It’s been a week since the NBA was suspended after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus, and fans and players alike have expressed how much they miss the game.

There’s some good news for Jazz fans on that front, however. The team announced Wednesday that AT&T SportsNet, which airs its games, will start showing classic games from recent years on nights when there would have been a regular game.

The first game, which will be a replay of Utah’s overtime win against the Portland Trail Blazers on Nov. 1, 2017, will air Wednesday night at 7 p.m. MT (all the games will air at that time).

The announcement indicated that 11 games since the 2017-2018 season will air (the Jazz have 18 regular season games left this season). The season at this point is only officially suspended until April 10, but the last replayed game is scheduled to air on April 13, which would have been the final night of the regular season.

Here is a complete schedule of the games that will air.

A short time later, the NBA and Turner Sports announced that NBA League Pass, which gives access to a huge number of old games (and current ones when the season is going on) but requires a subscription, will be accessible for free until April 22.

To access it, an account needs to be created on NBA.com.