The Portland Trail Blazers have announced their 2015-16 broadcast schedule. As in previous years, all 82 games will be televised. Only 5 games will receive national coverage, however, with a November 5th game versus the Memphis Grizzlies on TNT and 4 other contests shown on ESPN as well as local networks.
21 games will be shown on Portland affiliate KGW with the remainder--outside of the single Turner outing--carried on Comcast SportsNet.
Here's the schedule in its entirety, followed by the Blazers' press release:
PORTLAND, Ore. (September 2, 2015) - The Portland Trail Blazers have announced that all 82 regular season games will be broadcast, including 81 games on local broadcasts.
The Trail Blazers will air 21 contests on KGW, marking the most broadcasts on the NBC affiliate since 21 games were also aired by KGW in 2008-09. There will be 60 games on Comcast SportsNet Northwest (CSNNW), while the remaining game, Nov. 5 vs. Memphis, will air exclusively on TNT. Four games are scheduled to be simulcast nationally on ESPN and KGW. In addition, Portland's three home preseason games will be carried by CSNNW.
Mike Barrett enters his 17th season on the Trail Blazers broadcast team and his 13th season handling television play-by-play duties. For the 11th straight year, Barrett will be joined on the broadcast by color analyst Mike Rice, who has spent 25 years overall broadcasting for the Trail Blazers.
Adam Bjaranson, in his sixth season, and Michael Holton, who enters his ninth season, will anchor Trail Blazers pregame, halftime and postgame coverage. For home games, the Toyota Tip-Off, McDonald's Halftime Show and Bi-Mart Postgame Show will be shot live from the 100-level concourse of the Moda Center. Holton will also serve as sideline reporter during home contests.