Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Grand Prix of Baltimore highlights Aug 29- Sept 1 racing on NBCSN


Live Race Coverage Begins at 2 p.m. ET on NBCSN
Auctions America Airs Live from Auburn Auction Park Beginning Thursday at 8 p.m. ET
STAMFORD, Conn. – Aug. 28, 2013 – NBCSN will present 15.5 hours of motorsports action this weekend, highlighted by live coverage of the Grand Prix of Baltimore on Sunday at 2 p.m. ET. This weekend’s motorsports coverage also includes Grand Prix of Baltimore qualifying, the Firestone Indy Lights Series at Baltimore, and over nine hours of live coverage of Auctions America from their Auburn Fall event.
GRAND PRIX OF BALTIMORE: NBCSN’s coverage of the Grand Prix of Baltimore begins with qualifying on Saturday at 6 p.m. ET. Following live race coverage at 2 p.m. ET on Sunday, coverage of Firestone Indy Lights Baltimore, IndyCar’s developmental series, will air on NBCSN at 5 p.m. ET.
Will Power (Penske) earned his first win of the 2013 season last weekend at the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma, and will look to continue that success at Baltimore where he took the checkered flag in 2011. Helio Castroneves (Penske) maintains his lead in the IZOD IndyCar Series Points Standings over Scott Dixon (Target Chip Ganassi), who was poised to gain ground at the Grand Prix of Sonoma, but finished 15th after a pit safety infraction late in the race. Ryan Hunter-Reay(Andretti) currently sits third in the IZOD IndyCar Series Points Standings and won at Baltimore last year.
NBC Sports Group’s IndyCar play-by-play voice Leigh Diffey will call the Grand Prix of Baltimore. Diffey will be joined in the booth this week by former drivers Townsend Bell and Wally Dallenbach. Reporters Jon BeekhuisKevin LeeMarty Snider and Robin Miller will manage the pits.
AUCTIONS AMERICA: NBCSN will also air 9.5 hours of live coverage of Auctions America from Auburn Auction Park, the largest purpose-built, dedicated automotive auction facility in the world. Coverage on NBCSN begins on Thursday and Friday at 8 p.m. ET, and continues on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. ET.
A Labor Day weekend tradition among collector car enthusiasts, Auctions America’s Auburn Fall event is one of the country’s premier celebrations of the hobby. The weekend kicks off with a dedicated memorabilia sale featuring 400 lots from the personal collection of enthusiast, Kirk F. White, on August 28, followed by a more than 1,100 collector car auction August 29 through September 1.
Veteran broadcaster Bill Patrick will lead NBCSN’s live coverage of Auctions America this weekend. He will be joined by NBCSN F1 analyst and former race mechanic for the Benneton F1 team Steve Matchett, and reporter Kelli Stavast.
ARCA Racing rounds out NBCSN’s motorsports coverage this weekend on Friday at 12 a.m. ET.Rick BenjaminKen Tretow and Ken Schrader provide ARCA Racing coverage of the Herr’s Live Life With Flavor 200 from Madison International Speedway in Madison, Wisc. on Friday, with NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth making a special guest appearance in the broadcast booth.
DateCoverageNetworkTime (ET)
Thur., August 29Auctions AmericaNBCSN8 p.m.
Fri., August 30ARCA Herr’s Live Life With Flavor 200NBCSN12 a.m.
Auctions AmericaNBCSN8 p.m.
Sat., August 31Auctions AmericaNBCSN12:30 p.m.
Grand Prix of Baltimore – QualifyingNBCSN6 p.m.
Sun., September 1Grand Prix of BaltimoreNBCSN2 p.m.
Firestone Indy Lights BaltimoreNBCSN5 p.m.

