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Utah Jazz announce season broadcast schedule

Fans react as the Utah Jazz score during Game 4 of the NBA playoffs against the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City on Monday, April 23, 2018.
Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — With the start of the official NBA season just a few weeks away, Utah Jazz fans will have a plethora of options to follow the live game action.

The Jazz announced Tuesday the schedule for local television and radio broadcasts for the coming season. Most TV games will air on AT&T SportsNet, which will televise 76 regular-season games, along with four preseason contests, including a home game on Oct. 5 versus Adelaide of Australia’s National Basketball League, Oct. 9 at Milwaukee, followed by another road game at New Orleans on Oct. 11, with the final preseason against Portland on Oct. 16, a news release stated.

All games will be available on AT&T SportsNet in both the Rocky Mountain and Northwest regions, including Idaho, Montana, parts of Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. Games are also available out of market through an NBA League Pass subscription.

Fans whose TV subscription includes AT&T SportsNet can stream Jazz games on the AT&T SportsNet app or attsportsnet.com.

New this year, the TV pregame, halftime and postgame shows will be broadcast from the main concourse of Vivint Smart Home Arena during home games, the release said. The studio will be located on the porch between sections 1 and 2 near the main entrance.

The Jazz are scheduled to appear on national television 25 times during the regular season on various networks, including ESPN, TNT and NBA TV. The NBA TV feed will only be seen outside of the AT&T SportsNet Jazz broadcast territory.

On radio, all Jazz preseason and regular-season games will again be broadcast on the Zone Sports Network on 1280 AM and 97.5 FM. Games will also be broadcast in Spanish on 1600 AM KTUB, with 45 contests simulcast live this season on Latino 106.3 FM KBMG.