Bios and Twitter handles for NBA TV's on-air talent
POSTED: Nov 21, 2014 8:49 AM ET
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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.
> Follow @daldridgetnt
Greg Anthony appears as a studio analyst on NBA TV's signature Fan Night every Tuesday night, as well as an in-game analyst for TNT's NBA coverage. Anthony also serves as 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.
> Follow @greganthony50
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 a two-time NBA Champion with the San Antonio Spurs, winning in 2005 and 2007, and played 14 years overall in the NBA.
> Follow @Barryathree
A 30-year veteran of television broadcasting, Vince Cellini contributes to a variety of Turner Sports properties, where he serves as a full time host for NBA TV's GameTime, The Beat and NBA Draft HQ. Cellini also calls play-by-play for NBA TV's coverage of Orlando and Las Vegas Summer Leagues and contributes to TNT's coverage of the PGA Championship.
> Follow @vince_cellini
A studio analyst for NBA TV, Rick Fox is also a member of NBA.com's Hang Time Podcast alongside Sekou Smith & Lang Whitaker. 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.
> Follow @rickfox
Mike Fratello is a studio analyst for NBA TV, appearing on the network's NBA GameTime studio show throughout the regular season. In addition, his insights and analysis can be found on MikeFratello.com.
> Follow @mikefratello
Jared Greenberg serves as a host for NBA TV's GameTime on Thursdays during the regular season. Greenberg also hosts breaking news updates on the network throughout the week.
> Follow @NBATVJared
Grant Hill is a co-host of NBA TV's revamped classic NBA Inside Stuff alongside Kristen Ledlow. Hill also works as an in-game analyst on TNT's NBA Coverage.
> Follow @realgranthill33
Stu Jackson joined NBA TV in 2013 as a contributor on league related-topics including rules, clarifications, discipline and general league operations. Jackson spent nearly 13 years as the NBA's executive vice president of basketball operations, in charge of all on-court and international basketball operations, including game rules, conduct, discipline and analytics. He served as chairman of the NBA Competition Committee, which recommends rules changes to the NBA Board of Governors, and on FIBA's Competition Commission and USA Basketball's Board of Directors.
> Follow @ StuJackson32
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. Each week, fans vote on NBA.com for the NBA matchup they most want to see televised on the network the following Tuesday.
> Follow @TurnerSportsEJ
Rick Kamla serves as a studio host for NBA TV's GameTime, a live studio show filled with highlights, analysis, commentary and live look-ins at games being played across the league. Kamla started with NBA TV in January of 2003.
> Follow @NBATVRick
Kristen Ledlow is a co-host of NBA TV's revamped classic NBA Inside Stuff alongside seven-time NBA All-Star Grant Hill. The groundbreaking sports and entertainment all-access show will return for its second season Saturday, November 1, 2014. Ledlow also hosts breaking news updates on the network throughout the week.
> Follow @Kristen Ledlow
Tas Melas is a co-host of NBA TV's The Starters, a collective of fan-focused voices with a unique and unconventional take on the game. Melas, along with co-host J.E. Skeets, contributors Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis and producers Matt Osten and Jason Doyle, produces original content across all screens including a daily TV show, podcast and blog, and a constant presence across a variety of social media platforms.
> Follow @TasMelas
Dennis Scott is a studio analyst for NBA TV, appearing on the network's NBA GameTime studio show throughout the regular season. A 10-year NBA veteran, Scott spent seven years with the Orlando Magic, where he helped lead them to an Eastern Conference Championship in 1995.
> Follow @3Deezy
J.E. Skeets is a co-host of NBA TV's The Starters, a collective of fan-focused voices with a unique and unconventional take on the game. Skeets, along with co-host Tas Melas, contributors Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis and producers Matt Osten and Jason Doyle, produces original content across all screens including a daily TV show, podcast and blog, and a constant presence across a variety of social media platforms.
> Follow @jeskeets
Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas joins NBA TV as a weekly studio analyst 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.
> Follow @iamisiahthomas
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 Hawks.
> Follow @steve21smith
Five-time NBA All-Star Chris Webber serves as an NBA TV studio analyst on Fan Night every Tuesday. Webber had a 15-year NBA career playing for the Golden State Warriors, Washington Wizards, Sacramento Kings, Philadelphia 76ers and Detroit Pistons.
> Follow @realchriswebber
Matt Winer joined Turner Sports in 2010. He serves as a studio host for NBA TV, anchoring NBA GameTime, the network's studio show that features highlights, analysis, commentary and live look-ins at games being played across the league.
> Follow @matt_winer