Friday, August 22, 2014

2014-15 English Premier League Week 2 TV and National Radio Schedule


We two has arrived. Which games are you interested in viewing? Which station will you be able to view it on? Time to let the cat out of the bag.

As a quick reminder, every match can be listened to online thanks to Westwood One Sports. Both English and Spanish audio is available. This week we will also list the games that can be heard on the radio through Westwood One affiliates below.

Saturday, August 23
7:45 AM- Newcastle at Aston Villa (NBCSN) Jim Proudfoot, Chris Waddle
(Westwood One)

10 AM- Leicester City at Chelsea (NBCSN) Daniel Mann, Tony Gale
(Westwood One
(mun2 [Esp.])

10 AM- West Ham at Crystal Palace (Extra Time/ Fathom Events) Tony Jones, Alan Curbishley

10 AM- West Brom at Southampton (Extra Time) Joe Speight, Barry Horne

10 AM- Burnley at Swansea City (Extra TimeGary Weaver, Andy Hinchcliffe

12:30 PM- Arsenal at Everton (NBC) Arlo White, Lee Dixon
(Westwood One
(mun2 [Esp.]

Sunday, August 24
8:30 AM- Queens Park Rangers at Tottenham (CNBC) Ian Darke, Clive Allen

8:30 AM- Stoke City at Hull City (Extra Time) Jim Proudfoot, David Pleat
(Westwood One

11 AM- Manchester United at Sunderland (NBCSN) Jon Champion, Danny Mills
(Westwood One
(Telemundo [Esp.]

Monday, August 25
3 PM- Liverpool at Manchester City (NBCSNArlo White, Graeme Le Saux
(Westwood One
(mun2 [Esp.]

Exclusive: Your 2014 National Radio College Football Broadcast teams

College football starts tomorrow with the FCS Kickoff, but the national radio broadcasts still have a week before they kick into high gear. Here on Eye on Sky and Air Sports we have your exclusive network broadcast teams for the 2014 College Football season.

Compass Media will utilize familiar voices this season as Gregg Daniels and Dale Hellestrae return as the main college football broadcast team. Drew Bontadelli will fill-in for play-by-play for select games and will be the studio host when Gregg Daniels calls the games.

Once again ESPN Radio will utilize Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, and Joe Schad to call most of the games. Select weeks will feature others voices, usually whenever they have a double header.

Sports USA
Sports USA Saturday's will feature John Ahlers and Aaron Goldsmith as the play-by-play men. Ahlers will call the games during August and September. Aaron Goldsmith will call the games in October,  November, and December. Gary Barnett will be your analyst for the Saturday games.

Sports USA will also air select Thursday games. On the Thursday night broadcasts they will use Dan Fouts and Eli Gold as the play-by-play broadcasters. Doug Plank will be the analyst for most Thursday broadcasts. 

Gino Toretta returns as the analyst, and when he isn't on assignment for Pac-12 Networks Roxy Bernstein returns as the sideline reporter and play-by-play announcer for select games. With Frank Fangie having moved to the Jacksonville Jaguars broadcasts, Touchdown Radio needed to find a new play-by-play broadcaster. Filling that spot will be SiriusXM College Sports Nation host Taylor Zarzour. 

Westwood One will utilize familiar broadcasters for the 2014 season, but most of them will be new to the college football broadcasts. Returning for the 2014 season is analyst Derek Rackley. John Sadak returns to provide play-by-play for select games. 

The rest of the team is new. Jason Benetti, most famous for being a play-by-play broadcaster who suffers from cerebral palsy, will be the regular play-by-play broadcaster. He replaces John Tautges. Serving as the second analyst for select games will be Chris Doering.

So to break it down, you will hear these voices this season.
*COMPASS: Gregg Daniels or Drew Bontadelli & Dale Hellestrae

*ESPN Radio: Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Joe Schad

*SPORTS USA: John Ahlers or Aaron Goldsmith & Gary Barnett (Saturdays)
Dan Fouts or Eli Gold & Doug Plank (select)

*TOUCHDOWN RADIO: Taylor Zarzour or Roxy Bernstein, Gino Toretta

*WESTWOOD ONE: Jason Benetti or John Sadak & Chris Doering or Derek Rackley

Thursday, August 21, 2014

2014 CFL Week 9 TV Schedule & Announcing Assignments

Once again the CFL takes center stage this weekend on TSN and ESPN3. Next week will bring us to the halfway stage. Here's your updated standings and this weeks schedule. Sunday's announcing assignments will be filled in as soon as TSN posts the info. Surprisingly they still haven't yet.