INDYCAR ON NBC SPORTS LIVE EXTRA: NBC Sports Live Extra — NBC Sports Group’s live streaming product for desktops, mobile devices, and tablets — will live stream the Grand Prix of Baltimore on Sunday. Coverage will be streamed via “TV Everywhere,” the media industry’s effort to make quality content available to MVPD customers both in and out of the home and on multiple platforms.
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Coverage airing on NBCSN will live stream to PCs, mobile devices and tablets through NBC Sports Live Extra, and to the digital platforms of participating cable, satellite, and telco services, via “TV Everywhere,” which is available on an authenticated basis to subscribers of participating MVPDs.
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2013 NFL Preseason Week 4 TV Schedule

The final week of the preseason is upon us, and this year all the games will be played on Thursday. Of course college football will likely steal many of these teams viewing audiences, but here is your info for the final week of NFL Preseason action.

Thursday, August 29
7 PM- Detroit Lions at Buffalo Bills (Lions TV) Matt Shephard, Rob Rubick, Tom Leyden
(Bills TV) Ray Bentley, Steve Tasker

7 PM- Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals (Colts TV) Don Fischer, Barry Krauss
(Bengals TV) Brad Johansen, Anthony Munoz

7 PM- Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets (Eagles TV) Scott Graham, Brian Baldinger, Dave Spadero
(Jets TV) Ian Eagle, Greg Buttle, Otis Livingston

7:30 PM- Jacksonville Jaguars at Atlanta Falcons (Jaguars TV) Kevin Kugler, Mark Brunell, Tera Barz
(Falcons TV) Tim Brandt, Charles Davis, Laura Okmin

7:30 PM- Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers (Steelers TV) Bob Pompeani, Edmund Nelson, Jeff Verszyla
(Panthers TV) Mike Morgan, Mike Rucker, Pete Yanity

7:30 PM- New Orleans Saints at Miami Dolphins (Saints TV) Tim Brando, John Stinchcomb, Sean Kelley, Mike Nabors
(Dolphins TV) Jesse Agler, Bob Griese, Nat Moore, Kim Bokamper

7:30 PM- New York Giants at New England Patriots (NFL Network) Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock, Alex Flanagan
(Giants TV) Bob Papa, Carl Banks, Howard Cross, Bruce Beck
(Patriots TV) Dan Roche, Christian Fauria, Matt Chatham

7:30 PM- Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Redskins TV) Chick Hernandez, Joe Theismann, Antwaan Randle El
(Buccaneers TV) Chris Myers, Ronde Barber

8 PM- Cleveland Browns at Chicago Bears (Browns TV) Jim Donovan, Bernie Kosar
(Bears TV) Sam Rosen, Jim Miller

8 PM- Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys (Texans TV) Joel Meyers, Spencer Tillman, Seth Payne
(Cowboys TV) Bill Jones, Babe Laufenberg, Mickey Spagnola
(Compass Media) Kevin Ray, Tony White

8 PM- Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs (Packers TV) Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon, Rod Burks
(Chiefs TV) Paul Burmeister, Trent Green, Rachel Santschi

8 PM- Tennessee Titans at Minnesota Vikings (Titans TV) Cory Curtis, Eddie George, Keith Bulluck, Dawn Davenport
(Vikings TV) Paul Allen, Pete Bercich, Greg Coleman, Ben Leber

8 PM- Baltimore Ravens at St. Louis Rams (Ravens TV) Gerry Sandusky, Stan White, Quadry Ishmael
(Rams TV) Andrew Siciliano, Marshall Faulk, Torry Holt

9 PM- Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos (Cardinals TV) Dave Pasch, Ron Wolfley, Rich Cellini
(Broncos TV) Verne Lundquist, John Lynch, Rod Mackey

10 PM- San Francisco 49ers at San Diego Chargers (NFL Network [JIP] & Chargers TV) Dan Fouts, Billy Ray Smith
(49ers TV) Dennis O'Donnell, Tim Ryan, Vern Glenn

