ESPN Adds Golden State Warriors Telecast for December 16


ESPN Adds Golden State Warriors Telecast for December 16

ESPN has added another Golden State Warriors telecast to its schedule. The undefeated Warriors (22-0 through Dec. 7) will host the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday, December 16 at 10:30 p.m. ET.  This game will be replacing the previously scheduled Milwaukee Bucks vs. Los Angeles Clippers game. Mark Jones, analyst Mark Jackson, and reporter J.A Adande will provide game commentary. It will air on ESPN Deportes as well.

This is the second Golden State Warriors telecast that ESPN has added, in addition to its regular scheduled Warriors games, as the company continues to document their undefeated streak. ESPN had added the Warriors vs. Denver Nuggets game on Nov. 22.

Additionally, today’s 6 p.m. edition of SportsCenter will originate from the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis where the Golden State Warriors will attempt to stretch their record season-opening winning streak to 23 games when they play the Indiana Pacers tonight. Anchor Lindsay Czarniak will be courtside where she will be joined by ESPN NBA Insider Marc Stein and other guests. The show will also feature a Czarniak interview with the Warriors’ Draymond Green.

If the Warriors win tonight, Stein will continue to be on site for Warriors games to contribute to pre-game and game coverage for SportsCenter as they remain unbeaten.

All NBA on ESPN games and SportsCenter are also available on WatchESPN.

*Wednesday’s Warriors-Suns game is subject to local blackout in the San Francisco market.


Media contacts: Ben Cafardo at 860-766-3496 or [email protected] (@Ben_ESPN);

Gianina Thompson at 860-766-7022 or [email protected] (@Gianina_ESPN).



Gianina Thompson

“Never wish for it more than you work for it.” My dad has told me this ever since we watched the New York Yankees win the World Series in 1996. Living by those words has brought me to ESPN as their Senior Publicist for NBA, MLB, FIBA, and Little League. Working for the World Wide Leader in Sports, it comes naturally that I have a competitive nature. Competing on a Division 1 college rowing team and receiving both my master’s and bachelor’s degrees before turning 22 years old, further illustrates that. Sports are more than entertainment; it’s hopes for something bigger than yesterday.
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