Rick Kamla

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Rick Kamla (born July 19, 1969) is a television personality for NBA TV and CBS Sports. He is also the midday co-host (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) with John Michaels on all-sports radio station 92.9 The Game in Atlanta.

Kamla has been a studio commentator for the NBA since January 2003. Currently, Kamla hosts Game Time on NBA TV. Kamla also contributes play-by-play to NBA, NBADL, WNBA, USA Basketball, Summer League and Euroleague games.

Early life[edit]

Kamla graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1992 with a degree in History and a minor in Speech-Communication. While attending the University of Wisconsin, Kamla covered the Badgers on the student-run radio station WMMR.

Professional career[edit]

In 1994, Kamla started his sports journalism career as a part-time writer for Fantasy Football Weekly, which was based in Minneapolis. By 1998, Kamla was the full-time senior editor for both Fantasy Football (American) and basketball on fanball.com.

Kamla was hired to host the fantasy show "Virtual GM" on NBA TV.


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