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    Nov. 14, 2012

    ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islands - Fans not in attendance at the Paradise Jam will still have plenty of ways to follow the UIC men's basketball team when the Flames take on New Mexico in Friday's (3:00 p.m. CST) opening game of the tournament. On the ESPN Chicago airwaves, the game will be broadcast on tape delay beginning at 8:00 p.m. Meanwhile, the contest can be viewed live on the CBS Sports Network.

    CBSSSN is available on all cable and digital platforms in the Chicagoland region. On RCN, the game can be viewed on channel 380. For Comcast/xfinity customers, it can be seen on channel 418 (232 in high definition). Through the AT&T U-Verse package, the game will be broadcast on channel 643 (1643 in HD). On DirecTV, the game will be available on channels 418, 613 and 232 (613 is the HD coordinate), while DISH Network will carry the contest on channel 158 (available in HD).

    Dave Juday and Kenny Williams, the primary broadcast team on the UIC Flames Radio Network, will have the call on ESPN Chicago for all three games of the Paradise Jam.

    The Flames touched down in St. Thomas late Wednesday afternoon. UIC will practice at the University of the Virgin Islands Thursday afternoon in advance of Friday's game. Depending on the result against New Mexico, UIC will face either George Mason or Mercer on Saturday, Nov. 17, or Sunday Nov. 18.

    All games not on CBS Sports Network during the Paradise Jam will be live video streamed free of charge via ParadiseJam.com and Facebook.com/ParadiseJam1.