Every NBL game live on ESPN via FOXTEL and KAYO

Each Sunday, two games will be available live and for free on Kayo Freebies.

The 2021-2022 Hungry Jacks National Basketball League (NBL) season is set to begin Friday, with every game live and on-demand on ESPN, available to watch through Foxtel and stream on Kayo.

League newcomers the Tasmania JackJumpers will start the season at 7:30 p.m. AEDT * against the Brisbane Bullets, with first-round action highlighted by the projected first-round pick of the 2022 NBA Draft. Ousmane Dieng and the NZ Breakers face off against the Chinese superstar Zhou Qi and the South East Melbourne Phoenix on Saturday December 4, plus the NBA champion that of Matthieu Dellavedova debut for Melbourne United against the Sydney Kings on Sunday, December 5, which will be live and free on Kayo Freebies.

As part of the ground-breaking three-year deal with the NBL and ESPN announced earlier this year, every game of the NBL season will be broadcast live on ESPN via Foxtel and Kayo. Additionally, all Sunday matches at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. of the season will be available to stream live and for free on Kayo Freebies. Kayo Freebies is free and no credit card information is required to register and start broadcasting.

Executive Director of Fox Sports, Steve crawley, noted:

“We have a long and rich history with the NBL and basketball is one of the fastest growing sports in Australia. The NBL has never been so exciting to watch, with past and future NBA players including Australian Matthew Dellavedova, Chinese superstar and former Houston Rockets player Zhou Qi and French phenomenon Next Gen Ousmane Dieng. As ESPN’s key Australia broadcast partner, we’re excited to bring every game of the NBL season to basketball fans across the country.

LNB Commissioner, Jeremy loeliger, noted:

“It’s very exciting for our fans that we’re on ESPN screens, via Foxtel and Kayo, every game this season. Friday night’s season opener will mark a new era in Australian sport with the Tasmania JackJumpers making their debut outside a sold-out MyState Bank Arena in Hobart. With renowned signings across the League and our most diverse group of NBL Next Stars to date, this season promises to be one of the most competitive and exciting in League history.

Basketball fans will be spoiled for choice this summer with “Slam Dunk Saturdays,” an action-packed day full of NBA and NBL live action. In addition to every NBL game, fans can watch live NBA coverage every week, as well as the best of the playoffs and every game of the Conference and NBA Finals live with ESPN, available through Foxtel and Kayo.

* Note: All game times are correct at time of posting, but are subject to change.

Watch the NBL season live on ESPN via Foxtel and Kayo.

Subscribe to KAYO now and enjoy all this athletic action and more with a 14 day free trial.


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Each Sunday, two games will be available live and for free on Kayo Freebies.

The 2021-2022 Hungry Jacks National Basketball League (NBL) season is set to begin Friday, with every game live and on-demand on ESPN, available to watch through Foxtel and stream on Kayo.

League newcomers the Tasmania JackJumpers will start the season at 7:30 p.m. AEDT * against the Brisbane Bullets, with first-round action highlighted by the projected first-round pick of the 2022 NBA Draft. Ousmane Dieng and the NZ Breakers face off against the Chinese superstar Zhou Qi and the South East Melbourne Phoenix on Saturday December 4, plus the NBA champion that of Matthieu Dellavedova debut for Melbourne United against the Sydney Kings on Sunday, December 5, which will be live and free on Kayo Freebies.

As part of the ground-breaking three-year deal with the NBL and ESPN announced earlier this year, every game of the NBL season will be broadcast live on ESPN via Foxtel and Kayo. Additionally, all Sunday matches at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. of the season will be available to stream live and for free on Kayo Freebies. Kayo Freebies is free and no credit card information is required to register and start broadcasting.

– ADVERTISING –



Executive Director of Fox Sports, Steve crawley, noted:

“We have a long and rich history with the NBL and basketball is one of the fastest growing sports in Australia. The NBL has never been so exciting to watch, with past and future NBA players including Australian Matthew Dellavedova, Chinese superstar and former Houston Rockets player Zhou Qi and French phenomenon Next Gen Ousmane Dieng. As ESPN’s key Australia broadcast partner, we’re excited to bring every game of the NBL season to basketball fans across the country.

LNB Commissioner, Jeremy loeliger, noted:

“It’s very exciting for our fans that we’re on ESPN screens, via Foxtel and Kayo, every game this season. Friday night’s season opener will mark a new era in Australian sport with the Tasmania JackJumpers making their debut outside a sold-out MyState Bank Arena in Hobart. With renowned signings across the League and our most diverse group of NBL Next Stars to date, this season promises to be one of the most competitive and exciting in League history.

Basketball fans will be spoiled for choice this summer with “Slam Dunk Saturdays,” an action-packed day full of NBA and NBL live action. In addition to every NBL game, fans can watch live NBA coverage every week, as well as the best of the playoffs and every game of the Conference and NBA Finals live with ESPN, available through Foxtel and Kayo.

* Note: All game times are correct at time of posting, but are subject to change.

Watch the NBL season live on ESPN via Foxtel and Kayo.

Subscribe to KAYO now and enjoy all this athletic action and more with a 14 day free trial.


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