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

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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 eight games plus all the All-Star Weekend events on the national TV slate this upcoming week, so take a look at where you can catch NBA basketball each night.

All times Eastern.

Monday, Feb. 11 - two games

Brooklyn Nets at Toronto Raptors [7:30 p.m.]

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Radio: SN 590

Location: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

The Nets defeated the Raptors in overtime in their first meeting this season but Toronto got revenge in their last matchup. This is Game 3 of their four game series this season.

Dallas Mavericks at Houston Rockets [8:00 p.m.]


Location: Toyota Center, Houston, TX

Luka Doncic versus James Harden should be enough to sell you on this one. The Mavericks have won both of their meetings versus the Rockets this season so a win here would close the season series.

Tuesday, Feb. 12 - three games

Los Angeles Lakers at Atlanta Hawks [7:30 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA

The Lakers defeated the Hawks in their first meeting this season on a LeBron James put-back with 15 seconds remaining. The Hawks should be able to compete again with this round being on their home floor.

Boston Celtics at Philadelphia 76ers [8:00 p.m.]


Location: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA

This rivalry never disappoints. The last time these two teams met it took overtime on Christmas Day behind a huge game from Kyrie Irving. The Celtics are up 2-0 in the season series.

Wednesday, Feb. 13 - two games

Washington Wizards at Toronto Raptors [7:30 p.m.]

TV: TSN 1 / 3 / 4 & RDS2

Location: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

The Raptors have taken all three meetings against the Wizards this season with the last contest going into double overtime. The Wizards will surely bring it in this one to avoid being swept by Toronto.

Golden State Warriors at Portland Trail Blazers [10:30 p.m.]


Location: Moda Center, Portland, OR

Damian Lillard always brings his A-game against the Warriors. They're 1-2 against Golden State this season so this is their chance to even the series score.

Thursday, Feb. 14 - one game

Oklahoma City Thunder at New Orleans Pelicans [8:00 p.m.]


Location: Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA

The final televised game before All-Star Weekend has three All-Stars competing in it. Anthony Davis will face off against Russell Westbrook and Paul George as the Pelicans try and tie the season series at two games apiece.

Friday, Feb. 15 - Celebrity and Rising Stars Games

Celebrity All-Star Game [7:00 p.m.]

TV: TSN 1 / 4 / 5

Location: Bojangles Collesium, Charlotte, NC

Quavo, Ray Allen and Jay Williams highlight this years' celebrity game rosters.

Rising Stars Game [9:00 p.m.]

TV: TSN 1 / 4 / 5

Location: Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC

There is a ton of young talent on display in this one. This game could rival the All-Star Game for highlight of the weekend.

Saturday, Feb. 16 - All-Star Saturday Night

All-Star Saturday Night [8:00 p.m.]

TV: TSN Network & RDS 2

Location: Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC

Catch the 3-point Contest, Dunk Contest and Skills Challenge here!

Sunday, Feb. 17 - All-Star Game

NBA All-Star Game [8:30 p.m.]


Location: Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC

Team LeBron versus Team Giannis - this year's All-Star Game will not disappoint.

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