14 August 2014

2014-15 NBA on TNT Schedule

The schedule for the 2014-15 NBA season was released last night and with that, we have the NBA on TNT slate. Their slate commences with an October 28th doubleheader featuring the Spurs' ring ceremony as they host the Mavericks, following by the Rockets visiting the Lakers. All in all, TNT will air 53 games with 19 doubleheaders on their signature Thursday night coverage as well as All-Star Weekend from New York in February.

So without further ado, here's the television schedule, as well as announcing assignments, for the NBA on TNT.

All games on Thursday unless otherwise noted

Tuesday, October 28th
Mavericks vs. Spurs - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Grant Hill, Greg Anthony, David Aldridge)
Rockets vs. Lakers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)

October 30th
Knicks vs. Cavaliers - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Charles Barkley, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)
Thunder vs. Clippers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony, David Aldridge)

November 6th
Spurs vs. Rockets - 8:00 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Jaime Maggio)
Mavericks vs. Trail Blazers - 10:30 (Marv Albert, Chris Webber, Rachel Nichols)

November 13th
Bulls vs. Raptors - 8:00 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)
Nets vs. Warriors - 10:30 (Marv Albert, Chris Webber, David Aldridge)

November 20th
Clippers vs. Heat - 8:00 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)
Bulls vs. Kings - 10:30 (Marv Albert, Chris Webber)

December 4th
Cavaliers vs. Knicks - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Greg Anthony, David Aldridge)
Pelicans vs. Warriors - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)

December 11th
Cavaliers vs. Thunder - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Grant Hill, Rachel Nichols)
Clippers vs. Trail Blazers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Brent Barry, Rebecca Haarlow)

December 18th
Knicks vs. Bulls - 8:00 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Charles Barkley)
Thunder vs. Warriors - 10:30 (Marv Albert, Chris Webber, Lewis Johnson)

Christmas - December 25th
Lakers vs. Bulls - 8:00 (Kevin Harlan, Chris Webber, David Aldridge)
Warriors vs. Clippers - 10:30 (Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)

January 8th
Rockets vs. Knicks - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)
Heat vs. Trail Blazers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony, Lewis Johnson)

January 15th
Thunder vs. Rockets - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Chris Webber, David Aldridge)
Clippers vs. Trail Blazers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)

Martin Luther King Day - Monday, January 19th
Bulls vs. Cavaliers - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Grant Hill, David Aldridge)
Lakers vs. Suns - 10:30 (Brian Anderson, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)

January 22nd
Spurs vs. Bulls - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Grant Hill, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)
Nets vs. Clippers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Brent Barry, Jaime Maggio)

January 29th
Nuggets vs. Grizzlies - 8:00 (Brian Anderson, Reggie Miller, David Aldridge)
Bulls vs. Lakers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Brent Barry, Lewis Johnson)

February 5th
Clippers vs. Cavaliers - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, Charles Barkley, David Aldridge)
Suns vs. Trail Blazers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Mike Fratello, Rachel Nichols)

Tuesday, February 10th
Rockets vs. Suns - 8:00 (Brian Anderson, Grant Hill, Chris Webber, Allie LaForce)
Nuggets vs. Lakers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)

February 12th
Cavaliers vs. Bulls - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)

Friday, February 13th
Rising Stars Challenge (Matt Winer, Grant Hill, Chris Webber, Rachel Nichols)

Saturday, February 14th
All-Star Saturday Night (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Kenny Smith)

Sunday, February 15th
NBA All-Star Game (Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, Chris Webber, David Aldridge, Rachel Nichols)

February 19th
Mavericks vs. Thunders - 8:00 (Kevin Harlan, Steve Smith, Rachel Nichols)
Spurs vs. Clippers - 10:30 (Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, Rebecca Haarlow)

February 26th
Warriors vs. Cavaliers - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Chris Webber, Allie LaForce)
Thunder vs. Suns - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, David Aldridge)

March 5th
Thunder vs. Bulls - 8:00 (Kevin Harlan, Steve Smith, Craig Sager)
Mavericks vs. Trail Blazers - 10:30 (Marv Albert, Brent Barry, Rebecca Haarlow)

March 12th
Grizzlies vs. Wizards - 7:00 (Marv Albert, Mike Fratello, David Aldridge)
Cavaliers vs. Spurs - 9:30 (Kevin Harlan, Charles Barkley, Chris Webber, Rachel Nichols)

