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NBA RADIO KICKS OFF FOUTH SEASON
Published January 18, 1995
NBA Radio will begin its fourth season of telecasts January 22 when it broadcasts the Rockets/Bulls game. NBA Radio is the league's nationally syndicated radio network and delivered to more than 130 stations nationwide. The NBA is the only sports league to produce and market its own national radio series. The season will consist of 13 regular season games, and will include the All-Star Game and post-season coverage (NBA).