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Friday, October 26, 2007 - Page updated at 10:31 a.m.

2006-2007 Schedule

Sonics schedule

Calabro and Wilkens on TV; Locke on radio

The Sonics will have 71 of their games televised by FSN. Play-by-play announcer Kevin Calabro, in his 20th year with the Sonics, will be paired with analyst Lenny Wilkens, a Hall of Fame player and coach.

Wilkens moves from the FSN studio to replace Craig Ehlo, whose contract was not renewed after two seasons.

Calabro will no longer handle the bulk of the radio broadcasts because the team sold the rights to KTTH-AM (770) and quit production of its simulcast. Former KJR-AM host David Locke will call games on the radio, but Calabro is expected to return for the 11 games not on FSN.

Make a date

Nov. 1 vs. Portland: At Opening Night, all fans receive three giveaways: magnetic schedule picture frames, commemorative 40th anniversary T-shirts and 40th anniversary rally towels.

Nov. 5 vs. L.A. Lakers: The 40th anniversary team will be honored in a halftime ceremony.

All November and December home games: Fans who bring empty Mountain Dew or Sierra Mist cans or bottles to the box office receive $15 off select lower-level seats.

XBOX 360 & 107.7 The End "Student Rush" games: At 16 designated games, students bringing their ID card to the box office one hour before tipoff receive the best available seats (excluding courtside) for $15.

Pepsi & 97.3 KBSG "Kids at the Key" games: All Sunday home games feature kid-focused game entertainment.

Nov. 24 vs. Sacramento: "60s Night" featuring special Sonics legends celebrating the first era of Sonics basketball.

Dec. 20 vs. Dallas: "70s Night."

Jan. 19 vs. Milwaukee: "80s Night."

Feb. 10 vs. Sacramento: "90s Night."

For promotional calendar updates: www.supersonics.com

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