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Warriors Announce 2011-12 Television & Radio Schedules
December 16, 2011
Warriors Announce 2011-12 Television & Radio Schedules
TV Docket Features Every Regular-Season Game For Third Straight Season; 64 On Comcast SportsNet Bay Area KNBR 680 & 1050 Combine To Broadcast All 66 Regular-Season Contests & Two Preseason Games

For the third consecutive season every regular-season Golden State Warriors game will be available on television and on radio, the team announced today.

Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, the exclusive television home for Warriors games in Northern California, will televise a total of 64 contests during the 2011-12 season, beginning with two preseason games against the Sacramento Kings (December 17 & 20) in advance of Opening Night against the Los Angeles Clippers on Christmas Night, Sunday, December 25, at Oracle Arena. Included on the 64-game HDTV local docket are 61 games on the main channel and three games on Comcast SportsNet Plus. For the 15th consecutive season, play-by-play announcer Bob Fitzgerald will team with 27-year veteran analyst Jim Barnett to describe the action on all Comcast SportsNet Bay Area telecasts.

In addition to the 62 regular-season games that are slated for telecast on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, the Warriors are also scheduled to make 10 national television appearances, with six (6) games airing on ESPN (all of which will also be shown on CSN Bay Area) and four (4) appearance on TNT.

KNBR 680 and KNBR 1050 will once again serve as co-flagship stations for all Warriors radio broadcasts, marking KNBRs 36th season as the radio home of Warriors basketball. Along with broadcasting all 66 regular-season and two preseason Warriors games, KNBR will also continue to air the Warriors Roundtable radio show. Tim Roye, who is entering his 17th season as the voice of Warriors radio, will once again handle play-by-play duties. Additionally, KNBR 1050 will broadcast both of the teams preseason contests against the Sacramento Kings.

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