(July 2, 2003 – Burbank, CA) – On July 11, fans can own a piece of basketball history as one of the most thrilling sports events of the year debuts on the official, special collector’s edition DVD and VHS called “2002-2003 NBA Champions.” Warner Home Video (WHV) and NBA Entertainment (NBAE) have teamed up to capture more than three hours of content which includes comprehensive coverage of the best moments from the NBA Playoffs and NBA Finals, behind-the-scenes access that gives viewers an inside look into the Spurs’ locker room and exclusive interviews with players, coaches and NBA experts. Tapping into the fan frenzy just weeks after the Finals, “2002-2003 NBA Champions” is available for $24.98 SRP (no MAP) on DVD and $19.98 SRP (no MAP) on VHS. About NBA Since its founding in 1946, the NBA has become a global phenomenon that transcends national boundaries. With 29 teams in the United States and Canada, NBA games and related programming are broadcast to 212 countries in 42 languages. The NBA is one of the largest suppliers of sports television and Internet programming in the world. Through NBA Entertainment, the league produces NBA TV, a 24-hour television network, weekly television shows and exclusive content for each of the NBA's team Web sites and the league's official sites, NBA.com, WNBA.com and NBDL.com. The league has also continued its partnerships with the leading Internet content and technology providers to bring the game experience even closer to its fans worldwide. For more information on the NBA, visit www.nba.com. About Warner Home Video With operations in 78 international territories Warner Home Video Inc. commands the largest distribution infrastructure in the global video marketplace. Warner Home Video’s film library is the largest of any studio, offering top quality new and vintage titles from the repertoires of Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Entertainment, Castle Rock Entertainment, HBO Home Video and New Line Home Entertainment.
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