Radio Play-By-Play Announcer

The 2016/2017 season marks Dave Johnson's 20th consecutive campaign as the voice of the Wizards on the Wizards Radio Network. Johnson's ties to the Washington DC sports community are strengthened by his efforts as the sports director and morning sports anchor for WTOP radio (103.5 FM), where he recently won an Edward R. Murrow award for best writing, and for his work in studio on Comcast SportsNet as a frequent anchor of CSN's nightly sports show.

Johnson's ubiquitous presence in the sports community is also due in part to his role as the television play-by-play voice of Major League Soccer's DC United on Comcast SportsNet, and to an extensive history with televised soccer that includes appearances on ESPN and FOX Sports. Johnson also served as the play-by-play voice for the 2006 FIFA World Cup on XM radio, for whom he called over 20 matches, including the World Cup final in Berlin. Among Johnson's other career highlights is an Emmy Award for his work as the host of the NHL's Washington Capitals Face Off television show, countless anchored telecasts not just on Comcast SportsNet but also on FOX 5, an extensive play-by-play resume of college football, college basketball and lacrosse, and in the summer of 2006, Johnson served as a fill-in on Washington Nationals radio broadcasts.

A graduate of Towson University, Dave and his wife, Diane, live in Annapolis, MD with their son, Pierce.

Radio Color Analyst

The 2016/2017 season is Glenn Consor's is 10th season as the color analyst and post-game call-in show host on the Washington Wizards Radio Network. Alongside 16-year play-by-play veteran Dave Johnson, Consor brings almost two decades of experience covering the Wizards to the booth.

After 18 years covering the Wizards for various media outlets, most recently for Comcast SportsNet as an analyst on the network's live postgame show, Consor added a new perspective of watching the Wizards to his resume during the 2007-08 season. Previously, from 1990-95 Consor was a scout for the Wizards franchise and Indiana Pacers.

In addition to his work with the Wizards, Consor has served as a basketball analyst for NBA-TV, Home Team Sports, ESPN's regional college basketball broadcasts, Sports Talk 980, Westwood One's coverage of the NCAA Tournament, and Comcast SportsNet's collegiate broadcasts. Consor still provides periodic Wizards analysis for CSN as well, and served as Washington's Camp Director in the summer of 2009 for two youth basketball camps.

In his playing days, Consor started for four years for Rick Pitino at Boston University, before playing professionally in Israel. Originally from Flushing Queens, New York, Consor currently resides in Rockville, Maryland with his wife, Mara, and two sons, Kenny (18) and Jonny (15).