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All 30 National Basketball Association (NBA) Teams in Action during Primetime in Africa on Final Day of Regular Season as Part of “NBA 360”

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All 30 NBA  teams will be in action during what is primetime for fans in Africa on Sunday, April 9, the final day of the 2022-23 regular season, as part of league’s multiplex broadcast format “NBA 360.”

Beginning at 7 p.m. CAT, NBA 360 will provide continuous and simultaneous coverage of all 15 games as teams compete to secure a spot in the 2023 AT&T NBA Play-In Tournament and 2023 NBA Playoffs presented by Google Pixel, including live look-ins, in-progress highlights, and up-to-date graphics and standings.

NBA 360, which will reach fans in 127 countries and territories, will allow fans to catch all the action from across the entire slate of NBA games in real time.  This marks the 25th time that the NBA has produced NBA 360 since the initiative launched in 2019 and the first time this broadcast format will feature all 30 NBA teams.  NBA 360 includes three major NBA tentpole dates each season: Opening Week, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the last day of the regular season.

Fans in Africa will be able to watch all 15 games live starting at 7:00 p.m. CAT on ESPN, Canal+ and beIN Sports.

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The action will tip off with eight games at 7 p.m. CAT, including a featured matchup between the 2021 NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks and the 2019 champion Toronto Raptors.  The first slate of games will also see the Philadelphia 76ers visit the Brooklyn Nets, and the 2022 Eastern Conference champion Boston Celtics host the Atlanta Hawks.  The seven games tipping off at 9:30 p.m. CAT include the Western Conference-leading Denver Nuggets hosting the Sacramento Kings, who clinched their first playoff appearance since 2005-06 season, as well as the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors visiting the Portland Trail Blazers.

Following the games on April 9, fans will be able to watch the AT&T NBA Play-In Tournament from April 11-14, which will see the seventh-through 10th-place teams in each conference compete to earn the seventh and eighth playoff seeds in their conference.  The game and broadcast schedule for the AT&T NBA Play-In Tournament will be announced when finalized.  The NBA Playoffs presented by Google Pixel will tip off on Saturday, April 15 and conclude no later than Sunday, June 18.

For up-to-date NBA standings, click here (https://apo-opa.info/3ZRma9A).  Below please find the complete game schedule for Sunday, April 9:

  • Hawks @ Celtics 7:00 p.m. CAT
  • Sixers @ Nets 7:00 p.m. CAT
  • Hornets @ Cavaliers 7:00 p.m. CAT
  • Magic @ Heat 7:00 p.m. CAT
  • Pacers @ Knicks 7:00 p.m. CAT
  • Bucks @ Raptors 7:00 p.m. CAT
  • Rockets @ Wizards 7:00 p.m. CAT
  • Pistons @ Bulls 7:00 p.m. CAT
  • Spurs @ Mavericks 9:30 p.m. CAT
  • Pelicans @ Timberwolves 9:30 p.m. CAT
  • Grizzlies @ Thunder 9:30 p.m. CAT
  • Kings @ Nuggets 9:30 p.m. CAT
  • Jazz @ Lakers 9:30 p.m. CAT
  • Clippers @ Suns 9:30 p.m. CAT
  • Warriors @ Trail Blazers 9:30 p.m. CAT
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