2023–24 NBA season

Sports season
  • October 24, 2023 – April 14, 2024
  • November 3 – December 9, 2023
    (in-season tournament)
  • April 16–19, 2024
    (play-in tournament)
  • April 20 – May 30, 2024 (playoffs)
  • June 6–17, 2024 (finals)
Number of games82Number of teams30TV partner(s)ABC, TNT, ESPN, NBA TVStreaming partner(s)ESPN+, MaxDraftTop draft pickVictor WembanyamaPicked bySan Antonio SpursRegular seasonTop seedBoston CelticsSeason MVPNikola Jokić (Denver Nuggets)Top scorerLuka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks)PlayoffsEastern championsBoston Celtics  Eastern runners-upIndiana PacersWestern championsDallas Mavericks  Western runners-upMinnesota TimberwolvesFinalsChampionsBoston Celtics  Runners-upDallas MavericksFinals MVPJaylen Brown (Boston) NBA seasons

The 2023–24 NBA season was the 78th season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The regular season began on October 24, 2023, and ended on April 14, 2024.[1] The NBA held their first-ever in-season tournament from November 3 to December 9, with the Los Angeles Lakers winning the championship against the Indiana Pacers. The 2024 NBA All-Star Game was played on February 18, 2024, at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.[2] The play-in tournament took place from April 16–19, and the 2024 NBA playoffs began on April 20. The NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics and Dallas Mavericks started on June 6, with the Celtics winning the championship on June 17, for an NBA record 18th title.

Transactions

Retirement

Draft

The 2023 NBA draft took place on June 22, 2023, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Free agency

Free agency negotiations began on June 30, 2023, at 6 p.m. ET. Players officially signed after the July moratorium on July 6 at 12 p.m. ET.

Coaching changes

Coaching changes
Team 2022–23 season 2023–24 season
Off-season
Detroit Pistons Dwane Casey Monty Williams
Houston Rockets Stephen Silas Ime Udoka
Milwaukee Bucks Mike Budenholzer Adrian Griffin
Philadelphia 76ers Doc Rivers Nick Nurse
Phoenix Suns Monty Williams Frank Vogel
Toronto Raptors Nick Nurse Darko Rajaković
In-season
Brooklyn Nets Jacque Vaughn Kevin Ollie (interim)
Milwaukee Bucks Adrian Griffin Joe Prunty (interim)
Doc Rivers
Washington Wizards Wes Unseld Jr. Brian Keefe (interim)

Off-season

In-season

Preseason

The NBA often hosts preseason games in non-NBA markets.

Date Teams Arena Location Reference
October 8 Sacramento Kings vs. Toronto Raptors Rogers Arena Vancouver, British Columbia [37]
October 8 Utah Jazz vs. Los Angeles Clippers Stan Sheriff Center Honolulu, Hawaii [38]
October 9 Brooklyn Nets vs. Los Angeles Lakers T-Mobile Arena Paradise, Nevada [39]
October 10 Utah Jazz vs. Los Angeles Clippers Climate Pledge Arena Seattle, Washington [40]
October 12 Detroit Pistons vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Bell Centre Montréal, Quebec [37]
October 12 Houston Rockets vs. New Orleans Pelicans Legacy Arena Birmingham, Alabama [41]
October 19 Detroit Pistons vs. Oklahoma City Thunder BOK Center Tulsa, Oklahoma [42]
October 19 Phoenix Suns vs. Los Angeles Lakers Acrisure Arena Thousand Palms, California [43]

International games

Date Teams Arena Location Reference
October 5 Dallas Mavericks vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Etihad Arena Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates [44]
October 7 Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Dallas Mavericks [44]
October 10 Dallas Mavericks vs. Real Madrid WiZink Center Madrid, Spain [45]

Regular season

The majority of the regular season was released on August 17, with those games counting as part of the in-season tournament announced two days earlier on August 15. The two games that were dependent on the results of the in-season tournament were announced at a later date (see details below).[46][47]

The Spurs played two alternate-site games at the Moody Center at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas in March.

International games

Date Teams Arena Location Reference
NBA Mexico City Game 2023
November 9 Orlando Magic vs. Atlanta Hawks Mexico City Arena Mexico City, Mexico [48]
NBA Paris Game 2024
January 11 Brooklyn Nets vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Accor Arena Paris, France [49]

In-season tournament

The NBA introduced the new NBA In-Season Tournament for the 2023–24 season, with all games except the championship final counting towards the regular-season standings. It was modeled after the WNBA Commissioner's Cup and in-season multi-stage competitions held in European soccer. The tournament was structured as follows:[50][51][52]

  • Six intraconference pools of five.
  • Tuesdays and Fridays during November featured group games against each of the other teams in their pool (two at home and two on the road). These games still counted as regular season games.
  • The winners of each pool and two wild-card teams advanced to a single-elimination tournament.
  • The semifinals and championship game were played in Las Vegas.
  • Players for the tournament champion each received $500,000.
  • To compensate, the NBA's regular season scheduling formula was modified so only 80 games for each team were initially announced during the offseason. The first two rounds of the in-season tournament would then count as regular-season games 81 and 82. The championship game would then be an extra 83rd game that would not count toward the regular season. Teams that did not qualify for the in-season tournament knockout round, or were eliminated in the quarterfinals, were then scheduled additional games against each other that were eliminated in the same conference (if possible) and rounded to reach 82 games.

