The Cleveland Cavaliers will take on the Brooklyn Nets in Paris at the Accor Arena on Jan. 11, 2024, the team announced in a Wednesday tweet.

“We are extremely honored as an organization to showcase the Cleveland Cavaliers in Paris,” Cavs President of Basketball Operations Koby Altman said in a Wednesday release. “This unique opportunity will provide our players, coaches, staff and families an experience into a different culture, all while creating memories both on and off the court that will last a lifetime.

“We also recognize the universal appeal basketball inspires and we take great pride in our stewardship of the game. As proud representatives of the city of Cleveland and all of Northeast Ohio, we look forward to establishing a personal level of engagement with our fans overseas, as well as partnering with the NBA in our collective effort to elevate basketball on the international stage.”

The NBA Paris Game will be broadcasted on beIN SPORTS and NBA League Pass, according to the Wednesday release. Interactive fan activities, NBA Carescommunity outreach initiatives and Jr. NBA youth basketball development programming will also be conducted in addition to The NBA Paris Game. The full 2023-24 Cavaliers regular season schedule will be announced on a later date.

The game will be Cleveland’s first-ever contest in Europe.

But it won’t be the first time the Cavs have taken to the international stage.

Cleveland played against the Orlando Magic in Shanghai, China, during a 2007 preseason matchup. It faced the Miami Heat during a 2015 preseason game in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where the Cavs took a 122-119 victory in HSBC Arena. Forward Kevin Love led the Cavaliers with 25 points in 26 minutes played. Heat forward Chris Bosh took a starring role for Miami as he hit eight of his 15 tries from the field on his way to 19 points.