On, Tuesday, April 4, ESPN will offer viewers The NBA Sidecast – a unique second-screen experience on ESPN3 and the ESPN app during ESPN’s Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Milwaukee Bucks telecast. The NBA Sidecast will include Rachel Nichols, host of ESPN’s The Jump, and ESPN NBA Insiders and True Hoop contributors Brian Windhorst, Amin Elhassan and Tom Haberstroh, who will provide live, … Read More
ABC’s broadcast of the Golden State Warriors’ Game 1 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday generated a total live audience (television + streaming) of 6,624,000 average viewers, making it ABC’s most-watched NBA Playoffs opening weekend game ever, according to Nielsen. It was up 22 percent from the corresponding game last year (Cleveland-Detroit Game 1), which averaged 5,436,000 total live viewers.
Para compartir:http://es.pn/2ocsE1Q Hasta 30 juegos de postemporada, culminando con las Finales de la NBA Juegos vía streaming en WatchESPN y ESPN Deportes+ Cobertura comienza el sábado 15 de abril con juegos de doble tanda Álvaro Martín y Carlos Morales regresan en su ª temporada como equipo de narración El duo Curry–Durant y los Golden … Read More
ESPN Radio will tip off its coverage of the 2017 NBA Playoffs this weekend, beginning Saturday, April 15, at 2 p.m. ET as LeBron James and the defending NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers host Paul George and the Indiana Pacers. Marc Kestecher and Jon Barry will call the action that day. On Sunday, April 16, Stephen Curry and the reigning Western Conference Champion Golden State Warriors host Damian Lillard and the Portland Trailblazers at 2:30 p.m., with Adam Amin & PJ Carlesimo on the call.
ABC & ESPN Combine to Carry up to 44 Postseason Games Culminating with the NBA Finals Defending NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers Begin Title Defense on Saturday Star-Studded Golden State Warriors Begin Playoff Campaign on Sunday Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy, Mark Jackson & Lisa Salters to Call Two Games in 24 Hours The 2017 NBA … Read More
Several of the top women’s college basketball prospects will gather at Samsung 837 in New York, for the 2017 WNBA Draft presented by State Farm on Thursday, April 13. Samsung 837, the brand’s experiential flagship and cultural hub, is hosting draft for the first time. Airing in prime time for the fifth-straight year, coverage and analysis of the first round will begin at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2, followed by coverage of the second and third rounds on ESPNU starting at 8 p.m. WNBA Draft host Ryan Ruocco will be joined by analysts Rebecca Lobo and LaChina Robinson, and reporters Holly Rowe and Cassidy Hubbarth.
As the late signing period begins, ESPNU will present ESPNU Signing Day Special today at 5 p.m. ET, giving fans an inside look at the future of college basketball.
More than 3.8 Million Viewers for the NCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship; Three-Game NCAA Women’s Final Four Up Nearly 20%
ESPN today announced that Michelle Beadle has been named the full-time host of NBA Countdown on ABC and ESPN. In this role, Beadle will lead the company’s NBA pre-game and halftime shows, including for the NBA Finals on ABC. She will also host ESPN’s and ABC’s studio coverage throughout the NBA Playoffs, which includes ESPN’s exclusive coverage of the Western Conference Finals.
ESPN has added the Milwaukee Bucks at Oklahoma City Thunder and Minnesota Timberwolves at Golden State Warriors games to its Tuesday, April 4 telecast schedule.