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NBC SPORTS BAY AREA ANNOUNCES 2019 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS COVERAGE

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NBC Sports Bay Area

NBC SPORTS BAY AREA ANNOUNCES 2019 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS COVERAGE

Network to Present 147 Regular-Season Games, 5 Spring Training Games

 

Kelli Johnson Named New Anchor for Giants Shows

 

Complete Game-Day Coverage with One-Hour “Giants Pregame Live” and

“Giants Postgame Live”

 

Comprehensive Giants and MLB Coverage via “MyTeams by NBC Sports”

Mobile App and NBCSportsBayArea.com

 

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – February 5, 2019 – NBC Sports Bay Area today announced its coverage of the San Francisco Giants for the 2019 season, which includes 152 games (147 regular season, 5 spring training); comprehensive game-day coverage with one-hour Giants Pregame Live and Giants Postgame Live shows – hosted by new anchor and Emmy Award-winning sports broadcaster Kelli Johnson (@KJohnsonNBCS); and season-long Giants and MLB news and analysis, insider reports and extensive video via the MyTeams by NBC Sports mobile app and NBCSportsBayArea.com.

 

The Giants regular season on NBC Sports Bay Area gets underway on Thursday, March 28 at 1 p.m. when the Giants play the San Diego Padres at Petco Park.  NBC Sports Bay Area will present the Giants home opener against the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday, April 5 at 1:30 p.m.

 

In addition to the 147 regular season games, NBC Sports Bay Area will televise five spring training games: Oakland A's (March 7, 25, 26), Milwaukee Brewers (March 12) and Cleveland Indians (March 20).

 

NBC Sports Bay Area’s Giants telecasts feature the Emmy Award-winning broadcast team of Duane Kuiper (play-by-play) and Mike Krukow (color analyst), who will be joined by Amy Gutierrez (in-game reporter, (@AmyGGiants) during home games.  Former Giants pitchers Shawn Estes (@sestes55) and Javier Lopez will join Kuiper in the broadcast booth as color analysts for select games.

 

 

2019 San Francisco Giants on NBC Sports Bay Area:

 

DAY

DATE

VS/AT

OPPONENT

TIME (PT)

Thursday

3/7

vs

Oakland A's (Exhibition)

6:00 PM

Tuesday

3/12

vs

Milwaukee Brewers (Exhibition)

7:00 PM

Wednesday

3/20

vs

Cleveland Indians (Exhibition)

7:00 PM

Monday

3/25

vs

Oakland A's (Exhibition)

6:30 PM

Tuesday

3/26

vs

Oakland A's (Exhibition)