The schedule for the in-season tournament was released on August 15, 2023, two days before much of the regular season schedule was released.[47] The semi-finals and championship game were hosted in the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. On December 9, 2023, the Los Angeles Lakers went undefeated in the tournament to win the inaugural NBA Cup title by beating the Indiana Pacers in the championship game. LeBron James won the inaugural Tournament MVP award.[53]

Standings

Eastern Conference
Atlantic DivisionWLPCTGBHomeRoadDivGP
zBoston Celtics6418.78037‍–‍427‍–‍1415‍–‍282
xNew York Knicks5032.61014.027‍–‍1423‍–‍1812‍–‍582
xPhiladelphia 76ers4735.57317.025‍–‍1622‍–‍198‍–‍882
Brooklyn Nets3250.39032.020‍–‍2112‍–‍295‍–‍1182
Toronto Raptors2557.30539.014‍–‍2711‍–‍301‍–‍1582
Central DivisionWLPCTGBHomeRoadDivGP
yMilwaukee Bucks4933.59831‍–‍1118‍–‍2210‍–‍782
xCleveland Cavaliers4834.5851.026‍–‍1522‍–‍1911‍–‍582
xIndiana Pacers4735.5732.026‍–‍1521‍–‍2011‍–‍682
piChicago Bulls3943.47610.020‍–‍2119‍–‍227‍–‍982
Detroit Pistons1468.17135.07‍–‍337‍–‍352‍–‍1482
Southeast DivisionWLPCTGBHomeRoadDivGP
yOrlando Magic4735.57329‍–‍1218‍–‍239‍–‍782
xMiami Heat4636.5611.022‍–‍1924‍–‍1713‍–‍382
piAtlanta Hawks3646.43911.021‍–‍2015‍–‍268‍–‍882
Charlotte Hornets2161.25626.011‍–‍3010‍–‍316‍–‍1082
Washington Wizards1567.18332.07‍–‍348‍–‍334‍–‍1282
Western Conference
Northwest DivisionWLPCTGBHomeRoadDivGP
cOklahoma City Thunder5725.69533‍–‍824‍–‍1712‍–‍482
xDenver Nuggets5725.69533‍–‍824‍–‍1710‍–‍682
xMinnesota Timberwolves5626.6831.030‍–‍1126‍–‍1512‍–‍482
Utah Jazz3151.37826.021‍–‍2010‍–‍315‍–‍1182
Portland Trail Blazers2161.25636.011‍–‍3010‍–‍311‍–‍1582
Pacific DivisionWLPCTGBHomeRoadDivGP
yLos Angeles Clippers5131.62225‍–‍1626‍–‍159‍–‍782
xPhoenix Suns4933.5982.025‍–‍1624‍–‍179‍–‍982
xLos Angeles Lakers4735.5734.028‍–‍1419‍–‍217‍–‍1082
piSacramento Kings4636.5615.024‍–‍1722‍–‍1910‍–‍782
piGolden State Warriors4636.5615.021‍–‍2025‍–‍167‍–‍982
Southwest DivisionWLPCTGBHomeRoadDivGP
yDallas Mavericks5032.61025‍–‍1625‍–‍1611‍–‍582
xNew Orleans Pelicans4933.5981.021‍–‍1928‍–‍149‍–‍782
Houston Rockets4141.5009.027‍–‍1414‍–‍279‍–‍782
Memphis Grizzlies2755.32923.09‍–‍3218‍–‍238‍–‍882
San Antonio Spurs2260.26828.012‍–‍2910‍–‍313‍–‍1382

By conference

Eastern Conference
#TeamWLPCTGBGP
1zBoston Celtics *6418.78082
2xNew York Knicks5032.61014.082
3yMilwaukee Bucks *4933.59815.082
4xCleveland Cavaliers4834.58516.082
5yOrlando Magic *4735.57317.082
6xIndiana Pacers4735.57317.082
7xPhiladelphia 76ers4735.57317.082
8xMiami Heat4636.56118.082
9piChicago Bulls3943.47625.082
10piAtlanta Hawks3646.43928.082
11Brooklyn Nets3250.39032.082
12Toronto Raptors2557.30539.082
13Charlotte Hornets2161.25643.082
14Washington Wizards1567.18349.082
15Detroit Pistons1468.17150.082
Western Conference
#TeamWLPCTGBGP
1cOklahoma City Thunder *5725.69582
2xDenver Nuggets5725.69582
3xMinnesota Timberwolves5626.6831.082
4yLos Angeles Clippers *5131.6226.082
5yDallas Mavericks *5032.6107.082
6xPhoenix Suns4933.5988.082
7xNew Orleans Pelicans4933.5988.082
8xLos Angeles Lakers4735.57310.082
9piSacramento Kings4636.56111.082
10piGolden State Warriors4636.56111.082
11Houston Rockets4141.50016.082
12Utah Jazz3151.37826.082
13Memphis Grizzlies2755.32930.082
14San Antonio Spurs2260.26835.082
15Portland Trail Blazers2161.25636.082

Notes

  • z – Clinched home court advantage for the entire playoffs
  • c – Clinched home court advantage for the conference playoffs
  • y – Clinched division title
  • x – Clinched playoff spot
  • p – Clinched at least a play-in tournament spot but may still clinch playoff spot
  • pi – Clinched play-in tournament spot
  • * – Division leader

