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My other yearly tradition - compiled from various incarnations of http://www.nba.com/schedules/national_tv_schedule/ ... all times are EASTERN.

TNT

Thu, Nov 4 Cleveland @ Miami 8:00 pm
Minnesota @ Denver 10:30 pm
Thu, Nov 11 Dallas @ Miami 8:00 pm
Detroit @ Denver 10:30 pm
Thu, Nov 18 San Antonio @ Philadelphia 7:00 pm
New York @ Houston 9:30 pm
Thu, Nov 25 Minnesota @ Indiana 8:00 pm
New Jersey @ L.A. Clippers 10:30 pm
Thu, Dec 2 Houston @ Dallas 8:00 pm
Cleveland @ Denver 10:30 pm
Thu, Dec 9 San Antonio @ Houston 8:00 pm
Boston @ Portland 10:30 pm
Thu, Dec 16 Cleveland @ Detroit 8:00 pm
L.A. Lakers @ Sacramento 10:30 pm
Thu, Dec 23 Minnesota @ San Antonio 8:00 pm
Miami @ Sacramento 10:30 pm
Thu, Dec 30 Miami @ Detroit 8:00 pm
San Antonio @ Portland 10:30 pm
Thu, Jan 6 Memphis @ Detroit 7:00 pm
Indiana @ San Antonio 9:30 pm
Thu, Jan 13 New Jersey @ Houston 8:00 pm
Cleveland @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Mon, Jan 17 Houston @ Memphis 8:00 pm
Denver @ Golden State 10:30 pm
Thu, Jan 20 Houston @ Orlando 8:00 pm
Cleveland @ Sacramento 10:30 pm
Thu, Jan 27 Detroit @ Indiana 7:00 pm
Sacramento @ San Antonio 9:30 pm
Thu, Feb 3 Cleveland @ Miami 8:00 pm
San Antonio @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Thu, Feb 10 L.A. Lakers @ Detroit 8:00 pm
Sacramento @ Seattle 10:30 pm
Thu, Feb 17 Cleveland @ Minnesota 8:00 pm
Dallas @ Phoenix 10:30 pm
Thu, Feb 24 Philadelphia @ New York 7:00 pm
Sacramento @ Dallas 9:30 pm
Thu, Mar 3 Indiana @ Denver 8:00 pm
Detroit @ Phoenix 10:30 pm
Thu, Mar 10 Minnesota @ Miami 7:00 pm
L.A. Lakers @ Dallas 9:30 pm
Thu, Mar 17 L.A. Lakers @ Miami 8:00 pm
Sacramento @ Golden State 10:30 pm
Tue, Mar 22 Detroit @ Cleveland 7:00 pm
Miami @ Houston 9:30 pm
Thu, Mar 31 Miami @ Indiana 8:00 pm
Minnesota @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Thu, Apr 7 San Antonio @ Dallas 8:00 pm
Houston @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Thu, Apr 14 New York @ Cleveland 8:00 pm
Dallas @ Portland 10:30 pm

