ESPN Caribbean presents the 2018-2019 NBA telecast schedule including full coverage of more than 125 regular-season games, the Playoffs and NBA Finals. Games will take place every Wednesday and Friday, including doubleheaders when available, as well as a weekly Saturday game and occasional Sunday games throughout the regular season. Games will air on ESPN Caribbean, ESPN2 Caribbean and stream live on ESPN Play.
The 2018 NBA Finals – featuring the defending NBA Champion Golden State Warriors, led by Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, with All-Star LeBron James – start Thursday, May 31 at 9 p.m. ET and continue through June 17. All games air live on ESPN Caribbean and stream live on ESPN Play. ESPN Play will also offer exclusive live streaming of pregame and postgame action.
ESPN Caribbean Presents Live Coverage of the 2018 ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers
West Indies Aim to Qualify for 2019 World Cup
ESPN presents exclusive coverage of the 2018 ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers live from Zimbabwe. West Indies matches from the Group Stage will be covered from March 10 on the ESPN Caribbean television network with Super Six action then bowling off March 15. All matches can also be streamed live via ESPN Play (www.espnplay.com) — ESPN’s multiscreen live and on-demand broadband service.
Toronto, Ontario (Sonique Solutions) – The upcoming 2017 Women’s World Cup (WWC) of Table Tennis will take place from Oct. 26th-29th in Ontario, Canada. This year, the high level event will get a huge injection of Caribbean influence as Trinbagonian MC/event entertainer Damian Sogren has been selected as host for the internationally televised extravaganza.
ESPN Caribbean presents the 2017-2018 NBA telecast schedule including full coverage of more than 120 regular-season games, the Playoffs and NBA Finals. Games will take place every Wednesday and Friday, including doubleheaders when available, as well as a weekly Saturday game and occasional Sunday games throughout the season.
Port Of Spain, Trinidad (March 8, 2017) - The legacy of one of the world's greatest cricketers and exemplary human beings, Sir Frank Worrell of Barbados, will be honored in Trinidad and Tobago this weekend.
Launched by the Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Committee, the year of celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of the former West Indies cricket captain's passing will be centered around a lecture by legendary Trinidadian broadcaster Sir Trevor McDonald, who was himself knighted in 1999 for his services to journalism.
ESPN Caribbean presents the 2016-2017 NBA telecast schedule with the most expanded coverage to date, including exclusive coverage of more than 125 regular-season games, the Playoffs and NBA Finals. NBA doubleheaders are on Wednesday and Friday nights, followed by a primetime game on Saturdays. Games will air on ESPN Caribbean, ESPN2 Caribbean and ESPN Play. ESPN Caribbean will also air 36 episodes of ...
- Localized for the Caribbean for Rio 2016
- Highlights from Caribbean Olympians
- Fully responsive on all devices
- New personalization function for preferred sports and teams
- Captures the immediacy of sporting events: UEFA Euro 2016 and Rio 2016
Trinidad and Tobago Women's sevens team had a stern test as they attempted to claim the final qualifying spot at this month's Olympic Repêchage tournament on June 25-26 in Dublin, Ireland. The T&T outfit grouped with Portugal, China and hosts Ireland in group C. Trinidad and Tobago was one the lowest ranked teams in the tournament and They competed against countries that are currently playing on the HSBC World Sevens series such as Russia and Spain for the top honours.
The Opening Ceremony of The Cotton Tree Foundation's 14th Annual Charity Golf Tournament featured a pragmatic and inspirational address by President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, His Excellency Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona ORTT, SC on Wednesday 15th June 2016, at the St. Andrew’s Golf Club, Maraval.