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During the Mavericks/76ers game, TNT Bets offered by FanDuel Sportsbook, a betting-focused simulcast available via web-based TNT digital items, will be featured. Fans can gain access to the content by logging in with their cable provider credentials. Throughout the season, TNT Bets will be available for select marquee matchups, with commentary from B/R Betting’s Cabbie Richards, Kelly Stewart, and other experts, including FanDuel’s in-house expert Tom Vecchio.
“Pregame Picks,” a weekly livestream featuring social, predictive, and challenge-based content hosted by Instagram star Famous Los and Pierre from House of Highlights, will continue on the Bleacher Report app. This week’s episode will be livestreamed in the B/R app at 9 p.m. on Thursday, prior to the Pelicans/Bucks matchup, and will include results from fun fan polls about the game.
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So, basketball fans, get packed. At State Farm Arena, Team LeBron and Team Durant will face off soon. Here’s everything you need to know about the NBA All-Star Game in 2021, including the start time, TV channel, and a breakdown of the format. NBA ALL-STAR 2021: Slam Dunk Contest and 3-point Contest lineups On what channel is today’s NBA All-Star Game broadcast? TNT will stream the 2021 All-Star Game live, with coverage starting at 5 p.m. ET. The game will also be streamed via the Watch TNT app. When does the NBA All-Star Game begin? On Sunday, March 7, 2021, the NBA All-Star Game will begin at 8 p.m. ET. For those watching the All-Star Game, the Slam Dunk Contest will provide halftime entertainment.
2021 NBA All-Star rostersUPDATE: In compliance with NBA health and safety guidelines, Team Durant’s Joel Embiid and Team LeBron’s Ben Simmons have been ruled out of the All-Star Game. Team Durant will replace Embiid in the starting lineup with Zion Williamson. Pick LeBron James’ team
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According to Nielsen primetime ratings, the All-Star game, in which Team LeBron dunked on Team Durant at the Atlanta Hawks’ home, was the most-watched show by people aged 18 to 34 and attracted a greater audience for people under 45 (3.26 million viewers) than the aforementioned revelatory celebrity interview, which drew 3.01 million viewers. TNT was also the most-watched network in primetime on Sunday by people under 49 during the 7 to 11 p.m. ET window—for background, the CBS interview with the voluntary British king exiles broadcast at the same time, at 8 p.m. ET, with the CBS interview lasting two hours. TNT had 2.84 million viewers in this age group, while CBS had 2.55 million.
Despite this, the NBA All-Star Game earned a 3.1 rating in the main 18-49 demographic and 5.94 million viewers, while the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle special was CBS’s most live-streamed event outside of the NFL and Super Bowl Sunday this season. As of today’s count, it had nearly 18 million viewers during its run and a 2.6 rating in the main demo. In contrast to the 2020 All-Star Game, which featured a slew of tributes to the late Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna, the 2021 version saw a 24 percent drop in the main demo and an 18 percent drop in ratings (4.1, 7.28M).
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The NBA All-Star Game on TNT and TBS averaged a combined 3.1 rating and 5.94 million viewers on Sunday, down 24 percent in ratings and 18 percent in viewership from last year (4.1, 7.28M) and the lowest-rated and least-watched version of the game ever. [For more information, see the NBA All-Star Game ratings history.]
Despite the low ratings, the NBA All-Star Game is the season’s highest-rated telecast, beating out ESPN and ABC’s Mavericks-Lakers Christmas Day game (3.0). It is second only to the game in terms of viewership. It also beats out the hours-delayed Daytona 500 last month (4.83M) and the final round of last year’s November Masters as the most-watched non-football sportscast since the Mavericks-Lakers game (7.01M) (5.59M).
Under the conditions, even worse results could have been predicted. There was no lead-up to the game on Friday or Saturday, so there was no usual build-up. It was a spur-of-the-moment — and contentious — addition to the schedule, pitting star players against one another. Finally, it aired on CBS alongside a much-hyped celebrity interview that attracted a Sunday Night Football-like audience (17.8M).