10 PM- Oakland Raiders at Seattle Seahawks (Raiders TV & Compass Media) Greg Papa, Tom Flores, Jim Plunkett, George Atkinson, JT The Brick
(Seahawks TV) Curt Menefee, Brock Huard

NFL Network’s Preseason Schedule Concludes with Live Double-Header on Thursday, August 29

NFL Network’s ‘Thursday Night Football’ Broadcast Team Calls New York Giants-New England Patriots at 7:30 PM ET 
San Francisco 49ers – San Diego Chargers at 10:30 PM ET
With the kickoff of the 2013 NFL season just nine days away, NFL Network has the final week of the preseason covered with a double-header of live Week 4 games.
On Thursday, August 29, the New England Patriots host the New York Giants at7:30 PM ET in the preseason finale for both teams. NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football broadcast team of Brad Nessler (play-by-play), Mike Mayock(analyst) and Alex Flanagan (sideline reporter) will call the game from Gillette Stadium. NFL Network’s 13-game 2013 Thursday Night Football schedule kicks off Thursday, September 12 at 8:00 PM  ET when the Patriots host the division-rival New York Jets.
NFL Network’s live preseason schedule concludes at 10:30 PM ET when the San Diego Chargers host the San Francisco 49ers. NFL Network joins the game in progress, which kicks off at 10:00 PM ET.
All live games on NFL Network are subject to blackout restrictions and viewers are encouraged to check with their local providers for live game information.
For the fourth season, NFL Preseason Live enables fans in the United States to watch live and on-demand NFL preseason out-of-market games (some blackout restrictions apply). NFL Preseason Live gives fans additional viewing options including picture-in-picture, and dual and quad view modes, allowing fans to watch multiple games on the same screen. With full DVR controls, fans may also pause, rewind and replay live and archived game action. Condensed Games returns as well, which allows fans to watch any preseason game in roughly 30 minutes. NFL Preseason Live is also available on iOS and Android tablet devices so that fans can watch preseason games on the go.
Below is NFL Network’s Week 4 broadcast schedule.
Thursday, August 29
10:00 AM ET – San Diego Chargers vs. Arizona Cardinals (Week 3)
1:00 PM ET – Kansas City Chiefs vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (Week 3)
4:00 PM ET – Minnesota Vikings vs. San Francisco 49ers (Week 3)
7:30 PM ET – New York Giants vs. New England Patriots – LIVE
10:30 PM ET – San Francisco 49ers vs. San Diego Chargers – LIVE (joined in progress)
1:00 AM ET – Arizona Cardinals vs. Denver Broncos
Friday, August 30
10:00 AM ET – Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Atlanta Falcons
1:00 PM ET – Baltimore Ravens vs. St. Louis Rams
4:00 PM ET – Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
8:00 PM ET – Houston Texans vs. Dallas Cowboys
12 Midnight ET – Oakland Raiders vs. Seattle Seahawks
3:00 AM ET – New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins
Saturday, August 31
7:00 AM ET – Detroit Lions vs. Buffalo Bills
10:00 AM ET – Washington Redskins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1:00 PM ET – New York Giants vs. New England Patriots
4:00 PM ET – Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Jets
8:00 PM ET – Tennessee Titans vs. Minnesota Vikings
12 Midnight ET – Arizona Cardinals vs. Denver Broncos
3:00 AM ET – San Francisco 49ers vs. San Diego Chargers
Sunday, September 1
7:00 AM ET – Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Jets
10:00 AM ET – Indianapolis Colts vs. Chicago Bears
1:00 PM ET – Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Carolina Panthers
4:00 PM ET – Houston Texans vs. Dallas Cowboys
8:00 PM ET – Cleveland Browns vs. Chicago Bears
12 Midnight ET – Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
3:00 AM ET – Baltimore Ravens vs. St. Louis Rams
The following broadcast teams will be calling each Week 4 matchup on NFL Network:
Eagles at JetsIan EagleGreg ButtleOtis Livingston
Colts at BengalsBrad JohansenAnthony MunozN/A
Lions at BillsRay BentleySteve TaskerN/A
Jaguars at FalconsTim BrandtCharles DavisLaura Okmin
Steelers at PanthersMike MorganMike RuckerPete Yanity
Redskins at BuccaneersChris MyersRonde BarberN/A
Saints at DolphinsJesse AglerBob Griese & Nat MooreKim Bokamper
Giants at PatriotsBrad NesslerMike MayockAlex Flanagan
Titans at VikingsPaul AllenPete BercichGreg Coleman & Ben Leber
Ravens at RamsAndrew SicilianoMarshall Faulk & Torry HoltN/A
Browns at BearsSam RosenJim MillerN/A
Packers at ChiefsPaul BurmeisterTrent GreenRachel Santschi
Texans at CowboysBill JonesBabe LaufenbergMickey Spagnola
Cardinals at BroncosVerne LundquistJohn LynchRod Mackey
49ers at ChargersDan FoutsBilly Ray SmithN/A
Raiders at SeahawksCurt MenefeeBrock HuardN/A

