How San Antonio Spurs fans can watch the 2023 NBA Draft

2022 NBA Draft
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The 2023 NBA Draft is right around the corner, and that means the San Antonio Spurs will soon select Victor Wembanyama with the first overall pick and make him the face of their franchise. Although this annual extravaganza may not hold much weight for some teams, this will be a historic night for Gregg Popovich and the front office.

Every Spurs fan will want to tune in as all seven feet and five inches of Wembanyama strides across the stage at Barclays Center to shake hands and pose for pictures with Commissioner Adam Silver. Thankfully, there will be numerous options for anyone who wants to witness all the highly anticipated action unfold live later this month.

When is the 2023 NBA Draft?

The 2023 NBA Draft is on June 22 at 7:00 p.m. CT inside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Aside from when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the NBA to host a virtual rendition of this event in 2020 to adhere to social distancing guidelines, this venue has hosted every NBA Draft since 2013.

What channel is the 2023 NBA Draft on?

You can catch the first round of the 2023 NBA Draft on ABC. Fans can tune into both rounds on ESPN. Their coverage usually starts hours before the event kicks off, with Big Boards, prospect breakdowns, and predictions.

How can you stream the 2023 NBA Draft?

You can stream the 2023 NBA Draft with DIRECTV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and FuboTV. Youtube TV and FuboTV each offer a free trial for new subscribers that fans can cancel directly after the draft ends.

Are there in-person events for the 2023 NBA Draft?

Spurs fans can book a flight to Brooklyn and shell out more cash for nosebleed seats to attend the 2023 NBA Draft in person. Or they can save their money and come to the free watch party at the AT&T Center. For more details, click here.

What picks do the Spurs have in the 2023 NBA Draft?

The San Antonio Spurs are the proud owners of the number one overall pick after winning the NBA Draft Lottery on May 16. San Antonio also has a pair of second-round selections in the 33rd and 44th overall picks.

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