Coming into the latest NBA season, the expectations for the Brooklyn #Nets and Atlanta #Hawks weren't all that high. So far the two teams have each picked up wins to have .500 records in the early part of their campaign. The Nets are banking their success on guard D'Angelo Russell while Atlanta is looking toward Dennis Schroder and their young stars. On Sunday, they'll meet in an early afternoon game. Here's the latest Hawks vs. Nets game preview with odds to win, points total, start time, TV channel, and how to watch the game live streaming online.

NBA game preview

The Atlanta Hawks arrive at Sunday's meeting with the Nets at a record of 1-1 overall and 1-1 on the road.

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They've yet to play in a home opener so far this season so they'll be looking forward to getting back to the ATL. They are coming off a loss against the Hornets in Charlotte, where Dwight Howard got to exact some revenge on the latest team that traded him in the offseason. Schroder had 25 points in the loss and currently leads the team in scoring with 26.5 per contest. He's also leading in assists at six per game, with rookie John Collins' 57.1 percent field goal rate leading that category.

For the Brooklyn Nets, the team suffered a major loss when guard Jeremy Lin went down with an early injury. He's now out of action for the rest of the season while D'Angelo Russell will be the team's main star. Russell is currently leading the Nets with 23.5 points per game and 5.5 assists per game, while power forward Trevor Booker has averaged 10.5 rebounds per game to lead in that category.

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Brooklyn's only win this season came against the Orlando Magic, 126-121 in their previous game.

Matchup odds for today's game indicate it's a close one, as the home team is favored by 1.5 points on the spread. The Nets are moneyline favorites of -125 while the Hawks are +105 underdogs. The over/under points total is 220.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Sunday's Atlanta Hawks vs. Brooklyn Nets game gets started at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage is available through several regional networks. Fox Sports Southeast will show the game in the Atlanta viewing region. In Brooklyn and surrounding viewing regions, the game may be televised on the Yes Network. For all other "out-of-market" regions, #Nba League Pass is currently on a free offer for the next several days.

NBA League Pass will allow fans to see the game live streaming tonight. The service is available through web browsers, or via the mobile app on smartphones and tablets. There's also live streaming in select viewing regions via the Fox Sports Go website and apps or the Yes Networks's website and apps.