ESPN

Fri, Nov 5 Houston @ Memphis 8:00 pm
San Antonio @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Wed, Nov 10 Phoenix @ Cleveland 8:00 pm
Sacramento @ Seattle 10:30 pm
Fri, Nov 12 Miami @ San Antonio 8:00 pm
Wed, Nov 17 Miami @ Milwaukee 9:00 pm
Fri, Nov 19 Indiana @ Detroit 8:00 pm
Memphis @ Sacramento 10:30 pm
Wed, Nov 24 Detroit @ Cleveland 7:00 pm
Fri, Nov 26 Miami @ Detroit 8:00 pm
Sacramento @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Fri, Dec 3 Detroit @ San Antonio 8:00 pm
Indiana @ Sacramento 10:30 pm
Fri, Dec 10 Philadelphia @ Chicago 8:00 pm
Portland @ Utah 10:30 pm
Wed, Dec 15 Detroit @ New York 8:00 pm
Utah @ Phoenix 10:30 pm
Fri, Dec 17 Denver @ Miami 8:00 pm
Phoenix @ Seattle 10:30 pm
Sat, Dec 25 Detroit @ Indiana 12:30 pm
Wed, Jan 5 Phoenix @ Houston 9:00 pm
Fri, Jan 7 Houston @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Wed, Jan 12 Houston @ Dallas 9:00 pm
Fri, Jan 14 Minnesota @ Denver 10:30 pm
Wed, Jan 19 Minnesota @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Fri, Jan 21 Indiana @ Miami 8:00 pm
Memphis @ Denver 10:30 pm
Fri, Jan 28 Cleveland @ New York 7:00 pm
Sun, Jan 30 Milwaukee @ Cleveland 6:30 pm
Fri, Feb 4 Dallas @ Indiana 7:00 pm
Houston @ Minnesota 9:30 pm
Fri, Feb 11 Denver @ Cleveland 8:00 pm
Dallas @ Sacramento 10:30 pm
Wed, Feb 16 San Antonio @ New Orleans 9:00 pm
Wed, Feb 23 Houston @ San Antonio 9:00 pm
Fri, Feb 25 Cleveland @ Indiana 8:00 pm
Detroit @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Sun, Feb 27 Miami @ Orlando 7:30 pm
Wed, Mar 2 Charlotte @ New Orleans 9:00 pm
Fri, Mar 4 Sacramento @ Miami 8:00 pm
Dallas @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Sun, Mar 6 Miami @ Cleveland 7:30 pm
Wed, Mar 16 Minnesota @ San Antonio 9:00 pm
Sun, Mar 20 Houston @ Minnesota 7:30 pm
Wed, Mar 23 Detroit @ Philadelphia 8:00 pm
Dallas @ Golden State 10:30 pm
Fri, Mar 25 Phoenix @ Miami 8:00 pm
New York @ Seattle 10:30 pm
Sun, Mar 27 Philadelphia @ L.A. Lakers 7:30 pm
Wed, Mar 30 Houston @ Portland 10:00 pm
Fri, Apr 1 Sacramento @ Cleveland 8:00 pm
San Antonio @ Denver 10:30 pm
Wed, Apr 6 Cleveland @ Indiana 7:00 pm
Utah @ Minnesota 9:30 pm
Fri, Apr 8 Detroit @ Orlando 7:00 pm
Denver @ Minnesota 9:30 pm
Wed, Apr 13 New Jersey @ Indiana 8:00 pm
San Antonio @ Utah 10:30 pm
Fri, Apr 15 Milwaukee @ Detroit 8:00 pm
Sacramento @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Sat, Apr 16 Denver @ Houston 7:30 pm
Wed, Apr 20 San Antonio @ Minnesota 8:00 pm
Phoenix @ Sacramento 10:30 pm

ESPN2

Wed, Dec 22 Memphis @ Golden State 10:00 pm
Fri, Dec 31 Philadelphia @ Denver 8:00 pm
Fri, Jan 7 Philadelphia @ Minnesota 8:00 pm
Fri, Jan 14 Dallas @ San Antonio 8:00 pm
Fri, Jan 28 Sacramento @ Houston 9:30 pm
Wed, Feb 2 Denver @ Portland 10:00 pm
Fri, Mar 18 L.A. Lakers @ Indiana 7:30 pm

