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NBA, ESPN Reach TV Rights Deal For U.K., Ireland Telecasts
Published December 5, 2012
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The ESPN deal calls for the company's U.K. and Ireland network to air three live games per week for the remainder of the season along with the Western Conference playoffs and the NBA Finals. It will carry its first game of the season tomorrow with the Knicks-Heat matchup.