(6-1) Calgary
(6-1) Edmonton
(5-2) Saskatchewan 
(5-3) BC
(5-3) Winnipeg

(3-5) Toronto 
(1-6) Hamilton
(1-6) Montreal
 (1-6) Ottawa 

Remember that in the CFL only 6 teams make the playoffs. The top two teams in each division make the playoffs. After that the 5th and 6th place teams are determined by whom has the most points. You get 2 points for each win, 1 for a tie, and 0 for a loss. 

If two or more teams tie in a division, the following tiebreaking procedure is used.  
*Most wins in all games
*Head-to-head winning precentage
*Head-to-head point difference
*Tiebreakers 2 & 3 applied for all division games
*Tiebreakers 2 & 3 applied for all games
*Coin toss

* In a 3-team scenario, once a team is eliminated by one of the tiebreakers, the tiebreakers revert back to the first steo to determine which other team will be eliminated.
*Tiebreakers apply only within the division and don't apply to the 5/6 crossover. If the 3rd place team within a division is tied with the fourth place team from the other division, the 3rd place team within the division automatically gets the spot. Currently the tiebreaker would be used between BC and Winnipeg to determine who gets the 6-seed in the playoff. It would also be used to determine who gets the 1-seed between Calgary & Edmonton and the 2nd team from the East.

Friday, August 22
8:30 PM- Montreal Alouettes at Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Announcers: Rod Black, Duane Ford, Matthew Scianitti
RDS Announcers: Denis Casavant, Pierre Vercheval, Matthieu Prolux, Mike Sutherland, Marc Labrecque

Saturday, August 23
4 PM- Toronto Argonauts at Edmonton Eskimos
Announcers: Chris Cuthbert, Glen Suitor, Matthew Scianitti

Sunday, August 24
3 PM- Calgary Stampeders at Otaawa Redblacks

7 PM- Saskatchewan Roughriders at BC Lions

BYE: Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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Since I released the college info a day earlier than I usually will be, I'm doing the same for the NFL this week. The normal release date will be Tuesday night or Wednesday afternoon, usually Wednesday afternoon.

Thursday, August 21
7:30 PM- Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles (NFL NetworkAri Wolfe, Kurt Warner
(Steelers TVBob Pompeani, Edmund Nelson, Jeff Verszyla
(Eagles TVScott Graham, Brian Baldinger, Dave Spadaro

Friday, August 22
7:30 PM- Jacksonville Jaguars at Detroit Lions (Jaguars TVSteve Kouvaris, Mark Brunell, Nikki Kimbleton
 (Lions TVMatt Shephard, Rob Rubick, Tom Leyden

7:30 PM- Carolina Panthers at New England Patriots (Panthers TVMick Mixon, Mick Rucker, Kelli Bartik
(Patriots TVDan Roche, Christian Fauria, Steve Burton, Matt Chatham

7:30 PM- New York Giants vs. New York Jets  (Jets TVIan Eagle, Greg Buttle, Otis Livingston

8 PM- Oakland Raiders at Green Bay Packers (CBS) Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
(Compass MediaGreg Papa, Tom Flores, Lincoln Kennedy

10 PM- Chicago Bears at Seattle Seahawks (Bears TVSam Rosen, Jim Miller, Lou Canellis
(NFL Network [JIP]Seahawks TVKurt Menefee, Brock Huard

Saturday, August 23
4:30 PM- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Buffalo Bills (Bucs TVChris Myers, Ronde Barber, Dan Lucas
(NFL NetworkBills TVRay Bentley, Steve Tasker, Mike Catalana

7 PM- Tennessee Titans at Atlanta Falcons (Titans TVCory Curtis, Eddie George, Audra Martin
 (Falcons TVRandy Waters, Dave Archer, Laura Okmin

7 PM- Dallas Cowboys at Miami Dolphins (Cowboys TVBill Jones, Babe Laufenberg, Steve Dennis
(Dolphins TVDick Stockton, Bob Griese, Nat Moore, Kim Bokamper
(America's Team on Compass MediaKevin Ray, Danny White

