Brian Davis (sportscaster)

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Brian Davis is the voice of the Oklahoma City Thunder of the NBA.[1]

Sportscasting biography[edit]

In 2004, he was host of Seattle SuperSonics telecasts, called occasional Sonics games, and also worked for NBA Radio as a sideline reporter and studio host. Davis also was a member of the Chicago Bulls broadcasts as a television studio host and has called play-by-play for college football and basketball for the Big Ten, Pac-10, Conference USA, and the Mid-Atlantic Conference.[2] On the professional side other than NBA basketball, Davis was the radio voice of the Seattle Seahawks, college football for CBS Radio/Westwood One, the Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Fire S.C., and preseason games for the Arizona Cardinals.[3] He was a sports anchor for CBS Radio and all Chicago-news affiliates. [4]Davis has covered the Olympics, Stanley Cup Finals, the NBA Finals, DePaul Blue Demons men's basketball, and hosted radio broadcasts for the Chicago Blackhawks and Bears.[5]

Personal[edit]

Davis graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in journalism and resides in Oklahoma City with his spouse, Judy. Brian has won numerous awards in his career.

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