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Published March 1, 1995
The NBA and TNT Latin America have signed an agreement to bring NBA game telecasts to the Latin America/Carribean region, and into the homes of the 3.1M subscribers to TNT Latin America. The two-year agreement will feature NBA games shown live each Thursday and give TNT Latin America rights to three playoff games. NBA VP/Managing Director Rob Levine said the league "is pleased to bring more games to our fans in Latin America" (NBA).