There’s a lot to watch at the Staples Center on Sunday afternoon: a showdown between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers.
The stakes are high: the Warriors will attempt to make history as the best team in NBA history, while the Lakers will be chasing a championship for the first time since 1997.
The game will be shown live on BBC ONE.
BBC One’s sports channel is the home to some of the most popular sports on television, including football, cricket, cricketing, boxing and football.
The BBC One Sports website will be live-streaming the game from 9.30am on Sunday, with all of the highlights and scores available to watch on demand on BBC Sport.
On a day when the NBA is trying to revive the NBA 2K franchise, this will be the first of many games to come in the series that will see the brand’s new games, including NBA Live 17, available for free.
There’s also a chance the game will come with a special bonus package.
“The first thing you notice about this game is that it’s going to be packed full of people and it’s really going to give the fans a good experience,” said Michael Hickey, BBC Sport’s director of game content.
“We’ve got a few extra games to work out the balance between fans, fans wanting to watch these games live, and we also have the opportunity to make some really interesting games for the fans who are watching the games live.”
The two teams will square off for the second time this season, with the Warriors hosting the Lakers in Oakland on December 11.