Where to watch the 2020/21 NBA Season live on TV & stream

2020/21 NBA Season - The wait is over!

The NBA 2020/21 season is just around the corner and the expectations are high. We take a closer look at the teams, their preparations and what to expect from the upcoming season. December 22nd is the start date for the 2020/21 season and the teams are in full speed preparing for a long and intense season. LA Lakers goes into the season as the reigning champions and will find tough opposition as they hope to defend the title. The NBA is followed best on TV or stream and you’ll find all the information you need on how to watch the games live at Livesportsontv.com.

NBA Draft

The 2020 NBA draft was held on the 18th of November after been rescheduled from its original date earlier in June. 60 selections in two rounds were accomplished as the NBA teams laid their hands on some of the most promising basketball talents. Looking at this season’s draft and the hottest prospects we find players as Anthony Edwards, James Wiseman and LaMelo Ball. First team to pick in the 2020 NBA draft was the Minnesota Timberwolves followed by the Golden State Warriors and the Charlotte Hornets. Anthony Edwards was selected first in the draft and will represent the Timberwolves in the upcoming season. The shooting guard is 19 years old and born in Atlanta, Georgia. His college career has been a huge success representing Georgia and recognized with several honors. He was one of five candidates for the Jerry West Award during his last college season, a trophy that recognizes the best college shooting guard.

Top drafts 2020

1.     Anthony Edwards -> Minnesota Timberwolves

2.     James Wiseman -> Golden State Warriors

3.     LaMelo Ball -> Charlotte Hornets

4.     Patrick Williams -> Chicago Bulls

5.     Isaac Okoro -> Cleveland Cavaliers

6.     Onyeka Okongwu -> Atlanta Hawks

7.     Killian Hayes -> Detroit Pistons

8.     Obi Toppin -> New York Knicks

9.     Deni Avdija -> Washington Wizards

10.  Jalen Smith -> Phoenix Suns

Season 2020/21 preview

The 2020/21 season will be different in some ways to what the players and fans are used to. Instead of the normal 82-game season the upcoming regular season will consist of 72 games. The league games will begin on the 22nd of December and run until May if everything goes as planned. There will be a break for the All-Star event, and this will take place when the half season is played. The NBA schedule for the 2020/21 season will be released in two parts, first half of the games is already out while the rest of the fixtures will be released once we’ve reached half season. This is nothing you’ll have to worry about if you’re using the NBA TV-schedule at Liversportsontv.com since the match list will be updated as soon as any information on the game schedule is official.

The Play-in stage will be running from May 18-21. The 7th-10th placed team in the Eastern and Western Conference will play a round of games to decide who’re going to the postseason. The postseason is schedule to begin on the 22nd of May and will be much like we’re used to with four rounds of best-of-seven-games series. TV-guide and information on the Playoffs and the NBA Final will be out on Livesportsontv.com as we get closer to the match days.


It’s great to have the NBA back and be able to watch your team live on TV and stream again. The season is hard to predict as always but there’re a few teams that stands out. Of course, the current champions, LA Lakers, will be up there with the best as they try to defend their position as the best. They will have a hard time this season though with both the Brooklyn Nets, Milwaukee Bucks and the LA Clippers shining as possible candidates for the NBA title.

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Watch the NBA live on TV & stream

You’ll be able to follow every single throw from the 2020/21 NBA season on TV or livestream. To make it easier for you, use Livesportsontv.com and the NBA TV-schedule to always stay up to date with the latest broadcasting information. We give the right channel or stream for every game, from the regular season to the NBA final.

The 2020/21 NBA season will be broadcast nationally and regionally in the US and Canada. For the US viewers it’s going to be ESPN, TNT and NBA TV who broadcast the NBA games nationally. For the Canadian viewers this will be taken care of TSN, RDS, Sportsnet and NBA TV Canada. To find all regional broadcasters for the game you want to see please check out the NBA TV-schedule here!

Author: Dan Anderson