7:30 PM- Washington Redskins at Baltimore Ravens (Redskins TV) Chick Hernandez, Joe Theismann, Ken Harvey
(Ravens TVGerry Sandusky, Stan White, Qadry Ismael, Brent Harris

8 PM- St. Louis Rams at Cleveland Browns (Rams TVAndrew Siciliano, Marshall Faulk, Torry Holt, Casey Phillips, Martin Kilcoyne
 (Browns TVJim Donovan, Solomon Wilcots, Dave Chudowsky

8 PM- New Orleans Saints at Indianapolis Colts (CBS) Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Jenny Dell

8 PM- Minnesota Vikings at Kansas City Chiefs (Vikings TVPaul Allen, Pete Bercich, Greg Coleman, Ben Leber
(Chiefs TVPaul Burmeister, Trent Green, B.J. Kissel, Rachel Santschi

9 PM- Houston Texans at Denver Broncos (Texans TVKevin Kugler, Spencer Tillman, Drew Doughtery
(Broncos TVRon Zappolo, Alfred Williams, Jon Mackey

Sunday, August 24
4 PM- San Diego Chargers at San Francisco 49ers (FOX) Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews

8 PM- Cincinnati Bengals at Arizona Cardinals (NBC) Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya

Thursday, August 21
7:30 PM ET – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles – LIVE
Friday, August 22
4:00 PM ET – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles
11:00 PM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks – LIVE (joined live in progess)
1:00 AM ET – Carolina Panthers vs. New England Patriots
4:00 AM ET – Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Detroit Lions
Saturday, August 23
7:00 AM ET – Oakland Raiders vs. Green Bay Packers
10:00 AM ET – New York Giants vs. New York Jets
1:00 PM ET – Carolina Panthers vs. New England Patriots
4:30 PM ET – Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Buffalo Bills – LIVE
12 Midnight ET –St. Louis Rams vs. Cleveland Browns
3:00 AM ET – Houston Texans vs. Denver Broncos
Sunday, August 24
7:00 AM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Ravens
10:00 AM ET – Houston Texans vs. Denver Broncos
1:00 PM ET – St. Louis Rams vs. Cleveland Browns
12 Midnight ET – Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins
3:00 AM ET – Oakland Raiders vs. Green Bay Packers
Monday, August 25
10:00 AM ET – Minnesota Vikings vs. Kansas City Chiefs
1:00 PM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks
4:00 PM ET – Carolina Panthers vs. New England Patriots
8:00 PM ET – St. Louis Rams vs. Cleveland Browns
12 Midnight ET – San Diego Chargers vs. San Francisco 49ers
3:00 AM ET – Tennessee Titans vs. Atlanta Falcons
Tuesday, August 26
10:00 AM ET – Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Buffalo Bills
1:00 PM ET – Cincinnati Bengals vs. Arizona Cardinals
4:00 PM ET – New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts
8:00 PM ET – Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks
12 Midnight ET – Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins
3:00 AM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Ravens
Wednesday, August 27
10:00 AM ET – Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Detroit Lions
1:00 PM ET – New York Giants vs. New York Jets
4:00 PM ET – Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins
8:00 PM ET – Houston Texans vs. Denver Broncos
12 Midnight ET – Oakland Raiders vs. Green Bay Packers
3:00 AM ET – New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts
Thursday, August 28
10:00 AM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
12:30 PM ET – San Diego Chargers vs. San Francisco 49ers
3:00 PM ET – St. Louis Rams vs. Cleveland Browns
***Please note that all live games on NFL Network are subject to local blackouts***
The following broadcast teams will be calling each Week 3 matchup on NFL Network:
Steelers at Eagles*Ari WolfeKurt WarnerN/A
Panthers at PatriotsDan RocheChristian FauriaMatt Chatham
Giants at JetsIan EagleGreg ButtleOtis Livingston
Jaguars at LionsMatt ShepardRob RubickTom Leyden
Raiders at Packers**Jim NantzPhil SimmsTracy Wolfson
Bears at SeahawksCurt MenefeeBrock HuardN/A
Buccaneers at BillsRay BentleySteve TaskerMike Catalana
Titans at FalconsRandy WatersDave ArcherLaura Okmin
Cowboys at DolphinsDick StocktonBob Griese & Nat MooreKim Bokamper
Redskins at RavensGerry SanduskyStan White & Qadry IsmailBrent Harris
Saints at Colts**Ian EagleDan FoutsJenny Dell
Vikings at ChiefsPaul BurmeisterTrent GreenBJ Kissel & Rachel Santschi
Rams at BrownsJim DonovanSolomon WilcotsDave Chudowsky
Texans at BroncosRon ZappoloJohn LynchRod Mackey
Chargers at 49ers***Joe BuckTroy AikmanErin Andrews
Bengals at Cardinals****Al MichaelsCris CollinsworthMichele Tafoya
* – Special NFL Network Presentation
** – CBS
*** – FOX
**** – NBC 

