ESPN to use Marvel-inspired graphics for tonight’s NBA game

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ESPN will use Marvel-inspired graphics for tonight’s NBA game.

The broadcast will integrate an original storyline, iconic characters, custom graphics, and animation packages into the game between the Golden State Warriors and host New Orleans Pelicans.

ESPN commentators and Marvel fans Ryan Ruocco and Richard Jefferson will provide commentary for the alternate presentation. Marvel expert Angélique Roché will also provide commentary and analysis.

The NBA Special Edition: Marvel’s Arena of Heroes starts at 7.30pm. ET on ESPN2, ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes with the traditional game broadcast on ESPN US.

Posted on Monday 3 May 2021

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