Your NBA Announcing Schedule For The Week Of 11/10

Monday, November 10, 2008


Here's your NBA announcing schedule for this week, and once again there a ton of great games to check out. Lot of West Coast teams (including the Blazers and Lakers twice) as well as three Pistons games as the make the trip to the left side of the country. Here are the rest of your games for the week....

Monday, November 10th

Portland Trailblazers at Orlando Magic (NBATV, 7pm)- Local Announcers

Tuesday, November 11th

Fan Night Matchup: LA Lakers at Dallas Mavericks (NBA TV, 8:30pm)- Local Announcers

Wednesday, November 12th

Portland Trail Blazers at Miami Heat (ESPN, 8pm)- Mark Jones, Jon Barry
Houston Rockets at Phoenix Suns (ESPN, 10:30pm)- Dan Shulman, Hubie Brown

Thursday, November 13th

Denver Nuggets at Cleveland Cavaliers (TNT, 8:15pm)- Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, Mike Fratello and David Aldridge
Detroit Pistons at Golden State Warriors (TNT, 10:30pm)- Kevin Harlan, Doug Collins and Craig Sager

Friday, November 14th

Denver Nuggets at Boston Celtics (ESPN, 8pm)- Mike Breen, Mark Jackson, Jeff Van Gundy
Detroit Pistons at LA Lakers (ESPN, 10:30pm)- Dan Shulman, Hubie Brown

Saturday, November 15th

New Orleans Hornets at Houston Rockets (NBA TV, 8:30pm)- Local Announcers

Sunday, November 16th

Detroit Pistons at Phoenix Suns (NBA TV, 8pm)- Local Announcers

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 2:51 PM

5 Comments:

Must we see the same teams every week?

Anonymous said...
Nov 10, 2008, 3:19:00 PM  

Would you like to see playoff teams with interesting players or the Thunder???

GMoney said...
Nov 10, 2008, 4:05:00 PM  

This is the worst part of your blog. Nobody cares about announcing schedules.

Scott F. said...
Nov 10, 2008, 4:15:00 PM  

Really? I think the announcing schedules are one of the most important things... considered the blog is called "Awful Announcing"

Scott said...
Nov 10, 2008, 5:42:00 PM  

ESPN and TNT only cover, like, six teams between them.

I agree with anon 3:19. I'd like to see different teams once in a while instead of the same ones all the time.

Anonymous said...
Nov 10, 2008, 6:52:00 PM  

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