"NBA Inside Stuff" presented by Samsung Galaxy Features New Orleans Pelicans' Anthony Davis and New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony, Saturday, Nov. 23, at Noon ET on NBA TV
"Counting Stars" from OneRepublic's Latest Album Native to be Featured During Jam Session
NBA Inside Stuff presented by Samsung Galaxy with co-hosts Grant Hill and Kristen Ledlow returns Saturday, Nov. 23, on NBA TV at noon ET with a new episode featuring the New Orleans Pelicans' Anthony Davis and New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony. This week's show will include an interview with Davis, conducted by NBA TV analyst Brent Barry, in which the second-year breakout player shows Brent around the practice facility and shares insight on his emerging low-post game. The episode will also feature a segment with Anthony as the six-time NBA All-Star hosts a school supply giveaway for local teachers and students in New York City.
Additionally, this week's telecast will offer a "Quick Take" with Washington Wizards guard John Wall, with the former No. 1 overall draft pick talking about life on and off the court, and San Antonio Spurs shooting guard Danny Green - who set an NBA Finals record for three pointers made last June - sharing his passion for his pet boa constrictors, Jade and Lightning.
This week's Jam Session will feature the track "Counting Stars" from OneRepublic's third studio album Native. The album, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 100 chart earlier this year, also includes "If I Lose Myself" and "Feel Again." The Grammy-nominated group has seen three singles - "All The Right Moves," "Secrets," and "Good Life" - top the radio charts since their debut release in 2007. Jam Session and Rewind are two of the show's most celebrated segments highlighting the top plays in the NBA each week.
Following a Saturday, Nov. 30 re-airing at 12 p.m., NBA Inside Stuff will return with an all-new episode on Saturday, Dec. 7. The show, generally televised each Saturday at noon throughout the season, will include several special editions airing at select times during the year. NBA Inside Stuff also includes brand extensions across the entire NBA Digital portfolio and social media integration across all platforms.
Known for its trademark off-the-court features with NBA players, NBA Inside Stuff originally aired from 1990-2005, providing fans with a unique perspective of the game. The trailblazing weekly magazine show was hosted by Emmy Award winner Ahmad Rashad and included a variety of co-hosts through the years, including Julie Moran, Willow Bay, and Summer Sanders.
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