From Official release
Posted Nov 2, 2012 6:04 PM
NBA TV to Televise Brooklyn Nets Hosting Toronto Raptors in First NBA Regular-Season Game from Barclays Center on Saturday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 p.m. ET
NBA TV will televise the Brooklyn Nets hosting the Toronto Raptors in the first NBA regular-season game held at Barclays Center on Saturday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 p.m. ET. The game has been added to the NBA TV lineup following the postponement of the Nets' originally-scheduled home opener on Thursday, Nov. 1. NBA TV's Saturday night lineup will also include the Los Angeles Clippers visiting the Golden State Warriors at 10:30 p.m.
The Autotrader.com Pre-game Show, hosted by Matt Winer with analysts Dennis Scott and Mitch Richmond, will preview the night's action at 7 p.m. The studio team will also wrap up Saturday's coverage with NBA GameTime presented by Hyundai post-game show following the Clippers/Warriors telecast.
NBA TV's opening night doubleheader featuring the Los Angeles Lakers and Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at 10:30 p.m. generated an average of 868,000 total viewers to become the network's most-viewed telecast ever. The doubleheader -- San Antonio Spurs vs. New Orleans Hornets at 8 p.m., with an average of 638,000 total viewers leading into the Lakers/Trail Blazers game -- averaged 758,000 total viewers to net NBA TV's most-viewed opening night ever.
NBA TV is part of NBA Digital, the NBA's extensive cross-platform portfolio of digital assets jointly managed by the NBA and Turner Sports including NBA TV, NBA.com , NBA LEAGUE PASS, NBA LEAGUE PASS Broadband, NBA Mobile, NBA DLEAGUE.com, and WNBA.com.
|George's Big Three|
Paul George buries a huge three pointer during Game 1.
|Beatin' the Buzzer|
Roy Hibbert blocks Dwyane Wade's shot but LeBron James buries a big three pointer.
|James to Haslem|
Udonis Haslem finishes with an easy slam.
|Sager On the Fourth Quarter|
Craig Sager talks about the first three quarters of play and what you can expect to see in the final quarter of Game 1.
Roy Hibbert grabs the loose ball and sinks the tough shot.