First NBA House in Canada to debut in Vancouver during 2024 NBA Finals

TORONTO The National Basketball Association (NBA) today announced that NBA House, a free, immersive basketball experience and fan event, will debut in Canada at the Plaza of Nations in Vancouver from Thursday, June 6 Sunday, June 9 in conjunction with the 2024 NBA Finals, which tip off on Thursday, June 6 and will air live in Canada on Sportsnet and TSN.

NBA House in Vancouver will feature Finals viewing parties during Games 1 and 2, interactive basketball games, meet-and-greets with seven-time NBA champion Robert Horry and 2004 NBA champion Rip Hamilton, photo opportunities with the Larry O’Brien Trophy, official NBA merchandise, contests providing fans with the chance to win official NBA prizes, and more.

Tickets for NBA House and the NBA Finals viewing parties are available now at

Additional information about the NBA legend appearances and NBA House programming will be available on in the coming days.

“With the momentum around basketball in Canada at an all-time high, this is the perfect moment to bring one of our signature fan events to Vancouver for its Canadian debut,” said NBA Canada Senior Vice President and Managing Director Leah MacNab.  “NBA House will be the ultimate destination for Vancouver’s passionate basketball community to celebrate their love of the game and the excitement of the Finals as they rub shoulders with giants of the game.”

NBA House Vancouver will be supported by KOHO Financial, Michelob Ultra and Subway.

NBA House in Vancouver will mark the first time that NBA House is held in Canada, following previous editions in Brazil, France, Mexico, the U.S., and the UK.  The league will host its biggest NBA House ever in Brazil at Villa-Lobos State Park in São Paulo from June 6 Sunday, June 23, also in conjunction with the 2024 NBA Finals.

For more information, fans in Canada can follow the NBA on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and X.  Official NBA merchandise is available at the NBA Store in Canada at

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