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CLIPPERS: Clippers and Prime Ticket Announce Exclusive Multi-Year Agreement

The Clippers announced their new TV deal with Prime Ticket today. This was not unexpected - it was clear they'd be on Prime this season. And in this age, it matters little that they don't have a 'Broadcast TV' partner like KTLA anymore, if that term even means anything anymore. The bad news is the 'minimum 70 games' thing. Contractually, Prime Ticket only has to show 70 of the 82 game schedule. I assume that they'll show much more and we'll just have to wait and see when the actual schedule is released exactly what we're going to get this season. But I was kind of hoping that the exclusive deal would get us all 82 games.

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