ABC

Sat, Dec 25 Miami @ L.A. Lakers 3:00 pm
Sat, Jan 8 New York @ Cleveland 1:30 pm
Denver @ San Antonio 1:30 pm
Sun, Jan 30 Houston @ Miami 1:00 pm
Sun, Feb 6 L.A. Lakers @ Houston 3:30 pm
Sun, Feb 13 San Antonio @ Miami 1:00 pm
L.A. Lakers @ Cleveland 3:30 pm
Sun, Mar 6 Dallas @ Houston 1:00 pm
Detroit @ Sacramento 3:30 pm
Sun, Mar 13 Dallas @ Minnesota 1:00 pm
Houston @ Sacramento 3:30 pm
Sun, Mar 20 San Antonio @ Detroit 3:30 pm
New Jersey @ Indiana 3:30 pm
Sun, Mar 27 Houston @ San Antonio 1:00 pm
Sun, Apr 3 Dallas @ Cleveland 1:00 pm
New York @ Milwaukee 1:00 pm
Minnesota @ Sacramento 3:30 pm
Sun, Apr 10 Detroit @ Miami 1:00 pm
New York @ Indiana 1:00 pm
L.A. Lakers @ Sacramento 3:30 pm
Sun, Apr 17 Indiana @ Miami 1:00 pm
Cleveland @ Detroit 1:00 pm
Dallas @ L.A. Lakers 3:30 pm

