As mentioned earlier this morning, here is the full schedule of expanded Celtics coverage from Comcast SportsNet over the next couple weeks:

COMCAST SPORTSNET TO BLANKET CELTICS-LAKERS NBA FINALS WITH 25 HOURS

 OF LIVE COVERAGE FROM LOS ANGELES AND BOSTON 

SportsNet Central and Celtics Pre/Post Game Shows Live from LA for Games 1 and 2 

Coverage Tips Off with Live SportsNet Central NBA Finals Preview on Wednesday at 7 p.m. 

BURLINGTON, MA – Comcast SportsNet, the home to the Boston Celtics and the region’s largest all-sports news desk, will provide an unmatched 25 hours of coverage of the Boston Celtics-Los Angeles Lakers NBA Finals from LA Live outside the Staples Center and TD Garden in Boston.

Comcast SportsNet’s coverage tip-offs with a comprehensive live one-hour SportsNet Central NBA Finals Preview, Wednesday, June 2, at 7 p.m. Anchored by Gary Tanguay, SportsNet Central NBA Finals Preview will feature analysis from Tommy Heinsohn, Mike Gorman, Donny Marshall, and Greg Dickerson.

Before and after Games 1 and 2, Tanguay and Marshall will host Celtics Pre-Game Live and Celtics Postgame Live from LA Live outside the Staples Center. Comcast SportsNet’s Mike Gorman, Greg Dickerson and CSNNE.com’s Celtics Insider A. Sherrod Blakely will join the pre and post game shows from LA. NBA Hall of Famer Tommy Heinsohn and Celtics Now host Michael Holley will join the coverage from Comcast SportsNet’s Burlington, MA studio.

Comcast SportsNet’s coverage of the Celtics-Lakers series will also include SportsNet Central live from Los Angeles on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of this week. Draper will co-anchor the coverage live from LA at 6 p.m., 10:30 p.m. and 1 a.m. Gary Tanguay will also co-anchor Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight at 6:30 on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from Los Angeles.

Comcast SportsNet’s full live schedule includes: 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2

6:00 p.m.:  SportsNet Central live from LA Live

6:30 p.m.:  Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight live from LA Live

7:00 p.m.: SportsNet Central NBA Finals Preview live from LA Live

10:00 p.m.:  Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight live from LA Live

10:30 p.m.: SportsNet Central live from LA Live

1 a.m.: SportsNet Central live from LA Live
 

GAME 1 | THURSDAY, JUNE 3
6:00 p.m.:  SportsNet Central live from LA Live

6:30 p.m.:  Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight live from LA Live

7:30 p.m.: Celtics Pre-game live from LA Live
11:30 p.m.: Celtics Postgame live from LA Live

1 a.m.: SportsNet Central live from LA Live


FRIDAY, JUNE 4

6:00 p.m.:  SportsNet Central live from LA Live

6:30 p.m.:  Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight from LA Live

10:00 p.m.:  Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight live from LA Live

10:30 p.m.: SportsNet Central live from LA Live

1 a.m.: SportsNet Central live from LA Live


GAME 2 | SUNDAY, JUNE 6
6:00 p.m.: SportsNet Central Live from LA Live

6:30 p.m.: Celtics Pre-game Live from LA Live
10:30 p.m.: Celtics Postgame Live from LA Live

1 a.m.:  SportsNet Central Live from LA Live


GAME 3 | TUESDAY, JUNE 8
6:00 p.m.:  SportsNet Central live from TD Garden

6:30 p.m.: Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight live from TD Garden

7:30 p.m.: Celtics Pre-game Live from ACE Ticket Studio and TD Garden
11:30 p.m.: Celtics Postgame Live from ACE Ticket Studio and TD Garden

1 a.m.: SportsNet Central live from TD Garden

 
GAME 4 | THURSDAY, JUNE 10
6:00 p.m.:  SportsNet Central live from TD Garden

 

6:30 p.m.: Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight live from TD Garden

7:30 p.m.: Celtics Pre-game Live from ACE Ticket Studio and TD Garden
11:30 p.m.: Celtics Postgame Live from ACE Ticket Studio and TD Garden

1 a.m.: SportsNet Central live from TD Garden


GAME 5 | SUNDAY, JUNE 13 (if necessary)
6:00 p.m.: SportsNet Central Live from TD Garden

6:30pm: Celtics Pre-game Live from ACE Ticket Studio and TD Garden
10:30pm: Celtics Postgame Live from ACE Ticket Studio and TD Garden

