The NBA is planning to put all of its home games live, which means you will not be able to catch any of the action unless you are in the area.
The league announced Tuesday that all of the games scheduled to be played on Dec. 11, 12 and 13 will be available on a live stream starting at 5 p.m.
ET on ESPN, ESPN2, TNT and WatchESPN.
This includes the All-Star game, the NBA All-Rookie team and the NBA Playoffs.
The live stream will also include a full lineup of games for viewers to see.
In addition, there will be live coverage of the 2017-18 regular season on TNT, ESPN, WatchESPN and NBA TV.
The NBA has a history of having live streams of its games on a regular basis, with the league debuting a live streaming option last season.
But, with this announcement, fans won’t have to go far to find live streams.
The full schedule of games that will be broadcast on the NBA Live streaming app includes games scheduled for Dec. 13, 14 and 15, which includes the New Orleans Pelicans and Houston Rockets.
The Pelicans and Rockets are playing on the road, so the NBA will be using their home court.
The game will also be played in New Orleans, which is home to a new arena that will allow for a much larger television audience.
The Rockets are slated to host the Dallas Mavericks on Dec 16, while the Mavericks will host the Portland Trail Blazers on Dec 17.
There will also have games scheduled in Miami, Las Vegas and Philadelphia.