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Marv Albert, Reggie Miller, and Mike Fratello commentate an NBA game for TNT.


The following people are commentators for TNT'scoverage of the National Basketball Association.[1][2][3]

Nba Basketball Songs

  • Marv Albert (lead play-by-play)
  • Brian Anderson (Tuesday play-by-play)
  • Greg Anthony (alternate analyst)
  • Charles Barkley (studio analyst)
  • Brent Barry (alternate analyst)
  • Spero Dedes (alternate play-by-play)
  • Ian Eagle (Tuesday play-by-play)
  • Mike Fratello (alternate analyst)
  • Channing Frye (fill-in studio analyst 2021–present)
  • Kevin Frazier (fill-in studio host 2021–present)
  • Jared Greenberg (Tuesday sideline reporter)
  • Rebecca Haarlow (NBA Playoffs sideline reporter)
  • Kevin Harlan (#2 play-by-play)
  • Chris Haynes (Tuesday sideline reporter)
  • Grant Hill (Tuesday analyst)
  • Jim Jackson (Tuesday analyst)
  • Ernie Johnson (studio host)
  • Allie LaForce (#2 sideline reporter)
  • Kristen Ledlow (lead sideline reporter)
  • Adam Lefkoe (Tuesday studio host)
  • Kevin McHale (alternate analyst)
  • Reggie Miller (co-lead analyst)
  • Shaquille O'Neal (studio analyst)
  • Candace Parker (alternate studio analyst)
  • Stephanie Ready (alternate sideline reporter)
  • Dennis Scott (alternate sideline reporter, analyst)
  • Kenny Smith (studio analyst)
  • Steve Smith (alternate analyst)
  • Casey Stern (alternate studio host)
  • Isiah Thomas (alternate analyst)
  • Dwyane Wade (Tuesday studio analyst)
  • Chris Webber (co-lead analyst)
  • Matt Winer (alternate studio host)
  • The Memphis Sounds were an American professional sports franchise that played in Memphis, Tennessee from 1970 until 1975 as a member of the American Basketball Association. The team was founded as the New Orleans Buccaneers in 1967.
  • A high basketball IQ is the most important trait a player can possess. Like a Grandmaster in chess, it’s the players who are able to think 3 or 4 moves ahead of the other players on the floor who excel and separate themselves from the competition.


  • Danny Ainge: game analyst; now general manager of Boston Celtics
  • Rick Barry: game analyst
  • Gary Bender: alternate play-by-play- mostly NBA Playoffs
  • Tim Brando: play-by-play; now at CBS Sports and Fox Sports
  • Mike Breen: play-by-play (2002-2004); now at ESPN, ESPN on ABC and MSG Network
  • Hubie Brown: game analyst (1990–2002); now at ESPN, ESPN on ABC
  • Bryan Burwell: sideline reporter (deceased)
  • Kevin Calabro: play-by-play; now at ESPN, ESPN on ABC and Pac-12 Network
  • Chip Caray: play-by-play; now at Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast
  • Skip Caray: play-by-play (deceased)
  • P. J. Carlesimo: alternate game analyst-now at ESPN, ESPN on ABC and Pac-12 Network
  • Rex Chapman- analyst, 2004 and 2005 NBA Playoffs.
  • Doug Collins: color analyst (1989–1994, 2003–2010); now senior advisor of basketball operations of Chicago Bulls
  • Matt Devlin (alternate play-by-play);
  • Mike Dunleavy Sr.: alternate game analyst- NBA playoffs only
  • Jim Durham: play-by-play (deceased)
  • Marc Fein: sideline reporter- NBA playoffs/substitute studio host
  • Kevin Garnett: studio analyst 2016-2018
  • Rosalyn Gold-Onwude- #1 Sideline Reporter from 2017-2019.
  • Jen Hale- sideline reporter 1st round of 2017 NBA Playoffs.
  • Gus Johnson: play-by-play; now at Fox Sports
  • Magic Johnson: guest studio analyst (2002–2008)
  • Lewis Johnson - alternate sideline- mostly NBA Playoffs (2011–2017); now at NBC Sports
  • Steve Kerr: lead analyst (2003–2007, 2010–2014); now head coach of Golden State Warriors
  • Dei Lynam- Sideline- NBA Playoffs 2010-2015
  • Joel Meyers- 1st round of 2014 and 2020 NBA Playoffs; now announcer for New Orleans Pelicans
  • Cheryl Miller: sideline reporter, analyst (1997–2013) now women's basketball head coach at CSULA
  • Bob Neal: play-by-play
  • Rachel Nichols: sideline reporter; now at ESPN and ESPN on ABC
  • Pam Oliver- sideline- NBA playoffs (2004–2009)
  • Doc Rivers: game analyst- NBA Playoffs only
  • Jalen Rose: sideline reporter-2006 NBA playoffs only- now at ESPN and ESPN on ABC
  • Craig Sager: sideline reporter (1996–2016); deceased
  • Flip Saunders- 2nd analyst on #1 team for 1st round of 2014 NBA Playoffs (deceased)
  • Marty Snider- alternate Sideline Reporter NBA Regular season and NBA Playoffs (2007–2013)
  • Dick Stockton (alternate play-by-play); now at Fox Sports
  • Molly Sullivan- sideline- 1st round of 2014 NBA playoffs
  • Reggie Theus: studio analyst,
  • John Thompson: game analyst (deceased)
  • Ron Thulin: play-by-play
  • Pete Van Wieren: play-by-play (deceased)
  • Jeff Van Gundy: game analyst (2002–2003)- NBA playoffs only-now at ESPN and ESPN on ABC
  • Stan Van Gundy Tuesday analyst (2019–2020); now head coach of New Orleans Pelicans
  • Bill Walton: game analyst; now at ESPN, ESPN on ABC and Pac-12 Network
  • Tracy Wolfson: sideline- alternate NBA regular season and NBA playoffs (2011–2016); now at CBS Sports
  • Chris Bosh: Studio Analyst-2019
  • Bob Fitzgerald (1st round of 2020 NBA Playoffs only)
  • Steve Nash: (Tuesday contributor); now head coach of Brooklyn Nets
  • Draymond Green- fill-in Studio Analyst for select days during 2020 NBA Playoffs


Games are available in Spanish on SAP

  • José Ángel Medellín
  • Marcelo Godoy
  • Pete Manzano
  • Fernando Palacios


  1. ^'TNT's Extensive 2018 NBA Playoffs Coverage – More Than 40 Games – Begins Sunday, April 15, with Tripleheader Action'. Turner. 2018-04-12. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
  2. ^'TNT to Present More Than 40 NBA Playoff Games Beginning Sunday, April 14, with Tripleheader Action'. Turner. 2019-04-11. Retrieved 2019-04-16.
  3. ^ 'NBA on TNT'. Retrieved 2018-08-05.

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