How to Watch Heat at Knicks& All Other Week 19 NBA Games on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV & More

After an exciting All-Star Weekend which saw Team LeBron defeat Team Durant in the 2022 All-Star Game, the NBA regular season heads into Week 19 with a loaded lineup of games. There are 9 nationally broadcasted games taking place across four days featuring LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Stephen Curry, Luka Doncic, Devin Booker, Joel Embiid, and more.

Cord cutters can find out how to watch Week 19 of the NBA regular season below.

Thursday, February 24 – Results

GameTime (ET)Network
Cleveland Cavaliers 103 at Detroit Pistons 1067:00 PMBally Sports DET, Bally Sports Ohio
Boston Celtics 129 at Brooklyn Nets 1067:30 PMTNT
Atlanta Hawks 108 at Chicago Bulls 1128:00 PMNBC Sports Chicago, Bally Sports SE
Memphis Grizzlies 114 at Minnesota Timberwolves 1198:00 PMBally Sports North+, Bally Sports SE
Phoenix Suns 124 at OKC Thunder 1048:00 PMBally Sports OK, Bally Sports AZ
Golden State Warriors 132 at Portland Trail Blazers 9510:00 PMTNT, NBC Sports Bay Area
Denver Nuggets 128 at Sacramento Kings 11010:00 PMNBC Sports California, Altitude

The Atlantic Division will tip-off in the first game of TNT’s doubleheader when the 31-28 Brooklyn Nets host the 34-26 Celtics. The Nets are expected to be without their new three-headed monster of Ben Simmons, Kevin Durant, and Kyrie Irving, while the Celtics will have all their players available. Tonight’s game will be a tale of two teams, as the Nets are free falling and have lost 8 of their last 10, while Boston is on a hot streak with only 1 loss over that span.

Game 2 of tonight’s doubleheader is a Western Conference matchup between the 42-17 Golden State Warriors, who are the second-best team in the NBA, and the 25-34 Portland Trail Blazers. The Blazers are without NBA 75th Anniversary team member Damian Lillard, and they’ve traded all of their other key players away for a chance to rebuild. In Rip City’s favor, they’ll be hosting the Warriors, who are without Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala, and 11 of Golden State’s losses have come on the road.

Friday, February 25

GameTimeNetwork
Toronto Raptors at Charlotte Hornets7:00 PMBally Sports SE, TSN
OKC Thunder at Indiana Pacers7:00 PMBally Sports Indiana, Bally Sports OK
Houston Rockets at Orlando Magic7:00 PMBally Sports Florida, ATTSN-SW
San Antonio Spurs at Washington Wizards7:00 PMNBC Sports Washington, Bally Sports SW
Miami Heat at NY Knicks7:30 PMESPN, MSG, Bally Sports Sun
Philadelphia 76ers at Minnesota Timberwolves8:00 PMBally Sports North, NBC Sports Philadelphia
New Orleans Pelicans at Phoenix Suns9:00 PMBally Sports AZ, Bally Sports NO
Dallas Mavericks at Utah Jazz9:00 PMATTSN-RM, Bally Sports SW
LA Clippers at LA Lakers10:00 PMESPN, Spectrum SportsNet, Bally Sports West

All eyes are on Madison Square Garden when the 25-34 New York Knickerbockers welcome the 38-21 Miami Heat in tonight’s early game on ESPN. The Knicks are on a 3-game losing streak, have lost 4 of their last 5, and have decided to not play 4-time All-Star Kemba Walker for the rest of the season. The decision to send Kemba packing is bewildering since they have a better winning percentage with him on the floor. New York will have to turn it around against a hot Heat team on a 5-game road win streak.

Tonight’s late game is the third entry into this season’s Battle of LA between the 30-31 Clippers and 27-31 Lakers. The Clippers won the first 2 games in the series and will be looking to pull off the trifecta. For the Lakers, this is a must-win game with only 28 games remaining in the season, they have to turn it around if they want to avoid the play-game.

