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BROADCAST GUIDE | NBL, NBA, Cricket, UFC and Golf Action Live on KAYO & FOXTEL

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Catch all the thrilling NBA and NBL games, plus major golf tournaments, streaming live on Kayo Sports and Foxtel channels this week.

In an exciting week ahead for sports aficionados, Kayo Sports and Foxtel Sports channels are set to broadcast a jam-packed schedule of sporting events, encompassing the thrill of the NBA, the intensity of the NBL and WNBL, the physicality of Boxing, the strategy of Cricket, the precision of Golf, the adrenaline of the NFL, the combat of the UFC, and the agility of the WSL.

The NBA takes centre stage with an array of key matchups. Starting the week, Denver Nuggets face off against Portland Trail Blazers on Monday, February 5, at 12:30 pm, setting the tone for a series of high-energy games. Noteworthy is the Philadelphia 76ers‘ busy schedule, challenging the Dallas Mavericks on February 6, followed by a prestigious battle with the Golden State Warriors on February 8.

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The week continues with the New York Knicks taking on the Mavericks on February 9, and concludes with the Orlando Magic meeting the Chicago Bulls on Sunday, February 11, amongst other eagerly anticipated games.

The NBL will not be overshadowed, offering its own set of thrilling encounters. The New Zealand Breakers and the Illawarra Hawks kick things off on February 9, with the Brisbane Bullets and the Adelaide 36ers following suit.

The weekend heats up with the South East Melbourne facing the Tasmania JackJumpers, and the Perth Wildcats versus the Cairns Taipans, leading up to Melbourne United‘s rematch with the New Zealand Breakers on Sunday, February 11.

For women’s basketball enthusiasts, the FIBA Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament presents a golden opportunity for the Australian team, facing Brazil on February 9 and Germany on February 11, in pivotal matches determining Olympic qualification.

Boxing fans are primed for a major announcement from No Limit Boxing on February 6, stirring anticipation for upcoming bouts and events.

UFC’s Fight Night brings the world of mixed martial arts into the spotlight with Hermansson vs. Pyfer on February 11, promising a blend of strategy, skill, and physical prowess.

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In the realm of Cricket, the ODI and T20 International series between Australia and the West Indies are set to captivate fans. The third game of the ODI series on February 6, followed by two T20 International games on February 9 and 11, promises competitive cricket at its finest.

Golf enthusiasts are well catered for with the PGA Australia TPS Sydney taking place from February 10-11, alongside the DP World Tour in Qatar from February 8-11, showcasing the talent and precision of professional golfers on the global stage.

Surfing’s Best take to the waves in the WSL Tour Pipeline Pro, with coverage spanning from February 6-11, culminating in a must-watch final day of competition.

Kayo Sports and Foxtel Sports channels offer documentary and magazine shows for those seeking insights beyond the live action. NFL Live, NBL: Overtime, NBA Countdown, and UFC Live provide in-depth analyses, player interviews, and behind-the-scenes content, enriching the viewing experience for fans across all sports.

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