Play-in tournament

Only the top six seeds in each conference advanced to the main rounds of the 2024 NBA playoffs, while the next four seeds participated in a Page playoff system tournament from April 16–19, 2024. In each conference the 7th-place team hosted the 8th-place team in the double-chance round needing to win one game to advance, with the winner clinching the 7th seed in the playoffs. The 9th-place team hosted the 10th-place team in the elimination round requiring two wins to advance, with the loser being eliminated from the contention. The loser in the double-chance round hosted the elimination-round game-winner, with the winner clinching the 8th seed and the loser being eliminated.[54]

Eastern Conference

Play-in gamesNo. 8 seed gameFinal seeds
7Philadelphia1057PhiladelphiaNo. 7 seed
8Miami1048MiamiNo. 8 seed
8Miami112
9Chicago91
9Chicago131
10Atlanta116

Bold Game winner
Italic Team with home-court advantage


Western Conference

Play-in gamesNo. 8 seed gameFinal seeds
7New Orleans1068LA LakersNo. 7 seed
8LA Lakers1107New OrleansNo. 8 seed
7New Orleans105
9Sacramento98
9Sacramento118
10Golden State94

Bold Game winner
Italic Team with home-court advantage


Playoffs

The playoffs began on April 20, 2024.

Bracket

First round Conference semifinals Conference finals NBA Finals
            
E1 Boston* 4
E8 Miami 1
E1 Boston* 4
E4 Cleveland 1
E4 Cleveland 4
E5 Orlando* 3
E1 Boston* 4
Eastern Conference
E6 Indiana 0
E3 Milwaukee* 2
E6 Indiana 4
E6 Indiana 4
E2 New York 3
E2 New York 4
E7 Philadelphia 2
E1 Boston* 4
W5 Dallas* 1
W1 Oklahoma City* 4
W8 New Orleans 0
W1 Oklahoma City* 2
W5 Dallas* 4
W4 LA Clippers* 2
W5 Dallas* 4
W5 Dallas* 4
Western Conference
W3 Minnesota 1
W3 Minnesota 4
W6 Phoenix 0
W3 Minnesota 4
W2 Denver 3
W2 Denver 4
W7 LA Lakers 1

* Division winner

Statistics

Individual statistic leaders

Category Player Team(s) Statistic
Points per game Luka Dončić Dallas Mavericks 33.9
Rebounds per game Domantas Sabonis Sacramento Kings 13.7
Assists per game Tyrese Haliburton Indiana Pacers 10.9
Steals per game De'Aaron Fox Sacramento Kings 2.0
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Oklahoma City Thunder
Blocks per game Victor Wembanyama San Antonio Spurs 3.6
Turnovers per game Trae Young Atlanta Hawks 4.4
Fouls per game Jaren Jackson Jr. Memphis Grizzlies 3.6
Minutes per game DeMar DeRozan Chicago Bulls 37.8
FG% Daniel Gafford Washington/Dallas 72.5
FT% Klay Thompson Golden State Warriors 92.7
3P% Grayson Allen Phoenix Suns 46.1
Efficiency per game Nikola Jokić Denver Nuggets 38.5
Double-doubles Domantas Sabonis Sacramento Kings 77
Triple-doubles Domantas Sabonis Sacramento Kings 26

Individual game highs

Category Player Team Statistic
Points Luka Dončić Dallas Mavericks 73
Rebounds Jusuf Nurkić Phoenix Suns 31
Assists Tyrese Haliburton Indiana Pacers 23
Steals Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Oklahoma City Thunder 7
Herbert Jones New Orleans Pelicans
Anthony Davis Los Angeles Lakers
Tre Mann Charlotte Hornets
Blocks Victor Wembanyama San Antonio Spurs 10
Three-pointers Keegan Murray Sacramento Kings 12

Team statistic leaders

Category Team Statistic
Points per game Indiana Pacers 123.3
Rebounds per game Golden State Warriors 46.7
Assists per game Indiana Pacers 30.8
Steals per game Oklahoma City Thunder 8.5
Philadelphia 76ers
Blocks per game Boston Celtics 6.6
Oklahoma City Thunder
Turnovers per game Utah Jazz 15.7
Fouls per game Indiana Pacers 21.4
FG% Indiana Pacers 50.7
FT% Utah Jazz 83.0
3P% Oklahoma City Thunder 38.9
+/− Boston Celtics +11.3

Awards

Yearly awards

2023–24 NBA awards
Award Recipient(s) Finalists[55]
Most Valuable Player Nikola Jokić (Denver Nuggets)[56] Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Oklahoma City Thunder)
Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks)
Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert (Minnesota Timberwolves)[57] Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat)
Victor Wembanyama (San Antonio Spurs)
Rookie of the Year Victor Wembanyama (San Antonio Spurs)[58] Chet Holmgren (Oklahoma City Thunder)
Brandon Miller (Charlotte Hornets)
Sixth Man of the Year Naz Reid (Minnesota Timberwolves)[59] Malik Monk (Sacramento Kings)
Bobby Portis (Milwaukee Bucks)
Most Improved Player Tyrese Maxey (Philadelphia 76ers)[60] Alperen Şengün (Houston Rockets)
Coby White (Chicago Bulls)
Clutch Player of the Year Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors)[61] DeMar DeRozan (Chicago Bulls)
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Oklahoma City Thunder)
Coach of the Year Mark Daigneault (Oklahoma City Thunder)[62] Chris Finch (Minnesota Timberwolves)
Jamahl Mosley (Orlando Magic)
Executive of the Year Brad Stevens (Boston Celtics)[63]
NBA Sportsmanship Award Tyrese Maxey (Philadelphia 76ers)[64]
Twyman–Stokes Teammate of the Year Award Mike Conley (Minnesota Timberwolves)[65]
Community Assist Award
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion Award Karl-Anthony Towns (Minnesota Timberwolves)[66] Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat)
CJ McCollum (New Orleans Pelicans)
Lindy Waters III (Oklahoma City Thunder)
Russell Westbrook (Los Angeles Clippers)
NBA Hustle Award Alex Caruso (Chicago Bulls)[67]

