SiriusXM will provide subscribers nationwide all-encompassing coverage of the 2014-15 NBA season, offering live play-by-play of every game from Opening Night through the NBA Finals, plus daily in-depth talk and analysis on SiriusXM NBA Radio.
The NBA begins its 69th season on Tuesday, October 28, with a tripleheader featuring the defending NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs hosting the Dallas Mavericks (8:00 pm ET), the New Orleans Pelicans hosting the Orlando Magic (8:00 pm ET) and the Los Angeles Lakers hosting the Houston Rockets (10:30 pm ET). Channels for these and future games on SiriusXM can be found at www.siriusxm.com/nba.
NBA programming is available to subscribers with XM Select, Sirius Premier or Sirius All-Access plans. Those satellite radio subscribers who add SiriusXM Internet Radio access to their subscription also get access to every team’s official radio broadcast for every game on the SiriusXM Internet Radio App and online.
SiriusXM NBA Radio (XM channel 86, Sirius channel 207) enters its second season offering fans the most extensive and in-depth NBA coverage available on radio. The channel offers live game broadcasts and a daily schedule of NBA-focused news and talk from an unparalleled roster of hosts.
New to the roster of analysts this season will be former All-Star forward Antonio Davis, former Kings/Suns/Sonics guard-forward Eddie Johnson and veteran broadcaster Kevin Harlan.
Returning analysts include former star players and coaches such as former NBA player/head coach/executive Mike Dunleavy, Sr., former NBA Champion players Stacey King, Malik Rose and Kenny Smith; Hall of Famer and women’s basketball pioneer Nancy Lieberman; and former NBA guard Mateen Cleaves. They will be joined on air by hosts Mark Boyle, Brian Geltzeiler, Jason Goff, Frank Isola, Joel Meyers, Justin Termine, Gerald Brown and Howie C.
NBA fans can call in to discuss the latest headlines and weigh in with their opinions on the issues of the day. The channel will also feature regular interviews with current players and coaches as well as NBA legends, on-location broadcasts from special events, programming focused on the history of the game, and more.