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

Pro-Line Where to Watch April 1

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 19 games 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, April 1 - two games

Orlando Magic at Toronto Raptors [7:30 p.m.]

TV: TSN 4

Radio: TSN 1050

Location: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

The Raptors look to avoid being swept by the Magic this season.

Cleveland Cavaliers at Phoenix Suns [10:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Talking Stick Resorts Arena, Phoenix, AZ

Rookie guard Collin Sexton will try and keep his hot streak going as he takes on Devin Booker.

Tuesday, April 2 - two games

Los Angeles Lakers at Oklahoma City Thunder [8:00 p.m.]

TV: TSN 1 / 5

Location: Chesepeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, OK

This game means a whole lot more to the Thunder than the Lakers as OKC tries to get back on track before the playoffs.

Denver Nuggets at Golden State Warriors [10:30 p.m.]

TV: TSN 1

Location: Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA

This matchup could ultimately decide who takes the No. 1 seed in the West.

Wednesday, April 3 - one game

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

TV: TSN 4 / 5 & RDS2

Radio: TSN 1050

Location: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY

The Raptors lead the season series over the Nets 2-1 but Brooklyn has played Toronto tough in all three contests.

Thursday, April 4 - two games

Milwaukee Bucks at Philadelphia 76ers [8:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA

The season series is tied at 1-1 and the last game was an absolute duel between Joel Embiid and Giannis Antetokounmpo. Expect more of the same.

Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Lakers [10:30 p.m.]

TV: TSN 4

Location: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA

Without LeBron, this game misses it's main narrative. However, the Warriors still need the win as they battle for the top spot in the West.

Friday, April 5 - four games

Toronto Raptors at Charlotte Hornets [7:00 p.m.]

TV: SN1

Location: Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC

The Hornets are holding on for life as their playoff hopes barely stay alive. A win over the Raptors certainly wouldn't hurt their cause.

Boston Celtics at Indiana Pacers [8:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Bankers Life Field House, Indianapolis, IN

This is a preview of a first round playoff matchup in the East as these teams will use the remainder of the season to try and take home court advantage in the first round.

Portland Trail Blazers at Denver Nuggets [10:30 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Pepsi Center, Denver, CO

This will be a good test for the Blazers who are now without Jusuf Nurkic for the rest of the season. They'll have to find a different way to defend MVP candidate Nikola Jokic.

Los Angeles Lakers at LA Clippers [10:30 p.m.]

TV: SN1

Location: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA

The Clippers have gotten the best of the Lakers so far this season, leading the series 2-1. The Lakers will try and tie things up with LA's other team.

Saturday, April 6- two games

Brooklyn Nets at Milwaukee Bucks [5:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, WI

This is the second matchup between the Nets and the Bucks this week as Brooklyn looks to defeat Milwaukee for the first time this year.

Philadelphia 76ers at Chicago Bulls [8:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: United Center, Chicago, IL

The 76ers will likely use this as a tune-up game for their bench as they head into the playoffs.

Sunday, April 7 - six games

Miami Heat at Toronto Raptors [12:00 p.m.]

TV: TSN 4 / 5

Radio: TSN 1050

Location: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

This is Dwyane Wade's final game in Toronto.

San Antonio Spurs at Cleveland Cavaliers [3:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: QuickenLoans Arena, Cleveland, OH

The Spurs and Cavs battled last week prior to Manu Ginobili's jersey retirement.

Oklahoma City Thunder at Minnesota Timberwolves [3:30 p.m.]

TV: TSN 2

Location: Target Center, Minneapolis, MN

Andrew Wiggins has a history of playing some of his best basketball against the Timberwolves.

Phoenix Suns at Houston Rockets [7:00 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: Toyota Center, Houston, TX

Devin Booker vs. James Harden should be enough to get you to watch this one.

LA Clippers at Golden State Warriors [8:30 p.m.]

TV: SN1 / SNE / SNW / SNP

Location: Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA

The Clippers are a scrappy group that never stops fighting and this could be a potential first round playoff matchup.

Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Lakers [9:30 p.m.]

TV: NBA TV Canada

Location: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA

The Jazz will look to feed on the LeBron-less Lakers to help their seeding in the Western Conference playoff picture.

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