76ers vs Trail Blazers

76ers vs Trail Blazers : 76ers vs Trail Blazers NBA live starts on teams will return to play during the 2019-20 NBA season. The 22 teams consist of the 16 teams (eight per conference) in current playoff positions and the six teams that are currently six games or fewer behind the eighth seed in their respective conferences.

The player will be isolated and retested to make sure there isn’t a false positive. If it is confirmed, then the player will begin treatment and will undergo a period of rest and recovery lasting at least 14 days. Players will be restricted from exercise and will have to pass cardiac tests before a return to basketball is even considered. Players will be tested regularly.
Also Read: NBA Live : All you want to know about NBA Restart, Schedules, format Live…
If a player doesn’t want to go?
If a team determines a player is at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, he can be designated a “protected” player who does not have to report and will not lose salary. Additionally, a panel of three medical experts will review players’ medical histories and could determine whether a player has a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. In that case, a player is “excused” and will also not be docked salary.Players have the option to challenge the “protected” status and a panel of physicians will have ultimate authority. However, if a player doesn’t fall into either criterion and still declines to go, he will lose a corresponding number of game checks. For example, a player making $10 million per year will lose roughly $108,000 per game missed for up to 14 games. Players with season-ending injuries who will be unable to play in Orlando, such as Brooklyn Nets stars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving will still receive their full pay.

NBA Live : How big will be the each NBA squad and what protocols they will follow ?

Team Members

Each team will have 37 people inside the NBA campus. That will include up to 17 players, as well as support staff (including coaches, trainers, strength coaches, equipment managers, security, and front-office personnel). Teams are being encouraged to bring a mental health professional. As teams advance in the playoffs, they will be allowed to add and swap out members of the travel party. Teams can add two staffers after advancing past the first round of the playoffs, and two more after the conference semifinals.

When to watch NBA scrimmage live:
Orlando Magic vs LA Clippers
July 22, 3 PM EST (July 23, 12:30 AM IST)
Washington Wizards vs Denver Nuggets
July 22, 5 PM EST (July 23, 2:30 AM IST)
New Orleans Pelicans vs Brooklyn Nets
July 22, 7 PM EST (July 23, 4:30 AM IST)
Sacramento Kings vs Miami Heat
July 22, 9 PM EST (July 23, 6:30 AM IST)
Portland Trail Blazers vs Indiana Pacers
July 23, 3:30 PM EST (July 24, 1 AM IST)
Dallas Mavericks vs Los Angeles Lakers
July 23, 7 PM EST (July 24, 4:30 AM IST)
Oklahoma City Thunder vs Boston Celtics
July 24, 5 PM EST (July 25, 2:30 AM IST)
Houston Rockets vs Toronto Raptors
July 24, 7:30 PM EST (July 25, 5 AM IST)
Los Angeles Lakers vs Orlando Magic
July 25, 12 PM EST (9:30 PM IST)
Miami Heat vs Utah Jazz
July 25, 4 PM EST (July 26, 1:30 AM IST)
Philadelphia 76ers vs Oklahoma City Thunder
July 26, 12 PM EST (9:30 PM IST)
Indiana Pacers vs Dallas Mavericks
July 26, 4 PM EST (July 27, 1:30 AM IST)
Portland Trail Blazers vs Toronto Raptors
July 26, 6:00 PM EST (July 27, 3:30 AM IST)
Houston Rockets vs Memphis Grizzlies
July 26, 8:00 PM EST (July 27, 5:30 AM IST)
Washington Wizards vs Los Angeles Lakers
July 27, 3:00 PM EST (July 28, 12:30 AM IST)
Utah Jazz vs Brooklyn Nets
July 27, 5:30 PM EST (July 28, 3 AM IST)
Memphis Grizzlies vs Miami Heat
July 28, 2 PM EST (11:30 PM IST)
San Antonio Spurs vs Indiana Pacers
July 28, 4 PM EST (July 29, 1:30 AM IST)

NBA Live : How many games each team will play in NBA Restart ?

It varies by team, but most of the 22 teams would play 72 or 73 games after the eight “seeding games” are added to their regular-season game total. The Dallas Mavericks would have played the most total games (75) and the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers would have played the least (71).

TIMELINES AND LOCATION

• July 31 is the start date for NBA. The finals would end no later than Oct. 12

• The 2019-20 restart is contingent on an agreement with The Walt Disney Company to use Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Fla., as a single site for a campus for all games, practices, and housing for the remainder of the season

• The 2020-21 NBA regular season would likely begin on Dec. 1, 2020, provided the games begin on July 31st

NBA scrimmage TV schedule: NBA scrimmage broadcast details in India
The NBA exhibition games will begin on July 22 (July 23 IST). The Orlando Magic and LA Clippers game will be broadcast first, followed by the New Orleans Pelicans and Brooklyn Nets matchup. NBA TV is offering a live broadcast of the scrimmages for all seven days, including six doubleheaders and one quadruple-header along with scrimmage highlights for some games. The Washington Wizards vs Denver Nuggets game along with the Sacramento Kings and Miami Heat game will be tape-delayed.

Where to watch NBA LIVE Streaming and broadcast in India:

In India all NBA Games will be live broadcasted on SONY SPORTS and will be LIVE STREAMED ON SONY LIV and on FanCode
NBA schedule 2020
NBA fixtures and live broadcast schedule

July 31, Friday

New Orleans Pelicans vs Utah Jazz, 4:00 am Indian Standard Time (IST)

Los Angeles Lakers vs Los Angeles Clippers, 6:30 am IST

August 1, Saturday

Brooklyn Nets vs Orlando Magic, 12:00 am IST

Washington Wizards vs Phoenix Suns, 1:30 am IST

Portland Trail Blazers vs Memphis Grizzlies, 1:30 am IST

Milwaukee Bucks vs Boston Celtics, 4:00 am IST

San Antonio Spurs vs Sacramento Kings, 5:30 am IST

Dallas Mavericks vs Houston Rockets, 6:30 am IST

Denver Nuggets vs Miami Heat, 10:30 pm IST

August 2, Sunday

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Utah Jazz, 1:00 am IST

Los Angeles Clippers vs New Orleans Pelicans, 3:30 am IST

Indiana Pacers vs Philadelphia 76ers, 4:30 am IST

Toronto Raptors vs Los Angeles Lakers, 6:00 am IST

Brooklyn Nets vs Washington Wizards, 11:30 pm IST
The Los Angeles Lakers face the Indiana Pacers on Saturday, August 8, 2020 (8/8/20) at ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena in Orlando, Florida.

Fans can watch the event for free with a trial of Sling.

Here is what you need to know:

What: NBA regular season

Who: Lakers vs. Pacers

When: Saturday, August 8, 2020

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena

Time: 6 p.m. ET

TV: TNT

Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Live stream: Sling (free trial)

***

This is the land of in-between for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Games right now matter, in the sense that only three contests are left to build momentum for the postseason. And games right now don’t matter, in the sense that the Lakers basically knew five months ago that they would be the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.

They lost again Thursday night, with LeBron James getting the night off in a defeat to the Houston Rockets. The Lakers are 2-3 so far in the bubble, and their offensive numbers are brutal.

There are 22 teams here at the NBA restart at Walt Disney World. Of those 22, the Lakers — the team with the second-best record in the NBA — rank last in field goal percentage (.408), last in 3-point percentage (.234), last in points per game (98.8) and next-to-last in free throw percentage (.729).

“This is a totally different season, a totally different drastic situation for all of us, including myself,” James said this week.

If they win Game 1 of the playoffs in about a week and a half, none of this will matter. If they win the NBA title in a couple months, this will be long forgotten. But right now, the Lakers sure don’t seem like a team that’s going to be rolling into the postseason.

“I do believe in percentages,” Lakers coach Frank Vogel said. “I do believe in guys trusting the work that they put in. And there’s always a reversion to the mean. The law of averages plays out and I’m OK with getting all these misses out of the way right now.”

James didn’t play against Houston because of what the Lakers described as a sore groin muscle. There have been plenty of instances over the years where James has taken games off toward the end of the regular season once his team’s playoff seed was certain.

But this falls under what he was saying when he called this “a totally different season,” or as the NBA calls games at this restart, a Whole New Game. Having more than four months off isn’t ideal for anyone, including James, who is a creature of habit and rhythm.

