The Sacramento Kings have announced a new broadcast agreement with Comcast SportsNet California.
Comcast will air 70 of the team's 82 games during the 2013-14 regular season. This year marks the 10th consecutive season that CSNCA has served as the Kings primary broadcast partner.
The Kings commitment to providing the best TV experience continues with production of Kings games by the organization's 10-time Emmy Award-winning broadcast team, including all telecasts produced in High Definition (HD).
"Comcast SportsNet is committed to providing the region's most comprehensive Kings coverage through this 70-game telecast schedule along with season-long news and analysis on SportsNet Central and Yahoo! SportsTalk Live," said Ted Griggs, President of Comcast SportsNet Bay Area and Comcast SportsNet California. "Vivek Ranadivé and his executive team have done a terrific job in assembling one of the most dynamic franchises in the NBA. General Manager Pete D'Alessandro and Head Coach Michael Malone have a tremendous roster of players to work with and we are confident that the Kings will provide their passionate and loyal fans with a playoff-caliber season."
"Our continued partnership with Comcast SportsNet California will once again allow us to provide excellent coverage and serve the most Kings fans possible on television," said Kings President Chris Granger. "This season is the debut of a new era for Kings basketball in Sacramento, and we're excited to collaborate with Comcast to share a variety of compelling storylines associated with this team."