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List of current National Basketball Association broadcasters

The following is a list of current (entering the 2014–15 NBA season) National Basketball Association broadcasters for each individual team.

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

Television

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Boston Mike Gorman Tom Heinsohn (home games only), Brian Scalabrine (most road games), Cedric Maxwell Abby Chin CSN New England[1]
Brooklyn Ian Eagle
Ryan Ruocco (fill-in during Eagle's NFL on CBS & NCAA commitments)
Mike Fratello
Jim Spanarkel
Donny Marshall (fill-ins during Fratello's TNT commitments)
Sarah Kustok YES Network
WWOR-TV [2]
New York Mike Breen (primary)
Kenny Albert
Mike Crispino (Albert and Crispino fill-in during Breen's ABC & ESPN commitments)
Walt Frazier
Wally Szczerbiak
Al Trautwig
Tina Cervasio
MSG Network
MSG Plus[3]
Philadelphia Marc Zumoff Malik Rose Molly Sullivan CSN Philadelphia
Comcast Network [4]
Toronto Matt Devlin Jack Armstrong TSN
TSN2 [5]
Leo Rautins Sportsnet
Sportsnet One [5]
Sherman Hamilton NBA TV Canada

Radio

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Boston Sean Grande Cedric Maxwell WBZ-FM
WZLX-FM (WZLX will carry away games during the 2014-2015 season that are in conflict with Boston Bruins hockey home games; WBZ-FM also being the Bruins' flagship)
Brooklyn Chris Carrino Tim Capstraw WFAN AM and FM
WBBR
WLIB [2]
New York Mike Crispino
Bob Wischusen (Wischusen fills in for Crispino due to other commitments)
Brendan Brown WEPN-FM
WABC [3]
Philadelphia Tom McGinnis WPEN
WPEN [4]
Toronto Paul Jones Eric Smith CJCL [5]
CHUM

Spanish

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
New York Clemson Muñiz-Smith WADO/MSG Network
SAP

Central Division

Television

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Chicago Neil Funk Stacey King Aggrey Sam Comcast SportsNet Chicago
WGN-TV
WCIU[6]
Cleveland Fred McLeod Austin Carr Allie Clifton Fox Sports Ohio
(some games simulcast on WUAB)
[7]
Detroit George Blaha (primary)
Matt Dery (backup)
Matt Shepard (backup)
Greg Kelser Grant Long Fox Sports Detroit [8]
Indiana Chris Denari Austin Croshere
Quinn Buckner
Brooke Olzendam Fox Sports Indiana [9]
Milwaukee Jim Paschke Jon McGlocklin (home)
Sidney Moncrief (road)
Telly Hughes Fox Sports Wisconsin [10]

Radio

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Chicago Chuck Swirsky Bill Wennington WMVP [11]
Cleveland John Michael
Rafael Hernandez Brito (Spanish)
Jim Chones WTAM/WMMS[12]
WLFM-LP (Spanish)
Detroit Mark Champion (FSD games)
George Blaha (national or non-televised games)
Rick Mahorn (primary)
John Long (backup)
WMGC
WOMC
Indiana Mark Boyle Bob Leonard Kevin Lee WFNI [9]
Milwaukee Ted Davis Dennis Krause WTMJ [10]

Southeast Division

Television

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Atlanta Bob Rathbun Dominique Wilkins Kayce Smith SportSouth [13]
Charlotte Steve Martin Dell Curry Stephanie Ready SportSouth
Miami Eric Reid Tony Fiorentino Johanna Gomez or Jason Jackson Sun Sports [14]
Orlando David Steele Jeff Turner Jessica Blaylock, Paul Kennedy or Dante Marchitelli Fox Sports Florida [15]
Washington Steve Buckhantz Phil Chenier Chris Miller Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic [16]

Radio

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Atlanta Steve Holman WCNN [17]
Charlotte Scott Lauer WFNZ
Miami Mike Inglis John Crotty WAXY [18]
Orlando Dennis Neumann Richie Adubato WDBO [15]
Washington Dave Johnson Glenn Consor WNEW [16]

Spanish

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Miami José Pañeda Joe Pujala WQBA [18]
Orlando Joey Colon Ramon Rivas WONQ

Western Conference

Northwest Division

Television

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline reporter Flagship station
Denver Chris Marlowe Scott Hastings Julie Browman
Maya Starks
Altitude Sports and Entertainment [19]
Minnesota Dave Benz Jim Petersen Marney Gellner
Anthony LaPanta
Fox Sports North
[20]
Oklahoma City Brian Davis Michael Cage Leslie McCaslin Fox Sports Oklahoma [21]
Portland Mike Barrett Mike Rice Michael Holton Comcast SportsNet Northwest
KGW [22]
Utah Craig Bolerjack Matt Harpring
Ron Boone
Steve Brown Root Sports Utah [23]

Radio

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Denver Jason Kosmicki KKFN
KRWZ [19]
Minnesota Alan Horton WCCO [20]
Oklahoma City Matt Pinto WWLS [21]
Portland Brian Wheeler Antonio Harvey KPOJ
Utah David Locke Ron Boone KZNS
KZNS-FM [23]

