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One of NBA TV's signature studio shows, "Open Court" opens the lines of communication regarding all aspects -- past and present -- of the National Basketball Association. Ernie Johnson acts as both host and moderator, keeping the peace on a panel that includes TNT and NBA TV analysts and special guests sharing their personal accounts of some of the league's top moments and story lines.

Latest episodes

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A roundtable discussion hosted by Matt Winer with some of the NBA's brightest young stars, including Dallas' Luka Doncic, Sacramento's Marvin Bagley III, Memphis' Jaren Jackson Jr. and Phoenix's Deandre Ayton.
aired today
Charles Barkley, Shaquille O'Neal, Kenny Smith and the rest of the panel discuss the African-American pioneers of the NBA.
aired 110 days ago
A glimpse into the lives of the families of NBA Players Magic Johnson, Chris Paul, Shannon Brown and Chris Bosh - as told from their wives' perspective. With Cookie Johnson, Jada Paul, Monica Brown and Adrienne Bosh.
aired 126 days ago
NBA coaches cover team-building strategies, how they are maximizing the wealth of next-generation talent that continues to enter the league and their role in the community, among other subjects.
aired 126 days ago
Matt Winer hosts a roundtable of former NBA players and legends of the game. The panel looks ahead to the upcoming regular season and dissects several of its storylines.
aired 135 days ago
NBA executives discuss several topics including their changing roles, deal-making and how they approach free agency.
aired 160 days ago
A wide ranging cast of contributors, who all played a part in making the NBA what it is today, discuss their careers. The panel includes Jerry Colangelo, Wayne Embry, Rod Thorn, Isiah Thomas, and Arn Tellem.
aired 160 days ago
A roundtable discussion with some of the NBA's brightest young stars including Jayson Tatum, Lauri Markkanen, Ben Simmons and Donovan Mitchell.
aired 160 days ago
Roundtable discussion with multiple championship winning owners gathered together to discuss today's leading topics. Panel: Steve Ballmer, Jeanie Buss, Mark Cuban, Dan Gilbert, Joe Lacob and Tony Ressler.
aired 160 days ago
Roundtable discussion forecasting the next big on-court trends, keys to successful game planning and the importance of successful organizational culture. Panel: Scott Brooks, Dave Joerger, Jason Kidd, Quin Snyder & Mike Brown.
aired 160 days ago
A roundtable discussion with five of the NBA's top decision makers including: Bob Myers, Daryl Morey, Donnie Nelson, Andy Elisburg and Dell Demps.
aired 161 days ago
Kevin McHale, Kenny Smith, Grant Hill, and other former NBA players demonstrate basketball tips for key player positions. The group shows how post play, spot up shooting, point guard skills, and versatility play a role on winning teams.
aired 161 days ago
Chris Webber, Kevin McHale, Kenny Smith, Derek Fisher, Greg Anthony, Steve Smith and Dennis Scott discuss the league's most memorable and complete teams that fell shy of winning the NBA Championship.
aired 161 days ago
A roundtable discussion with four of the NBA's brightest young stars - Joel Embiid, Karl-Anthony Towns, Devin Booker and D'Angelo Russell.
aired 161 days ago
A discussion on various topics including Black Lives Matter, anti-LGBT laws, protests orchestrated by athletes and more.
aired 161 days ago
NBA executives discuss topics such as philosophies for building and rebuilding teams, executing franchise-shaping trades and the state of "super teams."
aired 202 days ago
In a New York-themed episode, Ernie Johnson holds a round-table discussion with Kenny Smith, Shaquille O'Neal, Grant Hill, Steve Smith and John Starks.
aired 203 days ago
Isiah Thomas, Kevin McHale, Charles Barkley, Dennis Scott, and Shaquille O'Neal talk about the best & worst moments of their careers.
aired 208 days ago
The panel will break down the Xs and Os of the game with unique vantage points.
aired 208 days ago
We turn back the clock as a panel of NBA greats discuss their top players from the past five decades (1960-2000s).
aired 208 days ago
Ernie Johnson, Isiah Thomas, Grant Hill, Chris Webber, Steve Smith and Dennis Scott discuss their passion in pursuit of championships, the pros and cons of AAU Basketball and stories from their playing days.

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