Monday, August 18, 2014

2014 College Football Division 1 FCS Kickoff TV information

College football gets an early start this year with the FCS Kickoff. ESPN will broadcast the brewing rivalry between Sam Houston State and Eastern Washington all across the world.

This is the third year these two schools have met consecutively and the fourth time overall. Last year the Bearkats managed to outgun and outscore the Eagles 49-34 in a game nobody saw since it was on Comcast SportsNet Houston.

The previous two meetings both occurred in Cheney, Washington, and they both proved to be highly entertaining. In 2012 the two met in the FCS Semifinals, with the Bearkats  managing to squeeze by Eagles 45-42, a game that was broadcast nationwide on ESPNU. The first meeting occurred in the FCS Quarterfinals back in 2004, with the Bearkats again sneaking out with a 35-34 win. The game went untelevised as ESPN didn't have ESPN3 up and running yet.

Despite the Bearkats 3-0 series lead, these two teams have shown they know how to score and entertain a crowd. With the tightness these two have had the past couple of seasons, this will be a game any true football fan should want to watch over the NFL Preseason.

Saturday, August 23
3:30 PM- ESPN
Broadcasters: Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore, Jessica Mendoza
  #14/17 Sam Houston State Bearkats
 #1/2 Eastern Washington Eagles

2014-15 CONCACAF Champions Week 2 US TV schedule

CONCACAF Champions returns with Week 2 coverage of the Group Stage Tuesday night. Most of the games will be televised in the US. Here is your schedule breakdown for the Week 2 Group Stage.

All games will be archived with an English version on Fox Soccer 2 Go.

Tuesday, August 19
7 PM- Portland Timbers at Alpha United (Fox Soccer Plus) JP Dellacamera, Brian Dunseth

7 PM- Bayamon FC at America (Univision Deportes [Esp.]
(Fox Soccer 2 Go)

9 PM- Sporting KC at R. Esteli (Fox Soccer Plus) John Strong, Janusz Michallik
(Galavision [Esp.]

9 PM- Cruz Azul at Chorrillo (Univision Deportes [Esp.]
(Fox Soccer 2 Go)

Wednesday, August 20
7 PM- Waterhouse FC at DC United (Fox Sports 2) JP Dellacamera, Cobi Jones

9 PM- Montreal Impact at CD FAS (Univision Deportes [Esp.])
 (Fox Soccer 2 Go)

Thursday, August 21
9 PM- Municipal at Real Espana (Univision Deportes [Esp.]
(Fox Soccer 2 Go)

9 PM- I. Metapan at Belmopan Bandits (Fox Soccer 2 Go

2014-15 NBA on NBAtv schedule

Last, but not least, we have the NBAtv schedule. NBAtv will once again air the popular Tuesday Night fans choice matches and games virtually on every night that ESPN and Turner doesn't have action. Currently they have 97 games scheduled this upcoming season. For the second consecutive season NBAtv is scheduled to air a game out of the country, though we all know how last years Mexico City game turned out. This concludes our schedule information for the 2014-15 season. Look forward to the weekly schedule being posted each Monday when the season starts up.