Players of the Week

The following players were named the Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week.

Week Eastern Conference Western Conference Ref
October 24–29 Tyrese Maxey (Philadelphia 76ers) (1/1) Nikola Jokić (Denver Nuggets) (1/2) [71]
October 30 – November 5 Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics) (1/1) Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors) (1/1) [72]
November 6–12 Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers) (1/3) Anthony Edwards (Minnesota Timberwolves) (1/1) [73]
November 13–19 Jalen Brunson (New York Knicks) (1/4) De'Aaron Fox (Sacramento Kings) (1/2) [74]
November 20–26 Paolo Banchero (Orlando Magic) (1/1) Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns) (1/2) [75]
November 27 – December 3 Julius Randle (New York Knicks) (1/1) De'Aaron Fox (Sacramento Kings) (2/2) [76]
December 11–17 Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (1/2) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (1/4) [77]
December 18–24 Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers) (2/3) Ja Morant (Memphis Grizzlies) (1/1) [78]
December 25–31 Tyrese Haliburton (Indiana Pacers) (1/1) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Oklahoma City Thunder) (1/1) [79]
January 1–7 Jalen Brunson (New York Knicks) (2/4) Alperen Şengün (Houston Rockets) (1/1) [80]
January 8–14 Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat) (1/1) Lauri Markkanen (Utah Jazz) (1/1) [81]
January 15–21 Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers) (3/3) Kevin Durant (Phoenix Suns) (1/1) [82]
January 22–28 Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (2/2) Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns) (2/2) [83]
January 29 – February 4 Trae Young (Atlanta Hawks) (1/1) Kawhi Leonard (Los Angeles Clippers) (1/1) [84]
February 5–11 Donovan Mitchell (Cleveland Cavaliers) (1/1) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (2/4) [85]
February 26 – March 3 Jaylen Brown (Boston Celtics) (1/1) LeBron James (Los Angeles Lakers) (1/1) [86]
March 4–10 DeMar DeRozan (Chicago Bulls) (1/1) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (3/4) [87]
March 11–17 Jalen Brunson (New York Knicks) (3/4) Jalen Green (Houston Rockets) (1/1) [88]
March 18–24 Derrick White (Boston Celtics) (1/1) Anthony Davis (Los Angeles Lakers) (1/1) [89]
March 25–31 Dejounte Murray (Atlanta Hawks) (1/1) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (4/4) [90]
April 1–7 Kristaps Porziņģis (Boston Celtics) (1/1) Kyrie Irving (Dallas Mavericks) (1/1) [91]
April 8–14 Jalen Brunson (New York Knicks) (4/4) Nikola Jokić (Denver Nuggets) (2/2) [92]

Players of the Month

The following players were named the Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Month.

Month Eastern Conference Western Conference Ref
October/November Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics) (1/2) Nikola Jokić (Denver Nuggets) (1/1) [93]
December Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (1/1) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Oklahoma City Thunder) (1/1) [94]
January Donovan Mitchell (Cleveland Cavaliers) (1/1) Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns) (1/1) [95]
February Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics) (2/2) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (1/2) [96]
March Jalen Brunson (New York Knicks) (1/1) Luka Dončić (Dallas Mavericks) (2/2) [97]

Rookies of the Month

The following players were named the Eastern and Western Conference Rookies of the Month.

Month Eastern Conference Western Conference Ref
October/November Jaime Jaquez Jr. (Miami Heat) (1/2) Chet Holmgren (Oklahoma City Thunder) (1/2) [93]
December Jaime Jaquez Jr. (Miami Heat) (2/2) Chet Holmgren (Oklahoma City Thunder) (2/2) [94]
January Brandon Miller (Charlotte Hornets) (1/3) Victor Wembanyama (San Antonio Spurs) (1/3) [95]
February Brandon Miller (Charlotte Hornets) (2/3) Victor Wembanyama (San Antonio Spurs) (2/3) [96]
March Brandon Miller (Charlotte Hornets) (3/3) Victor Wembanyama (San Antonio Spurs) (3/3) [97]

Coaches of the Month

The following coaches were named the Eastern and Western Conference Coaches of the Month.

