B2 Networks to Broadcast National Lacrosse League Entry Draft

B2
Networks and the National Lacrosse League (NLL) announced that the
league’s 2007 Entry Draft will be shown live on the revolutionary broadband
broadcasting network. After thousands watched a successful live broadcast
from
Madison
Square

Garden in

New York,
New York
of the 2006 NLL Entry Draft, B2 Networks will be broadcasting the NLL draft
live for the second year in a row. The 2007 NLL Entry Draft will be held
on September 1 at the
Pepsi
Center in

Denver,

Colorado at 4 p.m. (ET) and will
be available for viewing free of charge. The draft, which consists of six
rounds, features the top lacrosse talent from US college programs as well as

Canada’s junior
lacrosse system.

“After
thousands of fans logged onto B2 Networks to watch last season’s games, we are
proud to partner with them again to bring our fans a live broadcast of the 2007
Entry Draft,” stated Jim Jennings, NLL Commissioner. “We hope that
lacrosse fans around the globe will enjoy the added perk of watching the Draft
free of charge.”

The 2007
NLL Entry Draft will be available for viewing by a worldwide audience through
the NLL’s website http://www.nll.com. Fans wanting to watch the draft via B2
Networks free of charge will need a high-speed Internet connection and a
current version of Microsoft Windows Media Player.

“The
NLL has been a fabulous league to work with, and we are excited to broadcast
their 2007 Entry Draft,” stated Richard Brosal, B2 Networks Executive Vice
President for Business Operations and Marketing. “The league has had an
outstanding caliber of play, and the future is extremely bright with the new
crop of players that will be entering the league through this weekend’s draft.”