Time Warner Cable Bringing Excitement to Lakers Fans

The Los Angeles Lakers are one of the most historic and decorated franchise in all of sports, not just the NBA. The Lakers have millions of fans all across the world and their logo can be recognized nearly everywhere you go. With all of this popularity comes a demand for up-to-date and groundbreaking coverage. Luckily for the Los Angeles Lakers fans, they are getting just that.

Starting in the 2012-13 NBA season, Time Warner Cable will have extensive coverage of the Los Angeles Lakers. From breaking news to live games, Time Warner Cable will be doing its best to provide Lakers fans with the best coverage of the team. In addition, for the first time in history, an NBA team will have two channels dedicated to them, one in English and the other in Spanish.

With a large Spanish-speaking population in Los Angeles, Time Warner Cable has made sure that audience gets is fair share of Lakers news. This group of people have made the Lakers what they are, and this is an opportunity for the team to give back to their faithful fans.

As for the English channel, Lakers fans will continue to experience the amazing work they have been used to for all these years. The broadcasting crew will be one of familiar faces and voices. The Lakers are a team of tradition and Time Warner Cable will be doing all it can to continue on with that legacy.

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The Los Angeles Lakers have made major changes to their roster this off-season, which have excited fans all over Lakers Nation. However, followers of the team should be just as excited about the addition of Time Warner Cable to the Lakers family.

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