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NBA Saturday Primetime, branded for sponsorship purposes as NBA Saturday Primetime presented by YouTube TV, is a presentation of selected Saturday night NBA games produced by ESPN and televised on ABC. The program debuted on January 23, 2016 as part of an eight-game slate for the 2015–16 NBA season.[1][2][3]

Contents

1 Games and results

1.1 2017–2018 1.2 2016–2017 1.3 2015–2016

2 References

Games and results[edit] 2017–2018[edit]

2017–2018

Date Time (ET) Visitor Result Host

January 20 8:30 pm Golden State Warriors 108-116 Houston Rockets

January 27 8:30 pm Boston Celtics 105-109 Golden State Warriors

February 3 8:30 pm Houston Rockets 120-88 Cleveland Cavaliers

February 10 8:30 pm San Antonio Spurs 105-122 Golden State Warriors

February 24 8:30 pm Oklahoma City Thunder 80-112 Golden State Warriors

March 3 8:30 pm Boston Celtics 120-123 Houston Rockets

March 10 8:30 pm San Antonio Spurs 94-104 Oklahoma City Thunder

April 7 8:30 pm Oklahoma City Thunder

Houston Rockets

Schedule source:[4]

2016–2017[edit]

2016–2017

Date Time (ET) Visitor Result Host

January 21 8:30 pm San Antonio Spurs 118–115 (OT)[5] Cleveland Cavaliers

January 28 8:30 pm Los Angeles Clippers 98–144[6] Golden State Warriors

February 4 8:30 pm Cleveland Cavaliers 111–104[7] New York Knicks

February 11 8:30 pm Golden State Warriors 130–114[8] Oklahoma City Thunder

February 25 8:30 pm Chicago Bulls 117–97[9] Cleveland Cavaliers

March 4 8:30 pm Los Angeles Clippers 101–91[10] Chicago Bulls

March 11 8:30 pm Golden State Warriors 85–107 San Antonio Spurs

March 18 8:30 pm Cleveland Cavaliers 78-108 Los Angeles Clippers

April 8 8:30 pm Los Angeles Clippers 98-87 San Antonio Spurs

Schedule source:[11]

2015–2016[edit]

2015–2016

Date Time (ET) Visitor Result Host

January 23 8:30 pm Chicago Bulls 96–83[12] Cleveland Cavaliers

January 30 8:30 pm San Antonio Spurs 103–117[13] Cleveland Cavaliers

February 20 8:30 pm Golden State Warriors 115–112[14] Los Angeles Clippers

February 27 8:30 pm Golden State Warriors 121–118[15] (OT) Oklahoma City Thunder

March 5 8:30 pm Houston Rockets 100–108[16] Chicago Bulls

March 12 8:30 pm Oklahoma City Thunder 85–93[17] San Antonio Spurs

March 19 8:30 pm Golden State Warriors 79–87[18] San Antonio Spurs

April 9 8:30 pm Cleveland Cavaliers 102–105[19] Chicago Bulls

Schedule source:[20]

References[edit]

^ Cafardo, Ben (16 July 2015). "Saturday Night NBA on ABC Launching in January". ESPN MediaZone. Retrieved 2 March 2016.  ^ Cafardo, Ben (July 2015). "Saturday Night NBA on ABC launching in January". ESPN Front Row. Retrieved 2 March 2016.  ^ "ABC to debut Saturday night NBA coverage in January". NBA. 16 July 2015. Retrieved 2 March 2016.  ^ Thompson, Gianina (14 August 2017). "ESPN & ABC Combine for Biggest NBA Regular-Season Schedule Ever: 104 Games - ESPN MediaZone". ESPN MediaZone. Retrieved 20 January 2018.  ^ "San Antonio Spurs vs Cleveland Cavaliers". NBA. Retrieved 22 January 2017.  ^ "LA Clippers vs Golden State Warriors". NBA. Retrieved 29 January 2017.  ^ "Cleveland Cavaliers vs New York Knicks". NBA. Retrieved 5 February 2017.  ^ "Golden State Warriors vs Oklahoma City Thunder". NBA. Retrieved 12 February 2017.  ^ "Chicago Bulls vs Cleveland Cavaliers". NBA. Retrieved 26 February 2017.  ^ "LA Clippers vs Chicago Bulls". NBA. Retrieved 5 March 2017.  ^ Cafardo, Ben (11 August 2016). "2016-17 ABC & ESPN NBA Schedule: More Games Than Ever". ESPN MediaZone. Retrieved 14 August 2016.  ^ "Chicago Bulls vs Cleveland Cavaliers". NBA. Retrieved 1 February 2016.  ^ "San Antonio Spurs vs Cleveland Cavaliers". NBA. Retrieved 1 February 2016.  ^ "Golden State Warriors vs Los Angeles Clippers". NBA. Retrieved 1 February 2016.  ^ "Golden State Warriors vs Oklahoma City Thunder". NBA. Retrieved 1 February 2016.  ^ "Houston Rockets vs Chicago Bulls". NBA. Retrieved 1 February 2016.  ^ "Oklahoma City Thunder vs San Antonio Spurs". NBA. Retrieved 9 February 2016.  ^ "Golden State Warriors vs San Antonio Spurs". NBA. Retrieved 1 February 2016.  ^ "Cleveland Cavaliers vs Chicago Bulls". NBA. Retrieved 1 February 2016.  ^ Cafardo, Ben (August 12, 2015). "ABC & ESPN 2015-16 NBA Schedule". ESPN MediaZone. Retrieved January 2, 2016. 

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