And while he’s had flashes of his typical MVP-caliber self at Disney, they haven’t been constant. He came into the restart averaging 25.7 points, 10.6 assists and 7.9 rebounds on 50% shooting from the field, 35% from 3-point range.

In his four games at Disney, James is averaging 19.3 points, 10 rebounds and 6.3 assists on 42% shooting, 27% from 3-point range. For just about anyone else on the planet, those are fine numbers. For James, it shows his best form isn’t there yet.

“This is a totally different situation than any other situation that I’ve been in in my career, so I have zero experience with having the No. 1 seed inside of a bubble during seeding games playing in August,” James said. “So, this is all a learning experience for all of us and we’re going to take it day-by-day and continue to work on our habits, either on the floor, during the film session, when we’re able to get on the floor as well.”

He’s right: the habits need some work.

The Lakers have three of the four lowest-scoring games played in the bubble through Thursday: They had 97 against the Rockets, 92 against Toronto on Aug. 1 and 86 against Oklahoma City on Wednesday. The only other team with a point total like that so far in the restart is Utah, which had 94 against the Thunder on Aug. 1.

The Lakers also have the two worst field-goal percentage games in the bubble through Thursday, as well as the two worst 3-point shooting games.

They don’t seem panicked, because nothing counts yet. And there is a silver lining ahead: The Lakers play their last seeding game on Aug. 13, which could be as many as five days before their playoff opener because of the West play-in series that now seems all-but assured.

In other words, the Lakers will have time to start looking like themselves again.

“Obviously, it is a situation for us that we’re not shooting the ball well,” Lakers wing Kyle Kuzma said. “But we also know we have proven commodities.”

Nets vs Clippers

Nets vs Clippers : Nets vs Clippers Live Watch Free Online The player will be isolated and retested to make sure there isn’t a false positive. If it is confirmed, then the player will begin treatment and will undergo a period of rest and recovery lasting at least 14 days.

Players will be restricted from exercise and will have to pass cardiac tests before a return to basketball is even considered. Players will be tested regularly.
Also Read: NBA Live : All you want to know about NBA Restart, Schedules, format Live…
If a player doesn’t want to go?
If a team determines a player is at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, he can be designated a “protected” player who does not have to report and will not lose salary. Additionally, a panel of three medical experts will review players’ medical histories and could determine whether a player has a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. In that case, a player is “excused” and will also not be docked salary.Players have the option to challenge the “protected” status and a panel of physicians will have ultimate authority. However, if a player doesn’t fall into either criterion and still declines to go, he will lose a corresponding number of game checks. For example, a player making $10 million per year will lose roughly $108,000 per game missed for up to 14 games. Players with season-ending injuries who will be unable to play in Orlando, such as Brooklyn Nets stars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving will still receive their full pay.

NBA Live : How big will be the each NBA squad and what protocols they will follow ?

Team Members

Each team will have 37 people inside the NBA campus. That will include up to 17 players, as well as support staff (including coaches, trainers, strength coaches, equipment managers, security, and front-office personnel). Teams are being encouraged to bring a mental health professional. As teams advance in the playoffs, they will be allowed to add and swap out members of the travel party. Teams can add two staffers after advancing past the first round of the playoffs, and two more after the conference semifinals.

When to watch NBA scrimmage live:
Orlando Magic vs LA Clippers
July 22, 3 PM EST (July 23, 12:30 AM IST)
Washington Wizards vs Denver Nuggets
July 22, 5 PM EST (July 23, 2:30 AM IST)
New Orleans Pelicans vs Brooklyn Nets
July 22, 7 PM EST (July 23, 4:30 AM IST)
Sacramento Kings vs Miami Heat
July 22, 9 PM EST (July 23, 6:30 AM IST)
Portland Trail Blazers vs Indiana Pacers
July 23, 3:30 PM EST (July 24, 1 AM IST)
Dallas Mavericks vs Los Angeles Lakers
July 23, 7 PM EST (July 24, 4:30 AM IST)
Oklahoma City Thunder vs Boston Celtics
July 24, 5 PM EST (July 25, 2:30 AM IST)
Houston Rockets vs Toronto Raptors
July 24, 7:30 PM EST (July 25, 5 AM IST)
Los Angeles Lakers vs Orlando Magic
July 25, 12 PM EST (9:30 PM IST)
Miami Heat vs Utah Jazz
July 25, 4 PM EST (July 26, 1:30 AM IST)
Philadelphia 76ers vs Oklahoma City Thunder
July 26, 12 PM EST (9:30 PM IST)
Indiana Pacers vs Dallas Mavericks
July 26, 4 PM EST (July 27, 1:30 AM IST)
Portland Trail Blazers vs Toronto Raptors
July 26, 6:00 PM EST (July 27, 3:30 AM IST)
Houston Rockets vs Memphis Grizzlies
July 26, 8:00 PM EST (July 27, 5:30 AM IST)
Washington Wizards vs Los Angeles Lakers
July 27, 3:00 PM EST (July 28, 12:30 AM IST)
Utah Jazz vs Brooklyn Nets
July 27, 5:30 PM EST (July 28, 3 AM IST)
Memphis Grizzlies vs Miami Heat
July 28, 2 PM EST (11:30 PM IST)
San Antonio Spurs vs Indiana Pacers
July 28, 4 PM EST (July 29, 1:30 AM IST)

NBA Live : How many games each team will play in NBA Restart ?

It varies by team, but most of the 22 teams would play 72 or 73 games after the eight “seeding games” are added to their regular-season game total. The Dallas Mavericks would have played the most total games (75) and the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers would have played the least (71).

TIMELINES AND LOCATION

• July 31 is the start date for NBA. The finals would end no later than Oct. 12

• The 2019-20 restart is contingent on an agreement with The Walt Disney Company to use Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Fla., as a single site for a campus for all games, practices, and housing for the remainder of the season

• The 2020-21 NBA regular season would likely begin on Dec. 1, 2020, provided the games begin on July 31st

NBA scrimmage TV schedule: NBA scrimmage broadcast details in India
The NBA exhibition games will begin on July 22 (July 23 IST). The Orlando Magic and LA Clippers game will be broadcast first, followed by the New Orleans Pelicans and Brooklyn Nets matchup. NBA TV is offering a live broadcast of the scrimmages for all seven days, including six doubleheaders and one quadruple-header along with scrimmage highlights for some games. The Washington Wizards vs Denver Nuggets game along with the Sacramento Kings and Miami Heat game will be tape-delayed.

Where to watch NBA LIVE Streaming and broadcast in India:

In India all NBA Games will be live broadcasted on SONY SPORTS and will be LIVE STREAMED ON SONY LIV and on FanCode
NBA schedule 2020
NBA fixtures and live broadcast schedule

July 31, Friday

New Orleans Pelicans vs Utah Jazz, 4:00 am Indian Standard Time (IST)

Los Angeles Lakers vs Los Angeles Clippers, 6:30 am IST

August 1, Saturday

Brooklyn Nets vs Orlando Magic, 12:00 am IST

Washington Wizards vs Phoenix Suns, 1:30 am IST

Portland Trail Blazers vs Memphis Grizzlies, 1:30 am IST

Milwaukee Bucks vs Boston Celtics, 4:00 am IST

San Antonio Spurs vs Sacramento Kings, 5:30 am IST

Dallas Mavericks vs Houston Rockets, 6:30 am IST

Denver Nuggets vs Miami Heat, 10:30 pm IST

August 2, Sunday

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Utah Jazz, 1:00 am IST

Los Angeles Clippers vs New Orleans Pelicans, 3:30 am IST

Indiana Pacers vs Philadelphia 76ers, 4:30 am IST

Toronto Raptors vs Los Angeles Lakers, 6:00 am IST

Brooklyn Nets vs Washington Wizards, 11:30 pm IST
The Los Angeles Lakers face the Indiana Pacers on Saturday, August 8, 2020 (8/8/20) at ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena in Orlando, Florida.

Fans can watch the event for free with a trial of Sling.

Here is what you need to know:

What: NBA regular season

Who: Lakers vs. Pacers

When: Saturday, August 8, 2020

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena

Time: 6 p.m. ET

TV: TNT

Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Live stream: Sling (free trial)

***

This is the land of in-between for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Games right now matter, in the sense that only three contests are left to build momentum for the postseason. And games right now don’t matter, in the sense that the Lakers basically knew five months ago that they would be the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.

