2014 NBA Christmas Day TV Schedule, Streaming, Preview & More

2014 NBA Christmas Day TV Schedule, Streaming, Preview & More

Christmas Day is going to be action-packed thanks to a full NBA line-up of games featuring some of the hottest teams in the league facing off.

There are 5 games being played, with the first starting at 12 P.M. (EST) and the last starting at 10:30 P.M. (EST).

Below you will find the days schedule, including times, channels and where to catch each streaming live.

12 P.M. (EST) Washington Wizards -vs-the NY Knicks from Madison Square Garden: ESPN, CSNB and  MSG.  You can stream the game on your PC using WatchESPN.com or on your mobile devices/tablets using the WatchESPN app.  Both are free but require a valid cable  subscription to log-in.

The WatchESPN app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store, iTunes, the Amazon app store or the Windows Store

This is the least exciting of all the games thanks to a horrendous Knicks record; then again maybe they will actually show up and play- a Christmas miracle.

2:30 P.M. (EST) Oklahoma City Thunder -vs- the San Antonio Spurs from the AT&T Center: ABC.  You can stream this game from your PC or devices using ABC.go.com or the Watch ABC app.  available through Google Play Store, iTunes, the Windows Store or the Amazon App Store.

These are both free, but you need a valid cable subscription and log-in to access them.  Also, check your local service as all games are not available in all markets.

This should be an interesting game from start to finish as the World-Champion Spurs take on an OKC team that is among the best in the eague thanks to the deadly combination of Westbrook and Durant, who is back and healthy.

5 P.M. (EST) Cleveland Cavaliers -vs- the Miami Heat from American Airlines Arena: ABC.   You can stream this game from your PC or devices using ABC.go.com or the Watch ABC app.  available through Google Play Store, iTunes, the Windows Store or the Amazon App Store.

These are both free, but you need a valid cable subscription and log-in to access them.  Also, check your local service as all games are not available in all markets.

This promises to be the most watched game in the line-up, as LeBron James returns to his former stomping grounds.

It will be interesting to see how Miami fans react and how close if a game it turns out to be- it might be closer than many fans think.

8 P.M. (EST) Los Angeles Lakers -vs- the Chicago Bulls from the United Center: TNT.  You can stream this game using TNTDrama.com and  the Watch TNT app from the Google Play Store, iTunes the Amazon App Store or the Windows Store.

Both are free but you will need a cable subscription to log-in and see the games.

The Bulls have a healthy Derrek Rose who has been playing strong in his last coupe of games, while L.A., despite Kobe’s return, are an aging and declining team.

With that being said this is prime-time so expect Kobe to put on a show, turning this into a battle with Rose.

10:30 P.M. (EST) Golden State Warriors -vs- the Los Angeles Clippers from the Staples Center: TNT.    You can stream this game using TNTDrama.com and  the Watch TNT app from the Google Play Store, iTunes the Amazon App Store or the Windows Store.

Both are free but you will need a cable subscription to log-in and see the games.

The final game of the night could turn into a real shootout thanks to Golden State’s 3-point king ( and scoring machine) Stephen Curry and L.A.’s duo of Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.

When these 2 teams compete it is always a show and the perfect ending to the days games.

Will you be watching any of these games?  Tell us who you want to win or who you think will win below.

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