  NBA TV will televise 97 live games during the 2014-15 regular season with the league’s biggest stars and top teams in action including up to nine appearances by the NBA ChampionSan Antonio Spurs and Tim Duncan, the Cleveland Cavaliers and four-time league MVP LeBron James, the Oklahoma City Thunder and 2014 NBA MVP award winner Kevin Durant, theChicago Bulls and Derrick Rose, the Los Angeles Clippers and Chris Paul, the L.A. Lakers and 16-time NBA All-Star Kobe Bryant, the Miami Heat and Dwyane Wade, the Houston Rocketsand Dwight Howard and the Golden State Warriors and Stephen Curry.
The network will tip off its regular season coverage with a doubleheader on Saturday, Nov. 1, when the Bulls and Rose visit the Minnesota Timberwolves and Ricky Rubio at 8 p.m. ET.  The second half of the doubleheader will feature the Lakers and Bryant visiting the Warriors and Curry at 10:30 p.m.  NBA TV’s opening week live game action will also showcase the New York Knicks and Carmelo Anthony hosting the Charlotte Hornets and Al Jefferson on Sunday, Nov. 2, at 7:30 p.m.
Additionally, the network’s popular NBA TV Fan Night presented by Sprint will return for its sixth consecutive season with its first of 16 games on Tuesday, Nov. 4.  Fans will once again have the opportunity to vote for the matchup they most want to see each week via, mobile web, NBA Game Time App, as well as Facebook and Twitter voting.
NBA TV’s regular season coverage will feature special programming on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day including a live game telecast featuring the Memphis Grizzlies and Zach Randolph hosting the Dallas Mavericks and Dirk Nowitzki on Monday, Jan. 19, at 5 p.m. 
NBA TV will feature 21 doubleheaders this season including six in April. Additional regular season highlights include (full schedule listed below):
  • Saturday, Nov. 8 – The Spurs and Duncan, one of the best big men of all time, hosting the New Orleans Pelicans and rising star Anthony Davis.
  • Monday, Nov. 10 – A doubleheader with the Atlanta Hawks and Al Horford visiting the Knicks and Anthony at 7:30 p.m., followed by the Spurs and Tony Parker visiting its conference rival Clippers and Paul at 10:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, Nov. 16 – A match-up featuring two of the league’s premier scorers when the Thunder and Durant host the Rockets and James Harden at 7 p.m.
  • Monday, Nov. 17 – A doubleheader opening with the Cavaliers and James hosting the Denver Nuggets and Ty Lawson at 7 p.m., followed by the Bulls and Rose visiting the Clippers and Blake Griffin at 10:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Dec. 3 – Two of the Western Conference’s top big men in action when the Rockets and Howard host the Grizzlies and Marc Gasol at 8 p.m.
  • Monday, Dec. 15 – An Eastern Conference match-up with familiar faces in new places as the Cavaliers and James host the Hornets and Lance Stephenson at 7 p.m.
  • Monday, Jan. 5 – A doubleheader with the Washington Wizards and John Wall visiting the Pelicans and Davis at 8 p.m., followed by the Thunder and Durant visiting the Warriors and Curry at 10:30 p.m.
  • Thursday, Jan. 15 – The Knicks and Anthony facing the Milwaukee Bucks and rookie forward Jabari Parker in London as part of NBA Global Games at 3 p.m.
  • Monday, Feb. 9 – A match-up featuring two of the NBA’s most exciting guards when the Clippers and Paul host the Mavericks and Monta Ellis at 8:30 p.m.
  • Monday, Feb. 23 – A doubleheader starting with the Toronto Raptors and DeMar DeRozan visiting the Pelicans and Davis at 8 p.m., followed by the Grizzlies and Gasol visiting the Clippers and Griffin at 10:30 p.m.    
  • Sunday, March 1 – Several of the league’s biggest stars in action when the Cavaliers, led by James and Kyrie Irving, visit the Rockets and the combination of Harden and Howard at 7 p.m.
  • Wednesday, April 1 – The final month of the regular season tipping off with a doubleheader as the Nets and Williams travel across town to play the Knicks and Anthony at 7:30 p.m., followed by a Western Conference showdown between the Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers, led by LaMarcus Aldridge and Damian Lillard, at 10 p.m. 
  • Friday, April 10 – A Western Conference doubleheader with the Spurs and NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard visiting Houston and Harden at 8 p.m., followed by the Timberwolves and Rubio visiting the Lakers and Bryant at 10:30 p.m.
  • Monday, April 13 – The Thunder and Durant hosting the Trail Blazers and Aldridge at 8 p.m., followed by the Grizzlies and Mike Conley visiting Golden State and “Splash Brothers” Curry and Klay Thompson at 10:30 p.m.
NBA TV is coming off a record-setting 2014 NBA Playoffs, which delivered unprecedented audience growth for the network including its most-watched game coverage of all time and its two most-viewed telecasts ever. NBA TV’s seven originally produced live game telecasts averaged 720,000 total viewers to register the network’s most-viewed NBA Playoffs coverage ever and a 137% increase over the comparable playoff coverage last year. The network’s presentation of Game 6 between the Indiana Pacers and Atlanta Hawks on Thursday, April 29, produced NBA TV’s most-viewed telecast ever with an average of 1,071,000 total viewers. 
Additionally, during the 2013-14 NBA regular season, the NBA TV Fan Night presented by Sprinttelecast featuring the Heat and Pacers on December 10 netted the network’s most viewed regular season telecast ever with an average of 920,000 total viewers.

