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SBD Global/October 5, 2012/Events and Attractions
NBA's Pistons, Knicks To Play Regular Season Game In London
Published October 5, 2012
HEADING OVERSEAS: The NBA is set to embark on a comprehensive int'l preseason tour that includes six NBA teams traveling to seven cities in six countries as part of the league’s 2012 int'l preseason schedule. The schedule includes three different int'l tours: NBA Europe Live presented by BBVA, 2012 NBA Mexico Game presented by BBVA Bancomer, and NBA China Games 2012. All seven games will air live on NBA TV in the U.S. and will be televised to fans in 215 countries and territories. In Greater China, fans can watch NBA China Games on television networks and websites including: CCTV5, BesTV, Guangdong TV, Ningxia Satellite TV, Now Sport, cntv.cn, Sina.com, QQ.com, and Funshion.com. Local partners televising NBA Europe Live in each of the countries hosting games include D-Smart in Turkey, Sport1+ in Germany, Sky Sport 2 in Italy, and Canal+ Deportes in Spain. In addition, the games in Europe will be carried for the first time by the following television and radio stations: OTE Sport 3 (Greece), Dolce Sport 2 (Romania), SABC 1 (South Africa), and KTXA (U.S.). ESPN Dos and TV Azteca will broadcast NBA Mexico Game (NBA).
| 2012 NBA Int'l Preseason Schedule
|NBA Europe Live 2012 Presented By BBVA||
|Boston Celtics vs. Fenerbahce Ulker||Oct. 5||Ulker Sports Arena||Istanbul|
|Dallas Mavericks vs. Alba Berlin||Oct. 6||The O2 World||Berlin|
|Boston Celtics vs. EA7 Emporio Armani Milano||Oct. 7||Mediolanum Forum||Milan|
|Dallas Mavericks vs. FC Barcelona Regal||Oct. 9||Palau Sant Jordi||Barcelona|
|NBA Mexico Game 2012
Presented By BBVA Bancomer
|New Orleans Hornets vs. Orlando Magic||Oct. 7||Mexico City Arena||Mexico City|
|NBA China Games 2012||
|Los Angeles Clippers vs. Miami Heat||Oct. 11||MasterCard Center||Beijing|
|Los Angeles Clippers vs. Miami Heat||Oct. 14||Mercedes-Benz Arena||Shanghai|
BIKERS WELCOME: Circuit of The Americas revealed that the world’s premier motorcycle racing world championship, MotoGP, will join its roster of racing events next spring with the three-day series set for April 19-21. With the addition of the MotoGP series, the new circuit will be the first North American racing venue to host both two-and four-wheeled world championship events in one year’s time (Circuit of The Americas).