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NBA TV Canada is a Canadian English-language specialty channel owned by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE). It is a Canadian version of NBA TV, broadcasting programming focused on the National Basketball Association, and its Canadian franchise, the Toronto Raptors.

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In December 2000, MLSE was granted approval by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) for a Category 2 digital specialty channel license tentatively known as Raptors Basketball Channel, a channel described as being devoted primarily to the Toronto Raptors basketball franchise and the National Basketball Association (NBA), with additional programming related to other aspects of basketball.

The channel was launched on September 7, 2001, as Raptors NBA TV, with programming, focused on the NBA and other basketball-related programming, although it maintained a particular emphasis on the Toronto Raptors. On November 1, 2005, the network launched a high-definition simulcast.

On October 15, 2010, the channel was renamed NBA TV Canada, as the network began to air more programming devoted to the NBA and international basketball in general, sourced from its U.S. counterpart.

The channel was valued at $21 million on behalf of the CRTC in 2012.

NBA TV Canada broadcasts programming primarily related to the NBA and the Raptors, as well as coverage of other leagues including the NBA G League, Summer League, and the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). Regular hosts for local studio programming include David Amber, Sherman Hamilton, Matt Devin, Leo Rasputin, and Jack Armstrong. The channel broadcasts NBA games sourced from NBA TV and ESPN, and NBA TV series and studio programs.

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NBA TV Canada does not broadcast live Raptors games outside of the pre-season (which are split between the networks of TSN and Sports net which are owned by the co-majority owners of MLSE, Rogers Communications, and Bell Canada), but does broadcast full and abbreviated encores of Raptors telecasts.

NBA on ESPN

The NBA on ESPN alludes to the introduction of the National Basketball Association (NBA) games on the ESPN group of organizations. The ESPN link network previously broadcast NBA games from 1983 to 1984 and has been circulating games right now since the 2002–03 NBA season. ESPN2 started circulating a restricted timetable of NBA games in 2002. ESPN on ABC started broadcasting NBA games in 2006 (ABC Sports circulated NBA games under the title of the NBA on ABC from 2002 to 2006). On October 6, 2014, ESPN and the NBA reestablished their arrangement through 2025.

ESPN airs NBA games on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Most NBA games on the ESPN link network air on Fridays at 8 p.m. ET and 7:30 p.m. PT as a feature of “Across the nation” doubleheaders. Games on Wednesdays are generally single games, broadcast at 9 p.m. ET (typically following an ACC school b-ball game). Notwithstanding games on ABC, a few Sundays all through the season additionally include ESPN broadcast games, typically during the night, however, on most evenings, ESPN concedes to NBA TV for Sunday night public transmissions.

ESPN’s introduction of games is alluded to as NBA (name of the day) (i.e., NBA Wednesday, NBA Friday, and NBA Sunday). The broadcast additionally was once known as ESP NBA. ESPN used to mark a couple of different games under the NBA Special Edition brand, however, dropped the name for the NBA (name of the day) design in the 2013–14 season and past (e.g., NBA Monday); should the game air on a vacation, ESPN brands it as per the exceptional event. Except if indicated, ESPN’s NBA communicates are not selective, in which nearby games organizations may at present air the game in their home market. Moreover, the first-round season finisher inclusion isn’t selective.

As a component of the NBA’s link weighty TV bargain, ESPN airs one Conference last for each year; since the 2004 NBA Playoffs ESPN airs the Eastern Conference Finals in even-numbered years and the Western Conference Finals in odd-numbered years. The most meeting last games are broadcast on ESPN itself, with generally Game 4 and Game 7 put in a safe spot for ABC. Outside of the Conference Finals, ESPN airs season finisher games just on Thursdays (beginning the meeting semi-finals), Fridays, and Saturdays (with contender TNT circulating most of the games on different evenings of the week).

ESPN airs the NBA Draft each season, just as the NBA Draft Lottery (except for 2003, when ABC circulated the Draft Lottery preceding a Conference Final game on the organization).

The game between the New York Nicks and the Miami Heat on December 17, 2010, was the principal NBA game ever circulated on 3D, politeness of ESPN 3D. The organization circulated 14 NBA ordinary season games, just as select season finisher games, in 3D that season.

NBA on TNT

NBA on TNT is a marking utilized for broadcasts of the National Basketball Association (NBA) games, created by Turner Sports, the games division of the Warner Media News and Sports auxiliary of Warner Media and broadcast on TNT since 1989. Dynamite’s NBA inclusion incorporates the Inside the NBA studio show, week after week doubleheaders all through the standard season on Thursdays, just as Tuesdays in the second 50% of the period, a greater part of games during the initial two rounds of the end of the season games, and one meeting finals arrangement.

Dynamite airs large numbers of the NBA’s marquee games (the NBA All-Star Game, a full Conference Final, Opening Night games, and by far most of season finisher games). As of late, fans have figured it as the thing NBC was doing all through that organization’s inclusion of the class. Dynamite would appear to be the NBA’s favored transporter too; from 2003 to 2005, TNT broad castes the Conference Final with the most interest from the public media (Spurs-Mavericks in 2003, Lakers-Wolves in 2004, and Pistons-Heat in 2005). Dynamite likewise airs the vast majority of the defining moments during the standard season (TNT circulated a Lakers-Heat game for the third consecutive year in 2007), and TNT studio content is gushed to NBA.com by means of the TNT Overtime area.

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