2014-15 NBA TV Regular Season Schedule
(All Times Eastern)

Saturday, Nov. 1        8 p.m.              Chicago Bulls at Minnesota Timberwolves
                                 10:30 p.m.      L.A. Lakers at Golden State Warriors

Sunday, Nov. 2           7:30 p.m.        Charlotte Hornets at New York Knicks

Tuesday, Nov. 4                                 NBA TV Fan Night **

Saturday, Nov. 8        8:30 p.m.        New Orleans Pelicans at San Antonio Spurs

Sunday, Nov. 9           7:30 p.m.        Miami Heat at Dallas Mavericks

Monday, Nov. 10       7:30 p.m.        Atlanta Hawks at New York Knicks
                                 10:30 p.m.      San Antonio Spurs at L.A. Clippers

Tuesday, Nov. 11                               NBA TV Fan Night **

Friday, Nov. 14          7 p.m.        Denver Nuggets at Indiana Pacers

Saturday, Nov. 15      10 p.m.      Brooklyn Nets at Portland Trail Blazers

Sunday, Nov. 16        7 p.m.              Houston Rockets at Oklahoma City Thunder

Monday, Nov. 17       7 p.m.              Denver Nuggets at Cleveland Cavaliers
                                 10:30 p.m.      Chicago Bulls at L.A. Clippers

Tuesday, Nov. 18                               NBA TV Fan Night

Saturday, Nov. 22      9 p.m.              New Orleans Pelicans at Utah Jazz

Sunday, Nov. 23        7 p.m.              Golden State Warriors at Oklahoma City Thunder

Tuesday, Nov. 25                               NBA TV Fan Night

Wednesday, Nov. 26 10:30 p.m.      Memphis Grizzles at L.A. Lakers 

Friday, Nov. 28          8 p.m.              L.A. Clippers at Houston Rockets

Saturday, Nov. 29      7 p.m.              Dallas Mavericks at Philadelphia 76ers
Tuesday, Dec. 2                                 NBA TV Fan Night

Wednesday, Dec. 3    8 p.m.              Memphis Grizzlies at Houston Rockets

Friday, Dec. 5             7 p.m.              Denver Nuggets at Washington Wizards
                                  10 p.m.           Indiana Pacers at Sacramento Kings

Monday, Dec. 8          7:30 p.m.        Denver Nuggets at Toronto Raptors

Tuesday, Dec. 9                                 NBA TV Fan Night

Saturday, Dec. 13      10 p.m.           Detroit Pistons at Sacramento Kings

Monday, Dec. 15        7 p.m.              Charlotte Hornets at Cleveland Cavaliers

Sunday, Dec. 21         6 p.m.              Philadelphia 76ers at Orlando Magic

Tuesday, Dec. 23                               NBA TV Fan Night

Friday, Dec. 26           8 p.m.              Charlotte Hornets at Oklahoma City Thunder

Saturday, Dec. 27      7:30 p.m.        Memphis Grizzlies at Miami Heat
                                 10 p.m.           New York Knicks at Sacramento Kings

Monday, Dec. 29        7 p.m.              Milwaukee Bucks at Charlotte Hornets

Tuesday, Dec. 30                               NBA TV Fan Night

Friday, Jan. 2              7 p.m.              Brooklyn Nets at Orlando Magic

Sunday, Jan. 4            9:30 p.m.        Indiana Pacers at L.A. Lakers

Monday, Jan. 5           8 p.m.              Washington Wizards at New Orleans Pelicans
                                  10:30 p.m.      Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden State Warriors