They lost again Thursday night, with LeBron James getting the night off in a defeat to the Houston Rockets. The Lakers are 2-3 so far in the bubble, and their offensive numbers are brutal.

There are 22 teams here at the NBA restart at Walt Disney World. Of those 22, the Lakers — the team with the second-best record in the NBA — rank last in field goal percentage (.408), last in 3-point percentage (.234), last in points per game (98.8) and next-to-last in free throw percentage (.729).

“This is a totally different season, a totally different drastic situation for all of us, including myself,” James said this week.

If they win Game 1 of the playoffs in about a week and a half, none of this will matter. If they win the NBA title in a couple months, this will be long forgotten. But right now, the Lakers sure don’t seem like a team that’s going to be rolling into the postseason.

“I do believe in percentages,” Lakers coach Frank Vogel said. “I do believe in guys trusting the work that they put in. And there’s always a reversion to the mean. The law of averages plays out and I’m OK with getting all these misses out of the way right now.”

James didn’t play against Houston because of what the Lakers described as a sore groin muscle. There have been plenty of instances over the years where James has taken games off toward the end of the regular season once his team’s playoff seed was certain.

But this falls under what he was saying when he called this “a totally different season,” or as the NBA calls games at this restart, a Whole New Game. Having more than four months off isn’t ideal for anyone, including James, who is a creature of habit and rhythm.

And while he’s had flashes of his typical MVP-caliber self at Disney, they haven’t been constant. He came into the restart averaging 25.7 points, 10.6 assists and 7.9 rebounds on 50% shooting from the field, 35% from 3-point range.

In his four games at Disney, James is averaging 19.3 points, 10 rebounds and 6.3 assists on 42% shooting, 27% from 3-point range. For just about anyone else on the planet, those are fine numbers. For James, it shows his best form isn’t there yet.

“This is a totally different situation than any other situation that I’ve been in in my career, so I have zero experience with having the No. 1 seed inside of a bubble during seeding games playing in August,” James said. “So, this is all a learning experience for all of us and we’re going to take it day-by-day and continue to work on our habits, either on the floor, during the film session, when we’re able to get on the floor as well.”

He’s right: the habits need some work.

The Lakers have three of the four lowest-scoring games played in the bubble through Thursday: They had 97 against the Rockets, 92 against Toronto on Aug. 1 and 86 against Oklahoma City on Wednesday. The only other team with a point total like that so far in the restart is Utah, which had 94 against the Thunder on Aug. 1.

The Lakers also have the two worst field-goal percentage games in the bubble through Thursday, as well as the two worst 3-point shooting games.

They don’t seem panicked, because nothing counts yet. And there is a silver lining ahead: The Lakers play their last seeding game on Aug. 13, which could be as many as five days before their playoff opener because of the West play-in series that now seems all-but assured.

In other words, the Lakers will have time to start looking like themselves again.

“Obviously, it is a situation for us that we’re not shooting the ball well,” Lakers wing Kyle Kuzma said. “But we also know we have proven commodities.”

Rockets vs Kings

Rockets vs Kings : Watch Rockets vs Kings Live Free Online Players will be restricted from exercise and will have to pass cardiac tests before a return to basketball is even considered. Players will be tested regularly.

NBA live starts on 31st July, 22 teams will return to play during the 2019-20 NBA season. The 22 teams consist of the 16 teams (eight per conference) in current playoff positions and the six teams that are currently six games or fewer behind the eighth seed in their respective conferences.

The player will be isolated and retested to make sure there isn’t a false positive. If it is confirmed, then the player will begin treatment and will undergo a period of rest and recovery lasting at least 14 days. Schedules, format Live…
If a player doesn’t want to go?
If a team determines a player is at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, he can be designated a “protected” player who does not have to report and will not lose salary. Additionally, a panel of three medical experts will review players’ medical histories and could determine whether a player has a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. In that case, a player is “excused” and will also not be docked salary.Players have the option to challenge the “protected” status and a panel of physicians will have ultimate authority. However, if a player doesn’t fall into either criterion and still declines to go, he will lose a corresponding number of game checks. For example, a player making $10 million per year will lose roughly $108,000 per game missed for up to 14 games. Players with season-ending injuries who will be unable to play in Orlando, such as Brooklyn Nets stars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving will still receive their full pay.

NBA Live : How big will be the each NBA squad and what protocols they will follow ?

Team Members

Each team will have 37 people inside the NBA campus. That will include up to 17 players, as well as support staff (including coaches, trainers, strength coaches, equipment managers, security, and front-office personnel). Teams are being encouraged to bring a mental health professional. As teams advance in the playoffs, they will be allowed to add and swap out members of the travel party. Teams can add two staffers after advancing past the first round of the playoffs, and two more after the conference semifinals.

When to watch NBA scrimmage live:
Orlando Magic vs LA Clippers
July 22, 3 PM EST (July 23, 12:30 AM IST)
Washington Wizards vs Denver Nuggets
July 22, 5 PM EST (July 23, 2:30 AM IST)
New Orleans Pelicans vs Brooklyn Nets
July 22, 7 PM EST (July 23, 4:30 AM IST)
Sacramento Kings vs Miami Heat
July 22, 9 PM EST (July 23, 6:30 AM IST)
Portland Trail Blazers vs Indiana Pacers
July 23, 3:30 PM EST (July 24, 1 AM IST)
Dallas Mavericks vs Los Angeles Lakers
July 23, 7 PM EST (July 24, 4:30 AM IST)
Oklahoma City Thunder vs Boston Celtics
July 24, 5 PM EST (July 25, 2:30 AM IST)
Houston Rockets vs Toronto Raptors
July 24, 7:30 PM EST (July 25, 5 AM IST)
Los Angeles Lakers vs Orlando Magic
July 25, 12 PM EST (9:30 PM IST)
Miami Heat vs Utah Jazz
July 25, 4 PM EST (July 26, 1:30 AM IST)
Philadelphia 76ers vs Oklahoma City Thunder
July 26, 12 PM EST (9:30 PM IST)
Indiana Pacers vs Dallas Mavericks
July 26, 4 PM EST (July 27, 1:30 AM IST)
Portland Trail Blazers vs Toronto Raptors
July 26, 6:00 PM EST (July 27, 3:30 AM IST)
Houston Rockets vs Memphis Grizzlies
July 26, 8:00 PM EST (July 27, 5:30 AM IST)
Washington Wizards vs Los Angeles Lakers
July 27, 3:00 PM EST (July 28, 12:30 AM IST)
Utah Jazz vs Brooklyn Nets
July 27, 5:30 PM EST (July 28, 3 AM IST)
Memphis Grizzlies vs Miami Heat
July 28, 2 PM EST (11:30 PM IST)
San Antonio Spurs vs Indiana Pacers
July 28, 4 PM EST (July 29, 1:30 AM IST)

NBA Live : How many games each team will play in NBA Restart ?

It varies by team, but most of the 22 teams would play 72 or 73 games after the eight “seeding games” are added to their regular-season game total. The Dallas Mavericks would have played the most total games (75) and the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers would have played the least (71).

TIMELINES AND LOCATION

• July 31 is the start date for NBA. The finals would end no later than Oct. 12

• The 2019-20 restart is contingent on an agreement with The Walt Disney Company to use Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Fla., as a single site for a campus for all games, practices, and housing for the remainder of the season

• The 2020-21 NBA regular season would likely begin on Dec. 1, 2020, provided the games begin on July 31st

NBA scrimmage TV schedule: NBA scrimmage broadcast details in India
The NBA exhibition games will begin on July 22 (July 23 IST). The Orlando Magic and LA Clippers game will be broadcast first, followed by the New Orleans Pelicans and Brooklyn Nets matchup. NBA TV is offering a live broadcast of the scrimmages for all seven days, including six doubleheaders and one quadruple-header along with scrimmage highlights for some games. The Washington Wizards vs Denver Nuggets game along with the Sacramento Kings and Miami Heat game will be tape-delayed.

