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NBA: How to watch Week 18 on ESPN

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Westbrook sets NBA record with 10th consecutive triple-double (1:48)

Russell Westbrook puts up 21 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists, setting an NBA record with his 10th straight triple-double by passing Wilt Chamberlain. (1:48)

It's set to be another huge week of NBA action in the States, and here's how you can catch the best of it on ESPN and ESPN 2.

Two huge games kick off the action on Wednesday, with the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers meeting in a massive Eastern Conference clash, while later, the Utah Jazz face the might of the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena.

On Thursday, the Warriors then head to Portland to face the Trail Blazers, while on Friday, the Oklahoma City Thunder visit the New Orleans Pelicans.

Make sure you keep your TV tuned into ESPN over the weekend for all the All-Star weekend action, culminating in the All-Star Game on Monday at midday.

Stay across ESPN for all the news, reaction and highlights from the NBA season and follow @ESPNAusNZ on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Broadcast Schedule (AEDT)

Wednesday 13th February

12.00pm ESPN Celtics vs. 76ers

2.30pm ESPN Jazz vs. Warriors

Thursday 14th February

1.35pm ESPN Warriors vs. Trail Blazers

Friday 15th February

12.00pm ESPN Thunder vs. Pelicans

Saturday 16th February

11.00am ESPN NBA All-Star Celebrity Game

1.00pm ESPN NBA Rising Stars Challenge

Sunday 17th February

12.30pm ESPN NBA All-Star Saturday Night

Monday 18th February

12.00pm ESPN NBA All-Star Game