The upcoming San Antonio Spurs games for the NBA restart are coming soon and all of them will be broadcast live on Fox Sports Southwest. That’s good news for Spurs fans who may have thought they’d need an NBA League Pass subscription in order to watch their favorite team playing in Orlando, Florida. Here are details on how to watch the Spurs’ upcoming games starting July 28.
Fox Sports Southwest Will Broadcast San Antonio Spurs Games in Orlando
On Monday, an announcement arrived via the San Antonio Spurs that Fox Sports Southwest will televise all eight games from the team’s NBA restart schedule. In addition, they’ll provide a broadcast for one of the team’s three scrimmage sessions.
That scrimmage will take place on July 28 against the Indiana Pacers. The team’s restart schedule begins on July 31 against the Sacramento Kings.
They’ll play seven more games after that, with the last of those games scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 13 against the Utah Jazz. See the Spurs schedule details here.
Just two games on the Spurs’ restart schedule will be broadcast on national television. That includes their Aug. 9 matchup against Zion Williamson and the New Orleans Pelicans which will be on ABC. On Aug. 11, they’ll play against the Houston Rockets with NBATV broadcasting the matchup.
FSSW also announced that they will have Bill Land handling play-by-play for the Spurs games. He’ll do so using a “remote setup inside the AT&T Center in San Antonio” with former Spurs player Sean Elliott as the analyst. The Spurs games will also feature Dan Weiss and former Spurs player Matt Bonner for the in-studio coverage.
How to Watch Spurs Games on TV or Online
Television coverage for each of the Spurs games will arrive on the Fox Sports Southwest channel via appropriate cable or satellite channels. There will also be 30-minute pre and post-game shows for each matchup. In addition, the games will be available to view through live stream feed online via FOX Sports Go.
Fox Sports GO is available for viewing through FOXSportsGo.com, or through compatible apps for iOS/Android mobile and tablet devices. There are also FOX Sports Go apps or channels available on popular media streaming devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, and Xbox One.
Play-by-play radio coverage of the Spurs games will be available on WOAI-AM 1200. Spanish audio coverage will be available on KXTN AM-1350 and 107.5 FM HD2. For more updates about the team and players, visit our Spurs news page.