The telecast will feature exclusive, never-before-seen game footage captured by five different NBA Entertainment cameras, presenting new and innovative views of the historic game.
When AFL returns on June 11 at the MCG, Seven’s number one caller Bruce McAvaney will still be leading the coverage, but he will be doing so from a studio in Adelaide
Tony Jones and the panel will break down every detail of the announcement and see what footy fans can expect for the season restart.
Round two of the K League gets underway this weekend, with the following matches exclusively live on Optus Sport.
The event is headlined by a blockbuster rematch involving The Rock and John Cena, but this time the WWE Championship is on the line at Met Life Stadium.
Australia’s pre-eminent broadcaster Bruce McAvaney will lead Seven’s coverage on Saturday alongside Hamish McLachlan, Henry Dwyer and Katelyn Mallyon.
The series is not even played in a lunch time slot, a graveyard slot or on 9 Now.
From Australia, collection highlights include the landmark SBS documentary series First Contact, which shines a light on the deep divide between Indigenous Australians and the rest of the nation by taking six non-Indigenous people and immersing them into Aboriginal Australia for the first time