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TNT’s NBA Playoffs Coverage Continues Tomorrow, Saturday, April 22, with the First of Three Straight Days of Doubleheader Action

 

 

Friday, April 21, 2017
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UPCOMING 2017 NBA PLAYOFFS COVERAGE
TNT’s NBA Playoffs coverage will continue with three consecutive days of doubleheader action beginning tomorrow, Saturday, April 22. The network's live game schedule and telecast notes follow.
 
NBA Schedule
 
 
 
The Sports Emmy Award-winning studio team of host Ernie Johnson, Hall of Famers Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neal and two-time NBA Champion Kenny Smith will provide pregame analysis, halftime updates and extensive postgame coverage on Inside the NBA presented by Kia throughout the playoffs. Pregame coverage will begin at 2:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, 6 p.m. on Sunday and 8 p.m. on Monday.
Segments from Area 21 – with TNT analyst Kevin Garnett and special guests each week – will be incorporated into studio coverage on Mondays throughout the first and second round.  Garnett will be joined by Hall of Famer Gary Payton in Area 21 throughout Monday night’s coverage. Additional Area 21 content will be available exclusively across KG Area 21 social media handles.
TNT Overtime on NBA.com and in the NBA App will deliver enhanced coverage for over 30 playoff games – more than ever before – with exclusive content and analysis from TNT commentators.  The unique companion experience allows fans to watch the game via four alternate camera angles, including Advanced Performance Replays sponsored by Nissan throughout the entirety of the playoffs.
Additionally, live streaming coverage of all NBA on TNT playoff games is available via http://www.tntdrama.com/watchtnt and the Watch TNT app.  Fans are able to access the games whenever and wherever they desire by logging in with the user name and password provided by their TV service provider.
 
 
 
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Charles Barkley on John Wall's place in the Eastern Conference hierarchy following the Wiz' Game 1 win Kenny Smith explains why Russell Westbrook's 51-point triple double in Game 2 wasn't enough for the Thunder
 
 
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