6:30 PM

Thursday

3/28

at

San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Saturday

3/30

at

San Diego Padres

5:30 PM

Sunday

3/31

at

San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Monday

4/1

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Tuesday

4/2

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Wednesday

4/3

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Friday

4/5

vs

Tampa Bay Rays

1:30 PM

Saturday

4/6

vs

Tampa Bay Rays

1:00 PM

Sunday

4/7

vs

Tampa Bay Rays

1:00 PM

Monday

4/8

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

4/9

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

Wednesday

4/10

vs

San Diego Padres

12:30 PM

Thursday

4/11

vs

Colorado Rockies

6:30 PM

Friday

4/12

vs

Colorado Rockies

7:00 PM

Saturday

4/13

vs

Colorado Rockies

1:00 PM

Sunday

4/14

vs

Colorado Rockies

1:00 PM

Tuesday

4/16

at

Washington Nationals

4:00 PM

Wednesday

4/17

at

Washington Nationals

4:00 PM

Thursday

4/18

at

Washington Nationals

10:00 AM

Saturday

4/20

at

Pittsburgh Pirates

1:00 PM

Sunday

4/21

at

Pittsburgh Pirates

10:30 AM

Tuesday

4/23

at

Toronto Blue Jays

4:00 PM

Wednesday

4/24

at

Toronto Blue Jays

1:00 PM

Saturday

4/27

vs

New York Yankees

1:00 PM

Sunday

4/28

vs

New York Yankees

1:00 PM

Monday

4/29

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

4/30

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

6:30 PM

Wednesday

5/1

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

6:30 PM

Friday

5/3

at

Cincinnati Reds

4:00 PM

Saturday

5/4

at

Cincinnati Reds

4:00 PM

Sunday

5/5

at

Cincinnati Reds

1:00 PM

Monday

5/6

at

Cincinnati Reds

9:30 AM

Tuesday

5/7

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Wednesday

5/8

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Thursday

5/9

at

Colorado Rockies

12:00 PM

Friday

5/10

vs

Cincinnati Reds

7:00 PM

Saturday

5/11

vs

Cincinnati Reds

6:00 PM

Sunday

5/12

vs

Cincinnati Reds

1:00 PM

* Tuesday

5/14

vs

Toronto Blue Jays

6:30 PM

Wednesday

5/15

vs

Toronto Blue Jays

12:30 PM

Saturday

5/18

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

7:00 PM

Sunday

5/19

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Monday

5/20

vs

Atlanta Braves

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

5/21

vs

Atlanta Braves

6:30 PM

Wednesday

5/22

vs

Atlanta Braves

6:30 PM

Thursday

5/23

vs

Atlanta Braves

12:30 PM

Saturday

5/25

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Sunday

5/26

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Tuesday

5/28

at

Miami Marlins

4:00 PM

Wednesday

5/29

at

Miami Marlins

4:00 PM

Thursday

5/30

at

Miami Marlins

10:00 AM

Friday

5/31

at

Baltimore Orioles

4:00 PM

Saturday

6/1

at

Baltimore Orioles

1:00 PM

Sunday

6/2

at

Baltimore Orioles

10:00 AM

Tuesday

6/4

at

New York Mets

4:00 PM

Wednesday

6/5

at

New York Mets

4:00 PM

Thursday

6/6

at

New York Mets

9:00 AM

Sunday

6/9

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

1:00 PM

* Tuesday

6/11

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

Wednesday

6/12

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

Saturday

6/15

vs

Milwaukee Brewers

1:00 PM

Sunday

6/16

vs

Milwaukee Brewers

1:00 PM

Monday

6/17

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Tuesday

6/18

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Wednesday

6/19

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Friday

6/21

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

Saturday

6/22

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

7:00 PM

Sunday

6/23

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Monday

6/24

vs

Colorado Rockies

7:00 PM

* Tuesday

6/25

vs

Colorado Rockies

6:30 PM

Wednesday

6/26

vs

Colorado Rockies

12:30 PM

Thursday

6/27

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

Saturday

6/29

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

7:00 PM

Sunday

6/30

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Monday

7/1

at

San Diego Padres

7:00 PM

Tuesday

7/2

at

San Diego Padres

7:00 PM

Wednesday

7/3

at

San Diego Padres

6:00 PM

Friday

7/5

vs

St. Louis Cardinals

7:00 PM

Saturday

7/6

vs

St. Louis Cardinals

7:00 PM

Sunday

7/7

vs

St. Louis Cardinals

1:00 PM

Friday

7/12

at

Milwaukee Brewers

5:00 PM

Sunday

7/14

at

Milwaukee Brewers

11:00 AM

Monday

7/15

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Tuesday

7/16

