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This is the full roster of local and national 2023-24 Voices; The Celtics’ Mike Gorman is calling his final year

A listing of this season’s NBA announcers, market-by-market, radio and TV, completed locally and on the networks.  

 

Atlanta

TV: Bob Rathbun, Dominique Wilkins

Radio: Steve Holman, Mike Conti

 

Boston

TV: Mike Gorman or Drew Carter, Brian Scalabrine

Radio: Sean Grande, Cedric Maxwell

  Mike Gorman is officially retiring after season 

 

Brooklyn

TV: Ian Eagle or Ryan Ruocco, Sarah Kustok or Richard Jefferson

Radio: Chris Carrino, Tim Capstraw

 

Charlotte

TV: Eric Collins, Dell Curry

Radio: Sam Farber, Matt Carroll

 

Chicago

TV: Adam Amin or Jason Benetti, Stacey King

Radio: Chuck Swirsky, Bill Wennington

 

Cleveland

TV: John Michael, Austin Carr or Brad Daugherty

Radio: Tim Alcorn, Jim Chones

 

Dallas

TV: Mark Followill, Derek Harper or Jeff “Skin” Wade

Radio: Chuck Cooperstein, Brad Davis

 

Denver

TV: Chris Marlowe, Scott Hastings or Katy Winge

Radio: Jason Kosmicki (Scott Hastings on national games)

 

Detroit

TV: George Blaha or Johnny Kane, Greg Kelser

Radio: Mark Champion or George Blaha, Rick Mahorn

 

Golden State

TV: Bob Fitzgerald, Kelenna Azubuike

Radio: Tim Roye, Tom Tolbert

 

Houston

TV: Craig Ackerman, Ryan Hollins

Radio: Matt Thomas, Adam Wexler

 

Indiana

TV: Chris Denari, Quinn Buckner

Radio: Mark Boyle, Eddie Gill

 

LA Clippers

TV: Brian Sieman, Jim Jackson or Mike Fratello

Radio: Carlo Jimenez

 

LA Lakers

TV: Bill Macdonald, Stu Lantz

Radio: John Ireland, Mychal Thompson

 

Memphis

TV: Pete Pranica, Brevin Knight

Radio: Eric Hasseltine, Elliot Perry or Michael Wallace

 

Miami

TV: Eric Reid, John Crotty

Radio: Jason Jackson, Amy Audibert

 

Milwaukee

TV: Lisa Byington, Marques Johnson or Steve Novak

Radio: Dave Koehn, Justin Garcia

 

Minnesota

TV: Michael Grady, Jim Petersen

Radio: Alan Horton

 

New Orleans

TV: Joel Meyers, Antonio Daniels

Radio: Todd Graffagnini, John DeShazier

 

New York

TV: Mike Breen or Kenny Albert, Walt “Clyde” Frazier or Mark Jackson

Radio: Ed Cohen, Monica McNutt

 

Oklahoma City

TV: Chris Fisher, Michael Cage

Radio: Matt Pinto

 

Orlando

TV: David Steele, Jeff Turner

Radio: Jake Chapman

 

Philadelphia

TV: Kate Scott, Alaa Abdelnaby

Radio: Tom McGinnis

 

Phoenix

TV: Kevin Ray or Tom Leander, Eddie Johnson or Ann Meyers Drysdale

Radio: Jon Bloom, Tim Kempton

 

Portland

TV: Kevin Calabro, Lamar Hurd

Radio: Travis Demers, Michael Holton

 

Sacramento

TV: Mark Jones or Kyle Draper, Kayte Christensen

Radio: Gary Gerould

 

San Antonio

TV: Bill Land or Dan Weiss, Sean Elliott

Radio: Bill Schoening

 

Toronto

TV: Matt Devlin, Jack Armstrong or Alvin Williams

Radio: Paul Jones, Jevohn Shepherd or Eric Smith, Paul Jones

 

Utah

TV: Craig Bolerjack, Thurl Bailey or Holly Rowe

Radio: David Locke, Ron Boone

 

Washington

TV: Chris Miller, Drew Gooden

Radio: Dave Johnson, Glenn Consor

 

ESPN

Lead team: Mike Breen, Glenn “Doc” Rivers and Doris Burke

Other PxP: Ryan Ruocco, Mark Jones, Dave Pasch, Beth Mowins, John Schriffen

Other analysts: Richard Jefferson, JJ Redick, Hubie Brown, Bob Myers, Monica McNutt

 

TNT

Lead team: Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller and Stan Van Gundy

Other PxP: Brian Anderson, Ian Eagle, Spero Dedes, Gus Johnson, Matt Winer

Other analysts: Grant Hill, Candace Parker, Jim Jackson, Greg Anthony, Brendan Haywood

 

 

 

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Jake Baskin

Jake Baskin is a graduate of Dean College who majored in sports broadcasting. He does play-by-play for Northeast Sports Network and previously wrote about hockey for various SB Nation blogs. He loves the history and evolution of sports broadcasting and dreams of being a national-level announcer.

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Michael Green
6 months ago

Thanks for this–great work, Jake!

I’m struck by how many teams have only one announcer on radio.