Pacific Division

Television

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Golden State Bob Fitzgerald Jim Barnett Ric Bucher Comcast SportsNet Bay Area [24]
LA Clippers Ralph Lawler Mike Smith Kristina Pink
Kyle Montgomery
Mark Rogondino
Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket [25]
LA Lakers Bill MacDonald [26] Stu Lantz [26] Mike Trudell[27] Time Warner Cable SportsNet (English) [28]
Phoenix Steve Albert Eddie Johnson
Ann Meyers Drysdale
Fox Sports Arizona [29]
Sacramento Grant Napear Jerry Reynolds Comcast SportsNet California
KXTV [30]

Radio

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Golden State Tim Roye Jim Barnett
(national TV games)
KNBR
KTCT [24]
LA Clippers Brian Sieman
Ralph Lawler (national TV games)
Mike Smith (national TV games) Brian Sieman (national TV games) KFWB [25]
LA Lakers John Ireland Mychal Thompson KSPN [31]
Phoenix Al McCoy Tim Kempton KTAR
KMVP
Sacramento Gary Gerould Lafayette Lever KHTK [30]

Spanish

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
LA Clippers Roger Valdivieso Francisco X. Rivera Clippers TV[32]
LA Lakers Fernando Gonzalez Jose Mantilla KWKW
Phoenix Arturo Ochoa Gerardo Romo KPHX
Sacramento Armando Botello KRCX

Southwest Division

Television

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Dallas Mark Followill Derek Harper
Jeff Wade (home games)
Laura Green
Emily Jones
Fox Sports Southwest
KTXA [33]
Houston Bill Worrell Matt Bullard
Clyde Drexler (home games)
Bart Enis
Howard Chen
Root Sports Southwest [34]
Memphis Pete Pranica Sean Tuohy
Brevin Knight
Rob Fischer SportSouth [35]
New Orleans Joel Meyers David Wesley Jennifer Hale Fox Sports New Orleans [36]
San Antonio Bill Land Sean Elliott Andrew Monaco Fox Sports Southwest
KMYS
KENS [37]

Radio

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Dallas Chuck Cooperstein
Mark Followill (exclusive national TV games)
Brad Davis KESN
Houston Craig Ackerman Joel Blank KBME
Memphis Eric Hasseltine Elliott Perry
Hank McDowell
WMFS-FM
New Orleans Sean Kelley John DeShazier WWL-FM
San Antonio Bill Schoening WOAI [37]

Spanish

Team Play-by-play Analyst(s) Sideline Reporter Flagship Station
Dallas Victor Villalba KFLC
Houston Adrian Chavarria KYST
San Antonio Paul Castro KCOR
New Orleans Emilio Peralta WODT

Nationwide

ESPN/ABC

Play-by-play announcers

Color analysts

Sideline reporters

ESPN Radio

Play-by-play announcers

Color analysts

TNT

Play-by-play announcers

Color analysts

Sideline reporters

NBA TV

  • Uses the home team's announcing team during games unless specified. During playoff games, announcers from TNT are used.

NBA Broadcast World Live

North América

South América

Asia

Notes

1. ^ Some Chicago Bulls games on WGN-TV were simulcast nationally on its superstation feed WGN America through the 2013-2014 season. Those simulcasts have been discontinued.

See also

References

  1. ^ Boston Celtics schedule
  2. ^ a b Brooklyn Nets schedule
  3. ^ a b New York Knicks schedule
  4. ^ a b Philadelphia 76ers schedule
  5. ^ a b c Toronto Raptors schedule
  6. ^ Chicago Bulls schedule
  7. ^ Cleveland Cavaliers schedule
  8. ^ Detroit Pistons schedule
  9. ^ a b Indiana Pacers schedule
  10. ^ a b Milwaukee Bucks schedule
  11. ^ Chicago Bulls Radio Network
  12. ^ Kleps, Kevin (October 3, 2014). "Trading Dion Waiters would not be a wise move for Cavaliers". CrainsCleveland.com.  
  13. ^ Atlanta Hawks TV schedule
  14. ^ Miami Heat schedule
  15. ^ a b Orlando Magic schedule
  16. ^ a b Washington Wizards schedule
  17. ^ Atlanta Hawks Radio Network
  18. ^ a b HEAT signs Radio Contract with 790 The Ticket NBA.com
  19. ^ a b Denver Nuggets schedule
  20. ^ a b Minnesota Timberwolves schedule
  21. ^ a b Oklahoma City Thunder schedule
  22. ^ Portland Trail Blazers schedule
  23. ^ a b Utah Jazz schedule
  24. ^ a b Golden State Warriors schedule
  25. ^ a b Los Angeles Clippers schedule
  26. ^ a b Lakers Broadcast Information LA Lakers official site
  27. ^ [1]
  28. ^ Time Warner Scores L.A. Lakers Regional Sports Network Rights Multichannel News February 14, 2011
  29. ^ Fox Sports Arizona Signs New Long-Term Rights Deal With Suns Phoenix Suns official site February 22, 2011
  30. ^ a b Sacramento Kings schedule
  31. ^ Los Angeles Lakers schedule
  32. ^ http://www.insidesocal.com/tomhoffarth/archives/2012/01/twc-about-to-go.html
  33. ^ Dallas Mavericks schedule
  34. ^ Astros, Rockets reach deal on new network MLB.com News August 3, 2010
  35. ^ Memphis Grizzlies schedule
  36. ^ Hornets, FOX Sports announce new TV rights agreement WWL-TV, June 25, 2012
  37. ^ a b San Antonio Spurs schedule
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