The 2015-16 NBA regular season starts on Tuesday, Oct. 27 with three games on the slate, including two Nationally Televised contests.
LeBron James and the Cavaliers will face the Chicago Bulls on TNT at 8 p.m.. The second half of the Turner double-header will feature the New Orleans Pelicans playing at the defending World Champion Warriors (10:30 p.m., TNT). The Detroit Pistons will take on the Hawks in Atlanta on the true Opening Night as well (8 p.m., NBA League Pass).
Wednesday night, Oct. 28, there will be 14 NBA games played, including the San Antonio Spurs facing the Thunder on Oklahoma City on ESPN (8 p.m.) and the Minnesota Timberwolves facing the Lakers in Los Angeles on ESPN (10:30 p.m.).
The NBA is one of the more progressive sports leagues in terms of online streaming and there will be plenty of options available throughout the 2015-16 season. http://www.nba.com/leaguepass/ allows you to watch full regular season games for fee. It costs $199.99 (or five installments of $44.99) to get the whole deal, but if you're a Celtics fan living in California or a Knicks fan living in Florida and just want to see your teams' games, there's a new feature in which you can customize your access with a "team pass." You can even just buy select games a la carte. This year you can also stream up to four games at once.