ESPN The Magazine is celebrating the “most wonderful time of the year” with its ’Tis the Season Issue, featuring Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook across two holiday-themed covers.
ESPN today announced it is dedicating a full day of coverage to the Philadelphia 76ers in a special content initiative called Philadelphia All Access on Friday, Dec. 15. ESPN will air Sixers-related content throughout the day across ESPN platforms, including SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, First Take, ESPN.com, ESPN social media, and more. Philadelphia All Access will culminate with ESPN’s national telecast of the Sixers vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder game at 7 p.m. ET. The telecast will be exclusively on ESPN in the Philadelphia market. All of ESPN’s Philadelphia All Access coverage will also be available via the ESPN App.
Viewership for the NBA on ESPN is Up 24 Percent to Start the 2017-18 Season; Golden State Warriors versus Oklahoma City Thunder is ESPN’s Most-Viewed Regular-Season Game Since Christmas 2016
Debuts This Saturday November 11 on Top Rank on ESPN Artur Beterbiev vs. Enrico Koelling Bout ESPN today announced it has signed renowned sports broadcaster, Pulitzer Prize finalist and author Mark Kriegel to a new multi-year deal. Kriegel, a widely respected, seasoned sports media talent, will make his ESPN television debut this Saturday November 11 on Top Rank on ESPN alongside Teddy Atlas, … Read More
ESPN’s NBA season-opening doubleheader on Oct. 18 averaged a 1.6 metered market rating, matching the company’s second-highest rated NBA opening night ever with 2002 and 2015, according to Nielsen. The two-game average was up 14 percent from a 1.4 in 2016.
To Share: http://es.pn/2x3Gkk5 Para texto en Español Start to Finish Coverage of the 2017-18 Regular-Season with over 100 Games Marquee Matchups, Rivalry Games Throughout the Season Four Christmas Day Matches, Highlighted by a Rematch of Last Year’s NBA Finals Between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers Álvaro Martín and Coach Carlos Morales Team up for … Read More
ESPN The Magazine’s NBA Preview Issue will hit newsstands Friday featuring two of the league’s biggest stars, Chris Paul and James Harden.
ESPN’s newest NBA analyst Paul Pierce discussed the start of the 2017-18 NBA season in a media conference call this afternoon. He will appear on ESPN’s The Jump and the NBA Countdown pre-game and halftime shows throughout the season.
First Take – ESPN’s weekday morning studio debate show featuring commentators Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman with host Molly Qerim – is hitting the road for NBA Tipoff Shows. On Tuesday, Oct. 17, Stephen A. Smith will be live from the Town Hall Ohio City in Cleveland, Ohio, for the Cavaliers home opener. Then on Thursday, Oct. 19, and Friday, Oct. 20, the whole team will be live from ESPN Studios in Los Angeles for the Lakers home opener.
The NBA is back on ESPN with a star-studded season-opening full court press, highlighted by two prime-time doubleheaders to help tip off the highly-anticipated 2017-18 regular-season. ESPN’s first telecast of the season will be an exclusive presentation as the Washington Wizards and John Wall host the Philadelphia 76ers and top NBA Draft pick Markelle Fultz, at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. The voice of the NBA, Mike Breen, will call the action with analyst Jeff Van Gundy and reporter Doris Burke. In the nightcap, the San Antonio Spurs and Kawhi Leonard will host the Minnesota Timberwolves and Jimmy Butler at 9:30 p.m. Mark Jones will be joined by analyst Mark Jackson and reporter Cassidy Hubbarth to provide coverage.