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Wednesday

7/17

at

Colorado Rockies

12:00 PM

Thursday

7/18

vs

New York Mets

6:30 PM

Saturday

7/20

vs

New York Mets

1:00 PM

Sunday

7/21

vs

New York Mets

1:00 PM

Monday

7/22

vs

Chicago Cubs

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

7/23

vs

Chicago Cubs

6:30 PM

Wednesday

7/24

vs

Chicago Cubs

12:30 PM

Friday

7/26

at

San Diego Padres

7:00 PM

Saturday

7/27

at

San Diego Padres

5:30 PM

Sunday

7/28

at

San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Tuesday

7/30

at

Philadelphia Phillies

4:00 PM

Wednesday

7/31

at

Philadelphia Phillies

4:00 PM

Thursday

8/1

at

Philadelphia Phillies

10:00 AM

Friday

8/2

at

Colorado Rockies

5:30 PM

Saturday

8/3

at

Colorado Rockies

5:00 PM

Sunday

8/4

at

Colorado Rockies

12:00 PM

Monday

8/5

vs

Washington Nationals

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

8/6

vs

Washington Nationals

6:30 PM

Wednesday

8/7

vs

Washington Nationals

12:30 PM

Thursday

8/8

vs

Philadelphia Phillies

6:30 PM

Friday

8/9

vs

Philadelphia Phillies

7:00 PM

Saturday

8/10

vs

Philadelphia Phillies

1:00 PM

Sunday

8/11

vs

Philadelphia Phillies

1:00 PM

* Tuesday

8/13

vs

Oakland A's

6:30 PM

Wednesday

8/14

vs

Oakland A's

12:30 PM

Thursday

8/15

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

Saturday

8/17

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

5:00 PM

Sunday

8/18

at

Arizona Diamondbacks

1:00 PM

Tuesday

8/20

at

Chicago Cubs

5:00 PM

Wednesday

8/21

at

Chicago Cubs

5:00 PM

Thursday

8/22

at

Chicago Cubs

11:00 AM

Sunday

8/25

at

Oakland A's

1:00 PM

Monday

8/26

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

8/27

vs

Arizona Diamondbacks

6:30 PM

Thursday

8/29

vs

San Diego Padres

6:30 PM

Friday

8/30

vs

San Diego Padres

7:00 PM

Saturday

8/31

vs

San Diego Padres

6:00 PM

Sunday

9/1

vs

San Diego Padres

1:00 PM

Monday

9/2

at

St. Louis Cardinals

11:00 AM

Tuesday

9/3

at

St. Louis Cardinals

4:30 PM

Wednesday

9/4

at

St. Louis Cardinals

4:30 PM

Thursday

9/5

at

St. Louis Cardinals

10:00 AM

Saturday

9/7

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

6:00 PM

Sunday

9/8

at

Los Angeles Dodgers

1:00 PM

Monday

9/9

vs

Pittsburgh Pirates

6:30 PM

* Tuesday

9/10

vs

Pittsburgh Pirates

6:30 PM

Wednesday

9/11

vs

Pittsburgh Pirates

6:30 PM

Thursday

9/12

vs

Pittsburgh Pirates

12:30 PM

Friday

9/13

vs

Miami Marlins

7:00 PM

Saturday

9/14

vs

Miami Marlins

6:00 PM

Sunday

9/15

vs

Miami Marlins

1:00 PM

Tuesday

9/17

at

Boston Red Sox

4:00 PM

Wednesday

9/18

at

Boston Red Sox

4:00 PM

Thursday

9/19

at

Boston Red Sox

10:00 AM

Friday

9/20

at

Atlanta Braves

4:00 PM

Saturday

9/21

at

Atlanta Braves

4:00 PM

Sunday

9/22

at

Atlanta Braves

10:00 AM

* Tuesday

9/24

vs

Colorado Rockies

6:30 PM

Wednesday

9/25

vs

Colorado Rockies

6:30 PM

Thursday

9/26

vs

Colorado Rockies

12:30 PM

Friday

9/27

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

7:00 PM

Saturday

9/28

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

1:00 PM

Sunday

9/29

vs

Los Angeles Dodgers

12:00 PM

 

147 regular-season games, 5 spring training games

Schedule as of 2/5/19; Dates and times subject to change

For approximately 24 hours following each game, NBCSBA’s Giants telecasts will be available on XFINITY On Demand

* Say Hey Tuesday from Oracle Park

 

Giants Pregame Live, Giants Postgame Live:  One hour prior to the game, fans can catch the latest team developments, interviews with players and coaches and in-depth game previews on Giants Pregame Live. Immediately following the game, Giants Postgame Live will give viewers an hour-long game breakdown with stats and highlights, clubhouse interviews and a preview of the next game. 

 

The shows, featuring a three-person broadcast team, are hosted by new anchor Kelli Johnson, along with two analysts from a rotation of former Giants: Rich Aurilia (@RichAurilia35), Shawn Estes, Tim Flannery (@TimFlannery2), Bill Laskey (@laskey19) and Randy Winn.

 

Johnson, a four-time Emmy Award-winner, joined NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California (formerly CSN Bay Area and CSN California) in 2014, and has served as a host and reporter for the networks’ various Giants, Oakland A’s, Golden State Warriors, San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders studio shows.  Additionally, Johnson was an anchor on SportsNet Central and a co-host on The Happy Hour.

