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BBC Sport is bringing live TV and digital coverage of the remainder of the 2023-24 NBA season to new audiences, as well as to basketball fans across the UK.

The collaboration will see games broadcast live on the BBC including on BBC One, BBC Three and BBC iPlayer, so fans can immerse themselves in the season and follow the excitement on court. Five games from the regular season are confirmed, with an additional four Playoffs and Finals games from April to June, keeping basketball fans across all the action.

Coverage starts with an Eastern Conference clash on Friday 23 February on BBC One, as the Cleveland Cavaliers face off against the Philadelphia 76ers live from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Following last season’s Finals that saw the Denver Nuggets clinch their first NBA championship by defeating the Miami Heat, anticipation is building to see who will be crowned the 2024 NBA champion.

Alongside live games, the BBC Sport website and app will cover the best moments from across the season, bringing fans the top action from the biggest professional basketball league in the world.

Philip Bernie, Interim Director BBC Sport says: “Last year we brought live, free-to-air NBA games to our audience. This year we now have some of the biggest games of the season, showcasing the NBA’s brightest stars, and fans can also keep across the action on our website and app.”

Bastien Lacheny, NBA Europe and Middle East Vice President, Global Media Distribution says: “We are excited to bring NBA basketball back to the BBC. Fans in the UK will be able watch live action across BBC platforms as part of our commitment to making NBA games and programming available to our passionate fans on the devices and platforms they use most.”


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