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2016 NBA Playoffs

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2016 NBA Playoffs

The 2016 NBA Playoffs is the postseason tournament of the National Basketball Association's 2015–16 NBA season, which begins on October 27, 2015. The playoffs start on April 16, 2016.[1] The season schedule can be viewed by clicking here It will conclude with the 2016 NBA Finals.


  • Media Coverage 1
    • Television 1.1
  • Radio 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Media Coverage


ESPN, TNT, ABC, and NBA TV broadcast the NBA playoffs nationally. In the first round the regional sports networks affiliated with the teams can also broadcast the games. Throughout the first two rounds, TNT televises games Sunday through Thursday, ESPN televises games Friday and Sunday, and ABC televises select games on Saturday and Sunday, usually in the afternoon. NBA TV select games in the first round. TNT will televise the Western Conference Finals and ESPN the Eastern Conference Finals. ABC will televise the NBA Finals for the fourteenth consecutive year.


ESPN Radio has excusive national radio rights to broadcast the playoffs in the United States. They broadcast mostly ABC games during the first two rounds, all of the conference finals, and the NBA finals.

See also


  1. ^ NBA Playoffs 2016, Dates, Schedule, NBA Playoffs Bracket, Predictions, Standings
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