ESPN has announced that it will stream the 2016 ESPN Classic on Thursday, July 17 at 9 p.m.
ET, beginning with a two-hour broadcast on ESPN2 with Paul LEVSQUE.
The show will feature a live pregame show, a roundtable conversation with the host of ESPN2’s All-Star Game, and more.
The All-Stars will be featured on ESPN’s broadcast network, ESPN2, and will also be available on ESPNU and WatchESPN.
The broadcast will also feature exclusive interviews with NBA All-stars, NFL All-Pros, and NHL All-Bets.
The live stream of the event will be available in full on ESPN SportsCenter on Thursday.
The ESPN Classic, which kicks off with the All- Star Game, is the premier showcase for college basketball and the nation’s top players.
In addition to the All Stars, it will feature the National Hockey League’s Sidney Crosby, the National Basketball Association’s Corey Perry, and the National Football League’s Brandon Marshall.
ESPN’s college basketball coverage begins with the NCAA Men’s Final Four on March 10 and concludes on March 18 with the ACC Men’s Basketball Championship on March 19.
The event is produced by ESPN, ESPN Classic and ESPN2 and is supported by the John & Mary’s Foundation.