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KGMZ and Warriors Ink Multi-Year Contract Extension


KGMZ-FM (95.7 The Game) San Francisco
KGMZ-FM (95.7 The Game) San Francisco

The 2022 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors sign a multi-year contract extension with its flagship radio station KGMZ-FM (95.7 The Game) in San Francisco. The partnership began prior to the 2016-17 season and has included four NBA Finals appearances and three NBA titles. The upcoming 2022-23 campaign will mark Golden State's seventh season on "95.7 The Game."

Tim Roye, who is entering his 28th season as the radio voice of the Warriors, will once again handle play-by-play duties. Jim Barnett will continue to join Roye in the booth as color analyst for all road games, marking his 38th season as a Warriors broadcaster, with Tom Tolbert handling analyst duties for home games.

"We're ecstatic to continue our partnership with 95.7 The Game and the Audacy team," said Warriors President and COO Brandon Schneider. "They have been an incredible partner for the last six years, documenting one of the greatest runs in NBA history, and have built a powerful presence in the Bay Area sports media landscape."

"We've been so fortunate to give listeners a front row seat to the sounds of three championships over the last decade, and we're thrilled to extend our partnership with the NBA's premier franchise," added Audacy San Francisco Regional Vice President Stacey Kauffman.

The Game will once again include 30-minute pre- and post-game programs as well as in-season daily Warriors coverage featuring both Warriors and NBA-themed shows. Warriors Roundtable, a weekly radio program hosted by Santa Cruz Warriors radio play-by-play announcer Kevin Danna and Former Warriors Head Coach & General Manager Garry St. Jean, will air weekly live shows throughout the season. Additionally, President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Bob Myers and Head Coach Steve Kerr will make weekly appearances on The Game.

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