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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Cavs Will Be Back on WUAB 43 for Five Games This Season

Posted By on Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 2:09 PM

CLE 43 WUAB will once again partner with Fox Sports Ohio to air five Cleveland Cavaliers games during the 2015-2016 campaign. 

“With the Cavaliers making it all the way to the Finals last season, fans are anticipating great things of this team.” CLE 43 WUAB Vice President and General Manager Dominic Mancuso said in a press release. “We’re proud to partner with Fox Sports Ohio to help be a part of what should be an exciting season." 

The WUAB coverage will be an FSO simulcast, so if you don't have cable or Ballstreams, you'll still be able to savor the play-by-play of Fred McLeod and gleeful color commentary of "Mr. Cavalier" Austin Carr on a local station. 

The Cavs are 8-3 in the early going, having stumbled a bit lately. You can read Scene's own Chris Parker's ongoing beat coverage here

The first game to be televised on 43 will be next Saturday, against the Brooklyn Nets. See full schedule below:  

Saturday 11/28/15 Cleveland vs. Brooklyn Nets, 7:30pm
Sunday 12/20/15 Cleveland vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 3:30pm
Sunday 2/28/16 Cleveland vs. Washington Wizards, 1:00pm
Monday 3/14/16 Cleveland vs. Utah Jazz, 9:00pm
Sunday 4/3/16 Cleveland vs. Charlotte Hornets, 3:30pm

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