NBA Goes 3-D With ESPN 3D's Coverage of Heat vs. Knicks Tonight
The network currently plans to offer 3-D hoops on a somewhat regular basis (typically with one game broadcast per week), and ESPN's official site now provides the specific schedule. That site also lists the requirements consumers need to receive the channel, including hardware and carrier information. To watch, you'll of course need a 3-D television, as well as a DirecTV, Comcast or AT&T subscription (Time Warner customers are out of luck). ESPN's growing 3-D lineup should definitely appeal to sports fan, particularly the NBA followers, but -- given the stagnating (or nonexistent) interest in home 3-D technology -- will anyone actually watch?