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Stacey King Loves The White Mamba And Hot Sauce

I’m not proud of this, but this is the first time Bulls announcer Stacey King has been featured on this website. Despite hearing a few of his games over the last few years and seeing many mentions on Twitter from our followers, we have yet to post on the former player turned announcer. It’s time […]

Gary Thorne To Be PBA Tour’s Next Play-By-Play Announcer

As Blythe mentioned in bowling’s fail of the year, Rob Stone is leaving ESPN bowling to cover soccer for FOX, which meant there was a vacancy to be filled. According to PBA.com, that will go to veteran Gary Thorne: Thorne will do play-by-play for the three remaining PBA majors beginning with the Alka-Seltzer Plus Liquid […]

Malik Rose Channels His Inner Negro-Damus

What’s the meaning of life? Who’s my father? Am I gonna get sick? Does Tim Tebow really exist? For centuries, people have turned to one man for life’s great mysteries — like Spencer Hawes averaging 15 points, 12 rebounds, and over two blocks per 36 minutes — and that man is … Philadelphia 76ers analyst […]

Your Full 2011-2012 National NBA Announcing Schedule For 1/9-1/15

The NBA League Pass preview has expired, so unless they sucked you in, you’re stuck with your local and these nationally televised games this week. Wednesday night’s game between the Heat and Clippers with Shulman on the call should be a real doozie, if you can keep your eyelids from blocking the action. Monday, January […]

Your Full 2011 NFL Divisional Playoffs Announcing Schedule

Saturday, January 14 —  NFL Divisional Playoffs New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers FOX 4:30PM – Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa Denver Broncos @ New England Patriots CBS 8PM – Jim Nantz, Phil Simms Sunday, January 15 Houston Texans  @ Baltimore Ravens CBS 1PM – Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf New York Giants @ Green […]

Here’s What Phil Simms Wants You To Remember About Forward Passes

Football can be a hard game to follow because of all the tricky rules, but thank goodness we have announcers like Phil Simms who know so much and can enlighten us, the ignorant viewers, on many of the difficult concepts.   Like forward passes.  Phil Simms was kind enough to clear that up for us […]

New Comcast Deal With Disney Will Allow Customers To Watch ESPN On The Go

Comcast Corp. reached a 10-year deal with Walt Disney on Wednesday, giving Comcast’s customers access to ABC and Disney’s cable networks’ live and on-demand content from their computers, iPhones and iPads. Watching on your computer has already been around in some respects, but this means for the first time ever you will have the privilege […]

Sweden Won The World Junior Hockey Championship And The Announcers Enjoyed It

Sweden won the World Junior Hockey Championship gold medal on Thursday night by defeating the junior Russians 1-0 in overtime. The game-winner was netted by Mika Zibanejad at the 10:09 mark of overtime and it resulted in pure announcer exultation. You have to watch/listen for yourself: I don’t understand a word, but it sounds like they’re having […]

Your Full 2011-2012 National NBA Announcing Schedule For 1/3-1/8

Remember, the NBA is offering NBA League Pass for free through Sunday, January 8. Tuesday, January 3, 2012 Houston Rockets @ Los Angeles Lakers (NBA TV 10:30PM) Ernie Johnson, Chris Webber, Greg Anthony Wednesday, January 4, 2012 Washington Wizards @ Orlando Magic (NBA TV 7PM) Local BroadcastHouston Rockets @ Los Angeles Clippers (NBA TV 10:30PM) […]

Your Full 2011-2012 NFL Playoffs Announcing Schedule

It’s playoff time, folks. Who you got? Wild Card Games Saturday, January 7 Cincinnati Bengals @ Houston Texans NBC 4:30PM – Tom Hammond, Mike Mayock, Alex Flanagan Detroit Lions @ New Orleans Saints NBC 8PM – Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya Sunday, January 8 Atlanta Falcons @ New York Giants FOX 1PM – Joe […]

Clippers PA Announcer Introduces Mo Williams As Chauncey Billups

Chauncey Billups has been starting beside Chris Paul for the Clippers thus far this season (two games), but did not start on Friday night vs. the Bulls due to a sore groin. That didn’t stop PA announcer David Courtney from introducing the veteran glue guy anyway:  Courtney must have put in a lot of time practicing the Clippers […]

Your Full 2011 Week 17 NFL Announcing Schedule

Come back here, you’re not going to the Pro Bowl It’s the final week of the NFL season before playoffs. Playoff scenarios for the AFC and NFC can be found after the jump. Your broadcast maps can be found here, via The 506. Happy New Year! Sunday, New Year’s Day! Carolina Panthers @ New Orleans […]

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Your Full 2011-2012 NBA Announcing Schedule: Opening Week

The NBA is back this Holiday weekend, so enjoy the following nationally televised games or fire up your overpriced NBA League Pass. Also, marvel in the fact that Breen (and JVG) will appear to be in two places at once on Christmas Day.  And at least spread a little more holiday cheer than the newest […]

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Your Full 2011 Week 16 NFL Announcing Schedule

Playoff implications like woah in Week 16. Over half of the Christmas Eve/Fourth Day of Hanakkuh games can affect the playoff picture in a big way. Depending on what happens on Saturday, the SNF game could also become mostly meaningless, as the Bears could be eliminated and the Packers could have first place in the […]

NBC To Stream NFL Playoffs

A few days after the NFL renewed its broadcasting deals with NBC, the NFL announced today that they will for the first time ever be live streaming all of this season’s playoff games on the web, including Super Bowl XLVI on February 5, 2012. The streaming will also be available to Verizon smartphone users. NBCSports.com […]

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