Hear Greg every Wednesday on "Above the Rim", from 10am-1pm ET. An 11-year NBA veteran, Anthony spent his first four seasons with the New York Knicks. He helped them advance to the Eastern Conference Finals in 1993 and the NBA Finals in 1994. He also had stints with the Vancouver Grizzlies, Seattle Supersonics, Portland Trail Blazers, Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks. In college, Anthony led UNLV Runnin’ Rebels to an NCAA Championship in 1990. He finished his college career as the school’s all-time assists leader. Greg Anthony is a Turner Sports NBA analyst on TNT and NBA TV, including NBA TV’s Fan Night Tuesday nights during the NBA season.
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.
Host of “Above The Rim”, weekdays from 10-1pm ET. Joel is currently the TV play-by-play voice for the Pelicans. He’s a multi-time Emmy award-winning broadcaster with over 25 years of experience that includes calling games for both the Lakers and the Spurs on TV. Joel is a graduate of the University of Missouri.
Host of “Off The Dribble”, weekdays from 1-4pm ET. Jared also works for NBA TV where he serves as host of ‘FanDuel Fantasy Tip-Off’ along with several of their other programs including ‘GameTime’, “Shaqtin’ A Fool” and “Making The Call”. Jared is a graduate of Hofstra University.
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.
One of the most prolific scorers and greatest pure jump shooters to ever have played the game, Eddie Johnson ended his 17-year NBA career as the all-time leading scorer off the bench and the 32nd all-time scorer overall in NBA history. Since retiring, Eddie has brought an honest, knowledgeable and unique style to the media as an author, speaker and broadcaster. In addition to hosting “NBA Today” on SiriusXM, he has been the color analyst for the Phoenix Suns since 2000.
Former NBA player Brian Scalabrine is a host on SiriusXM NBA Radio. The "White Mamba" spent eleven seasons as a player in the NBA, in that time he played for the New Jersey Nets, Boston Celtics and Chicago Bulls. He won an NBA championship as a member of the 2008 Boston Celtics.
Co-Host of “Above The Rim”, weekdays from 10-1pm ET. Known for his precision shooting, Tim played 10 seasons in the NBA, winning the Three-Point Shooting contest during the 1996 NBA All-Star Weekend. After finishing his playing career, he joined ESPN as a studio analyst and has been a mainstay on the network’s NBA coverage ever since. Tim played college ball at La Salle University.
Co-Host of “Off The Dribble”, weekdays from 1-4pm ET. Sam was drafted 54th overall by the Houston Rockets in the 1985 NBA Draft and played in the league for 13 seasons. Following the conclusion of his playing career, Sam transitioned into coaching where he lead the Toronto Raptors and Minnesota Timberwolves. He was named the NBA Coach of the Year in 2007 after leading the Raptors to their first division title in franchise history. Sam played college ball at Mercer University.
Host of “Around The NBA”, Monday’s from 6-8pm ET. Ric is a veteran NBA columnist with over 20 years of experience covering the league. He’s currently the Senior Writer for Bleacher Report after previously writing for ESPN The Magazine and the Washington Post. Ric is a graduate of Dartmouth College.
Co-Host of “Off The Dribble”, weekdays from 1-4pm ET. Rick was selected 35th overall in the 1980 NBA Draft by the Bullets (Wizards) and played in the league for 18 seasons. A member of the famed “Bad Boys Pistons” from the 1980s, Rick went on to win a NBA Championship with Detroit in 1989. He currently serves as their radio broadcast analyst. Rick played college ball at Hampton University.
Co-host of “The Starting LineUp”, weekdays from 7-10am ET. Brendan was drafted 20th overall by the Cavs in the 2001 NBA Draft. He played for four different teams over his 13 year career including winning a NBA Championship in 2011 with the Mavs. Brendan played college ball at the University of North Carolina
Co-Host of “Off The Dribble”, weekdays from 1-4pm ET. Antonio was selected with the 4th overall pick in the 1997 NBA Draft by the Grizzlies. He played in the NBA for 13 seasons and won a championship in 1999 with the Spurs. He currently works for the Thunder as their TV analyst. Antonio played college ball at Bowling Green State University.
After over 20 years in radio, Jonathan Hood came to SiriusXM's NBA Channel in March of 2015 and hosts Above the Rim. He also hosts Chicago's Gamenight and Chicago Bulls Weekly on ESPN Radio 1000 Chicago, and Dickerson & Hood Show weekends on ESPN Radio nationally. Aside from his on-air work, Jonathan works as a mentor for future broadcasters as an instructor at the Illinois Center for Broadcasting and the Sports Mentoring Group. He also is a speaker and mentor for troubled youth in the Chicagoland area.
The jocular "J-Hood" is just like the guy talking sports with you at the bar, except in this job, he has a microphone.
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.
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.
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.
Mitch Lawrence was a Sirius Satellite Radio pioneer, co-hosting the network’s original NBA show, Fullcourt Press, with such broadcasting luminaries as Ian Eagle and Kenny Smith. He’s now back with SiriusXM NBA Radio, co-hosting several shows including The Starting Lineup, NBA Today and NBA Weekend. Mitch has been writing about the NBA since 1986, with stints at the Dallas Morning News and the New York Daily News as its NBA columnist for 21 years. He writes several columns a week for Forbes.com and Sporting News.
Jason Jackson, a 13-time Emmy winner, is a versatile broadcasting veteran of over 25 years. From 1995-2002, Jackson was an anchor/reporter at ESPN. He anchored NBA 2Night, NBA Matchup and co-hosted ESPN Radio’s Gameday. Jackson served as host for ESPN’s coverage of the NBA All-Star Game and the NBA Finals from 1997-2002. He is the longtime television host and courtside reporter for Miami HEAT telecasts on Sun Sports. He also serves as a host for Sun Sports' Emmy award-winning series Inside the HEAT, as well as many HEAT community, corporate and season ticket holder events.
Co-host, multiple shows throughout SiriusXM NBA Radio. Tina is a multi-time Emmy award-winning broadcaster who currently works as a sports reporter and anchor for FOX 5 in New York. She also works as a sideline reporter for the Big Ten Network and ONE World Sports. Tina is a graduate of the University of Maryland.
One of the NBA’s greatest shooters, Jason Terry has scored 18,408 points in his career, and his 2,169 three-point field goals made is ranked number one among all active players and third on the all-time list. He won a NBA championship with the Dallas Mavericks in 2011 and was named the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year in 2009. Jason was selected 10th overall by the Atlanta Hawks in the 1999 NBA Draft out of the University of Arizona.