We’re leaving winter behind as we follow the heat and the [Phoenix] Suns all the way through the weekend. Friday and Saturday the Phoenix Suns will be playing on ESPN. The glory of the Southwest will be facing off against a double-dose of Texas competition: The San Antonio Spurs and the Houston Rockets. If you play with fire, you’re going to get burned and Phoenix needs both of these wins to make the playoffs. Will they do it or just be a flash in the weekend pan?
If you are looking for perpetual heat, look no further than Las Vegas. We’re heading down to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention this weekend. From Saturday until next Thursday, we’ll be at the Chyron booth (SL1510), giving live demonstrations of the best Social TV app on the market. Stop by and see us if you are there!
As glamorous as Vegas can be, we’ll be longing for the fair weather in Los Angeles. Hopefully the rain leaves in time for Sunday’s magical game between the Dodgers and New York’s prize team, The Yankees. Join us for the first pitch at 5pm Pacific and see who wins the battle of the coasts. We’ll show team stats, player averages, and more to keep you in on all of the important stats. Be sure to share the iPad download link with your friends:
Any game is better with your friends.
As always, keep watching and stay tuned for more updates!
–The ConnecTV Team
Check out the viewing parties below, hand-crafted for your viewing pleasure:
Phoenix Suns vs. Houston Rockets
5pm Pacific, ESPN
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Jason Segel, Anna Faris, and Far East Movement
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Josh Brolin, Kiernan Shipka, Peter Farrelly, and The Fray
Phoenix Suns vs. San Antonio Spurs
6pm Pacific, ESPN
Dallas Mavericks vs. LA Lakers
12:30pm Pacific, ABC
LA Dodgers vs. NY Yankees
5pm Pacific, ESPN
Game of Thrones