Although there is no Tuesday night competition in the NBA, BeIN Sports offers a very busy program as the NCAA resumes this Monday due to the election in the United States and the need to reckon with the international window with the 2023 World Cup. Qualified.
In the NBA, five very interesting matchups: Memphis – Boston this Monday evening; New York Derby on Wednesday night; Boston-Denver, Golden State-Cleveland on Friday; Dallas-Portland Saturday
As a bonus, the United States and especially France meetings against Lithuania with Victor Vembanyama making his debut with the Blues.
As usual, the times are night. Example: A match indicated on a Monday morning at 2:00 am will be Monday through Tuesday night. Additionally, all of the night’s games are rebroadcast the following morning at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. on Bean 1 before NBA Extra.
All matches on BeIN Sports 4, 5 and 6 are in the original version.
Monday, November 7
Philadelphia – Phoenix 2:00 a.m. (BeIN Sports 1)
Memphis – Boston 03:00 (BeIN Sports Max 4)
Illinois – Eastern Illinois 3:00 a.m. (BeIN Sports Max 6)
Wednesday 9 November
Brooklyn – New York at 1:30 a.m. (BeIN Sports 1)
Minnesota-Phoenix 2:00 a.m. (BeIN Sports Max 4)
Thursday 10 November
Washington – Dallas 01:00 (BeIN Sports Max 4)
Atlanta – Philadelphia at 1:30 am (BeIN Sports 1)
Friday November 11
France v Lithuania at 6:30pm (BeIN Sports 2)
Brazil vs USA 10:00pm (BeIN Sports Max 6)
Boston-Denver at 1:00 am (BeIN Sports 1)
Temple – Villanova 01:00 (BeIN Sports Max 5)
Saturday 12 November
LA Clippers – Brooklyn 10:00 pm (BeIN Sports 1)
Dallas – Portland at 02:30 (BeIN Sport Max 4)
Sunday, November 13
New York – OKC 6:00 pm (BeIN Sport Max 9)
Chicago – Denver 02:00 (BeIN Sport Max 4)