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ERIE BAYHAWKS ANNOUNCE 2021 SCHEDULE & PARTNERSHIP WITH LILLY BROADCASTING

Official Release | January 27, 2021

Fifteen game season tips off February 10 at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney

All games will be available to watch live including six games  that will air locally on WSEE 35.3 & stream on the ENN Plus website and app

ERIE, PA – The Erie BayHawks schedule is set for the 2021 NBA G League season that will be played entirely at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort.  The BayHawks will tip-off their 15-game season on February 10 at 3 PM EST when they play the Salt Lake City Stars in what will be the first of seven games that Erie will be designated the home team.

The season opener will also be the first of six games that fans throughout northwest Pennsylvania can watch a live local broadcast over-the-air on Lilly Broadcasting’s ENN Plus WSEE 35.3, or stream it live on the ENN Plus website or app.  All six local broadcasts will be games in which Erie is designated the home team so will include sights and sounds in the arena similar to games at Erie Insurance Arena, and local broadcasters Chris “Red” Hughes and Alex Womer will be on the call.  Due to early start times, local broadcast games will re-air on ENN Plus at 7:30 PM EST the day of each game, with the exception of the February 28 game against the Greensboro Swarm that will air live at 7 PM EST.

Erie will play Team Ignite, the recently launched team for elite NBA Draft-eligible players, on February 17 at 3 PM EST on ESPNU.  All other BayHawks games will be available to watch on ESPN+.

“Having some games broadcast locally with familiar faces like Red and Alex on the call will hopefully give fans a sense of connection with the team during this unique season,” said team president Matt Bresee.  “We’re grateful to Lilly Broadcasting to help make some of our games easily accessible where fans throughout the region can tune in on their TV, phone, or tablet, and be able to watch the re-air in primetime if they miss it during the day.”

The BayHawks are one of 18 teams participating this season and their 15-game schedule will take just 24 days to complete.  The regular season will conclude on March 6 and the top eight teams will advance to a single-elimination playoff.

 

To view the BayHawks Schedule, click HERE.

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