FOX Sports South, FOX Sports Southeast announce 2017 Atlanta Dream television schedule


ATLANTA – FOX Sports South and FOX Sports Southeast will televise a combined 20 regular season games during the 2017 season. Coverage will tip off Sunday, May 21, at 3:00 p.m. ET when the Dream take on the Chicago Sky on FOX Sports Southeast. The complete schedule is attached.

The games will also be available on FOX Sports GO (, a free app that provides live streaming video of content televised on FOX Sports through programming distributors. For more information, reference the attached FOX Sports GO FAQ document.

“We are very proud to share in the tenth anniversary of the Atlanta Dream,” said Jeff Genthner, Senior Vice President and General Manager, FOX Sports South and FOX Sports Southeast. “We look forward to delivering game telecasts with high-quality production to fans across the Southeast on our networks and streaming on FOX Sports GO.”

“The Atlanta Dream is excited to continue our partnership with FOX Sports South and FOX Sports Southeast as we celebrate our 10th anniversary,” team president Theresa Wenzel said. “With all of our home games on television and streaming on FOX Sports GO, we will have a wonderful platform to highlight the players on and off the court.”

Bob Rathbun will serve as play-by-play announcer, alongside analyst LaChina Robinson, marking their eighth season working together on Dream telecasts.

Rathbun has been FOX Sports Southeast’s play-by-play announcer with the Atlanta Hawks for the past 21 seasons. Robinson was a four-year starter on the Wake Forest University women’s basketball team and has served as an analyst for ACC women’s basketball on FOX Sports South.

Dream telecasts on FOX Sports South and FOX Sports Southeast will reach 13 million households across Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Channel listings for additional markets can be found here.

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