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2013 MLS Week 27 Schedule

Friday, August 30
7 PM- New England Revolution at Toronto FC (Comcast New England, SNET 1)

10 PM- Portland Timbers at Real Salt Lake (NBCSN)

Saturday, August 31
7:30 PM- Seattle Sounders at Columbus (KONG, KOMO-DT2 [Esp.], FS Ohio)

7:30 PM- Montreal Impact at Philadelphia Union (TVA Sports, Comcast Network)

8 PM- DC United at New York Red Bulls (NBCSN)

8:30 PM- Colorado Rapids at Sporting Kansas City (Altitude, KSMO)

10:30 PM- San Jose Earthquakes at Los Angeles Galaxy (Comcast California+, Time Warner SportsNet, Time Warner SportsNet Deportes [Esp.])

Sunday, September 1
3 PM- Houston Dynamo at Chicago Fire (UniMas [Esp.], Comcast Houston+, WPWR)

7 PM- Chivas USA at Vancouver Whitecaps FC (SNET Pacific)

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Every game of 2013 FIBA Americas & EuroBasketball on ESPN3, title games simulcast on ESPN2

The FIBA Americas starts this Friday, and with no Team USA present, ESPN will stream all, but the championship, on ESPN3. the championship will be shown live on ESPN2. Select Spanish broadcasts will also be on ESPN Deportes. Here's the details from ESPN Media Zone. 

