The Nets announced that 60 of their games, including Thursday night's game vs. the Celtics, will be broadcast on the New York affiliate of Univision Radio. WADO 1280AM will carry the games. Rafael Hernandez Brito and Ino Gomez will handle the call.
Univision Radio, the leading radio network serving Hispanic America, will be broadcasting 60 Brooklyn Nets regular season games, including Thursday's matchup against the Boston Celtics at Barclays Center on WADO 1280AM, the Nets and Univision announced Thursday.
Rafael Hernandez Brito, who handles play-by-play duties, is the Univision Radio play-by-play voice for NFL Sunday and Monday night games, playoffs and the Super Bowl. He is also the host of the national talk show "Locura Deportiva" (Sports Madness), a Univision Radio sports program. Ino Gomez, Univision Radio’s basketball analyst, is the co-host of "Buen Dia Nueva York" (Good Day New York)/
"We’re excited to bring our Spanish-speaking fans closer to the Brooklyn Nets on WADO 1280AM," said Brett Yormark. "Brooklyn is one of the most diverse areas in the U.S., and includes more than 400,000 Spanish-speaking residents. We are proud that WADO 1280AM is providing our community and the entire city with a great listening experience for Nets games."
For additional broadcast times, and the latest on basketball, including blogs by Latino NBA players, the latest news, photo galleries, interactive fan content and other offerings, fans can visit the éne-bé-a site on UnivisionDeportes.com.