 

Previously, Johnson was an anchor and reporter for CSN Houston covering the Houston Astros and Houston Rockets and hosted the inaugural season of 3 & Out, a half-hour football analysis and debate program which aired across NBC Sports Regional Networks.  Before Houston, Johnson was CSN Mid-Atlantic’s Washington Redskins beat reporter, where she provided daily coverage of the team and contributed to the network’s Redskins pregame and postgame shows, Redskins Kickoff and Redskins Postgame Live.  She also covered the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals as a beat reporter for CSN Mid-Atlantic. 

 

A native of Moscow, Idaho, Johnson is a graduate of the University of Idaho with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.  She was a four-year starter on the women's basketball team.  As a junior, Johnson set the school’s record for the most 3-pointers in a game (seven).  That season, she also broke Idaho’s school record for career 3-pointers.  By the end of her senior year, Johnson made 207 career 3-pointers.  These records stood for 19 and 17 years, respectively.  Johnson joined her father, Gary Johnson (a member of the 1966 Vandals Hall of Fame baseball team), in the Idaho Vandals Hall of Fame in 2016.

 

MyTeams by NBC Sports, NBCSportsBayArea.com:  MyTeams and NBCSportsBayArea.com delivers complete Giants and MLB coverage – showcasing Giants Insider Alex Pavlovic (@PavlovicNBCS) – all season long, featuring in-depth news and analysis; daily insider reports; extensive live video – player, coach and front office personnel interviews and press conferences; a robust line-up of on-demand video; the Giants Insider Podcast; and content from the network’s news programming.

 

Season-Long Giants Shows:

 

Giants Raw: NBC Sports Bay Area presents Giants Raw, a same-day, condensed version of that day's game. Giants Raw offers viewers highlights of key plays from alternative camera angles, authentic in-game sound and pre- and postgame interviews in an entertaining half-hour format.  Visit NBCSportsBayArea.com for air dates and times.

 

G-Mag:  Each month of the 2019 MLB season, G-Mag – a half-hour program hosted by Giants in-game reporter Amy Gutierrez – will give fans an inside look at the Giants both on and off the field.  Visit NBCSportsBayArea.com for air dates and times.

 

Forever Giants:  The Emmy Award winning Forever Giants returns for the 2019 MLB season on NBC Sports Bay Area.  Forever Giants, a half-hour show produced by SFG Productions, features behind-the-scenes footage, community highlights, team history, fan stories and more.  Visit NBCSportsBayArea.com for air dates and times.

 

NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California, both part of NBC Sports Regional Networks, serve more than four million households in Northern California, Nevada, Southern Oregon and Hawaii.  NBC Sports Bay Area, the television home of MLB’s San Francisco Giants, NBA’s Golden State Warriors, and the official regional sports network of the San Francisco 49ers, also features Oakland Raiders coverage, a robust lineup of Emmy Award-winning news, analysis and original programming. NBC Sports California offers live coverage of MLB’s Oakland Athletics, NBA’s Sacramento Kings, NHL’s San Jose Sharks and MLS’s San Jose Earthquakes. Collectively, these networks deliver more than 600 live game broadcasts per year.  NBCSportsBayArea.com and NBCSportsCalifornia.com provide fans with comprehensive digital coverage of the hometown teams with original stories and content from a team of “Insiders,” breaking news, up-to-the-minute game previews/recaps, highlights and multimedia video clips.  Follow both networks on social media –Twitter: @NBCSAuthentic; Instagram: NBCSAuthentic; Snapchat: NBCSAuthentic; and Facebook: facebook.com/NBCSAuthentic.

 

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NBC SPORTS BAY AREA, NBC SPORTS CALIFORNIA UNVEIL NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART STUDIO FACILITIES

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NBC Sports Bay Area

NBC SPORTS BAY AREA, NBC SPORTS CALIFORNIA UNVEIL NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART STUDIO FACILITIES

Dynamic Studio Features Main Anchor Desk, Multiple Anchor/Reporter Locations

and Interactive Demonstration Area

 

Sharks Pregame Live will Debut New Set on October 5

 

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – October 4, 2019 – NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California, the home of “Authentic Bay Area Sports,” will unveil its new state-of-the-art studio tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 5th) at 6:30 p.m. with Sharks Pregame Live.

