We are a talent and sports agency based in Phoenix, Arizona. We ensure that player's careers are handled with exceptional expertise. Our hands-on services include:
- Player Contract Negotiations - Travel arrangements
- Free Agent Contracts - Vehicle transport
- Preparation and Presentation of arbitration Cases - Relocation
- Draft Advisement - Housing assistance
- Equipment Contracts Endorsements - Real estate and property transactions
- Appearances, Private Signings and Memorabilia Deals - Asset protection
- Public relations - Estate planning
- Career Planning & Management
- Financial management Coordination
- Tax planning ( Federal and State Tax preparation )
- Accounting services
Surrounded by the scenic landscape of the Sonoran Desert, Greater Phoenix provides the excitement of the Old West within a thriving metropolitan area brimming with cultural and outdoor activity. Enjoy Cactus League games in Glendale,Goodyear, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Surprise and Tempe.
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" WHERE ALL IS ONE AND ONE IS ALL "
The 2023–24 NBA season is the upcoming 78th season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The regular season is scheduled to begin on October 24, 2023, and end on April 14, 2024. The NBA will hold an in-season tournament for the first time between November 3 and December 9, with all games except the final counting toward the regular season standings. The 2024 NBA All-Star Game is scheduled for February 18, 2024, at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.The play-in tournament is scheduled for April 16–19, and the playoffs are set to begin on April 20. The NBA Finals are scheduled to start on June 6, with a possible Game 7 scheduled for June 23.
This will be the eighth year of a nine-year deal with ABC, ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV.
ESPN primarily broadcasts Wednesday and Friday night games for most of the season, and games during selected Sunday nights from February to April. ABC is scheduled to air nine NBA Saturday Primetime games, including a triple header on January 27, over seven selected Saturdays between that January date and March. ABC will also have NBA Sunday Showcase on four selected Sunday afternoons in February and March, with three of them as doubleheaders.On October 2, 2023, it was announced that five January games originally scheduled as part of ESPN's Wednesday doubleheaders would instead air on ABC.
TNT airs Tuesday games all season, and Thursday games from January to April. NBA TV televises games primarily on Mondays all season, Saturday and Sunday nights for most of the season, Thursdays during the first half of the season, Fridays during the second half of the season, and any other time when neither ESPN/ABC nor TNT are airing games nationally.
This will be the first regular season that the streaming service Max will have live access to TNT's games on its Bleacher Report Sports Add-on tier.
Five Christmas Day games are scheduled for this season. With Christmas Day falling on a Monday in 2023, the NFL also scheduled a Monday Night Football on that day. Because ABC/ESPN holds the broadcast rights to both NBA Christmas games and Monday Night Football, it was decided that ESPN will again air all five NBA games, but ABC will only simulcast two of them in favor of exclusively airing the Monday Night Football game. This would mark the first time since 2016 that ABC will televise fewer than three NBA Christmas games.
Four Martin Luther King Jr. Day games will be televised nationally, with TNT and NBA TV airing two apiece.
On January 23–27, the league will hold "NBA Rivals Week" for the second consecutive season, with every nationally televised game featuring "classic and budding rivalries between teams and players".
On the final day of the regular season, April 14, two games with playoff implications will be flexed into ESPN's afternoon doubleheader.