NBATV

Sat, Nov 6 Sacramento @ Houston 8:30 pm
Sun, Nov 7 San Antonio @ Seattle 8:00 pm
Mon, Nov 8 Golden State @ Dallas 8:30 pm
Tue, Nov 9 Indiana @ Minnesota 8:00 pm
Sat, Nov 13 L.A. Lakers @ Houston 8:30 pm
Sun, Nov 14 Denver @ Sacramento 9:00 pm
Mon, Nov 15 Golden State @ Cleveland 7:00 pm
Tue, Nov 16 Miami @ Minnesota 8:00 pm
Sat, Nov 20 Orlando @ Indiana 8:00 pm
Sun, Nov 21 Cleveland @ New York 7:30 pm
Mon, Nov 22 Minnesota @ Dallas 8:30 pm
Tue, Nov 23 Toronto @ Washington 7:00 pm
Sat, Nov 27 Detroit @ Milwaukee 9:00 pm
Sun, Nov 28 New Orleans @ L.A. Lakers 9:30 pm
Mon, Nov 29 Boston @ Orlando 7:00 pm
Tue, Nov 30 San Antonio @ Dallas 8:30 pm
Wed, Dec 1 Philadelphia @ San Antonio 8:30 pm
Sat, Dec 4 Miami @ Denver 9:00 pm
Sun, Dec 5 Phoenix @ Portland 9:00 pm
Mon, Dec 6 Detroit @ Dallas 8:30 pm
Tue, Dec 7 New Jersey @ Cleveland 7:00 pm
Wed, Dec 8 Minnesota @ Philadelphia 7:00 pm
Sat, Dec 11 Sacramento @ Indiana 8:00 pm
L.A. Lakers @ L.A. Clippers 10:30 pm
Sun, Dec 12 Utah @ Portland 8:00 pm
Mon, Dec 13 Cleveland @ Memphis 8:00 pm
Tue, Dec 14 Portland @ Minnesota 8:00 pm
Sat, Dec 18 Indiana @ Chicago 8:30 pm
Sun, Dec 19 Orlando @ Miami 6:00 pm
Mon, Dec 20 Utah @ Philadelphia 7:00 pm
Tue, Dec 21 Minnesota @ Cleveland 7:00 pm
Washington @ Sacramento 10:00 pm
Sun, Dec 26 Boston @ San Antonio 7:00 pm
Mon, Dec 27 New Jersey @ Detroit 7:30 pm
Tue, Dec 28 Houston @ Milwaukee 8:00 pm
Wed, Dec 29 Minnesota @ New York 7:30 pm
Sat, Jan 1 Orlando @ Chicago 8:30 pm
Sun, Jan 2 Boston @ Detroit 6:00 pm
Mon, Jan 3 Utah @ Memphis 8:00 pm
Tue, Jan 4 L.A. Lakers @ San Antonio 8:30 pm
Sat, Jan 8 New Jersey @ Orlando 7:00 pm
Sun, Jan 9 Houston @ Denver 9:00 pm
Mon, Jan 10 L.A. Lakers @ Minnesota 8:00 pm
Tue, Jan 11 New Orleans @ New York 7:30 pm
Sat, Jan 15 San Antonio @ Houston 8:30 pm
Sun, Jan 16 Cleveland @ Seattle 9:00 pm
Mon, Jan 17 Phoenix @ Detroit 3:30 pm
Tue, Jan 18 Portland @ Sacramento 10:00 pm
Sat, Jan 22 Boston @ Atlanta 7:00 pm
Sun, Jan 23 Miami @ Philadelphia 6:00 pm
Mon, Jan 24 Detroit @ Minnesota 8:00 pm
Tue, Jan 25 Phoenix @ New York 7:30 pm
Wed, Jan 26 Denver @ Detroit 7:30 pm
Dallas @ Portland 10:00 pm
Sat, Jan 29 Orlando @ Washington 7:00 pm
Mon, Jan 31 Indiana @ Philadelphia 7:00 pm
Tue, Feb 1 Miami @ Dallas 8:30 pm
Sat, Feb 5 New Orleans @ Utah 9:00 pm
Mon, Feb 7 Indiana @ Washington 7:00 pm
Tue, Feb 8 Phoenix @ Sacramento 10:00 pm
Wed, Feb 9 Miami @ New York 7:30 pm
Sat, Feb 12 Orlando @ Philadelphia 7:00 pm
Sun, Feb 13 Denver @ New Jersey 6:00 pm
Mon, Feb 14 Utah @ Phoenix 9:00 pm
Tue, Feb 15 L.A. Clippers @ Orlando 7:00 pm
Tue, Feb 22 Boston @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Sat, Feb 26 Indiana @ New York 7:30 pm
Mon, Feb 28 L.A. Lakers @ New York 7:30 pm
Tue, Mar 1 Sacramento @ Charlotte 7:00 pm
Sat, Mar 5 Chicago @ Milwaukee 8:30 pm
Mon, Mar 7 Philadelphia @ Miami 7:30 pm
Tue, Mar 8 Memphis @ Sacramento 10:00 pm
Wed, Mar 9 San Antonio @ Phoenix 9:00 pm
Fri, Mar 11 Dallas @ Milwaukee 8:30 pm
Sat, Mar 12 Denver @ San Antonio 8:30 pm
Sun, Mar 13 Indiana @ Cleveland 7:00 pm
Mon, Mar 14 Portland @ Memphis 8:00 pm
Houston @ Golden State 10:30 pm
Tue, Mar 15 Miami @ New York 7:30 pm
Sat, Mar 19 Utah @ Washington 7:00 pm
Mon, Mar 21 New Orleans @ Dallas 8:30 pm
Thu, Mar 24 L.A. Lakers @ Denver 9:00 pm
Sat, Mar 26 Cleveland @ Dallas 8:30 pm
Mon, Mar 28 Indiana @ Milwaukee 8:00 pm
Tue, Mar 29 Toronto @ Miami 7:30 pm
Sun, Apr 3 Phoenix @ Houston 8:30 pm
Tue, Apr 5 Denver @ Memphis 8:00 pm
Sat, Apr 9 Milwaukee @ Cleveland 7:30 pm
Sun, Apr 10 Portland @ New Orleans 7:00 pm
Mon, Apr 11 Phoenix @ L.A. Lakers 10:30 pm
Tue, Apr 12 Toronto @ New York 7:30 pm
Sat, Apr 16 Sacramento @ Phoenix 10:00 pm
Sun, Apr 17 Boston @ Toronto 6:00 pm
Mon, Apr 18 Milwaukee @ Philadelphia 7:00 pm
Tue, Apr 19 Portland @ Denver 9:00 pm


There are also some games on Telemundo (which I still don't get) and the HDTV version of NBA TV. Again, check out http://www.nba.com/schedules/national_tv_schedule/ for the whole story.

(edited by CRZ on 4.11.04 1854)


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Have they always shown games on NBA TV? I always thought it to be similar to the NFL Network: plenty of shilling for the league, but no actual games.

If I can catch this many game by paying for NBA TV, then there's no reason to spring for the whole NBA package, especially if I'll get to see most of Minnesota's games.



