In a normal NBA basketball season, each team plays 82 games, with 41 at home and 41 away. Exceptions have occurred in the past where the season was shortened due to labor-dispute lockouts, such as the 66-game season during the 2011-2012 season.
Watch NBA games live online with an NBA League Pass or on the TNT website. Both sites allow users to watch lives streams of games on computers, tablets and phones.
College basketball games have a first half and a second half, so there are no quarters in the traditional sense. Other basketball leagues typically have four quarters of varying lengths.
A good prayer before a basketball game is for a person to ask God to protect the team and the other players. They can also thank God for all the blessings bestowed upon them.
Live football games can be streamed to a PC using services such as NFL Network, RedZone and NFL Sunday Ticket, but they either require a TV package or a fee. There are also multiple unofficial websites that stream football games on the PC.
The Today Show may be watched live in the studio by making a reservation online in advance of the show. Live streams of the Today Show are also available in some areas on NBC.com.
ESPN holds the rights to most West Virginia University men's basketball games in the 2015-2016 season and is scheduled to show 23 Mountaineers games on the ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU or ESPNews cable channels. Root Sports Pittsburgh and West Virginia Media are scheduled to broadcast several men's and women'
There are full episodes of "Basketball Wives" and "Basketball Wives LA" that are free to watch on VH1.com, although there are exceptions. Every episode of in all five seasons of "Basketball Wives" is free, but only select episodes of "Basketball Wives LA" are free.
The best chants for a basketball game are those that get the crowd involved, such as spelling out the name of the team. Crowd participation is key when it comes to getting the team's energy up for the game.
As of 2014, the lowest-scoring basketball game in professional basketball history was the Fort Wayne Pistons' 19-18 victory over the Minneapolis Lakers on Nov. 22, 1950. The lowest-scoring game since the creation of the 24-second shot clock was the Boston Celtics 62-57 victory over the Milwaukee Haw