Where to watch NBA LIVE Streaming and broadcast in India:

In India all NBA Games will be live broadcasted on SONY SPORTS and will be LIVE STREAMED ON SONY LIV and on FanCode
NBA schedule 2020
NBA fixtures and live broadcast schedule

July 31, Friday

New Orleans Pelicans vs Utah Jazz, 4:00 am Indian Standard Time (IST)

Los Angeles Lakers vs Los Angeles Clippers, 6:30 am IST

August 1, Saturday

Brooklyn Nets vs Orlando Magic, 12:00 am IST

Washington Wizards vs Phoenix Suns, 1:30 am IST

Portland Trail Blazers vs Memphis Grizzlies, 1:30 am IST

Milwaukee Bucks vs Boston Celtics, 4:00 am IST

San Antonio Spurs vs Sacramento Kings, 5:30 am IST

Dallas Mavericks vs Houston Rockets, 6:30 am IST

Denver Nuggets vs Miami Heat, 10:30 pm IST

August 2, Sunday

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Utah Jazz, 1:00 am IST

Los Angeles Clippers vs New Orleans Pelicans, 3:30 am IST

Indiana Pacers vs Philadelphia 76ers, 4:30 am IST

Toronto Raptors vs Los Angeles Lakers, 6:00 am IST

Brooklyn Nets vs Washington Wizards, 11:30 pm IST
The Los Angeles Lakers face the Indiana Pacers on Saturday, August 8, 2020 (8/8/20) at ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena in Orlando, Florida.

Fans can watch the event for free with a trial of Sling.

Here is what you need to know:

What: NBA regular season

Who: Lakers vs. Pacers

When: Saturday, August 8, 2020

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena

Time: 6 p.m. ET

TV: TNT

Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Live stream: Sling (free trial)

***

This is the land of in-between for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Games right now matter, in the sense that only three contests are left to build momentum for the postseason. And games right now don’t matter, in the sense that the Lakers basically knew five months ago that they would be the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.

They lost again Thursday night, with LeBron James getting the night off in a defeat to the Houston Rockets. The Lakers are 2-3 so far in the bubble, and their offensive numbers are brutal.

There are 22 teams here at the NBA restart at Walt Disney World. Of those 22, the Lakers — the team with the second-best record in the NBA — rank last in field goal percentage (.408), last in 3-point percentage (.234), last in points per game (98.8) and next-to-last in free throw percentage (.729).

“This is a totally different season, a totally different drastic situation for all of us, including myself,” James said this week.

If they win Game 1 of the playoffs in about a week and a half, none of this will matter. If they win the NBA title in a couple months, this will be long forgotten. But right now, the Lakers sure don’t seem like a team that’s going to be rolling into the postseason.

“I do believe in percentages,” Lakers coach Frank Vogel said. “I do believe in guys trusting the work that they put in. And there’s always a reversion to the mean. The law of averages plays out and I’m OK with getting all these misses out of the way right now.”

James didn’t play against Houston because of what the Lakers described as a sore groin muscle. There have been plenty of instances over the years where James has taken games off toward the end of the regular season once his team’s playoff seed was certain.

But this falls under what he was saying when he called this “a totally different season,” or as the NBA calls games at this restart, a Whole New Game. Having more than four months off isn’t ideal for anyone, including James, who is a creature of habit and rhythm.

And while he’s had flashes of his typical MVP-caliber self at Disney, they haven’t been constant. He came into the restart averaging 25.7 points, 10.6 assists and 7.9 rebounds on 50% shooting from the field, 35% from 3-point range.

In his four games at Disney, James is averaging 19.3 points, 10 rebounds and 6.3 assists on 42% shooting, 27% from 3-point range. For just about anyone else on the planet, those are fine numbers. For James, it shows his best form isn’t there yet.

“This is a totally different situation than any other situation that I’ve been in in my career, so I have zero experience with having the No. 1 seed inside of a bubble during seeding games playing in August,” James said. “So, this is all a learning experience for all of us and we’re going to take it day-by-day and continue to work on our habits, either on the floor, during the film session, when we’re able to get on the floor as well.”

He’s right: the habits need some work.

The Lakers have three of the four lowest-scoring games played in the bubble through Thursday: They had 97 against the Rockets, 92 against Toronto on Aug. 1 and 86 against Oklahoma City on Wednesday. The only other team with a point total like that so far in the restart is Utah, which had 94 against the Thunder on Aug. 1.

The Lakers also have the two worst field-goal percentage games in the bubble through Thursday, as well as the two worst 3-point shooting games.

They don’t seem panicked, because nothing counts yet. And there is a silver lining ahead: The Lakers play their last seeding game on Aug. 13, which could be as many as five days before their playoff opener because of the West play-in series that now seems all-but assured.

In other words, the Lakers will have time to start looking like themselves again.

“Obviously, it is a situation for us that we’re not shooting the ball well,” Lakers wing Kyle Kuzma said. “But we also know we have proven commodities.”

Spurs vs Pelicans

Spurs vs Pelicans : Spurs vs Pelicans Live The San Antonio Spurs are just a half game above the New Orleans Pelicans for 10th place in the Western Conference as both teams are Can the Spurs keep pace in the Western Conference playoff race with a win over the Pelicans on Sunday

NBA live starts on 31st July, 22 teams will return to play during the 2019-20 NBA season. The 22 teams consist of the 16 teams (eight per conference) in current playoff positions and the six teams that are currently six games or fewer behind the eighth seed in their respective conferences.

The player will be isolated and retested to make sure there isn’t a false positive. If it is confirmed, then the player will begin treatment and will undergo a period of rest and recovery lasting at least 14 days. Players will be restricted from exercise and will have to pass cardiac tests before a return to basketball is even considered. Players will be tested regularly.
Also Read: NBA Live : All you want to know about NBA Restart, Schedules, format Live…
If a player doesn’t want to go?
If a team determines a player is at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, he can be designated a “protected” player who does not have to report and will not lose salary. Additionally, a panel of three medical experts will review players’ medical histories and could determine whether a player has a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. In that case, a player is “excused” and will also not be docked salary.Players have the option to challenge the “protected” status and a panel of physicians will have ultimate authority. However, if a player doesn’t fall into either criterion and still declines to go, he will lose a corresponding number of game checks. For example, a player making $10 million per year will lose roughly $108,000 per game missed for up to 14 games. Players with season-ending injuries who will be unable to play in Orlando, such as Brooklyn Nets stars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving will still receive their full pay.

NBA Live : How big will be the each NBA squad and what protocols they will follow ?

Team Members

Each team will have 37 people inside the NBA campus. That will include up to 17 players, as well as support staff (including coaches, trainers, strength coaches, equipment managers, security, and front-office personnel). Teams are being encouraged to bring a mental health professional. As teams advance in the playoffs, they will be allowed to add and swap out members of the travel party. Teams can add two staffers after advancing past the first round of the playoffs, and two more after the conference semifinals.

When to watch NBA scrimmage live:
Orlando Magic vs LA Clippers
July 22, 3 PM EST (July 23, 12:30 AM IST)
Washington Wizards vs Denver Nuggets
July 22, 5 PM EST (July 23, 2:30 AM IST)
New Orleans Pelicans vs Brooklyn Nets
July 22, 7 PM EST (July 23, 4:30 AM IST)
Sacramento Kings vs Miami Heat
July 22, 9 PM EST (July 23, 6:30 AM IST)
Portland Trail Blazers vs Indiana Pacers
July 23, 3:30 PM EST (July 24, 1 AM IST)
Dallas Mavericks vs Los Angeles Lakers
July 23, 7 PM EST (July 24, 4:30 AM IST)
Oklahoma City Thunder vs Boston Celtics
July 24, 5 PM EST (July 25, 2:30 AM IST)
Houston Rockets vs Toronto Raptors
July 24, 7:30 PM EST (July 25, 5 AM IST)
Los Angeles Lakers vs Orlando Magic
July 25, 12 PM EST (9:30 PM IST)
Miami Heat vs Utah Jazz
July 25, 4 PM EST (July 26, 1:30 AM IST)
Philadelphia 76ers vs Oklahoma City Thunder
July 26, 12 PM EST (9:30 PM IST)
Indiana Pacers vs Dallas Mavericks
July 26, 4 PM EST (July 27, 1:30 AM IST)
Portland Trail Blazers vs Toronto Raptors
July 26, 6:00 PM EST (July 27, 3:30 AM IST)
Houston Rockets vs Memphis Grizzlies
July 26, 8:00 PM EST (July 27, 5:30 AM IST)
Washington Wizards vs Los Angeles Lakers
July 27, 3:00 PM EST (July 28, 12:30 AM IST)
Utah Jazz vs Brooklyn Nets
July 27, 5:30 PM EST (July 28, 3 AM IST)
Memphis Grizzlies vs Miami Heat
July 28, 2 PM EST (11:30 PM IST)
San Antonio Spurs vs Indiana Pacers
July 28, 4 PM EST (July 29, 1:30 AM IST)

NBA Live : How many games each team will play in NBA Restart ?

