Sky Sports remains UK home of NBA
September 28, 2022
By Nik Roseveare
Sky Sports will remain the home of NBA in the UK and Ireland for the 2022-23 season with 135 Regular Season games, the 2023 NBA All-Star Weekend in Salt Lake City in February, NBA 360 multiplex, the NBA Play-In Tournament, the best matchups from Rounds 1 and 2 of the NBA Playoffs and every game of the Conference Finals and NBA Finals.
Weekly NBA Sundays evening primetime game will be streamed for free on Sky Sports YouTube Channel again during the new season, alongside coverage on Sky Sports Arena.Prior to the start of the 2022-23 NBA regular season on October 18th, basketball fans can watch preseason action with the NBA Japan Games 2022 (September 29th and October 2nd) featuring the Golden State Warriors and the Washington Wizards, followed by the Atlanta Hawks versus the Milwaukee Bucks as part of the NBA Abu Dhabi Games 2022 (October 6th and October 8th).
Sky will also introduce a new magazine show, NBA on Fire, to wrap up the week’s action and feature the most in form every Friday.News and analysis show NBA Action will continue every Thursday evening throughout the season on Sky Sports Arena and Sky Sports Mix, and Sky Sports’ Mo Mooncey will bring fans the biggest news, rumours & debate from around the NBA on Snapchat show The Paint each week. Sky will also continue to show British Basketball League games, cup games and playoff finals. Plus, the Women’s British Basketball League Trophy final, cup final and playoff final.