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NBA schedule: today's games, times, TV, online - how to watch and stream, Wednesday 16 February

As the NBA season edges closer to the playoffs we bring you all you need to know about the games that are taking place today. Find your team and tune in.

NBA games today: times, TV, online and how to watch

It's Wednesday 16 February 2022 and there's another raft of games in the NBA for your viewing enjoyment. Find out how and where you can watch them.

Nets head to Madison Square Garden for Knicks clash

Moments after the Brooklyn Nets finished their first win in more than three weeks, cheering from the locker room was audible, and talk about a different environment highlighted the postgame comments. After ending their 11-game losing streak, the Nets will seek their first winning streak in nearly a month Wednesday night when they visit the New York Knicks.

It will be Brooklyn's third game since the team granted James Harden's desire to be traded by sending him to Philadelphia. The return package included Ben Simmons, Seth Curry and Andre Drummond, with the latter two playing key roles in the Nets' first win since 21 January.

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Brooklyn ended the skid by never trailing in a 109-85 win over the Sacramento Kings that marked the Nets' fewest points allowed and lowest opponents' shooting percentage (34.4 percent) of the season.

"The locker room, it's just a great vibe in there right now," Brooklyn's Bruce Brown said. "I don't know what it is. Everything just shifted after the trade deadline. Everybody likes everybody. It's just great."

Curry led the Nets with 23 points, including 12 in the third quarter, while Drummond played effective defense on Domantas Sabonis and contributed 11 points and nine rebounds. Brown had a season-high 19 points, and LaMarcus Aldridge finished with 19 points and eight rebounds as the Nets shot 51.2 percent -- their best field-goal percentage since 52.8 in a 119-118 win at Washington on 19 January.

The Knicks, meanwhile, are starting to run out of time in their quest for a play-in berth as they entered Tuesday's action 5 1/2 games behind eighth-place Brooklyn and two games behind 10th-place Atlanta in the Eastern Conference. New York is 3-12 in its past 15 since winning three straight 10-15 January.

New York's rough stretch includes seven double-digit losses, and four of the past five defeats occurred in games when the Knicks led by double digits at some point.

After blowing a 23-point lead in Saturday's 112-103 loss in Portland, the Knicks squandered an 11-point lead in the third quarter and were handed a 127-123 overtime loss Monday to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

New York's latest losses are occurring as Julius Randle is in the midst of his best stretch of the season. Randle posted a triple-double of 30 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists Monday, and he has tied a season high by getting at least 20 points in six straight games.

NBA regular season schedule for Wednesday 16 February

All times are ET:

Atlanta Hawks at Orlando Magic (7pm) - Bally Sports FloridaBally Sports SE-ATL

Detroit Pistons at Boston Celtics (7:30pm) - NBC Sports BostonBally Sports DET

Washington Wizards at Indiana Pacers (7:30pm) - Bally Sports IndianaNBCSWA

Brooklyn Nets at New York Knicks (7:30pm) - ESPN

Sacramento Kings at Chicago Bulls (8:00pm) - NBC Sports ChicagoNBCSCA

Portland Trail Blazers at Memphis Grizzlies (8:00pm) - Bally Sports SE-MEMROOT SPORTS

Toronto Raptors at Minnesota Timberwolves (8:00pm) - Bally Sports NorthTSN

San Antonio Spurs at Oklahoma City Thunder (8:00pm) - Bally Sports OKBally Sports SW-SA

Houston Rockets at Phoenix Suns (9:00pm) - Bally Sports AZATTSN-SW

Denver Nuggets at Golden State Warriors (10:00pm) - NBC Sports Bay AreaAltitude

Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Lakers** (10:00pm) - ESPN plus Spectrum SportsNetATTSN-RM

**You'll also be able to follow this game live with us on AS USA. Join us an hour before tip-off.

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NBA All-Star Game 2022

Remember that the All-Star game and everything that goes on around it is getting plenty of attention already. You'll be able to follow it all live with us on Sunday 20 February.

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