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The San Antonio Spurs announce their 2021-2022 broadcast schedule

Fans can finally watch the Silver and Black locally for every game this season.

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The San Antonio Spurs finally announced their regular-season broadcast schedule via a press release on Friday morning.

The Silver and Black faithful can rejoice as all 82 contests will air locally between Bally Sports Southwest, KENS 5, and CW35.

Bally Sports Southwest will also broadcast San Antonio’s final preseason tilt against the Houston Rockets on October 15 at 7:30 PM CT.

Bill Land returns as the lead play-by-play announcer, and Sean Elliott is back as lead analyst. Primary host Dan Weiss and co-host Matt Bonner reprise their roles at the studio desk.

The Spurs also unveiled a pair of new additions, with Michelle Beadle and Fabricio Oberto joining the color commentating cast for select broadcasts as a special correspondent and studio analyst.

Fans outside of the San Antonio area can catch most games with an NBA League Pass subscription. However, League Pass has a blackout policy if you reside close enough to the local market.