NEW YORK, NY - The High School Basketball Network has inked a deal to broadcast the McDonald's All-American Games on SiriusXM Radio.
The broadcast will be live from the United Center in Chicago, IL and will include a pre-game show at 8:15pm CST and live coverage of the boy's game starting at 8:30pm CST on March 28.
The McDonald's All-American Games will have twenty-four of the top prospects in the country, including No. 1-ranked Shabazz Muhammad as well as Metropolitan area players DaJuan Coleman and Kyle Anderson
In addition to play-by-play coverage, the HSB Network will conduct interviews with some of the top players participating in the games.
SiriusXM Radio has over 35 million subscribers which includes the widely popular College Sports Network Channel.
"This is a great opportunity to bring premier high school basketball to a vast audience," said Maurice Wingate, President of The HSB Network.
The Games will also be televised on ESPN but the Director of the McDonald's All-American Games, Douglas Freeland looks to increase exposure of the event even more. "[We're] Looking forward to working with HSBN to take the McDonald's All American Games to the next level, "he said.
The HSB Network has previously webcasted the Jordan Brand Classic over the years at Madison Square Garden and most recently launched its inaugural radio broadcast on SiriusXM with the Naismith Hall of Fame's Hoophall Classic in Springfield, MA.