ESPN’s Multi-Platform Coverage of 2013 FIBA Americas Championship & EuroBasket

ESPN3 to Deliver 130 Live Games, Including Title Games
ESPN2 to Televise Title Games, FIBA Coverage on ESPN Deportes and
ESPN will provide multi-platform coverage of the 2013 FIBA Americas Championship and EuroBasket, highlighted by ESPN3’s live, 130-game schedule – 90 EuroBasket games and 40 FIBA Americas Championship games – which will include the title games (“Final’s”) from each tournament. ESPN3 will deliver the FIBA Americas Championship Final on Wednesday, September 11, at 8 p.m. ET and the EuroBasket Final will air on Sunday, September 22, at 3 p.m.
ESPN3’s coverage of the FIBA Americas Championship will begin on Friday, August 30, and extend through the Final on September 11. Coverage of the EuroBasket will begin on Wednesday, September 4, and extend through the Final on September 22. The full schedules are below.
ESPN2 will also televise both title games, beginning with the FIBA Americas Championship Final on Thursday, September 12, at 8 p.m., followed by the EuroBasket Final on Tuesday, September 24, at 2:30 a.m. All ESPN2 and ESPN3 games will be available on computers, smartphones, tablets, Xbox Live and Apple TV via WatchESPN.
Play-by-play voice Kevin Connors will be joined by analyst and International basketball expert Fran Fraschilla to provide commentary for both Gold Medal games.
ESPN Deportes Brings Exclusive Spanish-language Coverage of 2013 FIBA Americas Championship
ESPN Deportes brings international basketball fans the 2013 FIBA Americas Championship from Caracas, Venezuela.  The network’s multi-platform coverage tips off Friday, August 30,at 5:30 p.m. when Puerto Rico and Brazil take the court. ESPN Deportes TV and ESPN Deportes+, the network’s ESPN3 extension accessible via, will carry 16 live tournament games. Robert Abramowitz and Jerry Olaya will call the games and analyst Pablo Viruega will add to the coverage.’s NBA section will provide comprehensive coverage of FIBA 2013, including daily reports, game stories and news updates from the FIBA Americas site (Venezuela) and FIBA EuroBasket site (Slovenia).
The FIBA Americas Championship is the flagship event of FIBA Americas. The teams that finish in the top four of the 10-team tournament taking place in Caracas, Venezuela (30 August-11 September) will qualify for the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup in Spain.
The EuroBasket is FIBA Europe’s flagship competition. The teams that finish in the top six of the 24-team tournament in Slovenia (4-22 September) will qualify for Spain 2014. Several top NBA stars are scheduled to participate in the EuroBasket tournament, including Tony Parker (France), Marc Gasol (Spain) and Ricky Rubio (Spain).
ESPN3 2013 FIBA Americas Championship schedule
DateTime (ET)Game
Fri., Aug. 3011:30Jamaica at Canada
 2 p.m.Argentina at Paraguay
 5:30 p.m.Puerto Rico at Brazil
 8 p.m.Venezuela at Mexico
Sat., Aug. 3111:30 a.m.Uruguay at Jamaica
 2 p.m.Canada at Puerto Rico
 5:30 p.m.Dominican Republic at Argentina
 8 p.m.Paraguay at Venezuela
Sun., Sept. 111:30 a.m.Brazil at Canada
 2 p.m.Mexico at Paraguay
 5:30 p.m.Venezuela at Dominican Republic
 8 p.m.Puerto Rico at Uruguay
Mon., Sept. 211:30 a.m.Dominican Republic at Mexico
 2 p.m.Jamaica at Puerto Rico
 5:30 p.m.Uruguay at Brazil
 8 p.m.Argentina at Venezuela
Tue., Sept. 311:30 a.m.Paraguay at Dominican Republic
 2 p.m.Canada at Uruguay
 5:30 p.m.Mexico at Argentina
 8 p.m.Brazil at Jamaica
Thu., Sept. 511:30 a.m.Second Round
 2 p.m.Second Round
 5:30 p.m.Second Round
 8 p.m.Second Round
Fri., Sept. 611:30 a.m.Second Round
 2 p.m.Second Round
 5:30 p.m.Second Round
 8 p.m.Second Round
Sat., Sept. 711:30 a.m.Second Round
 2 p.m.Second Round
 5:30 p.m.Second Round
 8 p.m.Second Round
Sun., Sept. 811:30 a.m.Second Round
 2 p.m.Second Round
 5:30 p.m.Second Round
 8 p.m.Second Round
Tue., Sept. 105:30 p.m.Semi-Final One
 8 p.m.Semi-Final Two
Wed., Sept. 115:30 p.m.Third-Place Game
Wed., Sept. 118 p.m.Final (Title Game)
Thu., Sept. 128 p.m.Final (Replay)

