Filed under: Stream NBA NBA announces new $24 billion TV deal with ESPN, Turner Contributors: SBNation.com Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: NBA announces new $24 billion TV deal with ESPN, Turner Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The league's new television deal, which will kick in before the 2016-17 season, is expected to lead to major gains in team valuation and player salaries. 9 Total Updates Since Oct 5, 2014, 7:26pm EDT Follow this stream October 7, 2014 Kobe lashes out at the new TV deal By Mike Prada The Lakers' star doesn't want to hear about players having to sacrifice while owners make bank on the league's $24 billion television contract. October 6, 2014 LeBron says owners can't use money-loss argument By Drew Garrison LeBron James has weighed in on the new NBA TV deal and says the owners won't be able to say they're losing money when it's time to renegotiate the collective bargaining agreement. October 6, 2014 NBA will try to 'smooth out' salary cap increases By Mike Prada The league will try to bargain for a gradual increase of the salary cap over multiple seasons instead of one big jump in the first year of their new $24 billion television deal. October 6, 2014 NBA, ESPN agree on new live streaming package By Ricky O'Donnell ESPN also secured the online streaming rights to live NBA games. October 6, 2014 ESPN to televise D-League, Summer League By Mike Prada This as part of the new TV deal that'll kick in starting in 2016. October 6, 2014 NBA to air awards show in new TV deal By Mike Prada The new awards show will be televised on TNT and will mirror similar arrangements in the NHL and NFL. October 6, 2014 3 consequences of the NBA's enormous TV deal By Tom Ziller Player salaries are going to explode, and that has other ramifications. Here are three practical consequences from the NBA's enormous new TV deal. October 5, 2014 NBA to announce $24 billion TV deal By Mike Prada The league's new television deal, which will kick in before the 2016-17 season, is expected to lead to major gains in team valuation and player salaries. October 5, 2014 NBA, TNT, ESPN to announce $2 billion TV deal By Kevin Zimmerman Sources told Sports Business Journal that the NBA is deep into negotiations with its TV partners on a deal that will double the league's current deals. How will it change the league's salary cap?