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Sirius XM NBA Radio

 

Sirius XM NBA Radio

SiriusXM NBA Radio
Broadcast area United States
Canada
Slogan 24/7 NBA News and Talk
Frequency Sirius XM Radio Sirius 207, XM 86
Format National Basketball Association Talk Radio
Owner Sirius XM Radio
Website Official website

SiriusXM NBA Radio is on Sirius XM Radio Sirius 207, XM 86 and is completely dedicated to the National Basketball Association. The station debuted December 9, 2013.

SiriusXM NBA Radio personalities include a number of former players, coaches and front office executives including Mike Dunleavy, Stacey King, Eddie Johnson, Brian Scalabrine, Mateen Cleaves, Antonio Davis, Rick Mahorn, Vinny Del Negro and Rick Fox. Hosts on the channel include Frank Isola, Justin Termine, Jared Greenberg, Joel Meyers, Tom Byrne, Jonathon Hood, Mitch Lawrence, Brian Geltzeiler, Ric Bucher, Jason Jackson, Mark Boyle, Noah Coslov, Gerald Brown and Howie C.

Programming

The current NBA radio lineup is as follows:[1]

Weekdays

7 am ET - The Starting Lineup

10 am ET - Above The Rim

1 pm ET - Off The Dribble

4 pm ET - NBA Today

Around The Rim airs every Monday at 6 pm ET.

Year One airs every Thursday during the season at 7 pm ET.

Weekends

7 am ET - NBA Weekend

10 am ET - The Bottom Line Sports Show

1 pm ET - OTD Weekend

References

  1. ^ "SiriusXM NBA Radio - 24/7 NBA News & Talk - SiriusXM Radio". Siriusxm.com. Retrieved 2015-03-02. 

External links

  • Official website
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