Saturday, February 26

GameTime (ET)Network
Boston Celtics at Detroit Pistons12:00 PMBally Sports DET, NBC Sports Boston
Toronto Raptors at Atlanta Hawks7:30 PMBally Sports SE, TSN
Washington Wizards at Cleveland Cavaliers8:00 PMBally Sports Ohio, NBC Sports Washington
San Antonio Spurs at Miami Heat8:00 PMBally Sports Sun, Bally Sports SW
Memphis Grizzlies at Chicago Bulls8:00 PMNBC Sports Chicago, Bally Sports SE
Brooklyn Nets at Milwaukee Bucks8:30 PMABC
Sacramento Kings at Denver Nuggets9:00 PMAltitude 2, NBC Sports California

Sunday, February 27

GameTime (ET)Network
Philadelphia 76ers at NY Knicks1:00 PMABC
Utah Jazz at Phoenix Suns3:30 PMABC
Boston Celtics at Indiana Pacers5:00 PMBally Sports Indiana, NBC Sports Boston
Detroit Pistons at Charlotte Hornets7:00 PMBally Sports SE, Bally Sports DET
LA Clippers at Houston Rockets7:00 PMATTSN-SW, Bally Sports SoCal
Dallas Mavericks at Golden State Warriors7:30 PMESPN, NBC Sports Bay Area, Bally Sports SW
Denver Nuggets at Portland Trail Blazers9:00 PMROOT SPORTS PLUS, Altitude
New Orleans Pelicans at LA Lakers10:00 PMESPN, Spectrum SportsNet

Where to Watch NBA Games

With a full schedule of NBA games across the country, fans have plenty of choices when it comes to watching each game from tip-off to the last shot.

AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to find out which affiliate in your area will broadcast games on your local ABC.

NBA TV: Fans can get a free 7-day trial with an NBA TV subscription for only $6.99/month or $24.99 for the rest of the season, to watch nationally broadcasted games on the only network with 24/7 NBA coverage.

NBA League Pass: Fans can watch live games from their favorite out-of-market teams with one of the packages provided by NBA League Pass. For $39.99 for the rest of the season or $13.99/mo. fans can watch all the games from an out-of-market team with Team Pass. Catch every game from any out-of-market team for only $14.99/mo. or $49.99 for the rest of the season, with League Pass + NBA TV. Upgrade to a commercial-free experience with League Pass Premium + NBA TV and watch every game from an out-of-market team for only $9.99 for the rest of the season, or$ 29.99 mo. Blackout restrictions apply. All League Pass plans include live audio for every game of the season and offline viewing capability. Don’t miss a game this season and check out our in-depth coverage on NBA League Pass.

Subscribers to live TV streaming services can check out our chart below to see if your service will be streaming today’s games.

ChannelDIRECTV STREAMfuboTVHulu with LiveSling OrangeSling BlueYouTube TV
 $69.99/mo.$64.99/mo.$69.99/mo.$35/mo.$35/mo.$64.99/mo.
ESPNXXXX X
TNTX XXXX
ABCXXXX X
Altitude$89.99     
AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh$89.99X    
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain$89.99X    
AT&T SportsNet Southwest$89.99X    
Bally Sports Arizona$89.99     
Bally Sports Carolinas$89.99     
Bally Sports Detroit$89.99     
Bally Sports Florida$89.99     
Bally Sports Great Lakes$89.99     
Bally Sports Indiana$89.99     
Bally Sports Kansas City$89.99     
Bally Sports Midwest$89.99     
Bally Sports New Orleans$89.99     
Bally Sports North$89.99     
Bally Sports Ohio$89.99     
Bally Sports Oklahoma$89.99     
Bally Sports San Diego$89.99     
Bally Sports SoCal$89.99     
Bally Sports South$89.99     
Bally Sports Southeast$89.99     
Bally Sports Southwest$89.99     
Bally Sports Sun$89.99     
Bally Sports Tennessee$89.99     
Bally Sports West$89.99     
Bally Sports Wisconsin$89.99     
Marquee Sports Network$89.99X    
MSG$89.99X    
MSG+$89.99X    
NBC Sports Bay Area$89.99XX  X
NBC Sports Boston$89.99XX  X
NBC Sports California$89.99XX  X
NBC Sports Chicago$89.99XX  X
NBC Sports Northwest XX  X
NBC Sports Philadelphia XX  X
NBC Sports Washington$89.99XX  X
Root Sports Northwest$89.99X    
Spectrum SportsNet$89.99     
Spectrum SportsNet LA$89.99     
SportsNet NY$89.99XX  X
SportsTime Ohio$89.99     
YES Network$89.99     

*Due to the NBA’s blackout restrictions, local fans may have to watch some games on regional sports networks as coverage varies based on location.