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Clippers will have 32 nationally televised games, most in team history

Clippers will have 32 nationally televised games, most in team history
Ralph Lawler and Mike Smith are returning as announcers on TV broadcasts of Clippers games. Above, Lawler, center, and Smith, right, in 2009. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)

Prime Ticket and sister network Fox Sports West will broadcast 72 Clippers regular-season games and six preseason games.

Ralph Lawler will return as play-by-play announcer, and former Clipper Michael Smith will return as color analyst. Kristina Pink and Kyle Montgomery will alternate as courtside reporters.

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Mark Rogondino will host "Clippers Live." Don MacLean will offer analysis and Montgomery will alternate in the anchor chair.

Thirty-two of the Clippers games will be nationally televised, the highest number in franchise history. The team is scheduled to appear four times on ABC, nine times on TNT, 10 times on ESPN and nine times on NBA TV. Two preseason games will also be nationally televised.

Prime Ticket also announced air times for several non-game programs. "Clippers Live: Season Preview Special" will air after the team's preseason game on Oct. 24. "In My Own Words: Steve Ballmer" will air Oct. 31 after the Clippers play the Lakers. "Clippers Weekly" will debut Nov. 5 and continue every Wednesday during the season. "Clippers Insider: '14-'15 Clippers Spirit Squad" will debut Nov. 10 after the Clippers play the Spurs. "Before the Bigs: J.J. Redick" will debut later in the season.




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