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Trail Blazers Announce 2007/08 Broadcast Schedule

All 82 regular season games to be televised for first time in franchise history; 34 games in High-Definition

The Portland Trail Blazers announced today the team will televise a franchise-record 76 regular season games in addition to one preseason game for the 2007-08 season.

Of the teamís 82 regular season games, 53 will air on Comcast SportsNet (CSN) and 23 can be seen on KGW Northwest NewsChannel 8. The Oct. 24 preseason game vs. Seattle will also air on KGW, giving fans a rare preview of the upcoming season.

The teamís remaining six games not covered by CSN or KGW will air nationally on TNT. Additionally, six games are scheduled to be televised on ESPN and seven on NBA TV. Those 13 appearances will be locally aired simultaneously by either CSN or KGW.

The 24 games on KGW will be broadcast throughout the state on the Trail Blazers Television Network in Eugene, Bend and Medford.

The Trail Blazers continue to expand the number of games shown in High-Definition, with 34 dates now being broadcast in HDTV. That number is up from 10 last season, the first year of Trail Blazers basketball in HD.

Mike Barrett, with nine seasons of experience as a member of the Trail Blazers broadcast team and author of the popular ďBarrettís BlogĒ on trailblazers.com, will mark his fifth season as television play-by-play announcer, while Mike Rice enters his third season as television commentator and 18th overall as a Trail Blazers broadcaster.

The Trail Blazers have bolstered their TV broadcast team with the additions of Rebecca Haarlow as sideline reporter, Tony Luftman as studio host and Michael Holton as studio analyst. Luftman and Holton will anchor the teamís expanded pre- and postgame shows.

Haarlow, who has worked the sidelines for the Big Ten Network, the Sacramento Kings and the Golden State Warriors, joins the Trail Blazers from FSN Los Angeles. Luftman comes to Portland from the Memphis Grizzlies, where he served as the teamís sideline reporter and pregame radio host. Holton, a former Trail Blazer from 1986-88, and University of Portland head coach, has extensive coaching experience at the collegiate level in addition to his duties as a college basketball analyst for ESPN.

All Trail Blazers games, preseason and regular season, will again be broadcast on Newsradio 750 AM KXL and on the Trail Blazersí statewide radio network, with Brian Wheeler calling the play-by-play for his 10th season and Antonio Harvey beginning his third season as commentator. Jay Allen, KXLís Sports Director, will host the radio pre- and postgame shows.

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October
HD Wed. 24 *Seattle 7:00 KGW
Tue. 30 at San Antonio 5:00 TNT
November
Fri. 2 at New Orleans 5:00 CSN
Sat. 3 at Houston 5:30 KGW/NBATV
HD Wed. 7 New Orleans 7:30 CSN/ESPN
Fri. 9 Memphis 7:00 CSN
HD Sat. 10 Dallas 7:00 CSN
HD Tue. 13 Detroit 7:00 CSN
Wed. 14 at Denver 6:00 KGW
Fri. 16 at Philadelphia 4:00 CSN
Sat. 17 at Washington 4:00 KGW
Mon. 19 at Charlotte 4:00 CSN
HD Wed. 21 New Jersey 7:00 CSN
HD Fri. 23 Sacramento 7:00 CSN
HD Mon. 26 Orlando 7:00 CSN
Wed. 28 Indiana 7:00 CSN
Fri. 30 at Dallas 5:30 KGW
December
Sun. 2 at San Antonio 12:30 CSN
Mon. 3 at Memphis 5:00 KGW
Thu. 6 Miami 7:30 TNT
HD Sun. 9 Milwaukee 3:00 CSN
Tue. 11 at Utah 6:00 KGW
HD Wed. 12 Golden State 7:00 CSN
HD Fri. 14 Utah 7:00 CSN
Sun. 16 at Denver 5:00 CSN/NBATV
HD Mon. 17 New Orleans 7:00 CSN
HD Wed. 19 Toronto 7:00 CSN
HD Fri. 21 Denver 7:00 CSN
HD Tue. 25 Seattle 5:00 KGW/ESPN
HD Fri. 28 Minnesota 7:00 CSN
HD Sun. 30 Philadelphia 3:00 CSN
Mon. 31 at Utah 5:00 KGW
January
Wed. 2 at Minnesota 5:00 CSN
Thu. 3 at Chicago 5:00 TNT
HD Sat. 5 Utah 7:00 CSN/NBATV
HD Wed. 9 Golden State 7:00 CSN
Sun. 13 at Toronto 9:30 AM KGW
Mon. 14 at New Jersey 4:30 CSN/NBATV
Wed. 16 at Boston 4:30 CSN
Fri. 18 at Miami 4:00 CSN/ESPN
Sat. 19 at Orlando 4:00 CSN
Mon. 21 at Atlanta 11:00 AM CSN
Wed. 23 at New Orleans 5:00 KGW
HD Fri. 25 Houston 7:00 CSN
HD Sun. 27 Atlanta 3:00 CSN
HD Wed. 30 Cleveland 6:00 KGW/ESPN
February
HD Fri. 1 New York 7:30 CSN/ESPN
HD Mon. 4 Denver 7:00 CSN/NBATV
HD Wed. 6 Chicago 7:00 CSN
Fri. 8 at Detroit 5:00 CSN
Sat. 9 at Indiana 4:00 KGW
Mon. 11 at Houston 5:30 CSN
Wed. 13 at Dallas 5:30 KGW
HD Tue. 19 Sacramento 7:00 CSN
Thu. 21 Seattle 7:30 TNT
Fri. 22 at Seattle 7:30 KGW
Sun. 24 Boston 3:00 CSN
Tue. 26 at L.A. Lakers 7:30 KGW
Wed. 27 at L.A. Clippers 7:30 CSN
HD Fri. 29 L.A. Lakers 7:30 KGW/ESPN
March
Sun. 2 at Golden State 6:00 KGW
HD Tue. 4 Phoenix 7:00 CSN
Fri. 7 at Milwaukee 5:30 CSN
Sat. 8 at New York 4:30 KGW
Mon. 10 at Cleveland 4:00 CSN
Tue. 11 at Minnesota 5:00 CSN
Thu. 13 at Sacramento 7:00 CSN
HD Sat. 15 Minnesota 7:00 CSN
Tue. 18 Phoenix 7:30 TNT
HD Fri. 21 L.A. Clippers 7:00 CSN
Sat. 22 at L.A. Clippers 7:30 KGW
Mon. 24 at Seattle 7:00 KGW/NBATV
HD Tue. 25 Washington 7:00 CSN
Thu. 27 at Golden State 7:30 CSN
HD Sat. 29 Charlotte 7:00 CSN
April
Wed. 2 at L.A. Lakers 7:30 KGW
Thu. 3 Houston 7:30 TNT
Sun. 6 San Antonio 3:00 CSN
HD Tue. 8 L.A. Lakers 7:00 CSN
Fri. 11 at Sacramento 7:00 KGW
HD Sat. 12 Dallas 7:00 CSN/NBATV
HD Tue. 15 Memphis 7:00 CSN
Wed. 16 at Phoenix 7:00 KGW
*Preseason game
All times Pacific
All times PM, unless otherwise noted
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