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Prime Ticket to televise 74 Clippers games during 2015-16 season
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Prime Ticket to televise 74 Clippers games during 2015-16 season

Published Sep. 24, 2015 12:50 p.m. ET

The L.A. Clippers and Prime Ticket/FOX Sports West today announced the team's broadcast schedule for the 2015-16 season, highlighted by 71 regional television broadcasts and 33 nationally televised contests.

Prime Ticket and its sister network, FOX Sports West, will regionally telecast a total of 71 Clippers regular season games and three preseason contests during the upcoming season throughout Southern California. All games airing in Los Angeles on Prime Ticket will also be available in San Diego on FOX Sports San Diego.

For the complete 2015-16 schedule, please click here.

"The Voice of the Clippers," Ralph Lawler, returns for his 37th year as the Clippers play-by-play announcer alongside 14-year color analyst and former Clippers forward Michael Smith. Returning to the sidelines this season, Kristina Pink will alternate at the reporter position with Kyle Montgomery


Clippers telecasts on Prime Ticket are extended by "Clippers Live" and will again feature host Mark Rogondino, with Montgomery alternating in the anchor chair throughout the season. With the return of analysts Don MacLean and Corey Maggette, "Clippers Live" provides unmatched access to the team, coaches and more, while exclusive features further connect viewers both before and after all telecasts on Prime Ticket.

In addition, all Clippers games televised on Prime Ticket will also be streamed live on FOX Sports GO. The FOX Sports GO offering is available to customers of participating pay-TV providers on iOS, Android, Fire tablets and Fire phones, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, select Windows devices, and online at Fans can download the mobile app for free from the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Amazon App Store and Windows Store.

Seven of the Clippers remaining contests not televised on Prime Ticket will air nationally on TNT with the other four being nationally televised on ABC. The Clippers 33 nationally televised games is the highest number in franchise history, with the Clippers scheduled to appear four times on ABC, 10 times on TNT, 10 times on ESPN and nine times on NBA TV. Over the last four seasons, the Clippers have appeared in at least 29 nationally televised games each season. The Clippers will also appear on national television three times during the preseason, once on ESPN and twice on NBA TV.

In their 20th season overall as a telecast partner and seventh season as the sole television home for the Clippers, Prime Ticket and FOX Sports West will provide all game telecasts in High Definition (HD). 

All 2015-16 preseason, regular season and Playoff games can be heard on the radio on the all sports home of the Clippers, The Beast 980. In his ninth season with the team, Brian Sieman calls all the action while Lawler and Smith team up with him to announce all nationally televised games not shown on PRIME TICKET. All regular season games can also be heard in Spanish on KWKW 1330 AM ESPN Deportes or KWKU 1220 AM.

Prime Ticket is the local destination for the Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Clippers and Big West Conference athletics. Together, Prime Ticket and sister network FOX Sports West present more live, local sports programming than any other network or broadcast system in the market. Serving sports fans in Southern California, Nevada and Hawaii, the regional networks produce over 700 live sporting events and telecast over 2,500 hours of live and original programming every year.

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