NBA on NBC broadcasting teams

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2001–02[edit]

  1. Marv Albert/Bill Walton/Steve Jones/Jim Gray
  2. Mike Breen or Tom Hammond/P.J. Carlesimo/Lewis Johnson
  3. Tom Hammond or Mike Breen/Mike Dunleavy/Andrea Joyce

2000–01[edit]

  1. Marv Albert/Doug Collins/Jim Gray
  2. Tom Hammond or Mike Breen/Bill Walton/Steve Jones/Lewis Johnson
  3. Mike Breen/Matt Guokas/Andrea Joyce
  • This season marked the return of Marv Albert to NBC coverage.

1999–00[edit]

  1. Bob Costas/Doug Collins/Ahmad Rashad
  2. Tom Hammond/Bill Walton/Steve Jones/Jim Gray
  3. Mike Breen/Matt Guokas

1998–99[edit]

  1. Bob Costas/Doug Collins/Ahmad Rashad
  2. Tom Hammond/Bill Walton/Steve Jones/Jim Gray
  3. Mike Breen/Matt Guokas

1997–98[edit]

  1. Bob Costas/Doug Collins/Isiah Thomas/Ahmad Rashad
  2. Tom Hammond or Greg Gumbel (Gumbel left NBC after Super Bowl XXXII to return to CBS)/Bill Walton/Steve Jones/Jim Gray
  3. Mike Breen or Tom Hammond/Matt Guokas
  • Shortly before the 1997–98 NBA season began, Marv Albert was fired following being charged with sexual assault.

1996–97[edit]

  1. Marv Albert/Matt Guokas/Ahmad Rashad
  2. Greg Gumbel/Bill Walton/Steve Jones/Jim Gray
  3. Tom Hammond/Dan Issel

1995–96[edit]

  1. Marv Albert/Matt Guokas/Ahmad Rashad
  2. Greg Gumbel/Bill Walton/Steve Jones/Hannah Storm
  3. Tom Hammond/Dan Issel

1994–95[edit]

  1. Marv Albert/Matt Guokas
  2. Greg Gumbel/Bill Walton/Steve Jones
  3. Tom Hammond/Ron Rothstein

1993–94[edit]

  1. Marv Albert/Matt Guokas
  2. Dick Enberg/Bill Walton/Steve Jones
  3. Tom Hammond/Ron Rothstein

1992–93[edit]

  1. Marv Albert/Mike Fratello
  2. Dick Enberg/Steve Jones/Magic Johnson

1991–92[edit]

  1. Marv Albert/Mike Fratello
  2. Dick Enberg/Steve Jones/Magic Johnson

1990–91[edit]

  1. Marv Albert/Mike Fratello
  2. Dick Enberg/Steve Jones

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