Watch Kobe Bryant's Final Game and More For Free on NBA League Pass

Jordan Cohn
March 20, 2020 - 11:04 am

We may never know how the NBA 2020 season will have ended. Though the season may ultimately resume, everything will advance differently, you'd think.

Who knows whether or not the teams currently on the playoff bubble, like the Blazers and the Pelicans, will have made a late-season push and surpassed the Grizzlies? Who knows if LeBron could have evened up the MVP race with Giannis Antetokounmpo? Who knows if Zion Williamson could have taken away the Rookie of the Year award from Ja Morant?

It's extremely frustrating to consider all of these highly fascinating story lines and not know how they ever may have come down. But right now, health and safety is the ultimate goal, meaning that the suspension is an important step in the right direction toward resuming play.

In the meantime, the NBA has been nice enough to allow fans free access to thousands of games through NBA League Pass, following in the path of the NFL in an emerging trend that will keep people entertained while they stay safe from the outside world.

Here's a guide on the top games to watch for some of the league's biggest stars so that you can get your proper fill of phenomenal NBA action.

These are listed in chronological order.

Carmelo Anthony dribbles past Luol Deng. Photo credit USA Today
Kevin Durant celebrates in front of the Thunder crowd. Photo credit USA Today
Anthony Davis is mobbed by teammates after hitting an incredible shot. Photo credit USA Today
Steph Curry sizes up a three pointer against the Thunder. Photo credit USA Today
Kobe Bryant pulls up in his final NBA game. Photo credit USA Today
LeBron James hoists the 2016 NBA Finals trophy. Photo credit USA Today
James Harden is hugged by teammate P.J. Tucker after an unbelievable showing. Photo credit USA Today
Klay Thompson reacts to a three pointer against the Bulls. Photo credit USA Today
Luka Doncic enjoyed a career game against the Rockets. Photo credit USA Today
Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons have some fun en route to a victory over the Nets in the 2019 playoffs. Photo credit USA Today
Damian Lillard pulls up from way outside against the Thunder. Photo credit USA Today
Kawhi Leonard hits his incredible corner three to win Game 7 over the Sixers. Photo credit USA Today
Giannis Antetokounmpo attempts to get past a Jazz defender. Photo credit USA Today
Zion Williamson corrals the ball. Photo credit USA Today
Trae Young reacts to one of his many made baskets in a scoring outburst. Photo credit USA Today
Jayson Tatum skies over Danny Green. Photo credit USA Today

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