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Fox Sports Indiana Announces 80-Game Pacers TV Schedule

All Games To Air On Bankers Life Indiana Pacers Radio Network

INDIANAPOLIS – FOX Sports Indiana will televise 78 Indiana Pacers regular season games for the 2016-17 NBA season, along with two preseason games, Oct. 6, when the Pacers host Chicago in Bankers Life Fieldhouse (7:00 p.m.) and Oct. 12, when the Pacers face the Milwaukee Bucks in Evansville, IN (7:30 p.m., EST).

The regular season schedule gets underway with the opener, Oct. 26, as the Pacers host Dallas (7:00 p.m.). Two nights later, FOX Sports Indiana will have the road opener at Brooklyn (7:30 p.m.). Included in the regular season schedule will be the Pacers' first-ever regular season game overseas, Jan. 12, when they play Denver in London (3:00 p.m., EST).

In addition, all Pacers games televised on FOX Sports Indiana will also be streamed live on FOX Sports GO, which is available to customers of participating pay-TV providers. FOX Sports GO is currently available for iOS, Apple TV, Android, Android TV, Chromecast, Fire tablets and Fire phones, Roku players and Roku TV, select Windows devices, Xbox One and online at FOXSportsGO.com. Fans can download the mobile app for free from the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Amazon App Store and Windows Store.

Four games (Boston, Nov. 22; New York, Jan. 23; San Antonio, Feb. 13; at Charlotte, Mar. 6) not televised by FOX Sports Indiana can be seen on TNT.

Chris Denari, in his 11th season as play-by-play announcer, and Quinn Buckner, in his 18th season as analyst, will call the action. Jeremiah Johnson will be the "Pacers Live" pregame and postgame show host as well as in-game sideline reporter.

The Bankers Life Indiana Pacers' Radio Network will carry every game in the preseason and regular season. All games can be heard on 93.5 FM and 1070 AM, except for the Dec. 5 game at Golden State and the Jan. 1 game vs. Orlando. Those will be carried on 107.5 FM. Mark Boyle returns for his 28th season as play-by-play man. He'll be joined for all home games by Bob "Slick" Leonard, in his 32nd year as a Pacers broadcaster. Former Pacers player Austin Croshere will join Boyle on selected road games. Pat Boylan will be in his third season as the sideline reporter for home games and studio host for all games.

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