Voices of the Jazz

Voices of the Jazz

Thurl Bailey

TV Game Analyst

Thurl was selected in 1983 by the Utah Jazz as the 7th overall pick of the NBA Draft. He spent 9 of his sixteen-year professional basketball career with the Jazz, 3 years with the Minnesota Timberwolves, and four years playing overseas, in Italy and Greece. Since retiring in 1999-2000 with the Jazz, Thurl has been working as a pre, half and postgame analyst for Utah Jazz televised broadcasts.

Craig Bolerjack

TV Play-By-Play

When Emmy award-winning Craig Bolerjack is on the mic, you know it’s time to ‘buckle up.’ Along with a booming voice, he brings 16 years of Jazz broadcasting experience and, at his time of hire, was only the second announcer in Jazz history. He also brings a national and diverse pedigree with experience broadcasting in the NFL, College Football and NCAA National Basketball Tournament.

Ron Boone

Radio Game Analyst

With 13 years in the ABA and NBA, including 2 seasons with the Utah Jazz, Ron Boone truly knows the beautiful game of Basketball. After his professional playing career, he partnered with the famous ‘Hot Rod’ Hundley to bring a distinct and memorable voice to the Utah Jazz for many years. Starting his 34th season with the franchise, he has been a been a part of the team’s television pregame and postgame show as a commentator.

Nayo Campbell

Digital Host and Producer

Boasting an impressive and diverse resume in the field of communications, Nayo Campbell joins the ranks of the Utah Jazz as the first ever digital reporter and producer for the Utah Jazz. While attending Howard University, she held many positions such as: Communications and Branding Chair, Director of Operations, News Reporter, and General Manager for Howard University's student-run network.

JP Chunga

Digital Media Manager

With a degree in broadcast and digital journalism from Syracuse University, JP Chunga brings a unique set of skills to his job as digital media manager for the Utah Jazz. Before his time with the Jazz, he steadily built his sports journalism resume by serving as a writer, broadcaster, and producer.

Alema Harrington

TV Studio Host

After lighting up the football field as a BYU running back for four years, Alema Harrington took his love and knowledge of sports to the robust broadcasting world. His storied career includes roles as a sports radio talk host, weekend sports anchor and is currently the host of the “Jazz Game Night” as well as the pre, half, and postgame shows for the Utah Jazz.

Ryan Kostecka

Digital Content Writer

Originally hailing from Oregon, Ryan Kostecka traded the west coast for the rocky mountains to provide Utahns with excellent, award-winning sports journalism. After working as a sports director for Park City Television and publisher for Sports Illustrated, he joined the Utah Jazz in 2021 as a digital content writer.

David Locke

Radio Play-By-Play

With 13 years of radio play-by-play experience for the Utah Jazz, David Locke brings an unmatched energy and understanding of the game that continuously provides high value entertainment to his listeners. Before his time with the Jazz, he served as the radio voice for the Seattle Supersonics, the WNBA’s Seattle Storm and Utah Starzz.

Holly Rowe

Analyst and Reporter

As a new analyst for the Utah Jazz, Holly Rowe returns to her collegiate roots, bringing almost 30 years of sports broadcasting experience and an energy that’s guaranteed to fire up any crowd she’s a part of. Her experience spans the likes of the WNBA, NBA, NFL, NCAA basketball tournament and the women’s World Cup. Most recently she was named to the ABC Saturday Night Football commentating team.

Mike Smith

TV Studio Analyst

Since childhood, Mike Smith’s love for sports coursed through his body. He dominated the court at Brigham Young University where he excelled in both volleyball and basketball, being named a 2-time all American in the latter. He graduated with degrees in Spanish and communications and has since always brought the ‘fuego’ into his illustrious and award-winning broadcasting career.

Angie Treasure

Director of Content

Since joining the Utah Jazz as the social media manager in 2018, Angie Treasure has played a crucial role in developing the unique and engaging online voice of the team. Before her time with the Jazz, she used her degree in English from Weber State University to navigate the burgeoning social media world and excel in jobs as content creator, producer, and digital manager.