|Courtside Cinema on NBA TV||5:00 PM ET
An hour-long documentary focusing on one of the great sports accomplishments: Wilt Chamberlain scoring 100 points in a single game (which took place on March 2nd, 1962).
|Courtside Cinema on NBA TV||6:00 PM ET
An in-depth look at Magic Johnson's shocking revelation that he had contracted the HIV virus, which he announced on November 7, 1991.
|Courtside Cinema on NBA TV||7:30 PM ET
NBA TV's The Dream Team
The story behind the historic Olympic gold medal run of the 1992 USA Men's Basketball team--the greatest team in sports history.
|Courtside Cinema on NBA TV||9:00 PM ET
NBA Entertainment-produced documentary on the late-80's Detroit Pistons--nicknamed the "Bad Boys". Viewers will see the many factors that drove one of the best -- and most complex -- players in NBA history: Isiah Thomas, a lethal combination of sweetness on the outside and toughness within. In addition, the team was characterized by the toughness of Bill Laimbeer and Rick Mahorn; the quiet intensity of Joe Dumars; the savvy and fearlessness of a young Dennis Rodman; the comic relief provided by John Salley; and the mixture of grit, professionalism and style possessed by coach Chuck Daly.
|Courtside Cinema on NBA TV||11:00 PM ET
Magic & Bird: A Courtship Of Rivals
This special traces the history of competition between Los Angeles Lakers G Magic Johnson and Boston Celtics F Larry Bird, from the 1979 NCAA Final through a decade of dominance, when the two won three NBA MVP awards apiece and a combined eight NBA titles.
|Courtside Cinema on NBA TV||1:00 AM ET
'84 Draft, The
An extensive look at the 1984 Draft--considered one of the best Drafts of all time. Michael Jordan, Hakeem Olajuwon, and Charles Barkley are only a few of the amazing stories that came out of this draft class.
|NBA Special||2:30 AM ET
One on One with Ahmad Rashad: 2014-15 #1
Ahmad sits down with Kyrie Irving, Anthony Davis, and Steph Curry to talk about their starts to the season.
Anyone thinking there would be a resolution in the 'Melo saga during All-Star Weekend obviously hasn't paid attention to the last six months of this drama.
Blake Griffin sat on the elevated platform at the front of the interview room while scanning his brain for an answer. "The last time I was this tired ..." he said, repeating the query.
An ankle injury may have kept Dwyane Wade out of the fourth quarter of the All-Star Game, but it's all about the second half for the Miami star.