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NBA weekly schedule: Where to Watch presented by PRO•LINE


The NBA season is underway and we're bringing the national television schedule to you each week with Where to Watch presented by PRO•LINE.

The weekly schedules will run Monday-Sunday and will include matchups, times, locations and television channels.

There are 17 games on the national TV slate this upcoming week, so take a look at where to catch NBA basketball each night.

All times Eastern.

Monday, Oct. 22 - four games

Toronto Raptors vs. Charlotte Hornets [7:30 p.m.]


Radio: SN 590

Location: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

The Raptors enter this matchup with a 3-0 record after defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics and Washington Wizards in their opening week. Kawhi Leonard and Kyle Lowry have been phenomenal so far this season, leading the charge in the Raptors' perfect record. The Hornets' Kemba Walker was one of the top performers of the opening week, averaging 35.3 points per game in Charlotte's 2-1 start.

Boston Celtics vs. Orlando Magic [7:30 p.m.]


Location: TD Garden, Boston, MA

After falling to the Raptors on Friday night, the Celtics bounced back with a big win on Saturday at Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks. Led by Jayson Tatum's 24 points, Boston is 2-1 heading into this contest. The Magic have lost two straight after winning their opening game over the Miami Heat. They fell to the Philadelphia 76ers by just one point on Saturday.

Golden State Warriors vs. Phoenix Suns [10:30 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA

The Warriors are 2-1 after losing the Denver Nuggets on Sunday. The Suns are 1-1 after falling to the Nuggets on Saturday. Stephen Curry has arguably been the league's best player through one week, scoring 30 points in each of the Warriors' first three games. In the Suns' season opener, star-guard Devin Booker exploded for 35 points to secure their first win of the season.

Los Angeles Lakers vs. San Antonio Spurs [10:30 p.m.]


Location: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA

The Lakers are off to an 0-2 start, dropping their season opener in Portland followed by a hectic loss against the Houston Rockets on Saturday. DeMar DeRozan showed out in his Spurs' debut, scoring 28 points in a win. They are currently 1-1 after falling to the Portland Trail Blazers on Saturday. This is the first of two matchups between these teams this week.

Tuesday, Oct. 23 - two games

Detroit Pistons vs. Philadelphia 76ers [7:00 p.m.]


Location: Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI

The Pistons are 2-0 with close wins over the Brooklyn Nets and Chicago Bulls. Their two victories have come by a total of five points and Blake Griffin has led Detroit by averaging a double-double with 29.5 points and 10.0 rebounds per game. The 76ers have won two games in a row after dropping their season opener to the Celtics. Joel Embiid has been dominant, averaging 28.3 points and 10.7 rebounds per game.

Denver Nuggets vs. Sacramento Kings [9:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Pepsi Center, Denver, CO

The Nuggets are undefeated at 3-0 after beating the Warriors on Sunday. Their crafty center Nikola Jokic made NBA history on Saturday becoming the first player since Wilt Chamberlin to record a triple-double while shooting 100% from the field. The Kings are off to a 1-2 start, picking up a huge win in Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday.

Wednesday, Oct. 24 - two games

Toronto Raptors vs. Minnesota Timberwolves [7:30 p.m.]


Radio: TSN 1050

Location: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

This matchup acts as a Canada homecoming for Andrew Wiggins. In his four games he's played in Toronto, Wiggins has averaged 20.3 points per game but has yet to pick up a win in his home country. The Timberwolves are 1-2 on the season thus far.

Phoenix Suns vs. Los Angeles Lakers [10:00 p.m.]


Location: Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ

The Suns won their home opener over the Dallas Mavericks. This is their second consecutive game against a Western Conference juggernaut, giving this young team a chance to prove themselves early in the season.

Thursday, Oct. 25 - three games

Detroit Pistons vs. Cleveland Cavaliers [7:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI

This is the second game of a back-to-back for the Cavaliers. After playing the Brooklyn Nets at home on Wednesday, they travel to Detroit for this Central Divison battle. Kevin Love has averaged a double-double with 23 points and 13 rebounds per game, trying to fill the void left behind from LeBron James' move to Los Angeles.

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Boston Celtics [8:00 p.m.]


Location: Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, OK

This is a great matchup between two of the top teams in their respective conferences. The Thunder are off to a winless start without their MVP-point guard Russell Westbrook, but it is believed he will be making his return sooner than later. If Westbrook plays, this should be one of the best games of the week.

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets [10:30 p.m.]


Location: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA

LeBron's home opener didn't go as planned, losing a close contest to the Houston Rockets. Tempers flared between two of the Western Conference's top teams resulting in a fight that spoiled the Lakers' STAPLES Center season debut. James will look to add his first of many victories in Los Angeles over the Nuggets.

Friday, Oct. 26 - two games

Toronto Raptors vs. Dallas Mavericks [7:30 p.m.]


Radio: SN 590

Location: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

This matchup gives Raptors fans their first opportunity to see the incredible talent that is Mavericks' rookie Luka Doncic. He posted 26 points on Saturday to secure the Mavs' first win of the season over the Minnesota Timberwolves. This is both Dallas and Toronto's third game of the week and it is the Raptors final game of the week.

Sacramento Kings vs. Washington Wizards [10:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA

The Wizards lost back-to-back close games to start the season, falling to the Heat and Raptors by a combined five points. This is their fourth of five games on their west coast road trip, looking to get their season back on the right track against out-of-conference opponents.

Saturday, Oct. 27 - one game

San Antonio Spurs vs. Los Angeles Lakers [8:30 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX

These two teams should be fairly familiar with each other after facing off in Los Angeles on Monday. This is their second of four matchups against each other this season with their other two matchups also coming in consecutive games in December.

Sunday, Oct. 28 - three games

Brooklyn Nets vs. Golden State Warriors [5:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY

The Nets got their first win of the season in thrilling fashion when Caris LeVert scored the final seven points, including a game-winning layup, to defeat the Knicks on Friday. They are 1-2 heading into this three-game week.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Utah Jazz [7:00 p.m.]


Location: American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX

The Jazz lost a heartbreaker at home on Friday against the Warriors when a Jonas Jerebko tip-in completed Golden State's comeback. While Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert are the two big names on this roster, keep an eye on Joe Ingles in this contest as he's played as well as anyone in the league to start the season. He's averaging 24.5 points per game shooting a lights-out 64.7 percent from beyond the arc.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Washington Wizards [9:30 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, LA

The Clippers have a tough week, playing the New Orleans Pelicans and Houston Rockets before taking on the Wizards on Sunday. They dropped their season opener in a close loss to the Nuggets but bounced back with wins over the Thunder and the Rockets. This is also the final game of the Wizards' three-game west coast road trip.

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