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The NBA’s exclusive negotiations with Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery end Monday, likely without a deal. Both companies are actively discussing keeping games on ESPN and TNT.

The NBA aims to bring in a new flagship streaming partner. Talks with Amazon, Apple, YouTubeTV, Peacock, and Netflix may start on Monday.

The league says discussions with Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery are ongoing. TNT has aired NBA games since 1988, while ESPN’s deal began in 2002.

The NBA seeks to double its previous $24 billion media rights deal by adding partners and raising fees. Last year’s NBA playoffs were the most watched in 11 years across TNT, ABC, ESPN, and NBA TV, per Nielsen.