Where to watch the NBL on Aussie TV: Foxtel and free-to-air

Every game live on Fox Sports + expanded free-to-air coverage

Every game live on Fox Sports, expanded free-to-air television coverage on ABC and SBS and never before told stories of the stars of the NBL.

They are just some of the highlights of the coverage of 40th NBL season starting today (Thursday October 5) when Adelaide 36ers play Melbourne United at Titanium Security Arena.

The coverage will be spearheaded by commentators Matt Russell, Anthony Hudson, Dwayne Russell, John Casey and Lachy Reid and include some of the biggest names in Australian basketball with over 2,000 games of NBL experience.

They are four-time Olympian and former NBA player Shane Heal, four-time NBL Champion Shawn Redhage, NBL Hall of Famer Steve Carfino, 2010 NBL MVP Corey Williams, former NBL stars Cam Tregardh and James Harvey, former Sydney Kings captain Brad Rosen and dual NBL Champion Tommy Greer.

They will be joined courtside by Neroli Meadows, Abbey Gelmi, Alissa Smith and Jo Healy who will bring you all the latest news as it happens.

All 112 games and finals will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 503 with the NBL to also launch a new pre-game show at 5pm on Saturdays during the season.

Free-to-air TV coverage will triple this season with two games a week shown live on SBS Viceland at 5.30pm on Saturday and SBS at 3pm on Sunday. The ABC will also broadcast Friday night games at 11pm during the season.

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