Tuesday, March 24th
Spurs vs. Mavericks - 8:00 (Kevin Harlan, Mike Fratello, David Aldridge)
Warriors vs. Trail Blazers - 10:30 (Dick Stockton, Brent Barry, Rebecca Haarlow)

Tuesday, March 31st
Spurs vs. Heat - 8:00 (Kevin Harlan, Steve Smith, David Aldridge)
Warriors vs. Clippers - 10:30 (Kevin Calabro, Mike Fratello, Jaime Maggio)

April 2nd
Heat vs. Cavaliers - 8:00 (Ian Eagle, Chris Webber, David Aldridge)
Suns vs. Warriors - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Brent Barry, Rebecca Haarlow)

Tuesday, April 7th
Spurs vs. Thunder - 8:00 (Kevin Calabro, Chris Webber, Rebecca Haarlow)
Lakers vs. Clippers - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Mike Fratello, David Aldridge)

April 9th
Bulls vs. Heat - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, Rachel Nichols)
Trail Blazers vs. Warriors - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Brent Barry, Lewis Johnson)

Tuesday, April 14th
Wizards vs. Pacers - 8:00 (Marv Albert, Brent Barry, Rachel Nichols)
Clippers vs. Suns - 10:30 (Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, Allie LaForce)

25 comments:

  1. Are you going to get the play-by-play schedule before the season starts like last year? It was very useful and I couldn't find elsewhere.

    http://www.bflo360.com/2013/10/2013-14-nba-on-tnt-schedule.html

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    1. I'm planning on it as soon as I see them. What's interesting is that TNT posted their schedule and we still don't know who will be replacing Steve Kerr.

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  2. Since Spero Dedes left the Knicks radio network on ESPN New York 98.7FM will he be calling any games on TNT this year

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    1. I doubt it but I guess anything is possible. TNT hasn't announced their announcer teams yet.

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  3. Will Dick Stockton still be the third lead announcer or will Ian Eagle or Matt Devlin take his place

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    1. I think it will probably be Brian Anderson as he got a handful of regular season games as well as playoff games.

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  4. Why does TNT not air tripleheaders during Martin Luther King anymore

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  5. How did TNT get games on Christmas? I thought only ESPN and ABC carry the Christmas games?

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    1. I'm not entirely sure to be honest. I do recall them airing a doubleheader in 2008 on Christmas as well as the opener in 2011 (which was a contract thing) but here, maybe they made some deal with ESPN.

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    2. Christmas is on a Thursday this year, therefore TNT have their regular Thursday Night Doubleheader

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    3. TNT has had at least one game on Christmas Day each of the past 3 seasons. The NBA bumped it up to 5 games so TNT always gets at least one of them. Sometimes NBAtv gets one, and other times TNT has 2. It usually ends up ESPN 1, ABC 2, NBAtv 1 or 0, TNT 2 or 1.

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  6. FYI- It was Jamie Maggio who did sideline for Rockets/ Spurs, not David Aldridge.

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  7. Lewis Johnson did the Clippers Heat Game, and Rebecca Harlow did the Bulls Kings game last night

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  8. Will Andrew Catalon call a game

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  9. Brian Anderson called the Nuggets vs Grizzlies game on Jan 29th not Marv Albert

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  10. How do you know the announcing assignments two weeks in advance? That's amazing. Are you working for the station?

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    1. Many times they are available in their press releases.
      https://pressroom.turner.com/us/turner-sports/media-releases#.VOTZVPnF-So

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  11. Tuesday, 3/24
    Kevin Harlan/Mike Fratello/David Aldridge (SA-DAL)
    Marv Albert or Brian Anderson/TBA/TBA (GS-POR) (don't know, but can find out..)

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    1. Thank you, I apologize for not posting the crews earlier but I have gotten the correct crews and will update them promptly.

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  12. The 8:00 game on March 24th is San Antonio@Dallas, not LA Lakers@Oklahoma City.

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    1. Thank you, my apologies for not updating.

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  13. Will Ian Eagle or Kevin Calabro call the Spurs and Heat game on Tuesday

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    1. Neither, it will be Kevin Harlan. I've updated the listings above and Calabro will be in Los Angeles.

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  14. Who will Joel Meyers be replaced this year if the Pelicans make the playoffs

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