SiriusXM Announces Special Programming for 2014 NBA Playoffs
SiriusXM NBA Radio, channel 217, to feature interviews with some of the greatest postseason players in NBA history
Listeners nationwide get live play-by-play of every playoff game
Throughout the day, SiriusXM NBA Radio hosts - including Hall of Famer
During the playoffs, subscribers will get live play-by-play broadcasts of every postseason game through the Finals on their satellite radios, through the SiriusXM Internet Radio App and at SiriusXM.com. Those listening through the app and online can also choose between the home and visiting team broadcasts for every game. Visit www.SiriusXM.com/NBASchedule for channel listings.
"Friday will be a remarkable day of programming on SiriusXM NBA Radio," said
NBA Playoffs Preview Day on SiriusXM NBA Radio -
The Starting Lineup with hosts
- A three-time NBA Champion with the
Chicago Bulls, Kukoc hit a buzzer beater to beat the New York Knicksin Game 3 of the 1994 Eastern Conference Semifinals.
- A four-time All-Star and two-time All-NBA First Team selection, King scored 44 points in a memorable shootout with
Isiah Thomasin the 1984 Playoffs.
- An eight-time NBA Champion with the
Celticsand the 1974 Finals MVP, Havlicek's steal in Game 7 of the 1965 Eastern Conference Finals remains one of the most famous plays in NBAhistory.
Off the Dribble with hosts
- The Pearl, one of the most exciting point guards in the history of the game, scored 23 points in the deciding Game 5 of the 1973 Finals as the
New York Knickswon their second NBAtitle.
- The three-time All-Star averaged over 20 points per game during the 2004 Playoffs and led the
Detroit Pistonsto the franchise's third NBAtitle.
- As a rookie, Wilkens, a future nine-time All-Star, played a key role in the St. Louis
Hawks'1961 run to the NBA Finals. As a coach, he guided the Seattle SuperSonicsto the 1979 NBAtitle.
NBA Today with hosts Justin Termine and
- One of the most decorated players in the history of the league, West won five NBA Championships as a player and executive for the L.A. Lakers. He is also the only player in history to be named the Finals MVP (1969) despite being on the losing side.
- The 11-time All-Star and 2001 league MVP averaged more than 29 points per game in his eight trips to the playoffs.
- A three-time NBA Champion, Worthy was named Finals MVP after recording a triple-double to lead the
Lakersto victory over the Pistonsin Game 7 of the 1988 Finals.
Throughout the playoffs SiriusXM NBA Radio, channel 217, will be a daily source of news and talk for
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