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Cleveland Cavaliers Have One Nationally Televised Game in 2013-14; All Others Will Be Fox Sports Ohio

August 29th, 2013 at 1:57 PM
By Pat Murphy

'Austin Carr and Fred McLeod' photo (c) 2012, Erik Drost - license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

The Cleveland Cavaliers will have one nationally televised game during the 2013-14 NBA season. This will be a January 30 game at the New York Knicks, which will be aired on TNT.

All 81 of the remaining Cavalier games will once again be carried by Fox Sports Ohio.

The first broadcast will be on opening night, Wednesday October 30. The coverage will begin with a special one-hour edition of Cavaliers Live airing at 6 PM, followed by the game against the Brooklyn Nets at Quicken Loans Arena.

Aside from the first game, the other 80 Fox Sports Ohio broadcasts will feature a 30 minute in-depth pre-game coverage as was the case last season. The halftime show and post-game version of Cavaliers Live.

The coverage team from last year's broadcast will remain the same. Play-by-play will be handled by Frank McLeod with former Cavalier Austin Carr contributing the color commentary. Allie Clifton will once again be the sideline reporter for the games and Jeff Phelps and Camby Russell will host Cavaliers Live.

As was the case last year, Phelps will host Cavaliers in the Paint. This will give news and highlights in all things Cavaliers and will premier at 6 PM on November 5.

This will allow for Cavalier fans across Ohio to enjoy their favorite team with the local flair they have grown to love. 

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