# How Many NBA Games Are On Today?

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## Introduction

The answer to this question depends on the day of the week and the time of year. The NBA typically plays its games from October to June, with most games taking place on weekends. During the regular season, there are typically 2-3 games per day, with some days having as many as 5 games. However, during the playoffs, there are often only 1-2 games per day. You can check the schedule for upcoming games on the NBA’s website.

## What day is it?

On any given day there are 0-4 NBA games. To find out how many games are on today, first determine what day it is. If it’s Monday-Thursday, there will be two games. If it’s Friday, Saturday or Sunday, there will be three or four games. NBA games are not played on Tuesdays or Wednesdays.

To find out the specific schedule for today’s games, consult a website or television schedule. For example, ESPN posts the upcoming week’s NBA schedule on their website each Monday morning. Television schedules can be found in most newspapers’ sports sections.

## What time is it?

The answer to this question depends on what day it is. On weekdays, there are typically two games scheduled in the afternoon and two more in the evening. On weekends, there are usually three games in the afternoon and one in the evening. The specific times vary from day to day, so it’s best to check the schedule for the day you’re interested in.

## What teams are playing?

The 2020 NBA regular season started on October 22. Each team plays 82 games. There are 30 teams in the NBA. That means there are 2430 games in total.

The regular season runs until April 15. The playoffs start on April 18 and the NBA Finals will be in June.

On any given day during the regular season, there are usually between 2 and 5 games being played.

## Conclusion

There are typically 2-3 NBA games on every day during the regular season. The playoffs are obviously a different story, with games happening every day until the NBA Finals.