It varies by team, but most of the 22 teams would play 72 or 73 games after the eight “seeding games” are added to their regular-season game total. The Dallas Mavericks would have played the most total games (75) and the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers would have played the least (71).

TIMELINES AND LOCATION

• July 31 is the start date for NBA. The finals would end no later than Oct. 12

• The 2019-20 restart is contingent on an agreement with The Walt Disney Company to use Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Fla., as a single site for a campus for all games, practices, and housing for the remainder of the season

• The 2020-21 NBA regular season would likely begin on Dec. 1, 2020, provided the games begin on July 31st

NBA scrimmage TV schedule: NBA scrimmage broadcast details in India
The NBA exhibition games will begin on July 22 (July 23 IST). The Orlando Magic and LA Clippers game will be broadcast first, followed by the New Orleans Pelicans and Brooklyn Nets matchup. NBA TV is offering a live broadcast of the scrimmages for all seven days, including six doubleheaders and one quadruple-header along with scrimmage highlights for some games. The Washington Wizards vs Denver Nuggets game along with the Sacramento Kings and Miami Heat game will be tape-delayed.

Where to watch NBA LIVE Streaming and broadcast in India:

In India all NBA Games will be live broadcasted on SONY SPORTS and will be LIVE STREAMED ON SONY LIV and on FanCode
NBA schedule 2020
NBA fixtures and live broadcast schedule

July 31, Friday

New Orleans Pelicans vs Utah Jazz, 4:00 am Indian Standard Time (IST)

Los Angeles Lakers vs Los Angeles Clippers, 6:30 am IST

August 1, Saturday

Brooklyn Nets vs Orlando Magic, 12:00 am IST

Washington Wizards vs Phoenix Suns, 1:30 am IST

Portland Trail Blazers vs Memphis Grizzlies, 1:30 am IST

Milwaukee Bucks vs Boston Celtics, 4:00 am IST

San Antonio Spurs vs Sacramento Kings, 5:30 am IST

Dallas Mavericks vs Houston Rockets, 6:30 am IST

Denver Nuggets vs Miami Heat, 10:30 pm IST

August 2, Sunday

Oklahoma City Thunder vs Utah Jazz, 1:00 am IST

Los Angeles Clippers vs New Orleans Pelicans, 3:30 am IST

Indiana Pacers vs Philadelphia 76ers, 4:30 am IST

Toronto Raptors vs Los Angeles Lakers, 6:00 am IST

Brooklyn Nets vs Washington Wizards, 11:30 pm IST
The Los Angeles Lakers face the Indiana Pacers on Saturday, August 8, 2020 (8/8/20) at ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena in Orlando, Florida.

Fans can watch the event for free with a trial of Sling.

Here is what you need to know:

What: NBA regular season

Who: Lakers vs. Pacers

When: Saturday, August 8, 2020

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena

Time: 6 p.m. ET

TV: TNT

Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Live stream: Sling (free trial)

***

This is the land of in-between for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Games right now matter, in the sense that only three contests are left to build momentum for the postseason. And games right now don’t matter, in the sense that the Lakers basically knew five months ago that they would be the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.

They lost again Thursday night, with LeBron James getting the night off in a defeat to the Houston Rockets. The Lakers are 2-3 so far in the bubble, and their offensive numbers are brutal.

There are 22 teams here at the NBA restart at Walt Disney World. Of those 22, the Lakers — the team with the second-best record in the NBA — rank last in field goal percentage (.408), last in 3-point percentage (.234), last in points per game (98.8) and next-to-last in free throw percentage (.729).

“This is a totally different season, a totally different drastic situation for all of us, including myself,” James said this week.

If they win Game 1 of the playoffs in about a week and a half, none of this will matter. If they win the NBA title in a couple months, this will be long forgotten. But right now, the Lakers sure don’t seem like a team that’s going to be rolling into the postseason.

“I do believe in percentages,” Lakers coach Frank Vogel said. “I do believe in guys trusting the work that they put in. And there’s always a reversion to the mean. The law of averages plays out and I’m OK with getting all these misses out of the way right now.”

James didn’t play against Houston because of what the Lakers described as a sore groin muscle. There have been plenty of instances over the years where James has taken games off toward the end of the regular season once his team’s playoff seed was certain.

But this falls under what he was saying when he called this “a totally different season,” or as the NBA calls games at this restart, a Whole New Game. Having more than four months off isn’t ideal for anyone, including James, who is a creature of habit and rhythm.

And while he’s had flashes of his typical MVP-caliber self at Disney, they haven’t been constant. He came into the restart averaging 25.7 points, 10.6 assists and 7.9 rebounds on 50% shooting from the field, 35% from 3-point range.

In his four games at Disney, James is averaging 19.3 points, 10 rebounds and 6.3 assists on 42% shooting, 27% from 3-point range. For just about anyone else on the planet, those are fine numbers. For James, it shows his best form isn’t there yet.

“This is a totally different situation than any other situation that I’ve been in in my career, so I have zero experience with having the No. 1 seed inside of a bubble during seeding games playing in August,” James said. “So, this is all a learning experience for all of us and we’re going to take it day-by-day and continue to work on our habits, either on the floor, during the film session, when we’re able to get on the floor as well.”

He’s right: the habits need some work.

The Lakers have three of the four lowest-scoring games played in the bubble through Thursday: They had 97 against the Rockets, 92 against Toronto on Aug. 1 and 86 against Oklahoma City on Wednesday. The only other team with a point total like that so far in the restart is Utah, which had 94 against the Thunder on Aug. 1.

The Lakers also have the two worst field-goal percentage games in the bubble through Thursday, as well as the two worst 3-point shooting games.

They don’t seem panicked, because nothing counts yet. And there is a silver lining ahead: The Lakers play their last seeding game on Aug. 13, which could be as many as five days before their playoff opener because of the West play-in series that now seems all-but assured.

In other words, the Lakers will have time to start looking like themselves again.

“Obviously, it is a situation for us that we’re not shooting the ball well,” Lakers wing Kyle Kuzma said. “But we also know we have proven commodities.”

Napoli vs Barcelona

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The quarterfinals, semifinals and final will all be played in the Portuguese city over the course of 11 days, making for a frenzied finish to the most prestigious club competition in the world.

Here’s everything you need to know about the return of the Champions League.
Before play was halted in mid-March due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Champions League had completed half of its Round of 16 ties. Four teams — Atalanta, PSG, RB Leipzig and Atletico Madrid — booked their tickets into the quarterfinals ahead of the pause in play, while the other four Round of 16 ties had seen the first legs completed. The remaining second legs will be contested on Aug. 7 and 8 in their original venues.

Manchester City, Real Madrid, Lyon, Juventus, Napoli, Barcelona, Chelsea and Bayern Munich all still have the chance to join the already-qualified quartet in Lisbon.

City holds a 2-1 lead over Madrid heading into their Aug. 7 clash at the Eithad Stadium after Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne each scored late to secure the first-leg victory for Pep Guardiola’s men back in February. Lyon also holds a one-goal advantage ahead of the second leg, against Juventus in Turin.

Meanwhile, Barca and Napoli are deadlocked at 1-1 prior to their Aug. 8 encounter at Camp Nou, while Bayern holds a commanding 3-0 lead following Alphonso Davies’ breakout match against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in late February.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2020 SCHEDULE
The remaining second legs of the Round of 16 will take place Aug. 7 and 8 before the entire tournament moves to Portugal for the quarterfinals, semifinal and final starting Aug. 12 and ending Aug. 23.

UEFA Champions League 2020 will keep Indian football fans entertained with its upcoming quarter-final matches scheduled in Lisbon next month. And you can watch all the matches live on TV as well as live streaming online.

After the COVID-19 outbreak halted the UEFA Champions League mid-March, when the round of 16 ties were ongoing, the European competition is back to the fore with an enticing quarter-final draw that brings together the best of football teams from across the continent.

Four teams – Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid, RB Leipzig and Atalanta – have already reached the last eight and know their next opponent.

