James Harden makes his home debut for the Philadelphia 76ers as Philly takes on the New York Knicks at Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday, March 2 at 7:30 pm ET.
While the Brooklyn Nets are still waiting to benefit from their end of the Ben Simmons-James Harden trade, Harden has excelled in his new role in Philadelphia.
However, Harden hasn’t actually played in Philadelphia yet, but he is set to make his home game debut as the team hosts the Knicks for a mid-week matchup.
On Feb. 27, the 76ers trounced the Knicks in a 125-109 showing where Harden made NBA history. According to CBS Sports, “Harden is the first player in NBA history to put up 25 points and 10 assists in each of his first two games with a team.”
If recent history repeats itself, Harden will have another spectacular showing against the New York team, and the 76ers will inch that much closer to claiming the East.
What channel is the 76ers vs. Knicks NBA game on?
The 76ers vs. Knicks game can be seen locally in Philadelphia on NBC Sports Philadelphia. In New York City, the game can be seen locally on MSG Network. The game will also be broadcast nationally on ESPN.
76ers vs. Knicks NBA Odds
Point Spread: 76ers -10.5
Moneyline: Knicks +425, 76ers -600
O/U Total: 223.5
Odds courtesy of WynnBET
Based on their last matchup and the excellent play by Joel Embiid, James Harden and Tyrese Maxey, the 76ers are expected to win by at least 10 points.
NBA Reddit Live Stream for 76ers vs. Knicks
Date: Wednesday, March 2
Start Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: ESPN, MSG Network, NBC Sports Philadelphia
Live Stream: ESPN, ESPN+
Fans can stream the action in local markets on FuboTV for all your NBA action needs. Even better, the streaming cable service is available for a 7-day free trial when new users sign up. NBA League Pass also offers the chance for all out-of-market subscribers to stream and watch the game with a paid subscription to the service.
If you won’t be near a television, you can catch a live stream of the 76ers vs. Knicks game on the NBA streams subreddit community by searching “sportsurge” on Google.