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Blazers, CSNNW, KGW Announce TV Schedule For 2013-14 NBA Season

The Portland Trail Blazers announced Thursday their television schedule for the 2013-14 season, including 78 games that will be aired on Comcast SportsNet Northwest and KGW.


The Portland Trail Blazers announced Thursday their television schedule for the 2013-14 season.

The team's television broadcasters and broadcast partners will remain the same.

The Portland Trail Blazers have announced that all 82 regular season games will be televised in high definition, highlighted by a 78-game local broadcast schedule.

The Trail Blazers will air 60 games on Comcast SportsNet (CSN) and 18 contests on KGW NewsChannel 8. The remaining four games will air exclusively on TNT. In addition, two games are scheduled to be simulcast nationally on ESPN and locally on CSN.

Mike Barrett enters his 15th season on the Trail Blazers broadcast team and his 11th season handling television play-by-play duties. For the ninth straight year, Barrett will be joined on the broadcast by color analyst Mike Rice, who begins his 24th season overall behind the microphone for the Trail Blazers.

Adam Bjaranson, in his fourth season, and Michael Holton, who begins his seventh season, will anchor Trail Blazers pregame and halftime coverage. For the second consecutive season, the Toyota Pre-Game Show and McDonald's Halftime Show will be shot live from the 100-level concourse of the Moda Center.

On Aug. 15, Charter Communications and CSNNW announced the completion of a distribution agreement to launch CSNNW to Charter customers throughout the Pacific Northwest. As a result, Trail Blazers games and other sports programming will be available to Charter customers, including regions in Southern Oregon and the Oregon Coast, with Expanded Basic Digital service beginning Sept. 17.

Here's a .PDF that includes a full list of where each game will be televised.

Full details on the Blazers' 2013-14 schedule can be found here.

-- Ben Golliver | | Twitter