All you need to know About UEFA Champions League 2020 Schedule, Live Streaming, Date, New Rules

UEFA Champions League Schedule and kickoff timings till August 14

August 8 (Round of 16 – Second Leg)

Juventus vs Lyon 12:30 am, Indian Standard Time (IST)

Manchester City vs Real Madrid, 12:30 am IST

August 9 (Round of 16 – Second Leg)

Bayern Munich vs Chelsea 12:30 am, IST

Barcelona vs Napoli, 12:30 am IST

August 13 (Quarter-Final)

Atalanta vs Paris Saint-Germain, 12:30 am IST

August 14 (Quarter-Final)

RB Leipzig vs Atletico Madrid, 12:30 am, IST

Where to watch the UEFA Champions League live in India

Sony Network is the official broadcaster of the UEFA Champions League in India. These matches will be broadcast live on Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 2 HD on TV. Live streaming will be available on SonyLIV.

Updated UEFA Champions League rules

UEFA has announced that the second-leg ties of the remaining round of 16 matches have been scheduled to be held in stadiums of the home teams, provided travelling is permitted.

The quarter-finals and semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League will now be taking place as single-leg ties – one match instead of two legs (home and away).

From the quarter-final stage, all the Champions League matches will take place at two stadiums in Lisbon, Portugal – Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica and Estádio José Alvalade.

Barcelona are looking to temper their LaLiga disappointment with Champions League glory as they welcome Napoli this evening.

Barca fell away in the Spanish title race to lose out to Clasico rivals Real Madrid, with the club also facing divisions off the pitch with Lionel Messi clashing with Quique Setien’s staff during the run-in.

But Messi and Barca must put those problems to one side for now as they attempt to seal a spot in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

One of the most intriguing aspects of the Champions League’s resumption is how long periods without competitive games will affect teams. Bayern concluded the Bundesliga season in imperious form, of course, but that was way back in June.

They did at least manage to arrange a training-ground friendly against Marseille last weekend, and if the starting XI in that game is anything to go by then Joshua Kimmich will switch to right-back here, with Leon Goretzka and Thiago being paired in central midfield.

In contrast, Chelsea’s Premier League campaign ended almost a full month later than Bayern’s. However, any advantage is very unlikely to be important given the three-goal deficit Chelsea face from the first leg and the growing injury crisis at Stamford Bridge.

Pedro, Cesar Azpilicueta and Christian Pulisic are all out and with Ruben Loftus-Cheek, N’Golo Kante and Willian also doubtful, it could be that Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard has to field some untested teenagers here.

Bayern Munich vs Chelsea

Bayern Munich vs Chelsea : Watch Bayern Munich vs Chelsea  in action in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 stage LIVE for free Existing customers will be able to stream the action via the BT Sport app. Additional streaming

The quarterfinals, semifinals and final will all be played in the Portuguese city over the course of 11 days, making for a frenzied finish to the most prestigious club competition in the world.

Here’s everything you need to know about the return of the Champions League.
Before play was halted in mid-March due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Champions League had completed half of its Round of 16 ties. Four teams — Atalanta, PSG, RB Leipzig and Atletico Madrid — booked their tickets into the quarterfinals ahead of the pause in play, while the other four Round of 16 ties had seen the first legs completed. The remaining second legs will be contested on Aug. 7 and 8 in their original venues.

Manchester City, Real Madrid, Lyon, Juventus, Napoli, Barcelona, Chelsea and Bayern Munich all still have the chance to join the already-qualified quartet in Lisbon.

City holds a 2-1 lead over Madrid heading into their Aug. 7 clash at the Eithad Stadium after Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne each scored late to secure the first-leg victory for Pep Guardiola’s men back in February. Lyon also holds a one-goal advantage ahead of the second leg, against Juventus in Turin.

Meanwhile, Barca and Napoli are deadlocked at 1-1 prior to their Aug. 8 encounter at Camp Nou, while Bayern holds a commanding 3-0 lead following Alphonso Davies’ breakout match against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in late February.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2020 SCHEDULE
The remaining second legs of the Round of 16 will take place Aug. 7 and 8 before the entire tournament moves to Portugal for the quarterfinals, semifinal and final starting Aug. 12 and ending Aug. 23.

UEFA Champions League 2020 will keep Indian football fans entertained with its upcoming quarter-final matches scheduled in Lisbon next month. And you can watch all the matches live on TV as well as live streaming online.

After the COVID-19 outbreak halted the UEFA Champions League mid-March, when the round of 16 ties were ongoing, the European competition is back to the fore with an enticing quarter-final draw that brings together the best of football teams from across the continent.

Four teams – Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid, RB Leipzig and Atalanta – have already reached the last eight and know their next opponent.

All you need to know About UEFA Champions League 2020 Schedule, Live Streaming, Date, New Rules

UEFA Champions League Schedule and kickoff timings till August 14

August 8 (Round of 16 – Second Leg)

Juventus vs Lyon 12:30 am, Indian Standard Time (IST)

Manchester City vs Real Madrid, 12:30 am IST

August 9 (Round of 16 – Second Leg)

Bayern Munich vs Chelsea 12:30 am, IST

Barcelona vs Napoli, 12:30 am IST

August 13 (Quarter-Final)

Atalanta vs Paris Saint-Germain, 12:30 am IST

August 14 (Quarter-Final)

RB Leipzig vs Atletico Madrid, 12:30 am, IST

Where to watch the UEFA Champions League live in India

Sony Network is the official broadcaster of the UEFA Champions League in India. These matches will be broadcast live on Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 2 HD on TV. Live streaming will be available on SonyLIV.

Updated UEFA Champions League rules

UEFA has announced that the second-leg ties of the remaining round of 16 matches have been scheduled to be held in stadiums of the home teams, provided travelling is permitted.

The quarter-finals and semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League will now be taking place as single-leg ties – one match instead of two legs (home and away).

From the quarter-final stage, all the Champions League matches will take place at two stadiums in Lisbon, Portugal – Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica and Estádio José Alvalade.

Barcelona are looking to temper their LaLiga disappointment with Champions League glory as they welcome Napoli this evening.

Barca fell away in the Spanish title race to lose out to Clasico rivals Real Madrid, with the club also facing divisions off the pitch with Lionel Messi clashing with Quique Setien’s staff during the run-in.

But Messi and Barca must put those problems to one side for now as they attempt to seal a spot in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

One of the most intriguing aspects of the Champions League’s resumption is how long periods without competitive games will affect teams. Bayern concluded the Bundesliga season in imperious form, of course, but that was way back in June.

They did at least manage to arrange a training-ground friendly against Marseille last weekend, and if the starting XI in that game is anything to go by then Joshua Kimmich will switch to right-back here, with Leon Goretzka and Thiago being paired in central midfield.

In contrast, Chelsea’s Premier League campaign ended almost a full month later than Bayern’s. However, any advantage is very unlikely to be important given the three-goal deficit Chelsea face from the first leg and the growing injury crisis at Stamford Bridge.

Pedro, Cesar Azpilicueta and Christian Pulisic are all out and with Ruben Loftus-Cheek, N’Golo Kante and Willian also doubtful, it could be that Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard has to field some untested teenagers here.

Barcelona vs Napoli Live

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The quarterfinals, semifinals and final will all be played in the Portuguese city over the course of 11 days, making for a frenzied finish to the most prestigious club competition in the world.

Here’s everything you need to know about the return of the Champions League.
Before play was halted in mid-March due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Champions League had completed half of its Round of 16 ties. Four teams — Atalanta, PSG, RB Leipzig and Atletico Madrid — booked their tickets into the quarterfinals ahead of the pause in play, while the other four Round of 16 ties had seen the first legs completed. The remaining second legs will be contested on Aug. 7 and 8 in their original venues.

Manchester City, Real Madrid, Lyon, Juventus, Napoli, Barcelona, Chelsea and Bayern Munich all still have the chance to join the already-qualified quartet in Lisbon.

City holds a 2-1 lead over Madrid heading into their Aug. 7 clash at the Eithad Stadium after Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne each scored late to secure the first-leg victory for Pep Guardiola’s men back in February. Lyon also holds a one-goal advantage ahead of the second leg, against Juventus in Turin.

Meanwhile, Barca and Napoli are deadlocked at 1-1 prior to their Aug. 8 encounter at Camp Nou, while Bayern holds a commanding 3-0 lead following Alphonso Davies’ breakout match against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in late February.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2020 SCHEDULE
The remaining second legs of the Round of 16 will take place Aug. 7 and 8 before the entire tournament moves to Portugal for the quarterfinals, semifinal and final starting Aug. 12 and ending Aug. 23.

