The NBA is trying to bring more fans into the arena by putting on a live broadcast of the game.
The broadcast will take place at 10 a.m.
ET on ESPN3.
The NBA and NBA Players Association are making a statement to fans in a bid to boost attendance at games.
A new, live-streamed broadcast of games has been in the works for a few years, but it’s been delayed to try and increase the level of awareness.
The league said Tuesday it will put on the live broadcast at 10:30 a.d.
The live broadcast will feature highlights from the game including highlights, audio clips and highlights, as well as a player and team profile.
ESPN says the live stream will also include “behind-the-scenes video” and highlights from NBA games that are not live.
The live stream is being produced by the NBA.
The NBA said in a statement that the league has “long advocated for and is committed to live broadcasts of the games on ESPN2 and ESPN3.”
The league also said the NBA will hold a live video conference call Tuesday to discuss the new service.