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SWX will air seven more Spokane Shock games this season, six of which will be live from the Spokane Arena. SWX will air seven more Spokane Shock games this season, six of which will be live from the Spokane Arena.
SWX will air seven more Spokane Shock games over the course of the 2014 Arena Football League season. The Shock play San Jose on Friday, April 4, before returning home and to the small screen on SWX. Sam Adams and Mike Peterson will have the call for all home broadcast games from the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena. 

Make sure to visit www.SWXRightNow.com daily for new Shock news, including our Shock Talk segments with members of the team and its staff coming in every week before they play.

Here is SWX's 2014 broadcast schedule: 

Date Time Opponent Broadcast by SWX
03/15/14 7:00 PM Iowa Barnstormers  
03/23/14 3:30 PM @ Arizona Rattlers  
04/04/14 7:30 PM @ San Jose Sabercats  
04/12/14 7:00 PM Portland AFL SWX 6-2
Comcast 306
04/19/14 7:00 PM Cleveland Gladiators  
04/26/14 4:30 PM @ Tampa Bay Storm  
05/04/14 4:00 PM @ LA Kiss  
05/09/14 7:00 PM Pittsburgh Power SWX 6-2
Comcast 306
05/18/14 3:00 PM @ Arizona Rattlers SWX 6-2
Comcast 306
05/23/14 7:00 PM San Jose Sabercats SWX 6-2
Comcast 306
05/30/14 7:00 PM Portland AFL SWX 6-2
Comcast 306
06/07/14 4:00 PM @ Jacksonville Sharks
06/14/14 7:30 PM @ San Jose Sabercats
06/20/14 7:00 PM San Antonio Talons SWX 6-2
Comcast 306
06/28/14 7:00 PM @ LA Kiss
07/04/14 7:00 PM @
07/12/14 7:00 PM Arizona Rattlers
07/21/14 5:30 PM Tampa Bay Storm
07/26/14 7:00 PM @ Portland AFL
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