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NBA League Pass Watch Guide: Black Friday sale

Get 50% off annual NBA League Pass subscriptions from Black Friday to Cyber Monday and dig into a packed holiday slate.

Brian Martin, for NBA.com

NBA League Pass is getting into the holiday spirit. From Black Friday to Cyber Monday, Annual League Pass and Annual League Pass + NBA TV are 50% off the regular price.

Get NBA League Pass — which streams all games that are out of local market and not on national television (ABC, ESPN, TNT, NBA TV) — for $99.99 rather than the standard $199.99. Get League Pass + NBA TV for $114.99 rather than $229.98, giving you more live games and NBA TV studio shows.

Over the course of the sale from Friday to Monday, there will be 30 games broadcast on NBA League Pass. We highlighted some of the top matchups in our weekly NBA League Pass games to watch on Monday. Below are eight more matchups from this holiday weekend available exclusively on NBA League Pass.

Devin Booker scored 33 points to lead the Suns to victory in his last visit to Madison Square Garden on April 26.

Friday, November 26 (11 games available)

Minnesota at Charlotte, 7:00 p.m. ET

The top two rookies from the 2020-21 class — reigning Kia Rookie of the Year LaMelo Ball of Charlotte and runner-up Anthony Edwards of Minnesota — meet for the first time as sophomores. Both players are highlight machines, with Edwards throwing down poster dunks and Ball dropping dimes to the likes of Miles Bridges.

Phoenix at New York, 7:00 p.m. ET

The Suns have not lost a game in nearly a month as they enter Friday riding a 14-game win streak. Can they keep the momentum going when they face the Knicks at Madison Square Garden? If so, the Suns would tie their second-longest win streak in franchise history (15 games in 2006) and move within two of their longest streak ever (17 games spanning 2006-07). Devin Booker has led seven Suns in double-figure scoring during the streak at 23.6 ppg.

Saturday, November 27 (7 games available)

New York at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. ET

This is the first meeting between the Hawks and Knicks since their first-round series in last year’s playoffs. The Hawks won the series in five games and Trae Young became the lead villain to Knicks fans as he tormented them while averaging 29.2 points and 9.8 assists. The Hawks enter the weekend riding a six-game win streak to climb up the East standings after a slow start to the season.

Washington at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. ET

The Wizards have been one of the best surprises of the young season as they won 10 of their first 13 to climb near the top of the Eastern Conference standings. They have dropped four of their last five games, and will look to right the ship when they face the Mavericks in Dallas. The Mavericks just snapped a three-game losing streak on Tuesday against the Clippers thanks in part to the return of Luka Doncic, who missed all three games in the skid. Kristaps Porzingis has scored at least 20 points in seven straight games – the longest streak of his career.

Sunday, November 28 (5 games available)

Milwaukee at Indiana, 5:00 p.m. ET

The Bucks enter the weekend on a five-game win streak as the defending champs have climbed to sixth in the Eastern Conference after a slow start to the season. During the win streak, Giannis Antetokounmpo has averaged 29.0 points (third in NBA), 12.6 rebounds (fifth), 5.8 assists (tied for 23rd), 2.4 blocks (fourth) and 1.6 steals (t20th), while playing just 31.5 minutes (78th) per game. He finished one assist shy of a triple-double (30 points, 10 rebounds, 9 assists) in Milwaukee’s win over Indiana on Oct. 25.

Boston at Toronto, 6:00 p.m. ET

This is the third meeting of the season between the Celtics and Raptors and the first in Toronto after the teams split the first two games in Boston. Raptors rookie Scottie Barnes has his two highest scoring games of the season against the Celtics: a career-high 25 points in Toronto’s win on Oct. 22 in just his second NBA game, and 21 points in the loss on Nov. 10.

Monday, November 29 (7 games available)

Charlotte at Chicago, 8:00 p.m. ET

This is the first meeting between the Ball brothers since Lonzo joined the Bulls this past offseason. The two met twice during LaMelo’s rookie season last year with the Hornets and Pelicans splitting the two games. LaMelo holds the statistical edge in the sibling rivalry, doubling up his older brother in scoring (17.0 ppg to 8.5 ppg) and also holding the edge in rebounds (7.0 to 2.5), assists (7.0 to 4.5) and steals (1.5 to 0.5).

Portland at Utah, 9:00 p.m. ET

As the clock ticks down on this holiday weekend deal, we look to Dame Time to deliver in the clutch as the Blazers take on the Jazz. Portland star Damian Lillard ranks 10th in the league in fourth-quarter scoring (6.1 ppg) and has scored 20 points or more in nine straight games, tied with Luka Doncic and Nikola Jokic for the longest active streak in the league.

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