 

The new studio, located at the network’s headquarters at 360 3rd Street in San Francisco (South of Market), will feature a sleek, modern and open design and utilize dynamic LED technology, a stunning and interactive video floor, and multiple anchor and reporter positions designed for movement and flexibility.

 

The studio features large displays that are seamlessly integrated into the scenic architecture, making every part of the studio an engaging broadcast location. A sleek LED display runs along the length of the room, forming the backdrop for the main anchor area.  The visual center of the space is the dynamic demo area, with a large wall display and an LED floor, and portrait monitors.

 

For photos and video highlights of the new studio, click HERE and HERE.

 

NBC Sports Bay Area’s new studio will primarily serve as the main set for Golden State Warriors, San Francisco Giants and San Francisco 49ers pre- and postgame shows, along with news updates, press conferences, breaking news and magazine shows.  Additionally, the studio will occasionally carry NBC Sports California’s signature programming including San Jose Sharks, Sacramento Kings and Oakland A’s pre- and postgame shows.

 

“Our new studios will provide our anchors, analysts and insiders the ability to provide the region’s most comprehensive, informative and entertaining sports coverage across multiple platforms,” said Matt Murphy, Senior Vice President and General Manager of NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California.  “We’ve created a world-class facility that is designed for innovation and the creation of compelling content for local sports fans.  We’re looking forward with great excitement to tomorrow night’s first broadcast from the new studio.”

 

In addition to the main studio, a secondary studio, also located at the San Francisco headquarters, will debut on Wednesday, Oct. 16th at 7:00 p.m. with Sharks Pregame Live, prior to the Sharks-Carolina Hurricanes game.  The modern studio will primarily host NBC Sports California’s pre- and postgame shows, news updates, press conferences and breaking news.

 

NBC Sports Bay Area Studio highlights include:

  • 2,270-square-foot studio
  • 30-foot-wide LED monitor wall in main anchor area
  • Interactive Demo Area with a 16-foot-wide by 9-foot-tall monitor wall, a 15-foot-wide and 8-foot-deep LED floor, and five vertical monitors
  • 120 LED tiles integrated into the set, including 75 in the walls and 45 in the Demo Area floor
  • Large, full-height images in the studio depicting San Francisco’s world-renowned cityscape; plus, the iconic NBC logo incorporated into the set design  

 

The set design is the result of the partnership of NBC Sports and the design group at Jack Morton Worldwide.  Fabrication work was done by blackwalnut.  Lighting Design and installation was done by The Lighting Design Group.  LED technology was provided by Leyard and Planar.

 

About NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California:

NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California, both part of NBC Sports Regional Networks, serve more than four million households in Northern California, Nevada, Southern Oregon and Hawaii.  NBC Sports Bay Area, the television home of MLB’s San Francisco Giants, NBA’s Golden State Warriors, and the official regional sports network of the San Francisco 49ers, also features a robust lineup of Emmy Award-winning news, analysis and original programming. NBC Sports California offers live coverage of MLB’s Oakland Athletics, NBA’s Sacramento Kings, NHL’s San Jose Sharks and MLS’s San Jose Earthquakes. Collectively, these networks deliver more than 600 live game broadcasts per year.  The MyTeams by NBC Sports app provides live steams of the games and pre-and postgame shows, digital coverage of the hometown teams with original stories and content from a team of “Insiders,” breaking news, up-to-the-minute game previews/recaps, highlights and multimedia video clips.  Follow both networks on social media –Twitter: @NBCSAuthentic; Instagram: NBCSAuthentic; and Facebook: facebook.com//NBCSAuthentic.