UEFA Champions League 2020 will keep Indian football fans entertained with its upcoming quarter-final matches scheduled in Lisbon next month. And you can watch all the matches live on TV as well as live streaming online.

After the COVID-19 outbreak halted the UEFA Champions League mid-March, when the round of 16 ties were ongoing, the European competition is back to the fore with an enticing quarter-final draw that brings together the best of football teams from across the continent.

Four teams – Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid, RB Leipzig and Atalanta – have already reached the last eight and know their next opponent.

All you need to know About UEFA Champions League 2020 Schedule, Live Streaming, Date, New Rules

UEFA Champions League Schedule and kickoff timings till August 14

August 8 (Round of 16 – Second Leg)

Juventus vs Lyon 12:30 am, Indian Standard Time (IST)

Manchester City vs Real Madrid, 12:30 am IST

August 9 (Round of 16 – Second Leg)

Bayern Munich vs Chelsea 12:30 am, IST

Barcelona vs Napoli, 12:30 am IST

August 13 (Quarter-Final)

Atalanta vs Paris Saint-Germain, 12:30 am IST

August 14 (Quarter-Final)

RB Leipzig vs Atletico Madrid, 12:30 am, IST

Where to watch the UEFA Champions League live in India

Sony Network is the official broadcaster of the UEFA Champions League in India. These matches will be broadcast live on Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 2 HD on TV. Live streaming will be available on SonyLIV.

Updated UEFA Champions League rules

UEFA has announced that the second-leg ties of the remaining round of 16 matches have been scheduled to be held in stadiums of the home teams, provided travelling is permitted.

The quarter-finals and semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League will now be taking place as single-leg ties – one match instead of two legs (home and away).

From the quarter-final stage, all the Champions League matches will take place at two stadiums in Lisbon, Portugal – Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica and Estádio José Alvalade.

Barcelona are looking to temper their LaLiga disappointment with Champions League glory as they welcome Napoli this evening.

Barca fell away in the Spanish title race to lose out to Clasico rivals Real Madrid, with the club also facing divisions off the pitch with Lionel Messi clashing with Quique Setien’s staff during the run-in.

But Messi and Barca must put those problems to one side for now as they attempt to seal a spot in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

One of the most intriguing aspects of the Champions League’s resumption is how long periods without competitive games will affect teams. Bayern concluded the Bundesliga season in imperious form, of course, but that was way back in June.

They did at least manage to arrange a training-ground friendly against Marseille last weekend, and if the starting XI in that game is anything to go by then Joshua Kimmich will switch to right-back here, with Leon Goretzka and Thiago being paired in central midfield.

In contrast, Chelsea’s Premier League campaign ended almost a full month later than Bayern’s. However, any advantage is very unlikely to be important given the three-goal deficit Chelsea face from the first leg and the growing injury crisis at Stamford Bridge.

Pedro, Cesar Azpilicueta and Christian Pulisic are all out and with Ruben Loftus-Cheek, N’Golo Kante and Willian also doubtful, it could be that Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard has to field some untested teenagers here.

Chelsea vs Bayern Munich Live

Chelsea vs Bayern Munich : Free Online Soccer 2020 Bayern Munich vs Chelsea will be live on BT Sport 1. Coverage commences at 7pm – one hour before kick-off. To stream the game live

The quarterfinals, semifinals and final will all be played in the Portuguese city over the course of 11 days, making for a frenzied finish to the most prestigious club competition in the world.

Here’s everything you need to know about the return of the Champions League.
Before play was halted in mid-March due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Champions League had completed half of its Round of 16 ties. Four teams — Atalanta, PSG, RB Leipzig and Atletico Madrid — booked their tickets into the quarterfinals ahead of the pause in play, while the other four Round of 16 ties had seen the first legs completed. The remaining second legs will be contested on Aug. 7 and 8 in their original venues.

Manchester City, Real Madrid, Lyon, Juventus, Napoli, Barcelona, Chelsea and Bayern Munich all still have the chance to join the already-qualified quartet in Lisbon.

City holds a 2-1 lead over Madrid heading into their Aug. 7 clash at the Eithad Stadium after Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne each scored late to secure the first-leg victory for Pep Guardiola’s men back in February. Lyon also holds a one-goal advantage ahead of the second leg, against Juventus in Turin.

Meanwhile, Barca and Napoli are deadlocked at 1-1 prior to their Aug. 8 encounter at Camp Nou, while Bayern holds a commanding 3-0 lead following Alphonso Davies’ breakout match against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in late February.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2020 SCHEDULE
The remaining second legs of the Round of 16 will take place Aug. 7 and 8 before the entire tournament moves to Portugal for the quarterfinals, semifinal and final starting Aug. 12 and ending Aug. 23.

UEFA Champions League 2020 will keep Indian football fans entertained with its upcoming quarter-final matches scheduled in Lisbon next month. And you can watch all the matches live on TV as well as live streaming online.

After the COVID-19 outbreak halted the UEFA Champions League mid-March, when the round of 16 ties were ongoing, the European competition is back to the fore with an enticing quarter-final draw that brings together the best of football teams from across the continent.

Four teams – Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid, RB Leipzig and Atalanta – have already reached the last eight and know their next opponent.

All you need to know About UEFA Champions League 2020 Schedule, Live Streaming, Date, New Rules

UEFA Champions League Schedule and kickoff timings till August 14

August 8 (Round of 16 – Second Leg)

Juventus vs Lyon 12:30 am, Indian Standard Time (IST)

Manchester City vs Real Madrid, 12:30 am IST

August 9 (Round of 16 – Second Leg)

Bayern Munich vs Chelsea 12:30 am, IST

Barcelona vs Napoli, 12:30 am IST

August 13 (Quarter-Final)

Atalanta vs Paris Saint-Germain, 12:30 am IST

August 14 (Quarter-Final)

RB Leipzig vs Atletico Madrid, 12:30 am, IST

Where to watch the UEFA Champions League live in India

Sony Network is the official broadcaster of the UEFA Champions League in India. These matches will be broadcast live on Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 2 HD on TV. Live streaming will be available on SonyLIV.

Updated UEFA Champions League rules

UEFA has announced that the second-leg ties of the remaining round of 16 matches have been scheduled to be held in stadiums of the home teams, provided travelling is permitted.

The quarter-finals and semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League will now be taking place as single-leg ties – one match instead of two legs (home and away).

From the quarter-final stage, all the Champions League matches will take place at two stadiums in Lisbon, Portugal – Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica and Estádio José Alvalade.

Barcelona are looking to temper their LaLiga disappointment with Champions League glory as they welcome Napoli this evening.

Barca fell away in the Spanish title race to lose out to Clasico rivals Real Madrid, with the club also facing divisions off the pitch with Lionel Messi clashing with Quique Setien’s staff during the run-in.

But Messi and Barca must put those problems to one side for now as they attempt to seal a spot in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

One of the most intriguing aspects of the Champions League’s resumption is how long periods without competitive games will affect teams. Bayern concluded the Bundesliga season in imperious form, of course, but that was way back in June.

They did at least manage to arrange a training-ground friendly against Marseille last weekend, and if the starting XI in that game is anything to go by then Joshua Kimmich will switch to right-back here, with Leon Goretzka and Thiago being paired in central midfield.

In contrast, Chelsea’s Premier League campaign ended almost a full month later than Bayern’s. However, any advantage is very unlikely to be important given the three-goal deficit Chelsea face from the first leg and the growing injury crisis at Stamford Bridge.

Pedro, Cesar Azpilicueta and Christian Pulisic are all out and with Ruben Loftus-Cheek, N’Golo Kante and Willian also doubtful, it could be that Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard has to field some untested teenagers here.

UFC Fight Night

UFC Fight Night Live:  Watch UFC Fight Night 174 LIVE MMA PPV Fight Onlne Free in India between Derrick Lewis vs Aleksei Oleinik Live on 08th August at 6:30 am Heavyweight finishing artists are set to face off Saturday at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas

Heavyweight finishing artists are set to face off Saturday at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas when Derrick Lewis and Aleksei Oleinik meet in the main event of the latest UFC Fight Night. The duo have seen the judges’ scorecards a just 16 times in 104 combined fights.
All you need to know about UFC Fight Night Live in India: Lewis vs Oleinik live, Venue, date, start time and telecast information, fight card

What time does UFC Fight Night LIVE in India start?
Lewis vs Oleinik live, The main card, on the other hand, starts at 5.30 AM IST (July 26), 2 AM GMT (July 16); 5:30 PM ET, 2 PM PT (July 25).

