Lakers Games Moved From Fox Sports West to Prime Ticket

After Tuesday’s game against the New Jersey Nets and Wednesday’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers, the Los Angeles Lakers will take on the Houston Rockets on Friday, April 6, but that game along with the matchup against the rival San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday, April 17 will not be aired on Fox Sports West. Instead, these two games will be aired on Fox Sports West’s sister network, Prime Ticket.

Here is the officially press release from the Los Angeles Lakers:

Fox Sports West will be moving two upcoming Lakers games in April from Fox Sports West, which broadcasts most Lakers home games, to its sister network Prime Ticket.

Lakers home games on Friday, April 6 against the Houston Rockets and Tuesday, April 17 against the San Antonio Spurs have been moved from Fox Sports West to Prime Ticket in cable and satellite homes in the Los Angeles market and in satellite homes in the San Diego market.  Both games will still air on Fox Sports West in cable homes in the San Diego market.

In the Los Angeles market, both games will be seen on Prime Ticket in cable and satellite homes and will no longer be aired on Fox Sports West.  Prime Ticket in High Definition can be found on AT&T-Uverse on channel 1774, Charter on channel 738, Cox (OC) on channel 763, Dish Network on channel 411, DirecTV on channel 693, Time Warner on channel 464 and Verizon Fios on channel 577.

In the San Diego market, both games will still air on Fox Sports West in cable homes, but on Prime Ticket in satellite homes, including channel 411 for Dish Network and channel 693 for DirecTV.

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