 

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NBC SPORTS BAY AREA ANNOUNCES 2019-20 GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS COVERAGE

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NBC Sports Bay Area

NBC SPORTS BAY AREA ANNOUNCES 2019-20 GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS COVERAGE

Network to Present 70 Regular-Season Games and Three Preseason Games

 

Chris Mullin, Jennifer Azzi and Brian Shaw Join NBC Sports Bay Area as Studio Analysts

 

Blair Hardiek Joins Network as “Warriors Outsiders” Analyst

 

Complete Game Day Coverage with “Warriors Pregame Live” and “Warriors Postgame Live”

 

Comprehensive Warriors and NBA Coverage via “MyTeams by NBC Sports”

Mobile App and NBCportsBayArea.com

 

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – September 30, 2019 – NBC Sports Bay Area today announced its coverage of the Golden State Warriors for the 2019-20 NBA season – their first at Chase Center in San Francisco – which includes 70 regular-season games; former Warrior and Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Chris Mullin, Olympic Gold Medalist, 13-year professional player, and former University of San Francisco head coach Jennifer Azzi, and 14-year NBA player and former head coach Brian Shaw joining the network as studio analysts; game-day coverage with one-hour Warriors Pregame Live and Warriors Postgame Live shows; and Warriors and NBA news and analysis, insider reports and video via the MyTeams by NBC Sports mobile app and NBCSportsBayArea.com. 

 

MyTeams is available for download on iOS and Android devices in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.  DOWNLOAD now.

 

The 2019-20 Warriors regular season on NBC Sports Bay Area gets underway on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 12:30 p.m. when the Warriors visit the Oklahoma City Thunder.  Calling all the action for Warriors games on NBC Sports Bay Area will be Emmy Award-winner Bob Fitzgerald and Kelenna Azubuike, with Kerith Burke handling sideline reporter duties.

 

In addition to the 70 regular-season games, NBC Sports Bay Area will televise three preseason games: Saturday, Oct. 5 at 5 p.m. vs. Los Angeles Lakers, Thursday, Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m. vs. Minnesota Timberwolves and Friday, Oct. 18 at 7:30 p.m. vs. Lakers.

 

See attachment for NBC Sports Bay Area’s 2019-20 Warriors schedule.  

 

Warriors Pregame Live, Warriors Postgame Live – One hour prior to the game, Warriors Pregame Live presents the latest team developments, interviews with players and coaches and game previews. Immediately following the game, Warriors Postgame Live will give viewers an hour-long game breakdown with stats and highlights, locker room interviews and a preview of the next game.

 

The shows are anchored by Greg Papa with expert analysis from former Warriors general manager and head coach Garry St. Jean, and new analysts Chris Mullin, Jennifer Azzi and Brian Shaw.  Additional analysis will be provided by Warriors Insider Monte Poole, Warriors reporter Logan Murdock, Bob Fitzgerald, Kelenna Azubuike and Kerith Burke. 

 

Mullin, who spent 13 years of his 16-season NBA career as a member of the Golden State Warriors, was originally selected by the Warriors in the first round of the 1985 NBA Draft.  Prior to re-joining the Warriors for his final NBA season in 2000, he spent three seasons with the Indiana Pacers.  A five-time NBA All-Star, Mullin ended his 16-year NBA career with averages of 18.2 points and 4.1 rebounds in 986 games.  Additionally, he was a member of the gold-medal winning 1992 USA Basketball Team, also known as the original “Dream Team,” at the Olympic Games in Barcelona and he also won a gold medal as a college player at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.  Following his NBA playing career, Mullin served as a special advisor for the Sacramento Kings and general manager for the Warriors.  He was inducted into both the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in 2011.  Mullin was the head coach of the men's basketball team at St. John’s University, his alma mater, from 2015-2019.

 

Azzi, a four-year starter and captain at Stanford from 1987-1990, became the first Cardinal women's basketball player to earn the Wade Trophy, the James Naismith Player of the Year award, and the Honda-Broderick National Player of the Year honor. A three-time All-Pacific-10 performer and the 1990 Pac-10 Player of the Year, Azzi led the Cardinal to a pair of conference titles (1989, 1990) and Stanford's first national championship in 1990.  Upon graduation, she played professionally overseas (1990-95).  Azzi was one of the founding members of the American Basketball League (ABL) and played for the San Jose Lasers from 1996 to 1999.  Azzi was drafted by the Detroit Shock in the first round, fifth overall pick, of the inaugural WNBA draft. She played for the Shock (1999), Utah Starzz (2000-03) and the San Antonio Silver Stars (2003).  Internationally, she was a key member of the United States gold medal-winning 1996 Olympic Team.  Azzi was the head coach of the women's basketball team at the University of San Francisco from 2010-2016, ending her coaching career with a WCC Championship.  She is currently serving as Associate Vice President, Development, University of San Francisco.

