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Canadian Broadcast schedule for 2020-21 NBA preseason games

The 2020-21 NBA preseason is set to begin on Friday, Dec. 11, leaving NBA fans eager to watch their favourite teams take the floor again.

In Canada, Sportsnet and TSN have you covered with a ton of preseason action on national television so you can get the first look at the 2020-21 Toronto Raptors and the NBA's other top teams.

Below, you can find the broadcast schedule for each network.

All times listed are Eastern.

NBA Preseason Broadcast Schedule on Sportsnet and TSN
Date Matchup Time Channel
Monday, Dec. 14 Raptors at Hornets 7 p.m. SNO/E/W/P
Monday, Dec. 14 Mavericks at Bucks 8 p.m. SN1
Monday, Dec. 14 Suns at Jazz 9 p.m. TSN 2
Tuesday, Dec. 15 Celtics at 76ers 7:30 p.m. TSN 4
Tuesday, Dec. 15 Spurs at Rockets 8 p.m. SNO/E/W/P
Tuesday, Dec. 15 Warriors at Kings 10 p.m. TSN 4
Wednesday, Dec. 16 Lakers at Suns 9 p.m. SNO/E/W/P
Wednesday, Dec. 16 Cavaliers at Knicks 7:30 p.m. NBA TV Canada
Wednesday, Dec. 16 Trail Blazers at Nuggets 9 p.m. SN1
Thursday, Dec. 17 Pistons at Wizards 7 p.m. SNO/E/W/P
Thursday, Dec. 17 Timberwolves at Mavericks 8:30 p.m. SN1
Thursday, Dec. 17 Warriors at Kings 9 p.m. TSN 2
Thursday, Dec. 17 Jazz at Clippers 10 p.m. SNO/E/W/P
Friday, Dec. 18 Heat at Raptors 7 p.m. TSN
Friday, Dec. 18 Nets at Celtics 8 p.m. SNO/E/W/P
Friday, Dec. 18 Bucks at Pelicans 8 p.m. SN1
Friday, Dec. 18 Lakers at Suns 10:30 p.m. SNO/E/W/P
Saturday, Dec. 19 Pistons at Wizards 7 p.m. SNO/E/W/P
Saturday, Dec. 19 Hawks at Grizzlies 8 p.m. SN1

The 2020-21 NBA regular season is set to begin on Dec. 22.

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