Opening night of the NBA is finally here! The New York Knicks will battle against defending champions Cleveland Cavaliers on Oct. 25, so prepare to be blown away by some of the biggest and baddest names in basketball. This game is one for the history books, so be sure to watch online here!
It’s the Big Apple versus some of the biggest names in the NBA. Hitting the court on Oct. 25 at 7:30PM ET are the New York Knicks with Carmelo Anthony, 32, leading the way, and the Cleveland Cavaliers who will once again awaken the beast known as LeBron James, 31. Before the epic game gets started, there will be an official ceremony celebrating the Cavs. first-ever NBA championship win, in which the players will receive their 2016 rings. Can you believe the Cavs. went FIFTY-TWO years without a title under their belts? Cray.
NBA fans can watch this epic clash between these two teams on TNT’s official live stream. CLICK HERE TO WATCH KNICKS VS. CAVALIERS LIVE STREAM
Hear from @KingJames on the mindset heading into a new season.
— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) October 24, 2016
The only problem with this ceremony, however, is that it takes place right in front of Knicks superstars like Derrick Rose, 28, and Joakim Noah, 31. Jealousy could be one emotion running through their minds, but the other is definitely going to be motivation! This may come as no shock to you, but the Golden State Warriors are again projected to win it all this year! Still, it’s likely that the finals could come down to Steph Curry, 28, versus LeBron once again. Stay tuned basketball fan!
Even off the court, LeBron has been keeping up with his competitive spirit by showing unconditional love for the other Cleveland sports teams. The NBA star stepped into a local bar to watch the Cleveland Indians versus Toronto Blue Jays game. “One more strike, one more…one more,” shouted the athlete before celebrating his city’s ALCS victory over rounds of drinks with other watchers. Let’s hope LeBron can keep up that positive attitude throughout the NBA season.
HollywoodLifers, who are YOU rooting for on opening night, the Knicks or the Cavs.?