SECAUCUS, N.J., Sept. 28 -- For its most ambitious preseason undertaking ever, NBA TV will provide viewers with unprecedented coverage from all 30 NBA training camps with live look-ins to practices beginning Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. ET and continuing through Friday, Oct. 28.

NBA TVís Real Training Camp will present a nightly 30-minute show at 7 p.m. ET, Mondays through Fridays for three consecutive weeks, featuring in-depth coverage of each day's training camp developments and a recap of that dayís earlier live coverage from camp.

Real Training Camp
Tue 10/4: Hornets live 11am ET
Wed 10/5: Bobcats live 9am ET
Thu 10/6: Clippers live Noon ET
Fri 10/7: Wizards live 11am ET
Rest of schedule TBA
Recaps weeknights at 7pm
In its third season as NBA TVís preseason reality show, Real Training Camp builds on the success of the exclusive coverage of the training camps of the Denver Nuggets in 2003-04 and the New Orleans Hornets in 2004-05, and for the first time, expands this season to cover the rigorous training schedule of every team.

With extensive access to practices, daily workouts, training sessions, players, coaches and front-office executives, fans will have an exclusive opportunity to see -- through the eyes of those closest to the game -- how teams prepare for the upcoming NBA season.

NBA TV host Andre Aldridge and NBA TV Fantasy Hoops anchor Rick Kamla will host Real Training Camp and travel on-site to camps providing daily updates, exclusive player interviews and analyzing breaking news.

ďThe expanded format for Real Training Camp is a significant departure from years past when we focused exclusively on one team and now will cover the entire league. This is our most ambitious preseason endeavor in terms of manpower and technology, and we are committed to delivering to our fans the most comprehensive access to the NBA preseason.Ē said Steve Herbst, Vice President and General Manager of NBA TV.

About NBA TV
Launched in 1999, NBA TV is a fan's all-access channel for everything basketball. NBA TV offers exciting new technology such as High-Definition and VOD; more than 20 original series programs; more than 200 games including 100 NBA regular-season and Playoff games; major International competitions and weekly Euroleague games; exclusive access to NBA events; news from around the world of basketball; nightly highlights; Top 10 Plays of the Day; interviews with the game's insiders; real-time statistics; and, the latest fantasy basketball and video game news. NBA TV has more than 30 national advertisers on board, is available to 67 million U.S. homes through several of the nation's top 10 cable and satellite companies -- Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, Cablevision, Bright House, DIRECTV and DISH Network -- and can be seen in 39 countries abroad.