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Fabricio Oberto joins the Austin Spurs broadcast team

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A beloved former San Antonio Spur is making his return to the Silver and Black family.

Cleveland Cavaliers v San Antonio Spurs Photos by Mark Sobhani/NBAE via Getty Images

Former San Antonio Spur Fabricio Oberto is joining Dan Weiss as a color commentator on Fox Sports Southwest as part of the Austin Spurs broadcast crew.

Oberto was the starting center for San Antonio’s 2007 championship team. The Argentinian also won a gold medal alongside Manu Ginobili at the 2004 Olympics and was inducted into the FIBA Basketball Hall of Fame in 2019.

San Antonio’s G-League affiliate is one of 18 developmental organizations participating in a four-week single-site regular season at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando.

The Austin Spurs will have eight games broadcast on FOX Sports Southwest, two more on FOX Sports Southwest Plus, and three nationally televised contests split between ESPNU and NBA TV.

Spurs fans can stream all ten games televised on Fox Sports Southwest live via the FOX Sports GO app. You can also stream 12 of Austin’s matchups on ESPN+ and two on Twitch.

The Austin Spurs kicked off the first game of their condensed fifteen-game regular-season schedule today against the Memphis Hustle at 10:30 AM CST on ESPN+.