LA Clippers to Resume Play July 30 on Fox Sports Prime Ticket
Prime Ticket Will Deliver All Eight Remaining Regular Season Games Live to Fans Throughout Southern California
The Clippers and Prime Ticket have announced the team’s local broadcast schedule for the remainder of the 2019-20 regular season, making sure Clipper Nation can provide unwavering support to inspire the team, regardless of geography. All eight of the remaining seeding game telecasts will air live on Prime Ticket from ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex outside Orlando, Florida.
Prime Ticket will resume production of live regional coverage on Thursday, July 30 when the LA Clippers play the Los Angeles Lakers at 6:00 p.m. PT. Additionally, all games airing on the regional sports network will be available for live streaming via the FOX Sports GO app and FOXSportsGO.com, with Clippers CourtVision powered by Amazon Web Services Modes available there as well.
Games airing on Prime Ticket will be uniquely produced for LA Clippers fans using a combination of the game feeds provided by the NBA and select camera angles made available to Prime Ticket. The live broadcasts will also feature the familiar graphics package native to the regional sports network. Returning behind the mic, play-by-play announcer, Brian Sieman, analyst, Chauncey Billups and reporter, Kristina Pink will each call the games from the Prime Ticket studios in Downtown Los Angeles. LA Clippers radio announcer Noah Eagle will call the games live on the radio on A.M. 570 L.A. Sports from the Prime Ticket studios as well.
Surrounding all live game telecasts, “Clippers Live” will return to the programming lineup prior to and immediately following each game. Led by Jeanne Zelasko andEagle, rotating as hosts, Mike Fratello, Don MacLean and Corey Maggette – along with Sieman, Billups and Pink – will all contribute remotely via a video-conference style roundtable discussion.
The game and broadcast schedule is available at www.clippers.com/schedule.