Glenn Consor

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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 from Flushing, N.Y. who played collegiate and pro basketball. He was also an NBA scout,[1] which led to his broadcasting career.[2]

Biography[edit]

Consor earned a scholarship to Boston University where he was on the Dean’s List. He was a starting point guard for coach Rick Pitino from 1976-1980. He then played professional basketball in Israel.[2]

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.[2] 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.

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

Personal life[edit]

Consor works with Men Against Breast Cancer and the Washington Animal Rescue League,[1] is married and is the father to two sons, Kenny and Jonny.

Style[edit]

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[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Glenn Consor". Monumental Network. Retrieved 22 May 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "Glenn Consor". NBA.com. Retrieved 22 May 2014. 

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