Month Eastern Conference Western Conference Ref
October/November Jamahl Mosley (Orlando Magic) (1/1) Chris Finch (Minnesota Timberwolves) (1/1) [93]
December Joe Mazzulla (Boston Celtics) (1/2) Tyronn Lue (Los Angeles Clippers) (1/2) [94]
January Tom Thibodeau (New York Knicks) (1/1) Tyronn Lue (Los Angeles Clippers) (2/2) [95]
February Erik Spoelstra (Miami Heat) (1/1) Steve Kerr (Golden State Warriors) (1/1) [96]
March Joe Mazzulla (Boston Celtics) (2/2) Ime Udoka (Houston Rockets) (1/1) [97]

Arenas

Media

National

Linear television

This is the eighth year of a nine-year deal with ABC, ESPN, TNT and NBA TV.[103] ESPN has Wednesday and Friday night games during most of the regular season, along with selected Sunday games from February to April, and a Monday night doubleheader on March 18.[104] TNT has Tuesday games, and Thursday games during opening week and again from January to April.[105] NBA TV televises games primarily on Mondays all season, Saturday and Sunday nights for most of the season, Thursdays during the first half of the season, Fridays during the second half of the season, and any other time when the other national broadcasters are not airing games.[106] ABC's schedule includes NBA Saturday Primetime games on selected Saturdays between December and March (including a tripleheader on January 27), and NBA Sunday Showcase games on four selected Sunday afternoons in February and March.[104] On October 2, 2023, it was announced that five January games originally scheduled as part of ESPN's Wednesday doubleheaders would instead air on ABC.[107]

This season, ESPN and TNT began featuring simulcasts or alternative broadcasts of selected games on ESPN2 and TruTV, respectively.[108][109]

For the NBA in-season tournament, TNT and ESPN aired selected group stage games as part of their regular Tuesday and Friday coverage, respectively. NBA TV had two on Friday, November 24.[110] During the knockout stage, TNT aired all four quarterfinals on December 4 and 5. For the semifinals on December 7, ESPN televised the early game and TNT will have the late game. The championship game on Saturday, December 9 was on ABC.[111] During these weeks, ESPN and NBA TV will continue to air other regular season games on Wednesdays and other days, including ESPN's coverage of consolation games on December 6 and December 8.[104][112]

Five Christmas Day games are scheduled for this season. With Christmas Day falling on a Monday in 2023, the NFL also scheduled a Monday Night Football on that day. Because ABC/ESPN holds the broadcast rights to both NBA Christmas games and Monday Night Football, it was decided that ESPN will again air all five NBA games, but ABC will only simulcast two of them in favor of exclusively airing the Monday Night Football game. This would mark the first time since 2016 that ABC televised fewer than three NBA Christmas games.[104]

Four Martin Luther King Jr. Day games were televised nationally, with TNT and NBA TV airing two apiece.[46][105][106]

For the second consecutive season, the league held NBA Rivals Week from January 23 to 27, 2024, with each nationally televised game featuring "classic and budding rivalries between teams and players".[46]

On the final day of the regular season, Sunday, April 14, two games with playoff implications were flexed into ESPN's afternoon doubleheader.[46][104]

Streaming

This is the first regular season that the streaming service Max will have live access to TNT's games on its Bleacher Report Sports Add-on tier.[113]

NBA League Pass continues to offer out-of-market games, live access to NBA TV, and on-demand replays of every game.

Local

The Washington Wizards' broadcaster became Monumental Sports Network prior to the start of the season. In September 2022, Monumental Sports & Entertainment bought out NBCUniversal's ownership stake in what was then its regional network brand, NBC Sports Washington.[114][115]

Diamond Sports Group bankruptcy

The 16 NBA teams who had deals with the Bally Sports regional sports networks may be affected by its operator Diamond Sports Group's March 14, 2023, decision to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Diamond had initially sought to continue broadcasting regional games while it plans to separate from majority parent Sinclair Broadcast Group as part of the reorganization.[116]

On April 20, 2023, the Phoenix Suns signed a five-year agreement with Gray Television to replace Bally Sports Arizona as their broadcaster. Most Suns games would then be carried on broadcast television by Gray's KTVK, KPHO-TV, or KPHE-LD in Phoenix (as well as Tucson sister station KOLD-DT5, a new Gray station in Flagstaff, KAZF, and a new Gray station in Yuma, KAZS, with the latter two launching before the season starts). The Suns will also operate an over-the-top subscription service called "Suns Live", which is created by Kiswe.[117][118][119] After the announcement, Diamond accused the team of breaching its contract and bankruptcy law, stating that the team was making an "improper effort" to "change their broadcasting partner without permitting Diamond to exercise our contractual rights." In response, Phoenix Suns CEO Josh Bartelstein stated that "Diamond's position is totally inaccurate. We are moving forward with this deal and could not be more excited about what it means for our fans and our future."[117][118][120] On May 10, 2023, the bankruptcy judge voided the Suns contract with Gray, ruling that the Suns violated Bally Sports Arizona's contractual right of first refusal. He ordered the parties into arbitration.[121] On July 14, 2023, the deal became official when Diamond declined to match Gray's contract offer, going forward with the intended plan of theirs, only removing KPHO-TV from the initial list that included KTVK and KPHE.[122] With Bally Sports later losing airing rights to the Arizona Diamondbacks to the MLB itself and the NHL's Arizona Coyotes to Scripps Sports, Bally Sports Arizona ended up shutting down services on October 21, 2023.

