You pick the game, we show it. Watch Fan Night every Tuesday night on NBA TV.
NBA TV's critically-acclaimed original series Open Court is back on NBA TV this season.
The Starters, formerly The Basketball Jones, join NBA TV and NBA.com for a daily TV show, podcast and blog beginning Oct. 30.
Follow the 2013 Draft class with a behind-the-scenes look at their introduction to life in the NBA.
Studio Host, NBA TV Canada
David Amber is entering his first season as the Raptors pre and post game host on NBA TV Canada after eight years at ESPN as an anchor and reporter. With ESPN, Amber anchored ESPNews, SportsCenter and Outside the Lines as well as hosting College Basketball halftime shows. In the field Amber contributed feature reports for Outside the Lines and reported for SportsCenter from the NBA Finals, MLB Playoffs as well as serving as a sideline reporter for NCAA football and the World Baseball Classic.
Game Analyst, NBA TV Canada
Jack Armstrong serves as a studio analyst for NBA TV Canada during Raptors pre and post game shows. Following a successful 14 year coaching career at the collegiate level, Armstrong is also entering his 13th season of providing colour commentary during Raptors broadcasts. Jack has also commentated for the WNBA's New York Liberty, as well as the 2002 FIBA Men's World Basketball Championship.
Game announcer, NBA TV Canada
Matt Devlin is entering his third season with the Raptors as the club's television play-by-play voice. He brings a wealth of experience to Raptors games having called NBA action for the Charlotte Bobcats, Memphis Grizzlies, NBA TV and TNT. A veteran broadcaster for NBA TV, Matt has worked with the network, since league launched it in October 1999, as a studio host and play-by-play voice on regular season, playoff, summer league and WNBA game broadcasts.
Game Analyst, Raptors NBA TV
Sherman Hamilton is entering his eighth season as a Raptors analyst. He can be seen before and following each Raptors game on NBA TV Canada. Hamilton also appears on Raptors Today, a non-game day program designed to keep Raptors fans up to date on breaking news and current events surrounding the Raptors and from around the NBA. Prior to his work as a broadcaster, Hamilton represented the Men's Canadian National Basketball Team for more than 10 years as a player and coach.
NBA TV Canada Host
Kat Stefankiewicz joined the NBA TV Canada in October 2009 as the host of RaptorSpace. She is also the Raptors interactive reporter for both Gate 5 Live and Real Sports Live and hosts the Raptors All Access Series, a live chat between the team and their fans. In addition to her NBA TV Canada duties, Kat is the co-captain of the Toronto Raptors Dance Pak and has been dedicating her passion and choreography to the team for the past five seasons. This season she is video blogging for the Raptors Dance Pak blog on Raptors.com.
Game Analyst, NBA TV Canada
Leo Rautins has been on the Canadian basketball scene for over 30 years as a player, broadcaster and ambassador of the game, and currently serves as the Head Coach of the Senior Men's Canadian National Basketball Team. Entering his 16th season as a television analyst for the Toronto Raptors, Leo has also covered Syracuse University basketball games on both radio and TV and has also covered NCAA, NBA, and NBDL basketball.
NBA TV Canada Show Host/Producer
Akil Augustine hosts "The Real Sports Show" live from the Real Sports Bar and Grill after every Raptors home game where he chats live with fans on raptors.com and also produces and co-hosts RaptorSpace. He is also a video and social content producer for raptors.com. Growing up with the game in his adopted home town of Toronto, Akil has been involved in the Canadian hoops scene over the last ten years in a variety of roles including player, coach, mentor, videographer and reporter.
David Aldridge is a regular contributor to NBA TV and NBA.com. He appears each week on The Beat, a show that covers news and storylines from around the NBA, with NBA beat writers and reporters serving as regular guests. In addition, Aldridge writes for NBA.com, including his popular column The Morning Tip which posts each Monday on the site.
