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Fox Sports Southwest:
FOX Sports Southwest announced its television schedule for the San Antonio Spurs first-round NBA Western Conference playoff series against the Los Angeles Lakers.
All games in the best-of-seven series not selected for national broadcast by ABC will be televised on FOX Sports Southwest in Spurs TV markets, beginning with Game 2.
First-round playoff games televised on FOX Sports Southwest will include SPURS LIVE pre and postgame shows.
FOX Sports Southwest also will televise special SPURS LIVE postgame shows after every Spurs playoff game in the teams postseason run.
Spurs announcers Bill Land (play-by-play) and Sean Elliott (analyst) will call games televised on
FOX Sports Southwest.
Ric Renner and Andrew Monaco will anchor SPURS LIVE. Postgame shows will include game highlights, podium press conferences, and interviews from the Spurs locker room.
SPURS-LAKERS NBA PLAYOFFS FIRST ROUND TV SCHEDULE
(All times listed are Central)
Game 1 Sun., April 21 Los Angeles at San Antonio 2...
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