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Where to Watch/Listen to the Lakers


To Watch:
Lakers games are broadcast locally on FS West HD and KCAL 9 HD . FS West broadcasts home games and KCAL 9 broadcasts away games, except those games home or away blacked out for national broadcasts. The national broadcast partners of the NBA are ABC, TNT, ESPN and NBA TV.
Meet Bill Macdonald and Stu Lantz, our local television broadcasters.
To find your TV options for a specific game, check our schedule page.
For out of market or online viewing use NBA League Pass. NBA League Pass is also on Apple TV.
Fans can also participate in Fan Night Tuesdays on NBA TV. Fans can go to NBA.com and vote for the game they want shown on NBA TV on Tuesday night. Voting takes place the week prior to the game and results are posted by 8am Pacific on the Monday before the game. Teams can only be voted to appear on NBA TV 9 times. Should the Lakers be voted on to NBA TV, they will be blacked out on NBA League Pass.

FS West
KCAL

 

To Listen:
The Lakers have a new flagship radio station, 710 AM ESPN. We have also put together a network of radio stations to provide coverage across the entire Southland. Search below for the radio station nearest to you.
Meet John Ireland and Mychal Thompson, our local radio broadcasters.
Lakers Flagship: KSPN 710 AM - Los Angeles

Lakers Radio Network:
KHTY 970 AM - Bakersfield
KMET 1490 AM - Banning
KSZL 1230 AM - Barstow
KFIG 1430 AM - Fresno
KAVL 610 AM - Lancaster
KPSI 920 AM - Palm Springs
KLOA 1240 AM - Ridgecrest
KTIE 590 AM - San Bernardino
KLSD 1360 AM - San Diego
KKJL 1400 AM - San Luis Obispo
KTMS 990 AM - Santa Barbara
KVTA 1520 AM - Ventura
KVFG 103.1 FM - Victorville

Outside of California
KBAD 920 AM - Las Vegas
KVYA 1230 AM - New Mexico
For out of market or online audio use NBA Audio League Pass

FOUNDATION
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MISSION STATEMENT
The Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation's goal is to assist nonprofit community organizations based on need. With the Foundation's focus on the use of sports to promote education, teamwork and self-esteem among Los Angeles area youth, our fundraising directly supports these initiatives by providing financial assistance to children and local youth programs. The Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation is a 501(c)(3).
GRANT APPLICATION PROCEDURES
Organizations must send in a written request to be reviewed. Reviews are done quarterly with the following deadlines: March 15, June 15, Sept. 15 and Dec. 15. An organization may submit only one application in a calendar year. The Board then decides which group(s) will then receive funding or a donation.

We encourage you to send in your request. Please include any important information, pictures, etc that might be helpful in making our decision. Please enclose a copy of your organization's IRS tax exempt letter showing the tax ID number.

Send final proposal to:
Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation
555 North Nash St.
El Segundo, CA 90245
DONATE TO THE LAKERS YOUTH FOUNDATION
If you'd like to send in a tax deductible donation to the Lakers Youth Foundation, make check payable to Lakers Youth Foundation and mail it to Lakers Youth Foundation 555 N. Nash St., El Segundo CA 90245. You can also make a donation online. Go to our Lakers Youth Foundation Donations page for more information. Thank you for your support!.


Lakers Youth Foundation and Jersey Mike's Subs Team Up for Month of Giving
During the month of March, Jersey Mike's Subs restaurants throughout Southern California participated in a "Month of Giving" fundraising campaign to benefit the Lakers Youth Foundation. Customers who made a $5 donation received Jersey Mike's branded Silly Bandz along with a coupon for free chips and a drink. One-hundred (100%) of the Silly Bandz donations were contributed to the Lakers Youth Foundation....Full Story


Dr. Buss' Poker Tournament
Earlier this month, Lakers owner Dr. Jerry Buss hosted a celebrity poker tournament at the Bicycle Casino in Bell Gardens for the benefit of the Smile Train, the world's largest cleft charity. For a donation of $250, fans played poker with Lakers celebrity players, including Dr. Buss and Spero Dedes. Each player had a chance to win a share of over $25,000 in prizes. The event was a huge success, raising over $25,000 for the charity...Full Story


See Your Name In Lights At STAPLES CENTER
You may post a Welcome or Happy Birthday message for a fee of $50.00 per message. Please review the below guidelines, and then complete the attached message request form, sign the form and fax it back to the Lakers Community Relations Department at least 48 hours prior to the desired game...more





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Last Update: August 17, 2011
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