1 a.m.: SportsNet Central from TD Garden

 
GAME 6 | TUESDAY, JUNE 15 (if necessary)
6:00 p.m.:  SportsNet Central live from LA Live

 

6:30 p.m.:  Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight live from LA Live

7:30 p.m.: Celtics Pre-game live from LA Live
11:30 p.m.: Celtics Postgame live from LA Live

1 a.m.: SportsNet Central live from LA Live


GAME 7 | THURSDAY, JUNE 17 (if necessary)
6:00 p.m.:  SportsNet Central live from LA Live

6:30 p.m.:  Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight live from LA Live

7:30 p.m.: Celtics Pre-game live from LA Live
11:30 p.m.: Celtics Postgame live from LA Live

1 a.m.: SportsNet Central live from LA Live 

CSNNE.com

Comcast SportsNet will extend its on-air coverage with interactive coverage on CSSNE.com. CSNNE.com coverage will include exclusive content from Celtics Insider A. Sherrod Blakely and columnist Rich Levine; in-game chats; interviews with Doc Rivers and player post-game interviews; Greg Dickerson’s post-game recap video; and Mike Gorman’s next game video preview.  Fans can also post pre and post game questions on Comcast SportsNet’s Facebook page and selection questions will be used in show.

Celtics Now – Playoff Editions

Comcast SportsNet’s 30-minute magazine show Celtics Now hosted by Michael Holley will feature special playoff editions throughout the playoffs. Each show will include exclusive player interviews; a weekly panel featuring a Celtics official, a member of the media and a Celtics super fan; “HolleyWould”, Holley’s take on league news; and “Courtvision”, Donny Marshall’s breakdown on key plays for the week. Celtics Now runs every Thursdays at 8 p.m. and repeats throughout the week.

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4 thoughts on “Comcast SportsNet to Host 25 Hours of Live Celtics-Lakers Coverage

  1. Michael Felger has not been nominated for the Boston Sports Media Moron Hall of Fame but, he's doing his damnest to get there. He is the engineer of the Koo Koo chu chu that consists of dead weight freight like Gary Tanguay, Tony Maserati, and Nick Cafardo who are calling Jacoby Ellsbury soft because he has not been playing with CRACKED RIBS. I love it when media members whose worst injuries consists of paper cuts or strained vocal cords question the toughness of athletes. Thank God Bob Neumeier was on 98.5 yesterday and called out Felger when he told him if a guy does not play injured they are soft. If they do and are not performing then they hare jaking it. So with Felger, you can't win. I know this is a cheap shot but I would love to see Nick Cafardo bend over and touch his toes. My guess would be an epic fail.

    This leads me to my next point which is just how bad Boston sports radio continues to be. In my opinion, there are still only two shows that are worth listening, Dale and Holley and D.A. Two out of eight are worth any value at all. That is dreadful. I cannot believe that I have to go to Maine at WJAB or ESPNradio.com for decent talk. Here in New Hampshire, WGAM will has improved with the removal of Jim Rome but they still only partially have Colin Cowherd and SVP. For some reason, WGAM still has the dreadful Dan Patrick and Mike Mutnansky is sounding more and more like he went to the Glenn Ordway, John Dennis School of Broadcasting. I believe that Hardy and Troupiano should be a weekday staple over Gresh and Zo or Felger and Mazz.

    One more item, I disagree with you Bruce when you said that Mike Breen could hardly mask his disappointment over the Celtics winning in six. I believe he was doing what any play by play person does when there is a blowout and that is trying to prevent the clickers from going someplace else. I do not think Breen is stupid. He did Orlando and L.A. last year and there was not a ton of buzz and the series was lackluster. He knows having L.A. vs. Boston will have many more eyes on it. As far as JVG and Mark Jackson getting on Breen, my guess is that ESPN was not overly pleased by it.

  2. I had to turn off the Hub yesterday because of the manufactured story about how Tom Brady is angry with the Pats and is on his way out the door. They just showed why they're so ignorant when it comes to how Kraft and BB run that team.

    Talk about your pot-stirring.

  3. It's based on this completely speculative article from the aptly named Yahoo Sports:
    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ms-trippinw

    You should have heard F&G…the ignorance was breathtaking. Felger wants Brady gone so then he can bust on Pats fans because their binky got away and so he can say the Krafts are skinflints who don't know what they're doing.

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