ESPN3 EuroBasket 2013 schedule
DateTime (ET)Game
Wed., Sept. 48:30 a.m.Georgia at Poland
 8:30 a.m.Turkey at Finland
 8:30 a.m.Latvia at Bosnia-Herzegovina
 8:30 a.m.Israel at Great Britain
 11:45 a.m.Belgium at Ukraine
 11:45 a.m.The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (MKD) at Montenegro
 11:45 a.m.Spain at Croatia
 11:45 a.m.Sweden at Greece
 3 p.m.Serbia at Lithuania
 3 p.m.Czech Republic at Slovenia
 3 p.m.Russia vs. Italy
 3 p.m.France at Germany
Thu., Sept. 58:30 a.m.Montenegro at Latvia
 8:30 a.m.Croatia at Georgia
 8:30 a.m.Finland at Sweden
 8:30 a.m.Ukraine at Israel
 11:45 a.m.Germany at Belgium
 11:45 a.m.Bosnia-Herzegovina at Serbia
 11:45 a.m.Poland at Czech Republic
 11:45 a.m.Italy at Turkey
 3 p.m.Great Britain at France
 3 p.m.Lithuania at The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (MKD)
 3 p.m.Slovenia at Spain
 3 p.m.Greece at Russia
Fri., Sept. 68:30 a.m.Germany at Ukraine
 8:30 a.m.Montenegro at Bosnia-Herzegovina
 8:30 a.m.Belgium at Great Britain
 8:30 a.m.Latvia at Lithuania
 11:45 a.m.France at Israel
 11:45 a.m.The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (MKD) at Serbia
Sat., Sept. 711:45 a.m.Spain at Czech Republic
 11:45 a.m.Russia at Sweden
 3 p.m.Italy at Finland
 3 p.m.Croatia at Poland
 3 p.m.Georgia at Slovenia
 3 p.m.Turkey at Greece
Sun., Sept. 88:30 a.m.Great Britain at Germany
 8:30 a.m.Bosnia-Herzegovina at The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (MKD)
 8:30 a.m.Poland at Spain
 8:30 a.m.Finland at Russia
 11:45 a.m.Ukraine at France
 11:45 a.m.Serbia at Latvia
 11:45 a.m.Czech Republic at Georgia
 11:45 a.m.Greece at Italy
 3 p.m.Israel at Belgium
 3 p.m.Lithuania at Montenegro
 3 p.m.Slovenia at Croatia
 3 p.m.Sweden at Turkey
Mon., Sept. 98:30 a.m.Great Britain at Ukraine
 8:30 a.m.Latvia at The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (MKD)
 8:30 a.m.Georgia at Spain
 8:30 a.m.Greece at Finland
 11:45 a.m.Germany at Israel
 11:45 a.m.Lithuania at Bosnia-Herzegovina
 11:45 a.m.Croatia at Czech Republic
 11:45 a.m.Italy at Sweden
 3 p.m.Belgium at France
 3 p.m.Montenegro at Serbia
 3 p.m.Slovenia at Poland
 3 p.m.Turkey at Russia
Wed., Sept. 118:30 a.m.Second Round
 11:45 a.m.Second Round
 3 p.m.Second Round
Thu., Sept. 128:30 a.m.Second Round
 11:45 a.m.Second Round
 3 p.m.Second Round
Fri., Sept. 138:30 a.m.Second Round
 11:45 a.m.Second Round
 3 p.m.Second Round
Sat., Sept. 148:30 a.m.Second Round
 11:45 a.m.Second Round
 3 p.m.Second Round
Sun., Sept. 158:30 a.m.Second Round
 11:45 a.m.Second Round
 3 p.m.Second Round
Mon., Sept. 168:30 a.m.Second Round
 11:45 a.m.Second Round
 3 p.m.Second Round
Wed., Sept. 1811:30 a.m.Quarterfinals
 3 p.m.Quarterfinals
Thu., Sept. 198:30 a.m.Quarterfinals
 11:30 a.m.Quarterfinals
 3 p.m.Consolation
Fri., Sept. 208:30 a.m.Consolation
 11:45 a.m.Semi-Final
 3 p.m.Semi-Final
Sat., Sept. 2111:30 a.m.5-8 Place Game (One)
 3 p.m.5-8 Place Game (Two)
Sun., Sept. 2211:30 a.m.Third-Place Game
 3 p.m.Final (Title Game)
Tue., Sept. 242:30 a.m.Final (Replay)
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