Basketball Champions League to broadcast games in U.S.

Turk Telekom standouts, from left, Sam Dekker, Tyler Ennis and Kyle Wiltjer pose for a photo ahead of the 2020-21 season.

The European Basketball Champions League will be broadcast in the United States and Canada by beIN Sports Extra, the league announced.

The Basketball Champions League is scheduled to tip off Tuesday and run through. It features plenty of NBA free agents and former American and Canadian college stars, including Sam Dekker, Tyler Ennis and Kyle Wiltjer of Turk Telekom, as well as reigning BCL MVP Keith Langford, formerly of Kansas.

“The FIBA Basketball Champions League is a haven for American and Canadian athletes, many of whom are former NBA and NCAA players,” said Antonio Briceño, beIN SPORTS managing director for North America. “Adding BCL to beIN SPORTS’ world-class programming lineup is just one more way we are diversifying to offer entertainment that fits the likes of every sports fan.”

For more information on how to watch BCL games and a complete schedule, visit the beIN website.

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