What time will UFC Fight Night Live in India begin?
The event takes place on Sunday (9th August) at UFC APEX

Where to watch UFC Fight Night Live Streaming in India on TV?
Lewis vs Oleinik Live Streaming Sony TEN 2 (English) and Sony TEN 3 (Hindi) will telecast the main card live in India

How to watch UFC Fight Night Live Streaming Online?
The online streaming of the UFC Fight Night will be available at Sonyliv. Sony LIV. In the US, will stream live on Pay-Per-View, exclusively through ESPN+.

UFC Fight Night Live fight card

UFC Fight Night Live : Main Card

Derrick Lewis vs Aleksei Oleinik

Omari Akhmedov vs Chris Weidman

Maki Pitolo vs Darren Stewart

Lewis will enter the Octagon as the favorite. He carries some of the most powerful knockout power in the sport, with 18 of his 23 career victories coming by knockout. In his two most recent fights, Lewis won by decision, something he attributed to changes in his physical health and “testing out” a new, lighter physique. Now, he has issued a promise for a unique offensive explosion against Oleinik.

“I think you’ll see something you haven’t seen from me in a long time in the octagon,” Lewis said during media day. “I’m going to come out balls blazing. Something crazy. Something different. You’ll see something different that you haven’t seen before. That’s all.”

Oleinik goes the other direction with his finishing prowess, scoring 46 submissions in his 59 career victories. In his 12 trips to the UFC Octagon, Oleinik has gone to the scorecards twice, including a split decision win over former heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum in his most recent outing at UFC 249 in May.

Can’t get enough UFC? Subscribe to my podcast — State of Combat with Brian Campbell — where I break down everything you need to know in the Octagon, including a breakdown of what to expect this weekend from UFC Hall of Famer “Suga” Rashad Evans.

Derrick Lewis has 23 victories as a professional mixed martial artist, and 18 of them ended in a knockout.

Aleksei Oleinik has 59 career wins, 46 by submission.

So it’s clear what each man will be trying to do when the veteran heavyweights meet in the main event of UFC Fight Night on Saturday at the promotion’s Apex facility in Las Vegas. It will be fun watching it all unfold.

One of the UFC’s biggest sluggers will take on a veteran submission ace in Saturday’s Fight Night main event. Heavyweight contender Derrick Lewis faces Aleksei Oleinik, who is seeking his 60th career win. The 43-year-old Oleinik has 48 career submission wins.

UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Oleinik
• Saturday, Las Vegas
• Prelims: ESPN+, 6 p.m. ET
• Main card: ESPN+, 9 p.m. ET

Subscribe to ESPN+ to get exclusive live UFC events, weigh-ins and more; Ariel and the Bad Guy; Dana White’s Contender Series; and more exclusive MMA content.

The fights are on ESPN+, with the main card starting at 9 p.m. ET and the prelims at 6 p.m.

Lewis (23-7, 1 NC; 14-5 in the UFC) has won his last two fights, including a unanimous decision over Iliri Latifi in February. Lewis, who is No. 6 in the ESPN heavyweight rankings, challenged for the UFC championship in 2018, losing to Daniel Cormier by rear-naked choke — the only submission loss of Lewis’ career.

Oleinik (59-13-1, 8-4 UFC) has won his last two fights, most recently a split-decision win over former UFC champion Fabricio Werdum in May.

The co-main event matches former middleweight champion Chris Weidman against Omari Akhmedov. Weidman (14-5, 10-5 in the UFC) is 1-4 since losing his belt in 2015, with all of the losses coming via knockout. Akhmedov (20-4-1, 8-3-1 UFC) is unbeaten in his last six fights.

Lewis vs Oleinik

Lewis vs Oleinik :  Lewis vs Oleinik Live MMA Fighting has UFC Vegas 6 results for Watch the Lewis vsOleinik PPV Online Free event Saturday night at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, live blogs of the

Heavyweight finishing artists are set to face off Saturday at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas when Derrick Lewis and Aleksei Oleinik meet in the main event of the latest UFC Fight Night. The duo have seen the judges’ scorecards a just 16 times in 104 combined fights.
All you need to know about UFC Fight Night Live in India: Lewis vs Oleinik live, Venue, date, start time and telecast information, fight card

What time does UFC Fight Night LIVE in India start?
Lewis vs Oleinik live, The main card, on the other hand, starts at 5.30 AM IST (July 26), 2 AM GMT (July 16); 5:30 PM ET, 2 PM PT (July 25).

What time will UFC Fight Night Live in India begin?
The event takes place on Sunday (9th August) at UFC APEX

Where to watch UFC Fight Night Live Streaming in India on TV?
Lewis vs Oleinik Live Streaming Sony TEN 2 (English) and Sony TEN 3 (Hindi) will telecast the main card live in India

How to watch UFC Fight Night Live Streaming Online?
The online streaming of the UFC Fight Night will be available at Sonyliv. Sony LIV. In the US, will stream live on Pay-Per-View, exclusively through ESPN+.

UFC Fight Night Live fight card

UFC Fight Night Live : Main Card

Derrick Lewis vs Aleksei Oleinik

Omari Akhmedov vs Chris Weidman

Maki Pitolo vs Darren Stewart

Lewis will enter the Octagon as the favorite. He carries some of the most powerful knockout power in the sport, with 18 of his 23 career victories coming by knockout. In his two most recent fights, Lewis won by decision, something he attributed to changes in his physical health and “testing out” a new, lighter physique. Now, he has issued a promise for a unique offensive explosion against Oleinik.

“I think you’ll see something you haven’t seen from me in a long time in the octagon,” Lewis said during media day. “I’m going to come out balls blazing. Something crazy. Something different. You’ll see something different that you haven’t seen before. That’s all.”

Oleinik goes the other direction with his finishing prowess, scoring 46 submissions in his 59 career victories. In his 12 trips to the UFC Octagon, Oleinik has gone to the scorecards twice, including a split decision win over former heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum in his most recent outing at UFC 249 in May.

Can’t get enough UFC? Subscribe to my podcast — State of Combat with Brian Campbell — where I break down everything you need to know in the Octagon, including a breakdown of what to expect this weekend from UFC Hall of Famer “Suga” Rashad Evans.

Derrick Lewis has 23 victories as a professional mixed martial artist, and 18 of them ended in a knockout.

Aleksei Oleinik has 59 career wins, 46 by submission.

So it’s clear what each man will be trying to do when the veteran heavyweights meet in the main event of UFC Fight Night on Saturday at the promotion’s Apex facility in Las Vegas. It will be fun watching it all unfold.

One of the UFC’s biggest sluggers will take on a veteran submission ace in Saturday’s Fight Night main event. Heavyweight contender Derrick Lewis faces Aleksei Oleinik, who is seeking his 60th career win. The 43-year-old Oleinik has 48 career submission wins.

UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Oleinik
• Saturday, Las Vegas
• Prelims: ESPN+, 6 p.m. ET
• Main card: ESPN+, 9 p.m. ET

Subscribe to ESPN+ to get exclusive live UFC events, weigh-ins and more; Ariel and the Bad Guy; Dana White’s Contender Series; and more exclusive MMA content.

The fights are on ESPN+, with the main card starting at 9 p.m. ET and the prelims at 6 p.m.

Lewis (23-7, 1 NC; 14-5 in the UFC) has won his last two fights, including a unanimous decision over Iliri Latifi in February. Lewis, who is No. 6 in the ESPN heavyweight rankings, challenged for the UFC championship in 2018, losing to Daniel Cormier by rear-naked choke — the only submission loss of Lewis’ career.

Oleinik (59-13-1, 8-4 UFC) has won his last two fights, most recently a split-decision win over former UFC champion Fabricio Werdum in May.

The co-main event matches former middleweight champion Chris Weidman against Omari Akhmedov. Weidman (14-5, 10-5 in the UFC) is 1-4 since losing his belt in 2015, with all of the losses coming via knockout. Akhmedov (20-4-1, 8-3-1 UFC) is unbeaten in his last six fights.