Just as the NFL owns Thanksgiving on the sports calendar, the NBA has taken over Christmas. Five basketball games are scheduled for Tuesday, and the slate features a couple of marquee matchups.

Let’s take look at the complete Christmas Day NBA schedule, including the start times, TV channels and betting odds. All betting lines are courtesy of OddsShark.

Milwaukee Bucks at New York Knicks, 12 p.m. EST, ESPN (WatchESPN)

This is the biggest mismatch on the Christmas schedule. Milwaukee is a legitimate NBA Finals contender and tied with the No.1 seed Toronto Raptors in the loss column. New York shares the second-worst record in the East and is headed for a high lottery pick. The Bucks are 10-point road favorites and the total is 228.

Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets, 3:00 p.m. EST, ABC (WatchESPN)

This could be a first-round playoff preview. Oklahoma City is the No.3 seed in the West and just a half-game behind the No.1 seed Denver Nuggets. Houston has bounced back from their slow start to climb into the conference’s No.8 spot. With Chris Paul recovering from a hamstring injury, the Rockets are favored by 1.5 points and the total is 221.5.

Philadelphia 76ers at Boston Celtics, 5:30 p.m. EST, ABC (WatchESPN)

It’s a rematch of last year’s Eastern Conference Semifinals and their first meeting since the season opener. The No.5 seed Celtics are two games behind the 76ers for the No.4 seed. Boston is a four-point favorite and the total is 224.

LeBron James Lakers Warriors
LeBron James #23 and Lance Stephenson #6 of the Los Angeles Lakers celebrate after James made a shot against the Golden State Warriors and was fouled during their preseason game at T-Mobile Arena on October 10, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Los Angeles Lakers at Golden State Warriors, 8 p.m. EST, ABC (WatchESPN)

LeBron James will face the Warriors on Christmas Day for the fourth straight year, but this will mark his first regular-season meeting with Golden State as a member of the Lakers. L.A. is still the No.4 seed after losing four of their last six games, and the Warriors have two more wins than anyone in the West. Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Co. are nine-point favorites and the total is 235.

Portland Trail Blazers at Utah Jazz, 10:30 p.m. EST, ESPN (WatchESPN)

The Trail Blazers have moved to fifth in the West with four victories in their last five games. Utah might be the NBA’s most disappointing team with a 16-18 record that has them two games out of the playoff race. The Jazz are favored by six points and the total is 214.5.