ESPN has announced that it has made some slight changes to its NBA coverage for games in January and February. The scheduling changes add games for the Pacers, Blazers, and Suns on the ESPN family of networks. The first set of changes affect ESPN’s NBA coverage on Wednesday, January 22nd. ESPN has added a matchup of the Indiana Pacers, who currently sit atop the Eastern Conference, and the Phoenix Suns. That matchup is scheduled for a 10:30pm ET tip-off. This addition means that the originally scheduled game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs has been pushed to an 8pm ET start time. It also results in the previously scheduled game between the Bulls and Cavaliers has been knocked off the night’s schedule.
The second change to ESPN’s NBA coverage schedule is the addition of a matchup between the Trailblazers and Pacers. That newly added matchup is scheduled for Friday, February 7th. It is scheduled for a 7pm ET tip-off. It takes the place of the network’s originally scheduled broadcast of the Cavaliers at Wizards.
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