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Sport Why are there no NBA games on ESPN tonight? College basketball takes Wednesday spotlight

13:41  01 december  2021
13:41  01 december  2021 Source:   msn.com

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At this point of the NBA season, we've come to expect to see NBA games air each Wednesday on ESPN but that won't be the case on Wednesday, Dec. 1.

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While there are nine NBA games scheduled for the first Wednesday in December, none will air on the ESPN family of networks. What makes this specific Wednesday so different from the first several weeks of the NBA season?

A quick look at ESPN's broadcast schedule provides a pretty straightforward answer.

Why are there no NBA Wednesday games on ESPN tonight?

While the NBA dominates ESPN for most Wednesdays out of the year, it sometimes takes a backseat to college hoops.

That's exactly the case on Wednesday, Dec. 1.

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With the NCAA Basketball season now in full swing, some of the nation's top programs are facing off head-to-head in non-conference action. A highlight of this non-conference slate is the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, a series of 14 games played between the two Power 5 conferences from Nov. 28-Dec. 1, airing throughout ESPN's array of networks.

On the final day of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, two games will air on ESPN and two will air on ESPN2.

ESPN Broadcast Schedule – Wednesday, Dec. 1
Game Time (ET) Network
Louisville vs. No. 22 Michigan State 7:15 PM ESPN
Virginia Tech vs. Maryland 7:15 PM ESPN2
No. 24 Michigan vs. North Carolina 9:30 PM ESPN
No. 23 Wisconsin vs. Georgia Tech 9:30 PM ESPN2

Unlike Thanksgiving when the NBA takes a night off, there will still be plenty of NBA action to tune in to on Wednesday. They won't be on ESPN, but two of the nine scheduled games will air on NBA TV.

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NBA games today: Wednesday, Dec. 1

Game Time (ET) National TV
Hawks vs. Pacers 7:00 PM
Nuggets vs. Magic 7:00 PM
Timberwolves vs. Wizards 7:00 PM
76ers vs. Celtics 7:30 PM NBA TV
Cavaliers vs. Heat 7:30 PM
Hornets vs. Bucks 8:00 PM
Mavericks vs. Pelicans 8:00 PM
Rockets vs. Thunder 8:00 PM
Kings vs. Clippers 10:30 PM NBA TV

Upcoming NBA National TV schedule

Date Game Time (ET) Network
Wednesday, Dec. 1 76ers vs. Celtics 7:30 PM NBA TV
Wednesday, Dec. 1 Kings vs. Clippers 10:30 PM NBA TV
Thursday, Dec. 2 Bulls vs. Knicks 7:30 PM NBA TV
Thursday, Dec. 2 Spurs vs. Trail Blazers 10:00 PM NBA TV
Friday, Dec. 3 76ers vs. Hawks 7:30 PM ESPN
Friday, Dec. 3 Clippers vs. Lakers 10:00 PM ESPN
Monday, Dec. 6 Thunder vs. Pistons 7:00 PM NBA TV
Tuesday, Dec. 7 Nets vs. Mavericks 7:30 PM TNT
Tuesday, Dec. 7 Clippers vs. Lakers 10:00 PM TNT
Wednesday, Dec. 8 Bucks vs. Heat 7:30 PM ESPN
Wednesday, Dec. 8 Trail Blazers vs. Warriors 10:00 PM ESPN

Viewing Picks for December 2, 2021 .
All Times Eastern College Basketball Men’s Saint Elizabeth at New Jersey Institute of Technology — ESPN3, 7 p.m. Detroit Mercy at IUPUI — ESPN+, 7 p.m. Edward Waters at North Florida — ESPN+, 7 p.m. Missouri at Liberty — ESPN+, 7 p.m. Northern Kentucky at Cleveland State — ESPN+, 7 p.m. Sacred Heart at Lafayette Read more The post Viewing Picks for December 2, 2021 appeared first on Awful Announcing.

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