November 7, 2022
Catch more of the NBA live later this week when the Atlanta Hawks host the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday at 12:30 am. The 76ers will then host the Hawks starting at 12:30 am on Saturday night. The Minnesota Timberwolves will travel to Cleveland his Cavaliers for Sunday’s game starting at 11 p.m. All 3 matches will be streamed live on Sky Sports Arena
All 30 teams are active in the scheduled live basketball game series. Even better, picks come at his 15-minute Tip-Off, with nearly six hours of uninterrupted basketball from the best players in the world.
The Fixtures have put together in a way that about six minutes after the game you just started watching, another one will be on its way direct to your home live.
NBA management have decided to hold no games even on the US Election Day ie Nov 8th, a night in which every team participating in the league will jump to the court.
Check out Monday’s NBA games and tip-off times
- 12am (midnight): Wizards @ Hornets
- 12.15am: Rockets @ Magic
- 12.30am.: Thunder @ Pistons
- 12.45am: Pelicans @ Pacers
- 1am: Suns @ 76ers
- 1.15am: Bucks @ Hawks
- 1.30am.: Trail Blazers @ Heat
- 1.45am: Raptors @ Bulls
- 2am: Celtics @ Grizzlies
- 2.15am: Knicks @ Timberwolves
- 2.30am.: Nuggets @ Spurs
- 2.45am: Nets @ Mavericks
- 3am: Kings @ Warriors
- 3.15am: Lakers @ Jazz
- 3.30am: Cavaliers @ Clippers
The league expects an attendance of over 285,000 fans across the 15 different arenas. That is more than four times the single-game record of 62,046 set at the George Dome when the Atlanta Hawks hosted Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls on March 27, 1998.
It is expected that around 285,000 fans across different arenas will attend the game which is four times more than the single game record played at George Dome on March 27th 1998.
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