FOX Sports Southeast announces second-half coverage of Atlanta Hawks season
ATLANTA – FOX Sports Southeast (rebranding to Bally Sports Southeast in the coming weeks) will televise 35 of the final 36 Atlanta Hawks games for the Second Half of the 2020-21 NBA season. The telecasts will continue to be anchored by the network’s flagship pre- and postgame show, Hawks LIVE.
The first broadcast on the network following the All-Star break will be Thursday, March 11, at 7 p.m. ET against the Toronto Raptors. The Second Half broadcast schedule will include 18 games at State Farm Arena and 17 road contests, concluding on Sunday, May 16, when the Hawks take on the Houston Rockets.
Bob Rathbun and Dominique Wilkins will continue to call games alongside reporter Kelly Crull, with former Hawk Vince Carter joining the booth for select telecasts. Hawks LIVE broadcasters will include Jerome Jurenovich and Renee Montgomery for the balance of the season, with Mike “Stinger” Glenn joining select telecasts. The broadcast team will remain at State Farm Arena to call both home and away games from designated broadcast areas.
The scheduled dates for Carter to join Rathbun and Wilkins are Saturday, March 20, at 3 p.m. ET at the Los Angeles Lakers; Sunday, April 4, at 7 p.m. ET against the Golden State Warriors; Wednesday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. ET at the New York Knicks; Friday, April 23, at 7 p.m. ET against the Miami Heat; and the regular season finale on Sunday, May 16, against the Houston Rockets.
The network’s complete and real-time schedule can be found here with local channel listings here (schedule is subject to change, check local listings). Game telecasts can also be streamed live on the FOX Sports GO app as an extension of a paid TV service, with related content available @HawksOnFSSE Twitter accountFOXSportsSouth Facebook pageSouth Instagram account
The NBA’s 75th regular season was divided into two halves, resulting in a 72-game regular season schedule. FOX Sports Southeast has televised all 36 Hawks games so far this season. The addition of 35 Second Half games will give the network 71 of the 72 regular season games in 2021.