By Official Release
Posted Oct 6 2009 6:07AM
For the first time ever, NBA.com will stream live the 2K Sports NBA Real Training Camp, providing fans unprecedented access to five teams' training camps, including the defending NBA champs, the Los Angeles Lakers. Offering fans an exclusive first look at team practices, along with interviews from their top players and staff, 2K Sports NBA Real Training Camp lineup will include the Denver Nuggets (Sept. 29), Lakers (Oct. 1), Boston Celtics (Oct. 3), Washington Wizards (Oct. 5) and Atlanta Hawks (Oct. 6).
To watch each Real Training Camp episode when it airs live on NBA.com, visit http://www.nba.com/realtrainingcamp.
NBA TV hosts Rick Kamla and Andre Aldridge will each be working with guest analysts to give insight into teams' revamped rosters and explore the top storylines for the upcoming season. NBA.com's live stream of each team will be followed by a same-day encore presentation on NBA TV.
|2K Sports NBA Real Training Camp Programming Schedule (all times ET)|
Denver Nuggets: The team who battled the ultimate NBA champion Lakers during the Western Conference Finals, the Nuggets look to build on last year's success with hometown hero Chauncey Billups, All-Star Carmelo Anthony as well as Chris 'Birdman' Andersen, Nene and rookie Ty Lawson.
L.A. Lakers: With the addition of Ron Artest to a star-studded roster that already features NBA 2K10 video game cover athlete Kobe Bryant, along with Lamar Odom, Pau Gasol and Derek Fisher, will the Lakers defend their championship title?
Boston Celtics: After a second-round playoff loss to the Orlando Magic, the Celtics anticipate the return of the 'Big Three' with Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and a healthy Kevin Garnett returning to full strength, along with new teammate, four-time All-Star Rasheed Wallace.
Washington Wizards: A healthy Gilbert Arenas returns to the lineup to join Antawn Jamison and Caron Butler. With the additions of Randy Foye, Mike Miller and Fabricio Oberto, the Wizards start the season with a new coach in Flip Saunders, renewed confidence and high expectations.
Atlanta Hawks: With the additions of Jamal Crawford, first round draft selection Jeff Teague and veteran Joe Smith, will the up-and-coming Hawks continue their steady climb in the Playoffs?
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