Texas Legends 2018-19 Season

For the 5th year, KVGI Radio and the Texas Legends partnered together once again, and this year will be one for the books!

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KVGI Radio and the Texas Legends start their 5th year broadcasting basketball together. NBA G-League season for the Legends start on November 9th, 2018 and ends on March 23rd, 2019 #GoLegends KVGI will be broadcasting all HOME games to the fans. (maybe even a few away games).

We could not be more proud to be the official radio broadcaster for the Legends. This marks the 5th year and the best is yet to come! Thank you Texas Legends for giving us the chance to bring our local basketball team to loyal fans around the world.

– Mark Wariner, CEO

It has been a pleasure to work with one of the best, no, that;s not right. It’s been a pleasure to work with the BEST NBA G-League team, your Texas Legends. Since day 1, just 5 plus years ago, we at KVGI wanted to look outside the box and do something un-thinkable. Well maybe not so such as un-thinkable to most, to us, we had no clue what we were getting into. It did not take long and with the help of the President of the Texas Legends and owner, Donnie Nelson, we set out to be the best we could be.

Now it’s 2018, and we have some really cool plans to deliver content to our loyal listeners and the fans of the texas Legends. More on that info at a alter date. For now, we will be presenting the official radio play-by-play and pre and post game interviews and commentary from the KVGI team, and as a bonus at times, from the Texas Legends.


The Texas Legends will open the 2018-19 NBA G League season on the road against the Austin Spurs for the second year in a row. The team will then head to Salt Lake City for the first of two straight games against the Stars, with the second being the Legends’ home opener on Nov. 9th.

The G League schedule allots the teams 50 games throughout the 2018-19 season with 24 home, 24 road, and two neutral site games at the NBA G League Showcase. The League added one new team this season with the Washington Wizards announcing their affiliate, the Capital City Go-Go. Texas will make their first trip to D.C. on January 8th. The League now consists of 27 teams, only three short of the League’s 30 for 30 vision.

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division: Delaware, Long Island, Maine, Raptors 905, Westchester
Central Division: Canton, Fort Wayne, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin, Windy City
Southeast Division: Capital City, Erie, Greensboro, Lakeland

Western Conference
Midwest Division: Iowa, Oklahoma City, Memphis, Sioux Falls
Southwest Division: Austin, Rio Grande Valley, Salt Lake City, Texas
Pacific Division: Agua Caliente, Northern Arizona, Reno, Santa Cruz, South Bay

The Legends will play 8 games against Eastern Conference teams, 40 against Western Conference with the full breakdown below.

Schedule Breakdown by Conference and Division:
vs. Eastern Conference: 8 games vs. 8 teams; 4 home, 4 away
vs. Atlantic Division: 4 games vs. 4 teams; 4 home
vs. Central Division: 1 game vs. 1 team; 1 away
vs. Southeast Division: 3 games vs. 3 teams; 3 away
vs. Western Conference: 40 games vs. 12 teams; 20 home, 20 away
vs. Midwest Division: 13 games vs. 4 teams; 7 home, 6 away
vs. Pacific Division: 15 games vs. 5 teams; 7 home, 8 away
vs. Southwest Division: 12 games vs. 3 teams; 6 home, 6 away

The Legends’ longest home stretch is five games spanning January 30 to February 13. The team has one four-game road trip against three of the West coast teams November 26, 28, 30, and December 1.

The Legends will play six back-to-back series, three homestands, two on the road, and one split. Of those six, two are back-to-backs against the same team.

Legends season tickets are available now. For more information call 214-469-0822 or

visit TexLegends.com


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