Tuesday, Jan. 6                                  NBA TV Fan Night

Monday, Jan. 12        7:30 p.m.        New Orleans Pelicans at Boston Celtics

Tuesday, Jan. 13                                NBA TV Fan Night

Thursday, Jan. 15      3 p.m.              New York Knicks vs. Milwaukee Bucks *

Saturday, Jan. 17       8 p.m.              Golden State Warriors at Houston Rockets

Monday, Jan. 19        5 p.m.              Dallas Mavericks at Memphis Grizzlies

Tuesday, Jan. 20                                NBA TV Fan Night

Saturday, Jan. 24       7 p.m.              New York Knicks at Charlotte Hornets
                                10 p.m.           Washington Wizards at Portland Trail Blazers

Sunday, Jan. 25         8 p.m.              Washington Wizards at Denver Nuggets

Monday, Jan. 26        7:30 p.m.        Portland Trail Blazers at Brooklyn Nets

Tuesday, Jan. 27                                NBA TV Fan Night **

Monday, Feb. 2          8 p.m.              Atlanta Hawks at New Orleans Pelicans

Tuesday, Feb. 3                                 NBA TV Fan Night **

Saturday, Feb. 7        7 p.m.              Chicago Bulls at New Orleans Pelicans

Sunday, Feb. 8           7 p.m.              San Antonio Spurs at Toronto Raptors

Monday, Feb. 9          8:30 p.m.        L.A. Clippers at Dallas Mavericks

Saturday, Feb. 21      8 p.m.              Phoenix Suns at Chicago Bulls

Sunday, Feb. 22         7 p.m.              Denver Nuggets at Oklahoma City Thunder
                                 9:30 p.m.        Boston Celtics at L.A. Lakers

Monday, Feb. 23        8 p.m.              Toronto Raptors at New Orleans Pelicans
                                 10:30 p.m.      Memphis Grizzlies at L.A. Clippers

Tuesday, Feb. 24                               NBA TV Fan Night

Saturday, Feb. 28      9 p.m.              San Antonio Spurs at Phoenix Suns

Sunday, March 1       7 p.m.              Cleveland Cavaliers at Houston Rockets

Monday, March 2      7:30 p.m.        Phoenix Suns at Miami Heat

Tuesday, March 3                             NBA TV Fan Night

Saturday, March 7    7:30 p.m.        Phoenix Suns at Cleveland Cavaliers

Sunday, March 8       6 p.m.              Utah Jazz at Brooklyn Nets
                                9:30 p.m.        Dallas Mavericks at L.A. Lakers

Monday, March 9      8 p.m.              Memphis Grizzlies at Chicago Bulls

Tuesday, March 10                           NBA TV Fan Night

Friday, March 13       8:30 p.m.        L.A. Clippers at Dallas Mavericks
Saturday, March 14  7 p.m.              Sacramento Kings at Washington Wizards

Sunday, March 15     9 p.m.              New York Knicks at Phoenix Suns

Tuesday, March 17                           NBA TV Fan Night

Monday, March 23    7:30 p.m.        Boston Celtics at Brooklyn Nets

Saturday, March 28  10 p.m.           Denver Nuggets at Portland Trail Blazers

Sunday, March 29     9 p.m.              Oklahoma City Thunder at Phoenix Suns

Monday, March 30    7:30 p.m.        Houston Rockets at Toronto Raptors
                                10 p.m.           Phoenix Suns at Portland Trail Blazers

Wednesday, April 1  7:30 p.m.        Brooklyn Nets at New York Knicks
                                10 p.m.           L.A. Clippers at Portland Trail Blazers

Sunday, April 5          7 p.m.              Golden State Warriors at San Antonio Spurs
                                 9:30 p.m.        L.A. Clippers at L.A. Lakers

Friday, April 10         8 p.m.              San Antonio Spurs at Houston Rockets
                                 10:30 p.m.      Minnesota Timberwolves at L.A. Lakers

Saturday, April 11     7:30 p.m.        Toronto Raptors at Miami Heat
                                 10:30 p.m.      Memphis Grizzlies at L.A. Clippers

Sunday, April 12       7 p.m.              New Orleans Pelicans at Houston Rockets
                                 9:30 p.m.        Dallas Mavericks at L.A. Lakers

Monday, April 13      8 p.m.              Portland Trail Blazers at Oklahoma City Thunder
                                 10:30 p.m.      Memphis Grizzlies at Golden State Warriors

* - Game to be played at O2 Arena, London, England
** - Denotes Fan Night Doubleheader