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FOX Sports Oklahoma announced Wednesday that it will carry 58 of the Oklahoma City Thunder's 66 regular-season games in the 2011-2012 season. All of the games will be broadcast in HD. The remaining eight games will be NBA national exclusives carried only on ABC or TNT.
The regular-season broadcast schedule on FOX Sports Oklahoma begins on Christmas night, Dec. 25, when the Thunder hosts the Orlando Magic at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City as part of the NBA's opening day schedule. In addition, one of the Thunder's preseason games, Tuesday, Dec. 20 at home against Dallas, will be carried on FOX Sports Oklahoma.
Thunder TV broadcasters Brian Davis (play-by-play), Grant Long (analyst) and Kelly Crull (reporter) return for the new season. They join members of FOX Sports Oklahoma's "Thunder Live" pregame and postgame studio crew of John Rhadigan, Dana Larson and former NBA player Stephen Howard.
Along with the 58-game Thunder schedule, FOX Sports Oklahoma will again carry the weekly "Thunder Insider" show. Presented by INTEGRIS Health, "Thunder Insider" offers an array of Thunder features, player profiles and community reports. It is hosted by Kelly Crull and features the entire Thunder broadcast team.
2011-2012 FOX Sports Oklahoma Thunder Television Schedule
Day Date Opponent Time (CT)
Tuesday December 20 Dallas Mavericks (preseason) 7:00pm
Sunday December 25 Orlando Magic 7:00pm
Monday December 26 @ Minnesota Timberwolves 7:00pm
Wed. December 28 @ Memphis Grizzlies 7:00pm
Saturday December 31 Phoenix Suns 7:00pm
Monday January 2 @ Dallas Mavericks 7:30pm
Tuesday January 3 Portland Trailblazers 7:00pm
Friday January 6 Houston Rockets 7:00pm
Saturday January 7 @ Houston Rockets 7:00pm
Sunday January 8 San Antonio Spurs 6:00pm
Tuesday January 10 @ Memphis Grizzlies 7:00pm
Wed. January 11 @ New Orleans Hornets 7:00pm
Saturday January 14 New York Knicks 7:00pm
Wed. January 18 @ Washington Wizards 6:00pm
Saturday January 21 @ New Jersey Nets 7:00pm
Monday January 23 Detroit Pistons 7:00pm
Wed. January 25 New Orleans Hornets 7:00pm
Friday January 27 @ Golden State Warriors 9:30pm
Monday January 30 @ Los Angeles Clippers 9:30pm
Wednesday February 1 @ Dallas Mavericks 7:00pm
Friday February 3 Memphis Grizzlies 7:00pm
Saturday February 4 @ San Antonio Spurs 7:30pm
Monday February 6 @ Portland Trailblazers 9:00pm
Tuesday February 7 @ Golden State Warriors 9:30pm
Friday February 10 @ Utah Jazz 9:30pm
Tuesday February 14 Utah Jazz 7:00pm
Wednesday February 15 @ Houston Rockets 7:00pm
Friday February 17 Golden State Warriors 7:00pm
Sunday February 19 Denver Nuggets 7:00pm
Monday February 20 New Orleans Hornets 7:00pm
Wednesday February 22 Boston Celtics 7:00pm
Wednesday February 29 @ Philadelphia 76ers 6:00pm
Saturday March 3 @ Atlanta Hawks 6:00pm
Monday March 5 Dallas Mavericks 7:00pm
Wednesday March 7 Phoenix Suns 7:00pm
Friday March 9 Cleveland Cavaliers 7:00pm
Saturday March 10 Charlotte Bobcats 7:00pm
Tuesday March 13 Houston Rockets 7:00pm
Thursday March 15 @ Denver Nuggets 8:00pm
Friday March 16 San Antonio Spurs 8:30pm
Sunday March 18 Portland Trailblazers 8:30pm
Tuesday March 20 @ Utah Jazz 8:00pm
Wednesday March 21 Los Angeles Clippers 7:00pm
Friday March 23 Minnesota Timberwolves 7:00pm
Sunday March 25 Miami Heat 7:00pm
Tuesday March 27 @ Portland Trailblazers 9:00pm
Monday April 2 Memphis Grizzlies 7:00pm
Wednesday April 4 @ Miami Heat 7:00pm
Friday April 6 @ Indiana Pacers 6:00pm
Sunday April 8 Toronto Raptors 6:00pm
Monday April 9 @ Milwaukee Bucks 7:00pm
Wednesday April 11 Los Angeles Clippers 7:00pm
Friday April 13 Sacramento Kings 7:00pm
Saturday April 14 @ Minnesota Timberwolves 7:00pm
Monday April 16 @ Los Angeles Clippers 9:30pm
Wednesday April 18 @ Phoenix Suns 9:00pm
Friday April 20 @ Sacramento Kings 9:00pm
Tuesday April 24 Sacramento Kings 7:00pm
Wednesday April 25 Denver Nuggets 7:00pm
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