Where to Watch The 2019-20 NBA Season Restart & Playoffs

The NBA 2019-20 season is back. The NBA is resuming play after pausing the season due to Covid-19. They will be playing games at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida. Before the playoffs begin, there will be seeding games to finalize the seeding for each conference. 

Which Teams Will Be Playing In The NBA Season Restart

A total of 22 teams will be returning to play this season.

Eastern Conference

  • Milwaukee Bucks
  • Toronto Raptors
  • Boston Celtics
  • Miami Heat
  • Indiana Pacers
  • Philadelphia 76ers
  • Brooklyn Nets
  • Orlando Magic
  • Washington Wizards

Western Conference

  • Los Angeles Lakers
  • LA Clippers
  • Denver Nuggets
  • Utah Jazz
  • Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Houston Rockets
  • Dallas Mavericks
  • Memphis Grizzlies
  • Portland Trail Blazers
  • New Orleans Pelicans
  • Sacramento Kings
  • San Antonio Spurs
  • Phoenix Suns

Where and When To Watch The NBA Season Restart

The NBA Restart tips off Thursday with two games. The Utah Jazz will take on the New Orleans Pelicans at 6:30 PM EST, followed by the Los Angeles Lakers, the current No. 1 seed in the West, play the No. 2 seed Clippers at 9:00 PM EST. Both will be games be broadcast on TNT.

TNT, ESPN, ABC and NBA TV will televise nearly 50 games over the next three weeks as 22 teams close out the regular season to determine which 16 make the playoffs and where they’re seeded. Each team will play eight games, but, if by the end of the seeding round, the eighth and ninth seeds in its conference are within four games of each other, the teams will face off to determine which one advances to the postseason.

Where to Stream The NBA Season Restart

NBA TV or NBA LEAGUE PASS

If you’re only interested in watching live NBA games and nothing else, a subscription to NBA TV costs $19.99. NBA League Pass, which gives you access to local team broadcasts from the around the league, is available for $28.99 for one team or $39.99 for access to the entire league for the rest of the season.

YOUTUBE TV

Want to watch all the nationally televised games? YouTube TV has ABC, ESPN, TNT and NBA TV. The price, however, is pretty steep at $64.99 per month. YouTube allows you to have 5 accounts per subscription and give you access to over 80 channels.

HULU + LIVE TV

Hulu Live TV has grown to be the leading live TV streaming service in the country over the past few years. The service carries ABC, ESPN and TNT, but not NBA TV. The cost, which includes access Hulu’s entire library, is $54.99 per month.

fuboTV

fuboTV is the best streaming service if you consider yourself a sports fanatic. The service will give you access to ESPN, ABC, NBA TV. As of now, TNT is not available. In addition to these networks, you get access to FS1, NBC Sports, NFL Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, and the largest offering of local sports networks across all streaming services. One other thing that sets fuboTV apart from the competition is live 4K content. Right now you can get a 7 day free trial for fuboTV, with a family subscription costing $59.99.

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