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Glenn Consor

Glenn Consor
Born Glenn Consor
Queens, New York
Occupation Sportscaster
Children 2

Glenn Consor is a National Basketball Association (NBA) and NCAA basketball analyst and studio host who played collegiate and pro basketball and an NBA scout, which led to his broadcasting career.

Biography

Consor has more than 20 years of experience in the broadcast industry, including 22 years with the Washington Wizards (formerly the Bullets) organization in radio and television roles. During that time he has combined his knowledge for college and professional basketball for NBA-TV, Comcast SportsNet, ESPN Regional and Westwood One. He previously served seven years as a scout for the same organization, as well as the Indiana Pacers.

He was a starting point guard for coach Rick Pitino, at Boston University from 1976-1980.

Consor earned a scholarship to Boston University where he was on the Dean’s List caliber.

He is a native of Flushing, N.Y., and played professional basketball in Israel.

Consor is a medical device specialist for St. Jude’s Medical where for 14 years, he has advised physicians as they learn how to incorporate new technology into their surgeries.

His speaking engagements have included presentations for Morgan Stanley, St. Jude Medical, Washington Wizards Basketball Camps and Five-Star Basketball Camps.

Fans of Glenn Consor are known to listen to him via the internet from all over the country, including super fan Shane Mudd in San Diego.

Update - Super Fan Shane Mudd moved back to the DC area. He will continue to listen to Consor on the radio but will also watch Steve Buckhantz on television as well.


Personal life

Consor works with Men Against Breast Cancer and the Washington Animal Rescue League, is married and is the father to two sons.

Style

He is a no-nonsense analyst who "tells it as it is" and is an "Xs and Os" guy. He is often referred to as a "meat and potatoes" broadcaster due to his blue collar approach to play calling.

References

External links

  • Wizards Broadcasters:Glenn Consor www.nba.com
  • Glenn Consor: Washington Post article by Leonard Shapiro www.washingtonpost.com
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