On October 1, 2023, Diamond Sports missed a payment to the Orlando Magic. However, on November 6, 2023, Diamond Sports and the NBA reached a one-year agreement that will result in the contracts for teams airing on Diamond expiring after the 2023–24 NBA season, but result in the Magic being paid in the process. Across the board, all NBA teams airing on Diamond Sports will receive a 16% reduction in the money they receive, but teams will now be able to exclusively sell 10 games of their choosing to local over-the-air stations.[123][124] However, on January 17, 2024, Diamond Sports announced a restructuring agreement after receiving a $115 million investment from Amazon. The restructuring agreement supersedes the prior agreement with the NBA, so rights for the NBA will no longer expire following the 2023–24 season.[125]

The following teams reached agreements to sell games to over-the-air stations:

Team Station(s) Source(s)
Cavaliers
(5 games)
[126]
Pistons
(5 games)
[127]
Bucks
(10 games)
[128][129]
Hawks
(10 games)
[130]
Thunder
(8 games)
[131]
Mavericks
(10 games)
[132][133][134][135]
Pelicans
(10 games)
[136]

AT&T SportsNet closure

In February 2023, Warner Bros. Discovery announced it was winding down its AT&T SportsNet regional sports network business, affecting the Houston Rockets and the Utah Jazz's broadcasters, AT&T SportsNet Southwest and AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain, respectively. The Portland Trail Blazers' deal with Root Sports Northwest is not affected because Warner Bros. Discovery only has minority control of that network.[137][138]

On June 20, 2023, the Jazz reached an agreement with Sinclair Broadcast Group owned stations KJZZ-TV and KUTV to become its new television home. Jazz owner Ryan Smith will start a new in-house production division, SEG Media, to produce the telecasts. While all games will air on KJZZ, Sinclair retains the right to carry select telecasts on KUTV, and KUTV will maintain an "official station" relationship with the team, allowing more coverage of the Jazz and its players. The deal will also include a streaming service, which will not involve KJZZ-TV.[139] AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain later rebranded itself to just SportsNet Rocky Mountain before shutting down services on October 21, 2023.

The Houston Rockets and the MLB's Houston Astros took over ownership of AT&T SportsNet Southwest, rebranding it as Space City Home Network on October 3, 2023.[140]

Personnel

As part of a wave of layoffs, ESPN released analysts Mark Jackson and Jeff Van Gundy, and replaced them with Doris Burke and Doc Rivers on the lead announce team with Mike Breen.[141] Doc Rivers left ESPN after he became the Bucks head coach in January 2024.[34]

Boston Celtics television announcer Mike Gorman announced his retirement effective after this season.[142] For this season, Gorman is only calling home games, with Drew Carter taking over for preseason and road games. Carter was also announced as Gorman's successor effective next season.[143]

The Brooklyn Nets added Noah Eagle, son of primary television announcer Ian Eagle, to the broadcast team calling select games. The younger Eagle is expected to call around 10 games in lieu of Ian and secondary announcer Ryan Ruocco.[144]

