Exclusive: NBC Sports Network will announce on Monday that the network will televise its second MLS Breakaway show on Saturday, August 3.
The live whip-around coverage of 4 games on August 3 will include a 90-minute MLS Breakaway show.
In March, NBC Sports Network launched its first MLS Breakaway, with live whip-around coverage of games that afternoon. On March 16, NBC carried New York Red Bulls against DC United, which was followed by MLS coverage on NBC Sports Network featuring Sporting KC versus Chicago Fire, which was then followed by Seattle Sounders vs Portland Timbers. The whip-around coverage on MLS Breakaway was met with critical success from both fans and bloggers.
On August 3, NBC Sports Network is currently scheduled to air Sporting KC against New York Red Bulls at 8pm ET.
More details will be released on Monday when NBC Sports makes their official announcement.
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