The Miami Heat have announced the complete schedule for their first round matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers.
GAME DATE WHERE TIME TV
Game 1 Sat., April 16 @ Miami 3:30 PM ABC
Game 2 Mon., April 18 @ Miami 7:00 PM Sun Sports/TNT
Game 3 Thu., April 21 @ Philadelphia TBD Sun Sports/TNT
Game 4 Sun., April 24 @ Philadelphia 1:00 PM ABC
Game 5 * Wed., April 27 @ Miami TBD TBD
Game 6 * Fri., April 29 @ Philadelphia TBD TBD
Game 7 * Sun., May 1 @ Miami TBD TBD
*Games will be played if necessary.
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All games not aired on ABC will be made available locally on Sun Sports in HD. HEAT originals Eric Reid and Tony Fiorentino will call the action, while Jason Jackson will report from courtside. Home and road telecasts will begin with a special half hour edition of HEAT Live, the pre-game show hosted by Jason Jackson. Each telecast will also feature extended post-game coverage live from site.
In addition, WAXY 790 The Ticket will carry all HEAT playoff games and will have expanded HEAT playoff coverage featuring HEAT play-by-play announcer Mike Inglis, and color commentator John Crotty. 790 The Ticket will also present a three-hour radio special called "White Hot HEAT Playoff Preview!" on Friday, April 15 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. hosted by Jason Jackson, a frequent 790 guest host.
Jackson will interview HEAT guests, provide a look ahead at the HEAT playoffs, and will take listeners’ calls about the HEAT during the program. 790 The Ticket will also broadcast live from many White Hot HEAT Playoff activities, further highlighting their position as “home of the HEAT.”
All HEAT playoff games can be heard en Español on Univision Radio’s WQBA-1140 AM. José Pañeda will handle the play-by-play duties, with Joe Pujala serving as host/color commentator.