2019 NBA Summer League TV and Announcer Schedule on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and NBA TV
NBA TV’s Summer League coverage – the first opportunity to see many of the NBA’s top rookies in action – will feature 50 live game telecasts in 13 days beginning Monday, July 1. The network’s schedule – including live game telecasts from all three Summer League locations – will feature the expected first look at many of the 2019 NBA Draft class. Live game coverage on NBA TV will tip-off on July 1 with three games, including the Cleveland Cavaliers – who drafted Darius Garland with the No. 5 selection – facing the San Antonio Spurs and recently drafted Luka Samanic at 7 p.m.
For the scheduled game start times (all times Eastern; start times subject to change), locations, respective networks and announcers, click here
2019 Wimbledon Tennis TV Schedule on ESPN Networks
The Championships – Wimbledon, tennis’ most popular major tournament of the year, will be broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN+, ABC and streaming on the ESPN app beginning Monday, July 1. There’ll be 145 hours of television plus 1,500 hours of streaming of the first-ball-to-last-ball tournament coverage that includes more than 500 matches from the All England Club’s pristine grass courts, culminating with the Women’s and Men’s Championships on July 13 and 14, respectively.
ESPN’s tennis announcers, analysts and studio hosts for the Australian Open are (in alphabetical order by their last name): Darren Cahill, Cliff Drysdale, Chrissie Evert, Mary Joe Fernandez, Mardy Fish, Chris Fowler, Brad Gilbert, Jason Goodall, Bethanie Mattek-Sands, John McEnroe, Patrick McEnroe, Chris McKendry, Patrick Mouratoglou, Tom Rinaldi, Pam Shriver, Rennae Stubbs
For the Wimbledon tennis events (including dates, start times, and TV networks), click here
2019 Men’s College World Series of NCAA Division I Baseball Schedule on ESPN and ESPN2 – Click here
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Soccer TV and Announcer Schedule – Click here
2019 NFL Regular Season Weekly TV Schedule on Fox, CBS, NBC, ESPN, and NFL Network – Click here