ESPN will televise the Los Angeles Lakers at Minnesota Timberwolves game on Friday, December 17 beginning at 10 p.m. ET. Lakers vs. Timberwolves will replace the previously scheduled Milwaukee Bucks vs. New Orleans Pelicans matchup.
The Golden State Warriors victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Thanksgiving Eve – Wednesday, November 24 – averaged 2,100,000 viewers, making it the most-watched NBA game on ESPN this season, according to Nielsen. The telecast peaked with 2,231,000 viewers at 12:30 a.m. ET. ESPN’s NBA game audience is up 24 percent vs. the 2020-21 full season average.
On Wednesday, November 24, ESPN’s live NBA game coverage presented by State Farm tips off with a blockbuster Thanksgiving Eve doubleheader.
Los Angeles’ LeBron James could rejoin the lineup Friday, after sitting out for two weeks due to an abdominal strain.
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ESPN’s NBA viewership across its event and studio coverage is up double-digits so far this season, according to Nielsen. Through 12 games, the NBA on ESPN is averaging 1,439,000 viewers, up 20 percent from the 2020-21 regular season average of 1,197,000 viewers.
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Beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET, number one overall draft pick, Cade Cunningham, and the Detroit Pistons visit number two overall draft pick, Jalen Green, and the Houston Rockets.
ESPN2 will broadcast the regular-season matchup between the Agua Caliente and G League Ignite on Thursday, November 11, at 8 p.m.
Three-time NBA Champion, three-time NBA All-Star and Golden State Warriors Center, Draymond Green, will appear on Wednesday’s edition of NBA Today
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Redick will make his on-air debut on Wednesday, November 3, as part of ESPN’s studio programming surrounding its Brooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks game that night.
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NBA Countdown presented by Mountain Dew, ESPN’s NBA pregame studio show, will lead into Wednesday and Friday’s doubleheaders, beginning at 7 p.m. each night.