Episode 7 of NBA: Year One Available Now Exclusively on ESPN+
On Wednesday Mar. 27 beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET, Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder go head-to-head against Bojan Bogdanović and the Indiana Pacers for the first half of this week’s NBA on ESPN doubleheader. Mark Jones will be courtside at Chesapeake Energy Arena with analyst Jeff Van Gundy, and reporter Jorge Sedano. In the 10:30 p.m. nightcap, the Los Angeles Lakers, led by LeBron James, visit the Utah Jazz, led by Donovan Mitchell. Mike Breen will call the action with analyst Doris Burke. The matchup will air exclusively on ESPN in the Utah home market and be subject to local blackout restrictions in the Los Angeles home market. Play-by-play announcer Marc Kestecher and analyst Mike Smith will call the game for ESPN Radio.
NBA Countdown, ESPN’s NBA pregame show, will tip off Wednesday’s doubleheader at 7:00 p.m. as host Michelle Beadle joins analysts Paul Pierce and Stan Van Gundy, and basketball hall of famer, Jason Kidd to preview the games and give halftime reports. ESPN NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski sat down with MVP candidate Giannis Antetokounmpo for an exclusive interview airing Wednesday during NBA Countdown. The Milwaukee Bucks star opens up about his upbringing, his uncommon competitiveness, the MVP race, and the first time he allowed himself the luxuries of his newly earned wealth.
The Jump, ESPN’s hour-long NBA news and discussion show, airs at 3 p.m. weekly with host Rachel Nichols, featuring a cast of high-profile analysts, reporters and guests.
As the end of the regular season rapidly approaches, NBA: Year One captures the struggles NBA rookies faced during their first year in the league. Rookies including Luka Doncic, Trae Young, and DeAndre Ayton, discuss what they’ve learned from those experiences in the newest episode of NBA: Year One available now exclusively on ESPN+. NBA: Year One gives fans an unprecedented, all-access look behind the scenes of the most notable NBA rookies, on and off the court. ESPN+ is the premium direct-to-consumer sports service from The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer and International (DTCI) segment and ESPN.
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