CBS Sports has made its final push for the NBA Finals live on the network this year, with the network announcing a new season of NBA Live, a one-hour series featuring live basketball from the 2016 NBA Finals.
The show will be the first one-and-done series that the network has ever put on, and will debut at 9 p.m.
ET on May 4.
The first game of the series, which will be played between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors, will be streamed live at 10 p.t.
The remaining games will be available to watch in real-time at 9:30 p.i.
The final game of each season will be shown during a special time slot of 7 p.s. on May 7, which is an hour earlier than previous seasons.CBS Sports Network also will stream NBA Live in real time at 10:30 a.m., 10:45 a.l. and 11:30p.m, and the NBA Live mobile app will stream it live for the first time.
On CBS Sports Radio, there will also be NBA Live coverage at noon on Thursdays, 6 p.l., 7 p, 8 p.p., 9 p., 10 p., 11 p., and 12 a.d.
The network also plans to stream the first four games of each NBA Finals game in real and on-demand through the NBA Sports app.
“CBS Sports is committed to bringing the NBA to fans around the country and this year’s NBA Finals will be no exception,” said CBS Sports president of programming David Stapleton.
“We are pleased to have the opportunity to deliver a series of one-offs that will offer fans an incredible look at the action of the Finals and offer fans a new way to watch them live on television.”
The NBA Finals schedule is set to air on Wednesday, June 3, with all of the remaining games to be shown live on SportsCenter and the NFL Live app.CBSSports.com will be live on Thursday, June 4, and on CBSSports.tv for the live stream of the game at 10 a.p.s., which is 7 p; 10 a.,m.; 10 a.; noon; noon; and 12 p.a.
The NBA Finals show will also stream on ESPN3, ESPNEWS and the ESPN app.