 

Shaw, drafted 24th overall by Boston in 1988, played 14 NBA seasons with the Celtics, Miami Heat, Orlando Magic, Warriors, Philadelphia 76ers, Portland Trail Blazers and Los Angeles Lakers. He was a member of Los Angeles’ back-to-back-to-back title teams (2000, 2001 and 2002). Following his NBA playing career, Shaw spent seven seasons (2005-2011) as an assistant with the Lakers, who won two NBA titles while he was a member of the coaching staff; two seasons (2011-2013) as associate head coach of the Indiana Pacers; two seasons (2013-2015) as the head coach for the Denver Nuggets; and, returning to the Lakers, three seasons (2016-2019) as an associate head coach.  An Oakland native, Shaw played at Bishop O’Dowd High School and collegiately at Saint Mary’s College of California and UC Santa Barbara. 

 

MyTeams by NBC Sports, NBCSportsBayArea.com:  NBC Sports Bay Area offers live streams of its Warriors games to NBC Sports Bay Area subscribers, along with its game-day shows Warriors Pregame Live and Warriors Postgame Live, via the MyTeams by NBC Sports mobile app.

 

MyTeams and NBCSportsBayArea.com deliver complete Warriors and NBA coverage – showcasing Warriors Insider Monte Poole, Warriors reporter Logan Murdock and NBA Insider Tom Haberstroh – all season long, featuring in-depth news and analysis; daily insider reports; extensive live video of player, coach and front office personnel interviews and press conferences; a robust line-up of on-demand video; podcasts; and content from the network’s news programming.

 

Season-Long Warriors Shows:

 

Warriors Outsiders – Warriors Outsiders, hosted by Drew Shiller and Grant Liffmann, will present viewers with a fresh take on each game with analysis, commentary and analytics. For select shows, Blair Hardiek, Global Director for the NBA Academy and founder of Azzi Academy, will join Shiller and Liffmann and provide additional insight and analysis.  Warriors Outsiders is multi-platform show simultaneously synced with Facebook Live to produce a unique conversation via an interactive experience.  Warriors Outsiders airs after Warriors Postgame Live.

 

Hardiek, in her current role as Global Director for the NBA Academy leads the international, elite development initiative to develop top players in China, India, Africa, Australia, and Mexico. She is the program's NCAA liaison opening up the world to universities and elite talent. Prior to her current role with the NBA Academy and the Azzi Academy, she served as Associate Head Coach/International Recruiting Coordinator at the University of San Francisco from 2010-2016.  Hardiek helped lead the Dons to the finals at the 2015 West Coast Conference tournament to earn a bid to the WNIT, USF's first postseason appearance since 2001-02.  She led the Dons to the NCAA tournament in 2016 after the Dons took home the West Coast Conference Championship title.  Hardiek began her coaching journey as an intern for Hall of Fame coach Tara VanDerveer and her staff at Stanford. While working with VanDerveer, the Cardinal posted an overall record of 35-4 while earning a 2008 NCAA Final Four appearance.  Hardiek enjoyed a successful playing career at the University of Missouri as a point guard and team captain for the 2003-2007 squads. 

 

Warriors Raw – NBC Sports Bay Area presents Warriors Raw, a same-day, condensed version of that day's game. Warriors Raw offers viewers highlights of key plays from alternative camera angles, authentic in-game sound and pre- and postgame interviews in an entertaining half-hour format.  Visit NBCSportsBayArea.com for air dates and times.

 

Warriors Ground – The Emmy Award-winning Warriors Ground returns for the 2019-20 NBA season on NBC Sports Bay Area.  Warriors Ground, a half-hour show produced by Warriors Studio, features behind-the-scenes footage, community highlights, team history, fan stories and more.  Visit NBCSportsBayArea.com for show dates and times.

 

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