EPISODE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20
Jackson and Brown: 300k
NBA Inside Stuff takes a look at the careers of two of the greatest coaches in NBA history: Larry Brown and Phil Jackson.

Both coaches have accepted new challenges this season: Jackson is back with the Lakers, and Hall of Famer Brown has returned home to his New York roots to coach the Knicks. The show explores each man's career path, revealing their differing styles and philosophies. Former players and colleagues talk about Jackson's unconventional style with the Bulls, and how it ultimately led to success. As for Brown, his profile reveals a coach dedicated to teaching and accepting new assignments that challenge his abilities. The show concludes with a look at the 2001 and 2004 NBA Finals, when Jackson and Brown matched wits and each had his day in the sun. A look at two coaching legends...on NBA Inside Stuff.

Check out Inside Stuff on Sunday at 1 Eastern, 3 Pacific on ABC Sports.


EPISODE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13
TD Goes Home: 300k
NBA Inside Stuff travels with the defending champion San Antonio Spurs on a training camp visit to the U.S. Virgin Islands, the home country of three-time Finals MVP Tim Duncan.

Stuff cameras follow the team to practice and an intrasquad scrimmage, and viewers get an exclusive look at 800 fans from Duncan's home island of St. Croix traveling by boat to attend the event. The show also looks back at Tim Duncan's journey home to St. Croix a year ago, in which a private star gives exclusive insights into how his upbringing created the player we see today. The show concludes with exclusive access to Spurs practice back in San Antonio, where Tony Parker shows off his sense of humor and re-constructed jump shot. An inside look at the San Antonio Spurs...on NBA Inside Stuff.

Check out Inside Stuff on Sunday at 1 Eastern, 3 Pacific on ABC Sports.


EPISODE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Training camps: 300k
NBA Inside Stuff heads to paradise for a behind-the-scenes look at the Los Angeles Lakers' and the Golden State Warriors' training camp experiences in Hawaii.

The Lakers welcome 9-time championship coach Phil Jackson back to the sideline, who used the preseason to re-instill a winning attitude in Lakerland. Jackson talks about his new challenge, which includes his repaired relationship with superstar Kobe Bryant. Inside Stuff cameras also follow two of the NBA's 50 greatest players, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Scottie Pippen, who were in camp as special assistants to help coach members of the team. The show also spends time with six-year NBA veteran Lamar Odom. In Golden State camp, 2nd year head coach Mike Montgomery is trying to continue the momentum of last season's strong finish, led by 2-time all-star point guard Baron Davis. Viewers will get an all-access pass to practice, which includes a look at a fun-filled rookie initiation ritual. Cameras also follow rookie Monta Ellis and veteran Derek Fisher, who uses humor to point out the differences between playing for the Warriors and the Lakers. The show concludes with a high-energy preseason matchup between the two teams. Palm trees, ocean breezes and the sights and sounds of NBA hoops on NBA Inside Stuff.

Check out Inside Stuff on Sunday at 1 Eastern, 3 Pacific on ABC Sports.


EPISODE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30
Training camps: 300k
NBA Inside Stuff takes viewers on a journey around the league as teams wrapped up training camp.

Stuff cameras go behind the scenes in Minnesota, where new head coach Dwane Casey tries to get the Timberwolves back on track, plus viewers get a peek inside Kings camp, where Shareef Abdur-Rahim hopes to add some scoring punch. The show also focuses on 9-time All-Star Gary Payton, who joins Shaq and Dwyane Wade in Miami, plus cameras capture Allen Iverson and new head coach Maurice Cheeks getting ready to go in Philly. And finally, viewers get an all-access pass to Toronto Raptors camp, where head coach Sam Mitchell works on getting rookie Charlie Villanueva ready to begin his NBA career. The training camp tour continues on NBA Inside Stuff.

Check out Inside Stuff on Sunday at 1 Eastern, 3 Pacific on ABC Sports.


EPISODE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23
Training camps: 300k
NBA Inside Stuff provides exclusive access to training camps, as players get into shape and coaches develop a game-plan for their teams.

