NBA Game Hub: Scores, highlights, live streams for Tuesday, Nov. 1

What you need to know:

As the we move through the second week of the NBA season, we’re trying a new experiment here at FanSided. This game hub has live stream information for all of tonight’s games, a quick preview, and links to some of our favorite basketball pieces from today to read while you’re waiting for tip-off. One the games get started we’ll be updating this post with highlights and scores from all of tonight’s action. Come back tomorrow morning and check in for a recap of anything you missed.

This Tuesday night features a full slate, including matchups up between some of the best teams in the league. The Houston Rockets get a chance to try and hand the Cleveland Cavaliers their first loss of the season. They’ll need a big night from James Harden to pull it off. The Utah Jazz will also be looking to make a statement as they take on the red hot Kawhi Leonard and his San Antonio Spurs. In the late game, the Golden State Warriors continue to search for their rhythm (and outside shot) as they take on Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers.

In between, there are several other games which should produce plenty of highlights. Watch the Minnesota Timberwolves try to avenge their opening night loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. The Indiana Pacers and Los Angeles Lakers should be a fastbreak feast, and the Detroit Pistons and the New York Knicks promises an intriguing inside-outside matchup.

Tonight’s NBA Games:

HoustonRockets

ClevelandCavaliers

Game time: 7:00 PM EST. Preview and live stream information here.

Los AngelesLakers

IndianaPacers

Game time: 7:00 PM EST. Preview and live stream information here.

OrlandoMagic

Philadelphia76ers

Game time: 7:00 PM EST. Preview and live stream information here.

New YorkKnicks

DetroitPistons

Game time: 7:30 PM EST. Preview and live stream information here.

SacramentoKings

MiamiHeat

Game time: 7:30 PM EST. Preview and live stream information here.

MemphisGrizzlies

MinnesotaTimberwolves

Game time: 8:00 PM EST. Preview and live stream information here.

MilwaukeeBucks

New OrleansPelicans

Game time: 8:00 PM EST. Preview and live stream information here.

UtahJazz

San AntonioSpurs

Game time: 8:30 PM EST. Preview and live stream information here.

Golden StateWarriors

PortlandTrailblazers

Game time: 10:00 PM EST. Preview and live stream information here.

Highlights:

Check back in once tonight’s games tip-off!

ICYMI:

While you’re waiting for the games to start, here are a few of our favorite basketball pieces from around the FanSided Network today.

At The Step Back, Howard Megdal talked with Isaiah Thomas of the Boston Celtics about his aspirations and optimism for the future.

As an aside, if you haven’t found your way to The Step Back yet, please come check us out. We’re a new NBA vertical here at FanSided, meeting you at every obsessive niche of fandom — stats, stories, art, podcasts, etc. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter, @The_Step_Back.

Ray Allen announced his retirement today (he hasn’t played since 2014) and leaves behind a confusingly balanced legacy. Allen had big moments for the Milwaukee Bucks, Seattle Supersonics, Boston Celtics, and Miami Heat. What jersey will you remember him in?

With Devin Harris out, Seth Curry has had an opportunity to secure his spot in the Mavericks’ rotation. Three games in, he’s still trying to find his rhythm.

Our relationship with LeBron James has always been defined by doubt. But that’s our problem, not his.

Clevis Murray of Sir Charles in Charge sat down with Kirk Lacob, Assistant General Manager of the Golden State Warriors, to talk about technology and the Warriors’ historic offseason.

So, about those Chicago Bulls. They’ve won their first three games and so far have the most efficient offense in the league. What the heck is going on? If they season ended today they’d be favorites to meet the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals. Even if it’s nothing but the noise from small sample size, we may as well go ahead and enjoy it while it lasts.

The whole sixth-man role seems to be working out just fine for Zach Randolph.

The Denver Nuggets almost took one from the Toronto Raptors last night. Sure, they’re just 1-2 to start the season but they’ve looked really good at times and could be the Western Conference surprise that everyone thought the Minnesota Timberwolves would be.

Miami has been surprisingly frisky and the Heat are starting to take the training wheels off Justise Winslow.

Remember when we weren’t sure Myles Turner could run without hurting himself. Yeah. Now he’s knocking on Karl-Anthony Towns’ door and asking to be invited to the “Best Young Big Men” party.

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