Marv Albert – born 12 June 1941 – is an American sportscaster.
Honoured for his work as a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, he is commonly referred to as “the voice of basketball.” From 1967–2004, he was also known as “the voice of the New York Knicks.”
Including Super Bowl XLII in 2008, Marv has called the play-by-play of six Super Bowls, NBA Finals, and seven Stanley Cup Finals.
He has also called the Wimbledon Tennis Championships for TNT with Jim Courier and Mary Carillo. He also worked as a co-host and reporter for two World Series (1986 and 1988).
Albert currently works for Turner Sports and CBS Sports. He serves as lead announcer for NBA games on TNT, calls regional NFL games on CBS, and also calls NCAA tournament action for CBS and Turner.
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