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|2010-10-08 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Hi Kevin,
Loving the pdf version of PBP2010! As someone coming back to NBA fandom after a few years, and searching for a new team to cheer, I wanted to get your thoughts on who you judge to be the best local announcing teams (TV and radio). I like David Locke with Utah--anyone else comfortable with modern stats?|
(lagronem from Newark, DE)
|I'm told the Blazers may be on the radio here in Seattle this season, and both Locke and Minnesota's Alan Horton are old friends, but otherwise I'm not really familiar with the radio guys. The TV broadcasters are a different story thanks to League Pass. I would say the only combo that really uses advanced stats is David Steele and Matt Goukas in Orlando. They're also very plugged in to the Magic's excellent pair of blogs, Orlando Pinstriped Post and MagicBasketball.net.
My favorite PBP duo is Golden State's Bob Fitzgerald and Jim Barnett. I also enjoy Ralph Lawler and Michael Smith with the Clippers and New Jersey's and New York's various combinations, to name four. (Kevin Pelton (Basketball))
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