NBA Global Games London 2017 tickets to go on sale on October 28

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The NBA has announced that tickets for the Global Games London 2017 featuring the Denver Nuggets vs Indiana Pacers will go on sale on Friday, October 28 from 9am BST. 

The game, which will be played at London's O2 Arena on Thursday, January 12, will mark the seventh regular-season game to be played in the English capital in as many years. 

It will be the first time that either franchise has competed in the NBA Global Games London and will become the eighth and ninth respective teams to do so. 

The encounter will provide UK fans with a chance to see some talented players on show from both teams. 

Without a doubt, Indiana's three-time All-Star Paul George will definitely be the main attraction. But he will be ably assisted by the likes of Jeff Teague, Monta Ellis and Myles Turner. 

The Denver Nuggets may be in a rebuilding phase but they currently boast an interesting mix of experienced and promising young players such as Danilo Gallinari, Kenneth Faried, Nikola Jokic and Emmanuel Mudiay.

The six previous regular-season NBA games in London – which were all sellouts – included the New Jersey Nets vs. the Toronto Raptors in back-to-back games (2011); the Detroit Pistons against the New York Knicks (2013); the Atlanta Hawks vs. the Brooklyn Nets (2014); the Milwaukee Bucks against the Knicks (2015) and the Orlando Magic vs. the Raptors (2016).

The Nuggets and Pacers will be hoping to match the hugely exciting contest between the Magic and Toronto last year when the latter won 106-103 in overtime.

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