Greg Anthony appears as a studio analyst on NBA TV's signature Fan Night every Tuesday night. Anthony also serves as a studio analyst for the Turner Sports and CBS Sports partnership of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship. An 11-year NBA veteran, Anthony won an NCAA title with UNLV in 1990.
Brent Barry serves as a studio analyst on NBA TV's GameTime, the network's live studio show with game highlights, analysis, commentary, and live look-ins at games being played across the NBA. Barry is also an analyst on The Jump on NBA.com, an interactive show streamed live on NBA.com every week.
Vince Cellini serves as a full time host for NBA TV's GameTime and a collection of online programs across Turner Sports' digital properties. A longtime cable sports veteran, Cellini was a former anchor on CNN Sports Tonight and received a Cable ACE Award for his work in 1996.
Rick Fox joins NBA TV as a studio analyst and will make several appearances on NBA TV each month. Fox was drafted by the Boston Celtics is 1991 and later won three NBA championships as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers. He attended the University of North Carolina and played in 140 straight games while helping the Tar Heels reach the NCAA Final Four in 1991.
Jared Greenberg joined the NBA TV studio team in 2012 as the new studio host of The Jump. Greenberg and The Jump studio team provide insight into the upcoming week's games, discuss the players, share highlights and interact with NBA fans as viewers have the opportunity to interact with the studio team by submitting questions and comments via NBA.com, Facebook and Twitter.
Emmy® Award winning studio host Ernie Johnson hosts Tuesday Fan Night on NBA TV, bringing the candor and wit that fans have come to love.
Fantasy guru Rick Kamla has spent seven years on NBA TV sharing insider tips and fantasy knowledge with NBA fans. Kamla will continue his role hosting the NBA.com Fantasy Insider show airing on NBA TV and NBA.com, in addition to serving as a studio host for NBA TV programming.
Emmy® Award-winning sportscaster Ahmad Rashad serves as a studio host for NBA TV. Rashad hosts One on One with Ahmad, a NBA TV special that will appear occasionally throughout the 2010-2011 season. The shows will feature Rashad interviewing various players to get their perspective about life on and off the court.
Dennis Scott is in his second year as an NBA TV analyst and also makes regular contributions to NBA.com. Scott appears on the network's NBA GameTime studio show throughout the regular season. In addition, he is an analyst on the interactive show The Jump on NBA.com, which is streamed live online and re-airs on NBA TV.
Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas joins NBA TV as a studio analyst and will make several appearances on NBA TV each month, as well as making a regular contribution to NBA.com. Thomas is a 12-time NBA All-Star, NBA Finals MVP in 1990, led the Detroit Pistons to back-to-back NBA championships in 1989 and 1990 and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000.
NBA Champion Steve Smith is a studio analyst for NBA TV, appearing on the network multiple nights each week. A star guard at Michigan State, Smith had a 14-year NBA career playing for the Miami Heat, Atlanta Hawks, Portland Trail Blazers, San Antonio Spurs, New Orleans Hornets and Charlotte Bobcats. After retiring in 2005, Smith spent three years as an analyst for the Atlanta Hawks.
Five-time NBA All-Star Chris Webber serves as an NBA TV studio analyst on Fan Night every Tuesday. A member of the University of Michigan's famous 'Fab Five,' Webber had a 15-year NBA career playing for the Golden State Warriors, Washington Wizards, Sacramento Kings, Philadelphia 76ers and Detroit Pistons.
NBA TV host Matt Winer anchors the network's NBA GameTime several nights a week and also serves as host for Making the Call with Ronnie Nunn. A longtime television veteran, Winer most recently anchored a variety of NBA shows as well as SportsCenter for ESPN.
Kobe Bryant speaks from the Lakers media day as he enters his 19th NBA season.
The crew discusses if the Cleveland Cavaliers are title contenders.
Pacers president Larry Bird talks with Reggie Miller about Indiana's tumultuous off-season.
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