ESPN+ will carry more than 200 G League games for the 2022-23 season, starting with the Cleveland Charge -Wisconsin Herd game on Nov. 9, the network announced in a press release.
Games will stream live every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday throughout the season. Along with ESPN+, the network will broadcast games on ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPNNEWS.
The first of those tips off Nov. 6, when the Salt Lake City Stars face the G League Ignite on ESPNU.
Also, ESPN2 will carry the Showcase Cup championship on Dec. 2. The Showcase Cup is a single-elimination midseason tournament, and all of the games will be available on one of the ESPN networks listed above.
Per the release: “In addition to the Winter Showcase, ESPN networks will televise up to nine games during the 2023 NBA G League Playoffs presented by Google Pixel.”
This year marks the first time that the G League consists of 30 teams — and both the G League Ignite and Mexico City Capitanes are competing in a regular schedule.
Visit the NBA G League official site for the full schedule, which indicates which games will be televised where.