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NBA Fixtures, TV Channels, Live Stream on Oct. 18

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ORLANDO, FL, Sporting Alert – Following Tuesday’s exciting opening night, the NBA fixtures continue on Wednesday night with 11 more games across the country.

Two of these games will be nationally televised on ESPN and stream live on WatchESPN at 7 pm and 9:30 pm ET, respectively, while the Boston Celtics and the Houston Rockets make quick turnarounds.

Four games will go off at 7 pm, with the Washington Wizards entertaining the Philadelphia 76ers at Capital One Arena in the season opener for both teams, live on ESPN.

Also tipping off at 7 pm are the clashes involving Charlotte Hornets and Detroit Pistons at Little Caesars Arena, Indiana Pacers vs Brooklyn Nets at Bankers Life Fieldhouse and the Miami Heat at the Orlando Magic.

The Boston Celtics will seek to bounce back from Tuesday’s season-opening defeat at Cleveland when they welcome Milwaukee Bucks at TD Garden, at 7:30 pm.

Kyrie Irving and the Celtics will try to refocus after the gruesome injury to Gordon Hayward against the Cavaliers.

Hayward, who only joined Boston from Utah in July, may miss the rest of his first season with the injury.

The Houston Rockets, who rallied to surprise defending champion Golden State Warriors on the road Tuesday will try to build on that win when they play back-to-back road games in the visit to the Sacramento Kings.

San Antonio Spurs and Minnesota Timberwolves face off at AT&T Center at 9:30 pm, live on ESPN and WatchESPN.

Elsewhere, the new-look Memphis Grizzlies welcome New Orleans Pelicans at FedExForum for their season opener at 8 pm, while Dallas Mavericks and Atlanta Hawks open up at American Airlines Center at 8:30.

Denver Nuggets are at Utah Jazz, starting at 9, Phoenix Suns will entertain Portland Trail Blazers at 10.

Wednesday, October 18

Philadelphia at Washington 7:00 PM ESPN and WatchESPN
Charlotte at Detroit 7:00 PM
Brooklyn at Indiana 7:00 PM
Miami at Orlando 7:00 PM
Milwaukee at Boston 7:30 PM
New Orleans at Memphis 8:00 PM
Atlanta at Dallas 8:30 PM
Denver at Utah 9:00 PM
Minnesota at San Antonio 9:30 PM ESPN and WatchESPN
Portland at Phoenix 10:00 PM
Houston at Sacramento 10:00 PM

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