NBA to stream select G League Ignite games on new NBA App for free

HENDERSON, Nev. – The NBA today announced that a select number of NBA G League Ignite games – headlined by top 2023 NBA Draft prospect Scoot Henderson – will stream for free on the new NBA App during the 2022-23 NBA G League season.  The first stream is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 4 at 10 p.m. ET when Ignite tips off its season against the Oklahoma City Blue.

G League Ignite Games to be Featured Globally on NBA App:

In addition to Ignite’s eight Showcase Cup games on the App, eight games will be broadcast on the ESPN family of networks:

The 2022-23 NBA G League Ignite roster features several 2023 NBA Draft prospects, including Henderson, Canadian standout Leonard Miller, NBA Academy graduate Mojave King, French U18 National Team star Sidy Cissoko and former Washington State forward Efe Abogidi.  Click here to see the team’s full schedule.  Additional stream details will be available at a later date.

With the recent launch of the reimagined NBA App, fans will be able to access full game broadcasts, highlights and behind-the-scenes content featuring Henderson and Ignite for free.  As previously announced, all Boulogne-Levallois Metropolitans 92 games – featuring French star and top 2023 NBA Draft prospect Victor Wembanyama – are also available for free on the new NBA App.  The NBA App – a product of NBA Digital, the league’s joint venture with Warner Bros. Discovery Sports – is free to download.

About NBA G League Ignite
NBA G League Ignite is a first-of-its-kind team dedicated to developing top young prospects in preparation for the NBA Draft. Based at The Dollar Loan Center in Henderson, Nev., the roster includes elite players who are eligible for the NBA Draft and players in the early stages of their professional basketball careers as well as NBA and NBA G League veterans who serve as mentors to the team’s young talent.  In addition to accelerated on-court development and competing for an NBA G League Championship, the team focuses on life skills training that includes financial literacy education, community service involvement and scholarship opportunities.