Lynx Announce BOB FM 106.1Will Carry All Regular Season Games

The Minnesota Lynx today announced that BOB 106.1 FM will be the team’s flagship station for the eighth consecutive season and broadcast all 34 regular season games. BOB FM's sister station, KBGY-FM 107.5, will broadcast 32 regular season games this year. In addition, the Lynx Radio Network returns for a third consecutive season, expanding to a league-high 13 affiliates for the upcoming 2013 WNBA season.

“We’re extremely excited to have our games broadcast on BOB 106 for the eighth consecutive season,” said Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx Chief Marketing Officer Ted Johnson. “In addition to the great coverage that BOB 106 provides, the Lynx Radio Network is flourishing in its third season and ensures that our fans will be able to listen to games all across the entire state of Minnesota.”

Lynx radio play-by-play announcer Alan Horton will call all 17 regular-season home games, while executive producer and studio host John Focke will serve as the voice of the Lynx on the road for the second consecutive season.

Alongside BOB 106.1 and KBGY-FM 107.5, 13 different affiliates throughout Greater Minnesota are a part of the Lynx Radio Network and will broadcast a selection of games this summer. Those stations include: WLMX-FM 104.9 (Amery), KXDL-FM 99.7 (Browerville), KRWC-AM 1360 (Buffalo), KROX-AM 1260 (Crookston), KDLM-AM 1340 (Detroit Lakes), WELY-AM 1450 (Ely), KMGK-FM 107.1 (Glenwood), KDUZ-AM 1260 (Hutchinson), KGHS-AM 1230 (International Falls), KTRF-AM 1230 (Thief River Falls), KKAQ-AM 1460 (Thief River Falls), KVTK-AM 1570 (Vermillion), KWLM-AM 1340 (Willmar) and KWNO-AM 1230 (Winona). All games will be distributed through the Minnesota News Network.

The 15th season of professional women’s basketball in Minnesota kicks off Saturday, June 1, at 7 p.m. when the Lynx take on the Connecticut Sun. Beginning as low as $18 per game or $187 for a full season package, fans can purchase tickets by calling the Lynx at 612-673-8400 or by visiting

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