NBA TV will showcase the start of the NBA offseason with coverage leading up to and during the NBA Draft 2020 presented by State Farm on Wednesday, Nov. 18, plus all the latest free agency news starting later in the week.
The network will feature live pick-by-pick player evaluations throughout both rounds of the NBA Draft, in addition to roster analysis and offseason forecasts for all 30 teams and post-selection interviews, Wednesday, Nov. 18, beginning at 8 p.m. ET.
Matt Winer will host the night's NBA Draft coverage from WarnerMedia Studios in Atlanta, along with analysts Tom Penn, Steve Smith, Brendan Haywood and Andy Katz, plus reporter Stephanie Ready.
Additional programming for the 2020 NBA Draft, plus free agency coverage on NBA TV, will include:
Get to Know Prospects
NBA TV will air 30-minute Get to Know: Draft Prospects shows throughout the week profiling some of this year's top prospects, including Anthony Edwards, LaMelo Ball and James Wiseman.
Mock Draft 2020
Mock Draft 2020 Presented by Service Now will simulate the first round complete with analysis of each proposed selection by Penn, Sekou Smith and Katz, tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 9 p.m. The 90-minute show will be hosted by Jared Greenberg.
NBA TV Draft Preview & Review
NBA TV’s coverage on Wednesday, Nov. 18, will tip off with a two-hour preview show at 6 p.m., led by host Chris Miles and commentators Dennis Scott, Sam Mitchell, Seth Davis and Penn.
Following the final selection, NBA Draft 2020 Review will recap the Draft with news, analysis and reflections on the night’s biggest moments.
NBA Draft 2020: Next Steps
Isiah Thomas and Scott will provide analysis for the network’s NBA Draft review show with Kristen Ledlow hosting the one-hour recap on Thursday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m.
NBA TV IG Takeover
A few of this year's leading prospects will take over NBA TV's Instagram account leading up to the NBA Draft. Obi Toppin, Monday Nov. 16, and Isaac Okoro, Tuesday, Nov. 17, will answer questions from fans throughout the day.
Free Agency Coverage
NBA TV will also feature nightly coverage of this year’s NBA free agency period starting Friday, Nov. 20, with the network’s signature NBA GameTime program.
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