NBA Coast to Coast (formerly known as NBA Fastbreak Tuesday and NBA Nation) is a weekly NBA-themed studio program which airs Tuesday nights on ESPN2. The program is different from other studio programs, such as Baseball Tonight, in that it contains live cut-ins to NBA games in-progress as well as interviews with players after games end. However, the live cut-ins are not truly live, as there is usually a gap of a few minutes between the direct feed and what ESPN is showing. Presently, the program is hosted by Kevin Connors, with analysts Tim Legler and Jalen Rose. The three are routinely joined by NBA insiders Ric Bucher and Marc Stein, and other NBA analysts for ESPN.
Runtime: 120 minutes
NBA Coast to Coast - Mississippi Coast Coliseum - Netflix
Mississippi Coast Coliseum is an 11,500-seat reserved seating, 15,000 festival seating, multi-purpose arena in Biloxi, Mississippi. It was built in 1977. It hosted WCW Beach Blast 1993 and the Sun Belt Conference men’s basketball tournament in 1992 and 1993. The Metro Conference men's basketball tournaments were contested there in 1990 and 1994. The first concert held at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum was by the rock band Foghat on April 27, 1978. The Mississippi Coast Coliseum also holds one of the largest crawfish festivals in America. This event is held every year, over two weekends in April.
NBA Coast to Coast - Ice hockey - Netflix
It was previously home to the Mississippi Sea Wolves (ECHL) ice hockey team. Due to damages to the arena by heavy flooding and winds from Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, the Sea Wolves cancelled their 2005–2006 and 2006–2007 seasons. Repairs are now virtually complete, and the Sea Wolves returned to the ice on October 27, 2007. On March 30, 2009, the Sea Wolves announced they had suspended operations once again. However, the Coliseum was not without ice hockey entirely, as the Mississippi Surge announced its membership in the Southern Professional Hockey League and were to play at the Coliseum for the 2009–10 season.
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