The Houston Rockets are being forecasted as a team that could actually outscore the Golden State Warriors, and it seems as though the Rockets’ decision to use James Harden as a point guard is actually working out well. The Rockets are 2-1, but now face the defending NBA champions, the Cleveland Cavaliers. Irving vs. Harden, Eric Gordon vs. JR Smith, Ryan Anderson vs. Kevin Love, the matchups are going to be fun to watch.
The catch is that unless the Rockets can figure out their defense, we’re expecting the Cavaliers to come out on top.
Mike D’Antoni, the new head coach of the Houston Rockets, isn’t exactly known for his fondness of the defensive arts. His style of coaching is really more of the whole “I bet we can score more points than you can.” That’s bad news for teams trying to win championships, but good news for people trying to watch exciting basketball.
The NBA recognizes that this game is going to be one that’s going to be a marquee matchup, so they’ve actually moved the game up an hour so that it won’t interfere with the World Series Game 6.
Cavaliers vs. Rockets Viewing Details
When: Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
Time: 6:00 P.M. EST
Broadcasting Channel: NBAtv, FSOH, RTSW
Where: The Q | Cleveland, OH
How To Watch Cavaliers vs. Rockets Live Stream Online & Mobile
The game is being broadcast on NBAtv, Fox Sports Ohio and Root Sports Southwest, which means that there are actually a couple of great ways to watch the game. Sadly, all of them are going to require a subscription of some sort–either cable or some service. If you’re already a cable subscriber, then simply check your local listings for NBAtv channel information.
Fox Sports Ohio or Root Sports Southwest
The game is being broadcasted nationally on NBAtv, but if you’re looking for local broadcaster coverage, you’ll need to tune into Root Sports Southwest or Fox Sports Ohio.
NBA League Pass
NBA League Pass is the subscription service to watch all non-local NBA games. Honestly there a ton of things that we’d change about NBA League Pass, but if you’re a fan of the NBA then you might want to consider subscribing. It’s $199.99 per season.