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Kiswe to power streaming app for Memphis Grizzlies summer games

Three games from Salt Lake City and four from Las Vegas will be offered through the Grind City Media app.

Three games from Salt Lake City and four from Las Vegas will be offered through the Grind City Media app.

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Streaming technology firm Kiswe will power a new direct-to-consumer offering that will unlock seven off-season, non-playoff games over the next several weeks.

The games will stream through the Grind City Media app, starting with a match-up next Monday against the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City.

A total of seven games will stream through the app, the league and Kiswe announced this week, including three games from the Salt Lake City Summer League and four additional games from the NBA 2K25 Summer League in Las Vegas.

The full schedule of games appears below:

  • Monday, July 8: at Utah (8 p.m. MT)
  • Tuesday, July 9: vs. Philadelphia (6 p.m. MT)
  • Wednesday, July 10: vs. Oklahoma City (6 p.m. MT)
  • Friday, July 12: vs. Sacramento (5 p.m. PT)
  • Monday, July 15: vs. Dallas (7 p.m. PT)
  • Wednesday, July 17: vs. Orlando (6 p.m. PT)
  • Thursday, July 18: vs. New Orleans (5 p.m. PT)

Local TV partners for the Salt Lake City Summer League will be announced at a later date. All games from the NBA 2K25 Summer League will air on the ESPN multiplex of cable channels and on NBA TV, with games also streamed through ESPN Plus.

Kiswe works with several sports franchises, entertainment brands and media organizations to power direct-to-consumer experiences. In addition to its work with the Memphis Grizzlies, Kiswe works with the Utah Jazz (Jazz Plus), the Los Angeles Clippers (Clippervision), the Phoenix Coyotes (Coyotes Central), rock bands Kiss and Queen, and the online entertainment group Try Guys.

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