Find out where to hear your favorite NBA team this season

After a chaotic offseason, the NBA returned this week to much fanfare. Click to read a recap of the NBA’s exciting, drama-filled four-month break.

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SiriusXM Editor
October 17, 2018

As the NBA season kicks off, SiriusXM’s NBA Radio (Ch. 207) has been a must-listen program for all levels of basketball fans.

As usual, the last offseason brought all kinds of chaos, like:

  • After 4 seasons, 4 Eastern Conference titles and an NBA title, LeBron James left his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers for the purple and gold jerseys of the Los Angeles Lakers.
  • All of the buzz around Paul George’s free agency was much ado about nothing, as George re-signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder at the stroke of midnight, for four years and $137 million. Following this surprise long-term deal, ESPN’s Pablo Torre noted, we really don’t know these players.
  • It nearly happened four years ago, but JJ Redick and some emojis kept DeAndre Jordan away from Dallas in Los Angeles. This time, Jordan and the Mavericks agreed to a deal.
  • Jimmy Butler demanded a trade out of Minnesota, but nothing really came out of that, and he’s still a Timberwolf.

But now that the season has begun, all of that is behind us.

SiriusXM NBA Radio has all your basketball needs covered all season long. Each day, there’s round-the-clock coverage on the league that never stops. Former players like Greg Anthony, Tim Legler, and Brian Scalabrine join former executives like Amin Elhassan and David Griffin and longtime journalists like Frank Isola and Mitch Lawrence to cover every aspect of the NBA.

Analysts like Brendan Haywood give predictions and commentary like this every day.

Hear more expert NBA analysis all week long on SiriusXM’s NBA Radio (Ch. 207)