NBA Inside Stuff continues its all-access look at training camps by going behind-the-scenes with the Phoenix Suns, which will have to adjust to Amare Stoudemire's extended absence as he recovers from knee surgery. Reigning MVP Steve Nash leads a revamped roster but he plans to keep the Suns offense running at full speed. Inside Stuff also visits the Pacific Northwest to check in on the Blazers and the Sonics, plus viewers get an all-access pass to three Eastern Conference camps: the Bulls, the Wizards and the Magic. The training camp tour continues on NBA Inside Stuff.

Check out Inside Stuff on Sunday at 1 Eastern, 3 Pacific on ABC Sports.


EPISODE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16
Training camps: 300k
NBA Inside Stuff provides exclusive access to training camps, as players get into shape and coaches develop a game-plan for their teams.

Inside Stuff cameras give a glimpse at workouts and practices and go behind-the-scenes into locker rooms and training rooms for a look at how players are gearing up for the new season. On this episode, Inside Stuff takes a look at the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets, a team faced with the dual challenge of getting used to a new home while also trying to turn around a franchise that finished last in the west. Cameras also visit the Knicks, who are starting over in the Larry Brown era; the Celtics, who are relying on youth with the departure of Antoine Walker and Gary Payton; the Clippers, who are getting an energetic boost from veterans Sam Cassell and Cuttino Mobley; and the Bobcats, who are looking to build upon a promising first season in the league. An all-access pass to NBA training camps, on NBA Inside Stuff.

Check out Inside Stuff on Sunday at 1 Eastern, 3 Pacific on ABC Sports.


EPISODE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2
WNBA Finals: 300k
NBA Inside Stuff goes behind the scenes of the WNBA Finals between the 2005 champion Sacramento Monarchs and the Connecticut Sun.

In addition to giving viewers an all-access pass to game action, the show will also delve into the stories behind the games, including a key injury to Connecticut point guard Lindsay Whalen. Inside Stuff cameras follow Sacramento's Demya Walker during her game-day routine, and also peek into Monarchs' practice, where Finals MVP Yolanda Griffith shows her strong leadership skills. On the Connecticut side, watch as Katie Douglas packs for the trip to Sacramento after the Sun's dramatic game two win, and Sun star Taj McWilliams-Franklin talks about how she motivates herself and her teammates. It's an exclusive look at the WNBA Finals, on NBA Inside Stuff.

Check out Inside Stuff on Sunday at 1 Eastern, 3 Pacific on ABC Sports.


EPISODE: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
Vegas Summer League: 300k
NBA Inside Stuff goes behind the scenes of the Las Vegas Summer League.

Cameras follow a group of players with different backgrounds but all with a common goal: gaining experience and exposure in NBA-sanctioned competition. Subjects include 4th overall pick Chris Paul of the New Orleans Hornets and Chauncey Billups' brother Rodney, a free agent playing for the Detroit entry in the league. The spotlight also falls on a group of players suiting up for the Denver Nuggets entry: first round pick Julius Hodge, 2nd year player Luis Flores and free agent veteran Tyus Edney. Summer leagues are also proving grounds for coaches, and Inside Stuff goes all-access with Golden State assistant Mario Elie and a new face on the coaching scene, former NBA player Popeye Jones, who was in Las Vegas on the Dallas Mavericks bench. Hot fun in the Summer League...on NBA Inside Stuff.

Check out Inside Stuff on Sunday at 1 Eastern, 3 Pacific on ABC Sports.


EPISODE: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
Hurricane Relief: 300k
NBA Inside Stuff goes behind the scenes of the NBA Players Hurricane Relief Game, which took place in Houston on September 11th, 2005.

Approximately thirty NBA players, including such stars as Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett and Tracy McGrady, gathered in Houston to lend a hand to survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Inside Stuff cameras go all-access with the players as they met with evacuees at Houston's Reliant Center and the George R. Brown Convention Center. Players then broke into smaller groups to visit area shelters. After spending the day in the community, players returned to Toyota Center for a star-studded all star game. Complete coverage of the NBA Players Hurricane Relief Game, on NBA Inside Stuff.

Check out Inside Stuff on Sunday at 1 Eastern, 3 Pacific on ABC Sports.