ESPN is broadcasting its first NBA game in 3D tonight when the Miami Heat visit the New York Knicks.
ESPN 3D has carriage agreements with AT&T U-Verse, Comcast, DirecTV and Time Warner Cable and is available to about 62.5 million households.
It’s not the first 3D broadcast for the NBA, which broadcast NBA All-Star Saturday Night in Las Vegas in 2007 and in Phoenix in 2009 in 3D.
ESPN 3D is also broadcasting more upcoming NBA games, including the Christmas Day matchup between the Chicago Bulls and Knicks. Check out ESPN’s full 3D schedule here.