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Lakers First Commercial With New Partner Time Warner Cable Reviewed by Momizat on . A lot of talk has been going around lately surrounding the Lakers and their new broadcasting partner Time Warner Cable, who will be creating two exclusive Laker A lot of talk has been going around lately surrounding the Lakers and their new broadcasting partner Time Warner Cable, who will be creating two exclusive Laker Rating:
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Lakers First Commercial With New Partner Time Warner Cable


A lot of talk has been going around lately surrounding the Lakers and their new broadcasting partner Time Warner Cable, who will be creating two exclusive Lakers channels for the upcoming season and beyond.

In order to begin to hype up their audience for the upcoming season on both Time Warner Cable SportsNet and Time Warner Cable Deportes, they have begun to release several commercials for their new, Laker-centric channels.

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  • givememorelakers

    i live in ny will i get to watch every laker game??

    • NERO

      My cousin lives in NY as well and is a Laker fan. He ordered NBA League Pass couple years ago to watch his Lakers and other NBA games. It’s not cheap, but a way to watch his Lakers. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/adam.kingston.92 Adam Kingston

    I currently live in San Diego and have cox, if they dont pick up these channels I will switch to a provider that does. No TWC here though unfortunetely. So direct TV, Dish, or Cox… who’s gonna get my business? I am sure one of those will pick it up…

  • EMJ32

    Thank you Charter Communications. The first cable company to come to their senses and agree to Laker telecasts w/Time Warner. They did not leave us hanging.  Thanks again Charter!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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