Las Vegas To Partner With MyLVTV To Televise Up To 25 Games Locally In 2021

LAS VEGAS (May 20, 2021)—The Las Vegas Aces and MyLVTV today announced a partnership to bring basketball fans 25 of the team’s 32 regular season games to local broadcast television, including 10 road games. The partnership formally tips off with the Aces’ home opener against the Los Angeles Sparks, scheduled for Friday, May 21 at 7:30 pm PT.

Fans of the Las Vegas Aces can watch the games on MyLVTV, available locally over the air (Channel 33.2), on COX (Channel 12), on Centurylink (Channel 21) and on DirecTV (Channel 21 and Dish Network (channel 21). In addition, all games will feature a 30-minute postgame show. All home games are broadcast from Michelob ULTRA Arena.

The games will also stream locally on iOS and Android devices through STIRR, Sinclair Broadcast Group’s free streaming app.

Anne Marie Anderson returns for her third season as the play-by-play announcer for the Aces. She is a multiple Emmy award winner who has worked in a wide variety of roles both behind and in front of the camera.

Over the course of her career she has covered six Olympic games, NBA Playoffs, the Super Bowl, Golf’s majors, MLB Playoffs, heavyweight title fights and big games in a variety of collegiate and professional sports.

Anderson has also worked as a studio host, and has written Olympic features for and ESPN The Magazine.

She is joined by former WNBA and 1999 NCAA Champion Head Coach Carolyn Peck as the team’s color analyst. Peck guided Purdue to the 1999 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship, becoming the first African American woman to do so. The Boilermakers went 34-1 on the year, and won each of their tournament games by double digits.

Peck then went on to serve as the expansion Orlando Miracle’s general manager and head coach for the team’s first three seasons in the WNBA.

She returned to the collegiate ranks as head coach of the Florida Gators from 2002-07, and as an assistant coach with her alma mater, Vanderbilt, from 2016-18.

Peck first began working for ESPN in 2001, and over the past two decades, has covered men’s and women’s college basketball, and NBA and WNBA games for the network as a both an in-game and studio analyst. Fans most recently saw her working in studio at the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship—her sixth time working the title game.

In addition to the Aces local television contract, the team has five games being broadcast on ABC this season, two on ESPN2, three on ESPN3, five on CBS SportsNetwork, two on Facebook, two on Amazon Prime, one on twitter and six on NBA TV.