Mark Boyle has completed a franchise record 25 seasons as the “Voice of the Pacers” on an extensive statewide network, and has broadcast more than 2,000 games during his NBA career. Twice named Indiana’s Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association, Boyle has also been recognized as the top talk show host in Indianapolis by Indianapolis Monthly magazine and was inducted into the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Hall of Fame in April 2013.
Gerald’s love for sports took flight when his uncle took him to his first basketball game at Madison Square Garden. Watching the great Moses Malone and Dr. J, Gerald felt at home. He studied communication at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Gerald aims to show that every athlete has a journey, and every journey has a story.
Tom Byrne came to SiriusXM in January of 2013 after hosting "The Tom Byrne Show" on 97.5 the Fanatic in Philadelphia. Tom covered events such as the Final Four and more. He started out in radio as the voice of the Scranton Royals college basketball team. He went on to work at 1490-AM WBCB, Phonebet TV and The Sports Network. Tom can also be heard on SiriusXM's Mad Dog Sports Radio.
Howie C’s unique and vibrant style have made him a popular host of the Bottom Line Sports Show. The charismatic Howie C debates sport stories, recaps weekly sports topics with analysis and discusses the biggest sports news stories. His love of numbers makes him the unofficial "Stats Guy" of the show; he believes the truth is always in numbers.
Mateen provides insight from a player’s perspective, but he was much more than “just” a player. Cleaves was a two-time Big Ten Player of the Year, a Consensus All-American, and led the 2000 Michigan State Spartans to the NCAA Championship, earning the tournament’s “Most Outstanding Player” award. Cleaves also played for four teams in six NBA seasons.
Noah Coslov is the Host and Managing Editor for CineSport, where he serves as the face of the largest online network of original sports video content. Noah works directly with 90-plus publications including the Boston Globe, LA Times, and The Philadelphia Inquirer to produce compelling video that is seen by over 11 million unique visitors every month.
Mike Dunleavy Sr.
Mike Dunleavy's NBA career spanned five decades, starting in 1976 as a player on the Philadelphia 76ers, and lasting through 2010 as the head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers. Dunleavy was named Coach of the Year in 1999 with the Portland Trail Blazers, and won a Western Conference championship as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers in 1991.
Ian Eagle is in his 19th season as the Brooklyn Nets' play-by-play announcer. A 1990 graduate of Syracuse University, Eagle won an Emmy in 2013 for his sports play-by-play work. His career started in 1990 as a producer for WFAN, and two years later, he debuted as a host on the network. He also calls the NCAA Tournament for CBS and broadcasts NBA playoff games for TNT.
Brian Geltzeiler is an NBA writer/analyst who has been covering the NBA for eight years. His work first appeared under the moniker "Hoops Critic" in 2008 before launching his own website HoopsCritic.com in 2010. Brian has become a respected presence across sports radio and Twitter (@hoopscritic) due to his well-regarded NBA analysis, opinions and information. He has co-hosted podcasts for SheridanHoops.com, where he's interviewed numerous NBA personalities, and has served as a studio analyst on The Knicks Blog TV show for SportsNet NY.
During his 12 years in radio broadcasting, Jason Goff has covered a variety of events including NCAA Final Fours, Boxing Championships in Madison Square Garden and Las Vegas and training camps for both NBA and NFL teams. Jason also takes great pride in involving himself with charitable and community organizations such as One Step Camp/Children’s Oncology and the Jackie Robinson West Little League. When he is not on the air, Jason is just your average guy … keepin’ it real!
Lionel Hollins spent 10 seasons in the NBA as a player, five with the Portland Trail Blazers. He won a championship with Portland in 1977, and was named an All-Star the following year. He coached for parts of seven seasons with the Vancouver and Memphis Grizzlies, guiding the team to three straight playoff berths from 2010-13.
Award-winning NBA writer for the New York Daily News. Has covered the Knicks and the league since 1995. Regular panelist on ESPN's Around The Horn as well as SportsNet New York. Won a New York Sports Emmy in 2010 for coverage of LeBron James' free agency. Has covered the league for NBA TV as well as TNT. Co-hosted an NBA morning show on Sirius in 2007. University of Maryland graduate.
Since retiring from the NBA as the league's all-time best three-point shooter, Kerr has served as an analyst for TNT and an executive for the Phoenix Suns. Kerr serves as President of Basketball Operations and General Manager for the Suns from 2007-10, and has worked with Turner from 2003-07, and again from 2010-present.
The Chicago Bulls' game and studio color analyst since 2003, Stacey King played in the NBA from 1989-97, then overseas in Turkey (1998) and Argentina (1999). Prior to joining the Bulls' broadcast team, King worked for ESPN Radio as a game analyst on The Bob Valvano Show, and coached for three seasons in the CBA.
Nancy, "Lady Magic," Lieberman is a true pioneer in women's sports. Her extensive resume includes: WNBA player, coach, general manager, sports broadcaster for ABC, NBC, ESPN, and FOX Sports Southwest (FSSW), motivational speaker, author and the first female coach of a men's team under the NBA umbrella. Lieberman was also the first woman to play in a men's professional league. Currently, she serves as the assistant general manager for the Texas Legends, NBA Development League team and official minor league affiliate of the Dallas Mavericks.
Entering his second season with the New Orleans Pelicans as the team’s television play-by-play announcer, Joel Meyers has over 25 years . Meyers came to New Orleans after six seasons as the Los Angeles Lakers’ TV play-by-play announcer (2005-11) and two as the Lakers’ radio play-by-play announcer (2003-2005). Meyers won two Emmy awards in his time as L.A.’s TV play-by-play man and previously served four years as the voice of San Antonio Spurs’ television broadcast before joining the Lakers
Sam Mitchell spent over a decade in the NBA as a player, including two stints with the Minnesota Timberwolves, and coached the Toronto Raptors from 2004-08. In 2007, Mitchell was named the NBA Coach of the Year.
A two-time NBA champion and one of the best three-point shooters in Houston Rockets franchise history, Kenny Smith is in his eighth full season as an NBA studio analyst for the Emmy award-winning Inside the NBA presented by Hyundai on TNT with host Ernie Johnson and analyst Charles Barkley. Inside follows TNT's exclusive Thursday night NBA coverage.
Justin Termine joined SiriusXM in the fall of 2006 following stints on air in both Manchester, N.H. and Providence, R.I., where he hosted his own sports talk program. In addition to his role at SiriusXM over the last decade, he has also worked for NBA Entertainment, ESPN Radio and CineSport. Justin has covered the NBA Draft, NBA All-Star Game, and MLB All-Star Game during his time with SiriusXM.