Notable occurrences

  • On July 25, 2023, Jaylen Brown signed a five-year, $304 million contract extension with the Boston Celtics, the largest in league history.[145]
  • On October 25, 2023, Victor Wembanyama scored three three-pointers in his regular-season debut, the most by a Spurs rookie in a single game. He also put up the third-most points in a single quarter for a first overall pick in his debut in the last 25 years.[146]
  • On October 28, 2023, Jalen Duren became the second teenager to post at least 20 points, 15 rebounds and 5 assists in a game.[147]
  • On October 29, 2023, Klay Thompson passed Jamal Crawford for 10th place on the league's all-time three-pointers made list.[148]
  • On October 31, 2023, Kevin Durant passed Hakeem Olajuwon for 12th on the league's all-time scoring list.[149]
  • On November 1, 2023, LeBron James scored 35 points in the Los Angeles Lakers' 130–125 overtime victory against the Los Angeles Clippers. His performance marked his 81st 30-point game since turning 35 years old in December 2019, surpassing Karl Malone for the most 30-point games by any player since turning 35 in NBA history.[150]
  • On November 1, 2023, Stephen Curry became the first player in NBA history to score at least one three-pointer in 250 consecutive regular season games.[151]
  • On November 2, 2023, Victor Wembanyama became the third teenager in NBA history to put up at least 35 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks in a game.[152]
  • On November 6, 2023, Nikola Jokić passed LeBron James and Jason Kidd for the 4th place on the NBA all-time triple-double list.[153]
  • For the second consecutive season, the league did not schedule regular season games on Election Day in the United States, which fell on November 7.[46]
  • On November 9, 2023, the Los Angeles Lakers posted the worst point differential (−74) in the 1st quarter over an eight-game span in NBA history.[154]
  • On November 10, 2023, LeBron James (38 years, 315 days) became the youngest player to reach 5,000 turnovers.[155]
  • On November 14, 2023, the Los Angeles Lakers achieved the highest three-point percentage in a game with at least 35 three-point attempts.[156]
  • On November 14, 2023, an altercation occurred during a game between the Golden State Warriors and the Minnesota Timberwolves.[157] As a result of the incident, Draymond Green was suspended for five games.[158] Green was also fined for the same reason, alongside Klay Thompson, Rudy Gobert and Jaden McDaniels.[159][160]
  • On November 15, 2023, LeBron James passed Jason Kidd for 5th on the all-time triple-doubles list.[161] He also passed Jason Terry for 8th in the career three-pointers made list.[162] James also became the second-oldest player to record a triple-double, behind only Karl Malone.[163]
  • On November 18, 2023, Giannis Antetokounmpo became the youngest player in NBA history to record 16,000 points, 7,000 rebounds and 3,000 assists in a career.[164]
  • On November 19, 2023, LeBron James passed Clyde Drexler for the 8th place on the league's all-time steals made list.[165]
  • On November 21, 2023, Kevin Durant passed Elvin Hayes for the 11th place on the NBA's all-time scoring list.[166]
  • On November 21, 2023, LeBron James became the first player to reach 39,000 career points.[167] He also passed Vince Carter for 7th on the league's all-time three-pointers made list.[168]
  • On November 26, 2023, Victor Wembanyama became the first rookie with at least 20 points, 10 rebounds, 6 steals and 4 blocks in a game. He had 22 points, 11 rebounds and 2 assists.[169]
  • On November 27, 2023, LeBron James passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to become the all-time leader in minutes played during the regular season and playoffs combined.[170]
  • On December 1, 2023, Kevin Durant passed Moses Malone for the 10th place in the all-time scoring list.[171]
  • On December 2, 2023, the Dallas Mavericks went on a 30–0 run in a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the longest in NBA history without allowing a basket in the play-by-play era.[172]
  • On December 2, 2023, Luka Dončić became the first player with at least 20 points, 15 rebounds, 16 assists, 2 blocks, 2 steals in a game. He posted 36 points and 18 assists vs the Oklahoma City Thunder.[173]
  • On December 5, 2023, LeBron James became the oldest player to record 30 points, 10 assists and 5 steals in a game.[174]
  • On December 6, 2023, Luka Dončić moved past Larry Bird for the 9th place in the all-time career triple-doubles list. He also posted 29 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in the first half, marking the first 25-point, first-half triple-double in league history.[175]
  • On December 8, 2023, Victor Wembanyama (19 years, 38 days) became the youngest player in NBA history to have at least 20 points and 20 rebounds in a game.[176]
  • On December 11, 2023, Luka Dončić (24 years, 287 days) became the youngest player to reach 1,000 three-point field goals.[177]
  • On December 13, 2023, Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 64 points without making a three-point field goal vs the Indiana Pacers. This marked the most points scored without making a three-point field goal since its introduction in 1979–80.[178]
  • On December 13, 2023, Draymond Green was suspended indefinitely for striking Jusuf Nurkić on the face in a Warriors–Suns game the previous day, which resulted in a type 2 flagrant foul that led to his ejection from the game.[179]
  • On December 14, 2023, Nikola Jokić had his 10th triple-double of the season, becoming the first player ever to have at least 10 triple-doubles in seven consecutive seasons.[180]
  • On December 15, 2023, Jalen Brunson tied the record for most three-point field goals made (9) in a game with no misses vs the Phoenix Suns[181]
  • On December 16, 2023, Duncan Robinson of the Miami Heat on his 305th NBA game, became the fastest NBA player to achieve 900 career made three-point shots, breaking the record previously shared by Luka Dončić and Buddy Hield of 324 games played, in a 118–116 victory against the Chicago Bulls.[182]
  • On December 17, 2023, Stephen Curry's NBA record streak of consecutive games with at least one three-point field goal made ended at 268 games after failing to make a three-pointer against the Portland Trail Blazers.[183] Previously, Curry failed to make a three-pointer in game 5 of the 2022 NBA Finals.
  • On December 17, 2023, Victor Wembanyama set the record for the most consecutive double-doubles by a teenager at 8 games, passing Dwight Howard.[184]
  • On December 19, 2023, Ja Morant set the record for most points (34) by player in return game after missing at least 25 straight games. He achieved this vs the New Orleans Pelicans.[185][186]
  • On December 23, 2023, LeBron James scored the most points (40) in a game in a 21st season or later vs the Oklahoma City Thunder[187]
  • On December 25, 2023, coach Erik Spoelstra of the Miami Heat improved to 9–0 on games played on Christmas Day, the best record in NBA on the holiday, achieving it on a 119–113 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. Miami Heat also achieve the highest winning percentage among active teams at 0.857 (12–2 record) for games played on Christmas Day[188]
