By Brooks Warren/The Sports Pulse Contributor
WASHINGTON – Washington Wizards’ games during the resumption of 2019-2020 regular season will be broadcast through their regional television and radio partners.
Coverage of the three exhibition games followed by the eight seeding games will be broadcasted live on television through NBC Sports Washington (NBCSW). WGL Washington Wizards Radio Network will provide live audio of every game as well, with WFED 1500 AM distributing the Washington, D.C broadcast.
Both broadcasted the Wizards’ first two exhibitions against the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Clippers. Washington will take on the Los Angeles Lakers in their final exhibition game before its first seeding game on Friday against the Phoenix Suns.
NBCSW will also broadcast a live one-hour show before and after each of the seeding games. The station’s live coverage, including pregame and postgame content, will be available to stream on the MyTeams app and NBCSportsWashington.com.
Dates and times are posted online on the team’s website.
Wizards release social justice t-shirt
In another step to their calls for social justice, the Monumental Sports and Entertainment Foundation announced the release of a line of limited edition social justice t-shirts in partnership with When We All Vote.
The shirt, featuring the team’s D.C. logo with a raised fist, was first seen during s joint protest with the WNBA’s Washington Mystics on June 19 or “Juneteenth.” According to the press release, the t-shirts represent the need to spread knowledge to the ongoing battle against police brutality and encourage voter turnout for future elections.
During the march, Wizards’ leading scorer Bradley Beal said the closed fist symbol represents the team’s solidarity in fighting for issues citizens care about together.
“Whenever we get selfish, and out of our ways, coach always puts up five fingers to show as individuals, there’s no power. The same applies for us in the everyday world,” Beal said. “There is power in unity. There is power in strength.”
Monumental said proceeds from shirt sales during July will be donated to When We All Vote programs in the metropolitan area. When We All Vote, created by former First Lady Michelle Obama in 2018, is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing voter participation in elections through strategic partnerships to reach Americans.
Shirts can be purchase in adult sizes small through double extra-large for $28 on the team’s website.