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Former Lakers forward Robert Horry to join Time Warner Cable SportsNet

November 14, 2012|By Eric Pincus
  • Lakers forward Robert Horry talks to the media at a press conference at the Lakers training facility in El Segundo on a day they said their goodbyes to teammates for the summer on May 17, 2003.
Lakers forward Robert Horry talks to the media at a press conference at the… (Lori Shepler )

Former Lakers forward and seven-time NBA champion Robert Horry will be joining the Lakers broadcast on Time Warner Cable SportsNet.

Horry will participate in select live studio broadcasts throughout the season.  He'll appear on "#LakeShow" and "Access SportsNet: Lakers" with Chris McGee, Andy Adler, James Worthy, Dave Miller and Kurt Rambis.

Horry won three titles with the Lakers with Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant.  He also earned two rings with the Houston Rockets as well as the San Antonio Spurs.

Outside of Bill Russell of the Boston Celtics (and a number of his teammates), Horry has more rings than any other player in NBA history.

Currently, the Lakers channel is unavailable for DirecTV and Dish subscribers, but can be seen on Cox, Charter, AT&T U-Verse, Verizon FiOS and Bright House.

Negotiations are ongoing with DirecTV and Dish but there's no clear timeline on when a deal will be reached.


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