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    Originally posted by Battlezone
    Have they always shown games on NBA TV? I always thought it to be similar to the NFL Network: plenty of shilling for the league, but no actual games.
They didn't show this many last year, but yep.

    If I can catch this many game by paying for NBA TV, then there's no reason to spring for the whole NBA package, especially if I'll get to see most of Minnesota's games.
I'm also pleasantly surprised by how many "free"* games there are. It does make it a lot easier to justify not ponying up $169 for the rest of the games with NBALP.

*Ignoring that I have to pay for a separate tier to get NBATV on top of the massive amount of money I'm already paying for digital cable



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    *Ignoring that I have to pay for a separate tier to get NBATV on top of the massive amount of money I'm already paying for digital cable


Well, yeah, there is THAT. And I think with DirecTV, I have to pay for a second tier of channels that I don't even WANT to get NBA TV.



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    Originally posted by CRZ
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With our monthly homeowner's association dues, we get about 46 channels of DirecTV for no additional charge. Last year, our condo association (myself included) voted to trade in ESPN & ESPN2 for FSN & FSN2. FSN shows every Lakers home game, and one of our local stations shows every Lakers away game. So all that combined with how much hope we all had in the Lakers early last season (remember back when we had 4 hall-of-famers on one team?), it seemed like a really good idea at the time. Not so much now.

Anywho, they finally switched it over last week and I TOTALLY miss my ESPNs. I cant believe I'm gonna miss out on all of those games.

Oh, and ESPN's "There are absolutely NO sporting events going on right now" filler shows are WAAY better than the filler crap FSN comes up with :(



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    Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreeze
    Last year, our condo association (myself included) voted to trade in ESPN & ESPN2 for FSN & FSN2. FSN shows every Lakers home game, and one of our local stations shows every Lakers away game. So all that combined with how much hope we all had in the Lakers early last season (remember back when we had 4 hall-of-famers on one team?), it seemed like a really good idea at the time. Not so much now.

    Anywho, they finally switched it over last week and I TOTALLY miss my ESPNs. I cant believe I'm gonna miss out on all of those games.


Had you forgotten about it? THAT would me make FLIP OUT. Especially ESPNEWS. Could you have cancelled it since it took so long? They only trade Shaq four months or so ago...

DirectTV CSR: DirecTV, how can I assist you?
DJFF: Yes, a few months ago we made arrangements to swap out our ESPN channel for FSN channels.
DirecTV CSR: Uh huh.
DJFF: Well, you haven't actually *done* that, yet.
DirecTV CSR: I show that we've got you scheduled for the last week of October.
DJFF: Yeah? Well, NEVER MIND! Buh-bye.

At least if you decided to change it back you might have it in time for the 2005-06 season.



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My ability to watch games actually IMPROVED by downgrading my system when I moved a few months ago.

I downgraded from DirecTV to Comcast non-digital advanced, but since I don't have the same issue with games on Sunshine Network being blacked out like I did with DirecTV (because, of course, they want you to buy the League Pass), that means that every Heat game that isn't on national TV will be on Sunshine, so I'm all set at least.





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#8 Posted on
    Originally posted by CRZ
      Originally posted by Battlezone
      Have they always shown games on NBA TV? I always thought it to be similar to the NFL Network: plenty of shilling for the league, but no actual games.
    They didn't show this many last year, but yep.

      If I can catch this many game by paying for NBA TV, then there's no reason to spring for the whole NBA package, especially if I'll get to see most of Minnesota's games.
    I'm also pleasantly surprised by how many "free"* games there are. It does make it a lot easier to justify not ponying up $169 for the rest of the games with NBALP.

    *Ignoring that I have to pay for a separate tier to get NBATV on top of the massive amount of money I'm already paying for digital cable


Correct me if i am wrong, but I always thought that the main pulls for League Pass were that you saw all your teams games of course, but you also got extras like news and analysis of the team you chose, along with having the regional commentators.

(mind you, this info i heard second hand)



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