NFL Network, the league’s online home, has announced that the league will simulcast the 2017 NBA season, a move that fans are already anxiously awaiting.
The NFL Network will stream all regular season games through Sunday, Feb. 27.
It will also offer up “All-Access,” which will feature in-depth content and exclusive interviews with the league leaders, including Hall of Famers, Hall of Fame players and coaches.
The network also has plans to provide in-season content.
On Wednesday, NFL Network also announced that it is adding a special “NFL Live” show for Thursday Night Football, which will air during the Super Bowl.
The network’s announcement comes just a week after ESPN and NFL Network announced a joint deal to stream “Monday Night Football” on Monday through March 7.
The deal includes access to all Super Bowl-level games and a special segment that will air in-studio, with the ability to watch online.
ESPN will be airing the special at 10 p.m.
ET, with an extended preview starting at 11 p.n. ET.