NBA Digital will present all 92 Summer League games across NBA TV, NBA.com and NBA Mobile. All the Summer League games will also be available via the NBA Summer League Live subscription package on NBA.com.
NBA TV’s signature “NBA GameTime” studio show — hosted by a rotation of the network’s commentators — will offer live nightly highlights following Summer League games (Saturday through July 11, generally at 8 p.m.) from Atlanta.
ESPN’s two World Cup Round of 16 telecasts on Sunday set a record as the highest-rated men’s World Cup matches, in any round not involving a U.S. team, on ESPN or ESPN2. The Netherlands’ victory over Mexico holds the top spot, averaging a 4.0 rating and 6,571,000 viewers, followed by a 3.9 rating and 6,388,000 viewers for Costa Rica’s shoot-out win over Greece.
ESPN’s Wimbledon coverage continues with two more days of “Cross Court Coverage” — two networks covering the action, in addition to up to nine matches offered on ESPN3 — Tuesday and Wednesday. ESPN2 focuses on Centre Court starting at 7 a.m. while fans enjoy a “grounds pass” on ESPN with matches from Court One and elsewhere.
ESPN2 will televise three “NBA Free Agency Specials” beginning Tuesday, with a one-hour episode at 6 p.m. Additional 30-minute specials will air at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.