ opener in New York against the Knicks. Befitting the Bulls’ standing as an expected contender in the East, they’ll be seen three times on national TV this week, including Friday’s United Center opener against Cleveland. Below you can catch the rest of the NBA’s national schedule for opening week.

Wednesday, Oct. 29

7 pm — Chicago Bulls at New York Knicks (ESPN/WGN)

9:30 pm — Oklahoma City Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers (TNT)

Thursday, Oct. 30

7 pm — Knicks at Cleveland Cavaliers (TNT)

9:30 pm — Thunder at Los Angeles Clippers (TNT)

Friday, Oct. 31

7 pm — Cavaliers at Bulls (ESPN/CSN-Chicago)

9:30 pm — Clippers at L.A. Lakers (ESPN)

Saturday, Nov. 1

7 pm — Bulls at Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA TV/WGN)

9:30 pm — Lakers at Golden State Warriors (NBA TV)

*All times Central

Bonus: Not putting real hoop heads onto anything they don’t know, but check out the NBA League Pass free trial to get an early look at all the other teams in the Association. With the start of a new season also comes the return of one of the best services in sports broadcasting.

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