Language Telecaster/Live Audio
NBA Finals 2003
English ESPN Radio | Nets Radio | Spurs Radio
Chinese CCTV, China (Mandarin)
French Canal+, France
SpanishCanal+, Spain | TV Azteca, Mexico
German Premiere, Germany
HebrewJCS, Israel
SerbianB92TV/ANEM, Serbia-Montenegro
Tagalog Solar, Philippines
Note: Broadcasting will pause during breaks in game action.
Fans worldwide were able to share their opinions and comments with each other in our LIVE international fan chat during each game of NBA Finals 2003. Take a look at what fans had to say about the game action, favorite players and basketball in general!
Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3
Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6

All-Star 2003 Global Fan Forum recap

Wondering Where to Watch?
Now you can see every dished dime and scorching slam as NBA Finals 2003 is broadcast all over the world. Many of the telecasters will offer live broadcasts with special on-site commentary so check your local listings. Don't miss a minute.
Where to watch? Global TV schedule
NBA Finals 2003 to Be a Global TV Event

Four International Players in 2003 Finals
NBA Finals 2003 ties a record with four international players: Dikembe Mutombo (Congo), Tim Duncan (U.S. Virgin Islands), Manu Ginobili (Argentina) and Tony Parker (France).
History of International Players in Finals
29 International Players in Playoffs 2003
International Coverage: Español | Japan | China | Taiwan
Manu habla de las NBA Finals 2003
Tony Parker répond aux journalistes | Un Français Champion NBA?
Die Ultimative Herausforderung

Upcoming Events

Fans in Japan to Love it Live!
The Los Angeles Clippers and the Seattle SuperSonics will open their 2003-04 NBA regular season schedules with two games in Japan in NBA Japan Games 2003.

International Preseason Schedule Announced for 2003-04
This October, the NBA will stage preseason games in Mexico City (Mexico), San Juan (Puerto Rico), Paris (France) and Barcelona (Spain).
Mexico | Puerto Rico | France | Spain

NBA Games Coming To China In 2004
The National Basketball Association (NBA) will stage preseason games in Beijing and Shanghai in October 2004 as part of the league’s continuing effort to support the development and growth of basketball in China

Third Annual Basketball Without Borders 2003 Gets Ready
Since its inception in 2001, Basketball without Borders has served as a summer camp for young people designed to promote friendship, goodwill and education through sport. Tony Parker (France) and Pau Gasol (Spain) will be among the NBA players who plan to serve as coaches during the 2003 event.
Basketball without Borders 2002