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[11/06/13 - 12:38 PM]
"NBA Inside Stuff" presented by Samsung Galaxy Features Indiana Pacers Paul George and Chicago Bulls Joakim Noah, Saturday, Nov. 9, at Noon ET on NBA TV
This week, Indiana's Paul George - 2013 NBA Most Improved Player - goes fishing with NBA TV analyst Dennis Scott.

[via press release from NBA TV]

"NBA Inside Stuff" presented by Samsung Galaxy Features Indiana Pacers Paul George and Chicago Bulls Joakim Noah, Saturday, Nov. 9, at Noon ET on NBA TV

Lady Gaga's "Applause" - from her new album Artpop - will be featured in "Jam Session"

NBA Inside Stuff presented by Samsung Galaxy returns Saturday, Nov. 9, on NBA TV at noon ET with a new episode co-hosted by Grant Hill and Kristen Ledlow. This week, Indiana's Paul George - 2013 NBA Most Improved Player - goes fishing with NBA TV analyst Dennis Scott. The 2013 NBA All-Star talks about his breakthrough season and how he grew to be a leader and top scorer.

Additionally, Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah gives an all-access pass to his offseason workouts in Southern California. Conducted under the direction of legendary big wave surfer Laird Hamilton, Noah's pool workouts utilize weights while swimming and jumping under water. Noah credits the workouts at Hamilton's Malibu home for both enhancing his explosiveness and improving lung capacity, cardio and recovery as he prepares for heavy minutes throughout the season.

Philadelphia 76ers point guard Michael Carter-Williams was only the second rookie - along with Shaquille O'Neal - to be named NBA Player of the Week in their debut, and NBA Inside Stuff was given exclusive access to his standout premiere.

Washington Wizards center Kevin Seraphin has a home filled with interesting items - skeletons, stuffed animals, and his favorite mode of transportation, a Segway - and viewers get the "Inside Stuff" on his unique collection.

Lady Gaga: Artpop

Grammy Award winner Lady Gaga's new song, "Applause," from her upcoming album Artpop, will be featured in the updated "Jam Session" segment. Artpop will be in stores starting Nov. 11.

A five-time Grammy Award winning artist and a 13-time MTV Video Music Award recipient, Lady Gaga has sold an estimated 24 million albums and 90 million singles worldwide. Known for her worldwide tours including 2008's The Fame Ball, 2009-2011's The Monster Ball and 2012-2013's Born This Way Ball, she earned any Emmy Award for her HBO television special titled Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden. In addition, her third studio album, Born This Way, broke the iTunes record for the fastest rise to number one on release day. This year, Time Magazine named her the second most influential person of the decade.

"Jam Session" and "Rewind" are two of the show's most celebrated segments highlighting the top plays in the NBA each week.

NBA Inside Stuff presented by Samsung Galaxy, televised each Saturday at noon throughout the season, will also include several special editions airing at select times during the year. Additionally, the show includes brand extensions across the entire NBA Digital portfolio and social media integration across all platforms.

Known for its trademark off-the-court features with NBA players, NBA Inside Stuff originally aired from 1990-2005, providing fans with a unique perspective of the game. The trailblazing weekly magazine show was hosted by Emmy Award winner Ahmad Rashad and included a variety of co-hosts through the years, including Julie Moran, Willow Bay, and Summer Sanders.

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