List of NBA on TNT broadcasters

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Reggie Miller served as an NBA analyst for TNT.

This is a list of play-by-play and color commentator teams for TNT's coverage of the National Basketball Association.

Announcing teams[edit]

Main article: NBA on TNT
TNT NBA announcing teams (since 2001)
Season Event Play-by-play Color commentators Sideline Reporter(s)
2001–02 Season Marv Albert Mike Fratello
Kevin Harlan Danny Ainge and John Thompson
Dick Stockton Hubie Brown
Playoffs Marv Albert[1] Mike Fratello and Jeff Van Gundy
Kevin Harlan Danny Ainge and John Thompson
Dick Stockton Hubie Brown
Mike Breen P.J. Carlesimo
2002–03 Season Marv Albert Mike Fratello and Jeff Van Gundy
Kevin Harlan Danny Ainge and John Thompson
Dick Stockton Jeff Van Gundy
All-Star Game Marv Albert Mike Fratello and Jeff Van Gundy
Playoffs Marv Albert Mike Fratello
Kevin Harlan Danny Ainge[2] and John Thompson
Dick Stockton Jeff Van Gundy
Mike Breen guest analysts
Matt Devlin guest analysts
West Final Marv Albert Mike Fratello and Jeff Van Gundy
2003–04 Season Marv Albert Mike Fratello and Steve Kerr
Kevin Harlan Doug Collins
Dick Stockton John Thompson and Rex Chapman
All-Star Game Marv Albert Mike Fratello and Doug Collins
Playoffs Marv Albert Mike Fratello
Kevin Harlan Doug Collins[3]
Dick Stockton Steve Kerr
Gary Bender John Thompson and Rex Chapman
West Final Marv Albert Mike Fratello and Doug Collins
2004–05 Season Marv Albert Steve Kerr and Mike Fratello[4]
Kevin Harlan Doug Collins
Dick Stockton John Thompson and Rex Chapman
All-Star Game Marv Albert Doug Collins and Steve Kerr
Playoffs Marv Albert Steve Kerr and Flip Saunders[5]
Kevin Harlan Doug Collins
Dick Stockton Mike Dunleavy, Sr.
Matt Devlin Rex Chapman and John Thompson
East Final Marv Albert Steve Kerr and Doug Collins
2005–06 Season Marv Albert Steve Kerr and Reggie Miller*[6]
Kevin Harlan Doug Collins and Reggie Miller*
Dick Stockton Reggie Miller
All-Star Game Marv Albert Doug Collins and Steve Kerr
Playoffs Marv Albert Steve Kerr
Kevin Harlan Doug Collins
Dick Stockton Reggie Miller
Matt Devlin Jeff Van Gundy, Doc Rivers or Mike Fratello[7]
West Final Marv Albert Doug Collins and Steve Kerr
2006–07 Season Marv Albert**[8] Steve Kerr and Reggie Miller* or Charles Barkley[9]
Kevin Harlan Doug Collins and Reggie Miller*
Dick Stockton Reggie Miller and John Thompson
All-Star Game Marv Albert Doug Collins and Steve Kerr
Playoffs Marv Albert Steve Kerr
Kevin Harlan Doug Collins
Dick Stockton Mike Fratello and Reggie Miller
Matt Devlin John Thompson and Mike Fratello
East Final Marv Albert Doug Collins and Steve Kerr Craig Sager

List of broadcasters[edit]

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Former[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mike Breen filled in for Marv Albert during the first round of the playoffs due to injuries suffered by Albert in a car accident.
  2. ^ Danny Ainge left during the Conference Semifinals to become Head of Basketball Operations for the Boston Celtics.
  3. ^ Steve Kerr and Mike Dunleavy filled in for Doug Collins for a select number of games due to him catching laryngitis.
  4. ^ Mike Fratello left shortly into the season to coach the Memphis Grizzlies (Fratello left to replace former TNT personality Hubie Brown, who left the Grizzlies and eventually became ABC's lead analyst.
  5. ^ Flip Saunders joined Marv Albert and Steve Kerr to call games during the first round of the playoffs.
  6. ^ Reggie Miller worked some games with Marv Albert and Steve Kerr, other games with Kevin Harlan and Doug Collins and any backup game with Dick Stockton.
  7. ^ Matt Devlin worked with Jeff Van Gundy, Doc Rivers or Mike Fratello through the playoffs, working with two of them only once (a Nets-Heat game with both Van Gundy and Rivers).
  8. ^ Matt Devlin filled in for Marv Albert on the February 15, 2007 game between the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets because Albert wanted to arrive early for the All-Star Game in Las Vegas, Nevada
  9. ^ Charles Barkley filled in for Steve Kerr on a January 4, 2007 telecast between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Sacramento Kings; Kerr was out due to back spasms.