Originally written on Awful Announcing  |  Last updated 10/29/14


Here is your NBA national announcing schedule for the coming week.  Is it too early to call Friday night's Knicks-Celtics game an elimination game with both teams strug-g-ling mightily?  Maybe it shouldn't be too much longer before we see the Cavs (?!?) back on national television if Kyrie Irving can pull off more game winners like this.

Monday January 30

Chicago Bulls @ Washington Wizards (NBA TV 7PM) Local Broadcast

Oklahoma City Thunder @ LA Clippers (NBA TV 10:30) Local Broadcast

Tuesday January 31

Denver Nuggets @ Memphis Grizzlies (NBA TV 8PM) Ernie Johnson, Greg Anthony, Chris Webber

Wednesday February 1

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Dallas Mavericks (ESPN 8PM) Mike Breen, Hubie Brown

Los Angeles Clippers @ Utah Jazz (ESPN 10:30PM) Terry Gannon, Chris Mullin

Thursday February 2

Chicago Bulls @ New York Knicks (TNT 8PM) Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller

Denver Nuggets @ Los Angeles Clippers (TNT 10:30PM) Marv Albert, Steve Kerr

Friday February 3

New York Knicks @ Boston Celtics (ESPN 8PM) Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy

Los Angeles Lakers @ Denver Nuggets (ESPN 10:30PM) Terry Gannon, Hubie Brown

Saturday February 4

Orlando Magic @ Indiana Pacers (NBA TV 7PM) Local Broadcast

Denver Nuggets @ Portland Trail Blazers (NBA TV 10PM) Local Broadcast

Sunday February 5

Memphis Grizzlies @ Boston Celtics (NBA TV Noon) Local Broadcast

H/T Sammy!

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