Tim Capstraw begins his 11th season as the Nets' radio color analyst. In addition to Nets broadcasts, Capstraw worked as a 2012 London Olympics Basketball analyst for NBC Sports Network. Prior to that, he served as NBA TV's lead analyst for the Euroleague (2004-08), also working on several other international championships, including the 2007 FIBA Americas Tournament, as well as the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. Capstraw was the head basketball coach at Wagner College for 10 seasons from 1989-1999, following four seasons as an assistant coach at Siena College. He also served as head baseball coach at Wagner from 1983-85.
Tim was a television and radio analyst for the Northeast Conference for three years prior to joining the Nets radio team, and was a television analyst for the Atlantic 10 Conference during the 2001-02 season. Among Capstraw’s honors, he was named 1993 Northeast Conference “Coach of the Year” and won the 2000 Metropolitan Basketball Writers “Good Guy Award”. He also holds the distinction of being the youngest Division 1 coach in both basketball (28) and baseball (23). Capstraw is a 1982 graduate of Wagner College. Tim and his wife, Chelsea, have two children, Ross and Kiley.