ESPN Radio’s Coverage of the NBA

ESPN Audio today released its schedule of NBA games it will telecast this season.

ESPN Audio will broadcast 27 regular season games, including the All-Star Game.  Here is the schedule:

2013-14 ESPN Audio NBA Schedule

Date Game
Tues, Oct. 29 Chicago Bulls at Miami Heat
Weds, Dec. 25 Oklahoma City Thunder at New York Knicks
  Miami Heat at Los Angeles Lakers
Thurs, Jan. 9 Miami Heat at New York Knicks
Thurs, Jan. 16 Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets
Thurs, Jan. 23 Los Angeles Lakers at Miami Heat
Sun, Jan. 26 San Antonio Spurs at Miami Heat
  Los Angeles Lakers at New York Knicks
Thurs, Jan 30 Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors
Thurs, Feb. 7 San Antonio Spurs at Brooklyn Nets
Sun, Feb. 9 New York Knicks at Oklahoma City Thunder
  Chicago Bulls at Los Angeles Lakers
Thurs, Feb. 13 Oklahoma City Thunder at Los Angeles Lakers
Fri, Feb. 14 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge
Sat, Feb. 15 Meet the All Stars
  All-Star Saturday Night
Sun, Feb. 16 63rd NBA All-Star Game
Sun, Feb. 23 Los Angeles Clippers at Oklahoma City Thunder
  Chicago Bulls at Miami Heat
Sun, March 2 New York Knicks at Chicago Bulls
Thurs, March 6 Miami Heat at San Antonio Spurs
Sun, March 9 Miami Heat at Chicago Bulls
  Oklahoma City Thunder at Los Angeles Lakers
Sun, March 16 Houston Rockets at Miami Heat
Tues, March 25 Oklahoma City Thunder at Dallas Mavericks
Tues, April 1 Houston Rockets at Brooklyn Nets
Sun, April 6 New York Knicks at Miami Heat
  Los Angeles Lakers at Los Angeles Clippers
Tues, April 8 Houston Rockets at Los Angeles Lakers
Sun, April 13 Chicago Bulls at New York Knicks
Tues, April 15 Denver Nuggets at Los Angeles Clippers

One comment

  1. When are we ever going to get a network radio contract and coverage of the NHL ? Friday evenings and Sunday evenings would be ideal slots for game coverage through the regular season if it were to be ESPN radio (absolutely unlikely); or any of the other nights as well if it were to be CBS Sports radio, NBC Sports radio, Compass Media, Sports USA, or another smaller entity.

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