  • On December 25, 2023, Jaime Jaquez Jr. became the first NBA rookie to record a 30-point double-double (31 points and 10 rebounds) on Christmas Day after 38 years since Patrick Ewing in 1985. His 31-point night also tied Kyle Kuzma for the seventh-most points scored on Christmas by a rookie in NBA history. The only rookies to score more points on the holiday are Wilt Chamberlain (45), Walt Bellamy (35), LeBron James (34), Bill Cartwright (33), Ewing (32) and Oscar Robertson (32).[189]
  • On December 28, 2023, Nikola Jokić became the first player to record a triple-double without missing a field goal or free throw in two games. He made all 11 field goals and 3 free throws vs. the Memphis Grizzlies.[190][191]
  • On December 28, 2023, Victor Wembanyama became the first player with 30 points and 7 blocks in 30 minutes or less. He played for 24:27 (min/sec) vs the Portland Trail Blazers. He also posted 6 rebounds and 6 assists. He is the only teenager with at least 30 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 blocks in a game.[192]
  • On December 28, 2023, the Detroit Pistons tied the record for the longest losing streak in NBA history with 28, matching the record set by the Philadelphia 76ers over the 2014–15 and 2015–16 seasons.[193]
  • On December 30, 2023, Anthony Davis became the first player with at least 32 points, 17 rebounds, 7 assists, 4 steals and 2 blocks in a game. He had 33 points and 8 assists vs. the Minnesota Timberwolves.[194]
  • On December 30, 2023, Tyrese Haliburton became the third player to have at least 20 points and 20 assists in back-to-back games.[195]
  • On January 1, 2024, Jordan Clarkson became the first Utah Jazz player to record a triple-double in 15 years since Carlos Boozer achieved it on February 13, 2008. Clarkson recorded 20 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds for the first time in his career, in a 127–90 win over the Dallas Mavericks.[196]
  • On January 9, 2024, coach Erik Spoelstra agreed to an eight-year, $120 million contract extension, the most committed money in both NBA and North American coaching history.[197]
  • On January 10, 2024, Victor Wembanyama became the youngest center in NBA history to record a triple-double and the youngest player without any turnovers (at 20 years and 6 days), passing Andre Iguodala, who achieved it at 21 years old in 2005. He recorded his career triple-double with 16 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in 21 minutes of action, making him the second player in NBA history to record it in less than 22 minutes, just 1 minute shy of Russell Westbrook, who did it in 20 minutes' play in 2014. Wembanyama, however, did it in a winning effort, 130–108 against the Detroit Pistons.[198]
  • On January 14, 2024, Damian Lillard of the Milwaukee Bucks scored the game-winning three-pointer in a 143–142 overtime win over the Sacramento Kings.[199] By making this shot, he became the fifth player in NBA history to reach 2,500 career three-pointers.[200]
  • On January 17, 2024, Golden State Warriors assistant coach Dejan Milojević died as a result of a heart attack suffered the previous night while at a team dinner.[201]
  • On January 22, 2024, Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers scored 70 points, 18 rebounds and five assists in a 133–123 win over the San Antonio Spurs. By reaching this mark, he became the ninth player in NBA history to score 70 or more points in a game,[202] as well as the first player in NBA history to register at least 70 points, 15 rebounds and five assists in a game.[203]
  • On that same night of January 22, 2024, Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves scored a career-high 62 points, in a 128–125 loss to the Charlotte Hornets. It was the fourth time in NBA history that two different players scored at least 60 points on the same night,[204][205] and the third time that it specifically had one player score at least 70 and another player score at least 60.[206][207]
  • On January 25, 2024, LeBron James was selected to his 20th NBA All-Star Game, breaking the record he held along with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.[208]
  • On January 26, 2024, Luka Dončić scored 73 points in a game against the Atlanta Hawks, the most points scored in a single game since Kobe Bryant's 81-point performance in 2006.[209]
  • Also on January 26, 2024, Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns scored 62 points (with 29 points scored in the first quarter alone) in a 133–131 loss to the Indiana Pacers.[210] By extension, it was the fifth time in NBA history (and the second time in a week) that two different players scored at least 60 points on the same night,[204][205] and the fourth time that it specifically had one player score at least 70 and another player score at least 60.[206][207]
  • On February 2, 2024, Russell Westbrook became the 25th player to score 25,000 points, and also joined LeBron James as the only players with 25,000 points, 9,000 assists and 8,000 rebounds.[211]
  • On February 14, 2024, Stephen Curry became the first player to make seven or more three-pointers in four consecutive games.[212]
  • On February 25, 2024, Kevin Durant moved past Carmelo Anthony for 9th place on the all-time scoring list.
  • On March 2, 2024, LeBron James became the first player in NBA history to score 40,000 points.[213]
  • On March 3, 2024, the Boston Celtics became the first team in NBA history to have three 50-point wins in one season, with a 140–88 victory over the Golden State Warriors.[214]
  • Also on March 3, 2024, Jusuf Nurkić of the Phoenix Suns tied a 21st-century NBA record (that was held by Kevin Love in 2010) for most rebounds grabbed in a single game with 31 boards in a 118–110 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder.[215]
  • On March 10, 2024, Anthony Davis became the first player in NBA history to record 25-plus points, 25-plus rebounds, 5-plus assists and 5-plus steals in a single game, with 27 points, 25 rebounds, 7 steals and 5 assists against the Minnesota Timberwolves.[216]
  • On March 11, 2024, Daniel Gafford of the Dallas Mavericks set the NBA record for most consecutive made field goals in a row (dating as far back as the 1996–97 NBA season when play-by-play data first started being tracked) with 28 straight made field goals as of that day, with Gafford nearing a record set by Wilt Chamberlain unofficially back in 1967.[217][218] Gafford later added five more made baskets to extend his record to 33 made baskets in a row, but fell short of Chamberlain's unofficial record by two following a missed basket early during their March 14 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
  • On March 17, 2024, Duncan Robinson became the fastest player in NBA history to reach 1,000 3-pointers on his 343rd game, surpassing Buddy Hield's record of 350 games.[219]
  • On March 20, 2024, Kevin Durant moved past Shaquille O'Neal for eighth place on the all-time scoring list.
  • On April 1, 2024, Devin Booker tied a record set by Wilt Chamberlain during the 1961–62 season by being the only players to record three consecutive games of scoring more than 50 points against a single opponent.[220]
  • On April 14, 2024, for the first time in NBA history the top three teams of a conference (the Thunder, Nuggets and Timberwolves of the Western Conference) went into the final game of the season with an identical record (all were on 56-25).[221]

See also

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