Apr 17, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan (21) during player introductions before the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves at the AT

Spurs Announce Broadcast Schedule For First Round

The San Antonio Spurs today announced their local broadcast schedule for the first round in the best-of-seven NBA Playoff series against the L.A. Lakers. The Spurs are the second seed in the Western Conference and will host Game 1 against the seventh-seeded Lakers on Sunday at 2:30 p.m.

Game 1 will be televised exclusively by ABC. The remaining first round games will be broadcast live on FOX Sports Southwest, with Bill Land and Sean Elliott calling the action. Each game will also feature 30-minute Spurs Live pre and postgame show, featuring co-hosts Andrew Monaco, Richard Oliver and Ric Renner.

The Spurs (58-24) are making their 16th consecutive postseason appearance and have extended their NBA record of 50 or more wins to 14 consecutive seasons.

All Spurs playoff games can also be heard on WOAI 1200-AM with Bill Schoening and KCOR 1350-AM with Paul Castro.

ROUND 1 TELEVISION BROADCAST SCHEDULE
Game 1 – Sunday, April 21 – Spurs vs Lakers – 2:30 PM ABC
Game 2
– Wednesday, April 24 – Spurs vs Lakers – 8:30 PM FSSW
Game 3 – Friday, April 26 –  Spurs at Lakers – 9:30 PM FSSW
Game 4 – Sunday, April 28 – Spurs at Lakers –  6:00 PM FSSW
*Game 5 – Tuesday, April 30 – Spurs vs Lakers – TBD – FSSW
*Game 6 – Thursday, May 2 – Spurs at Lakers – TBD – FSSW
*Game 7 – Saturday, May 4 – Spurs vs Lakers – TBD – FSSW

*If Neccesary    – All times Central

 The Spurs 2013 Playoffs are presented by H-E-B and Wingstop. Playoff tickets for Round 1, Games A & B, are on sale now at the AT&T Center Southeast Box Office. Tickets are also available for purchase online at Spurs.comATTCenter.com or by calling a Spurs ticket representative at 210-444-5050.

(Information above from San Antonio Spurs Official Team page)

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