|DISH NETWORK||Check guide|
|AT&T U-VERSE HD||1751|
|WWLS-THE SPORTS ANIMAL (OKC)||98.1 FM|
|KYAL-THE SPORTS ANIMAL (TULSA/MUSKOGEE)||97.1 FM|
|KITO-THE SPORTS ANIMAL (VINITA)||96.1 FM|
|KWPN-ESPN RADIO (OKC)||640 AM|
|WKY (SPANISH-LANGUAGE BROADCAST OKC)||930 AM|
|KJCM-THE SPORTS ANIMAL (ALTUS)||100.3 FM|
|KVSO (ARDMORE)||1240 AM|
|KKBI-THE SPORTS ANIMAL (BROKEN BOW/IDABEL)||106.1 FM|
|KADS-THE SPORTS ANIMAL (ELK CITY)||1240 AM|
|KCRC (ENID)||1390 AM|
|KGYN (GUYMON)||1210 AM|
|KXCA-THE TICKET (LAWTON)||1380 AM|
|KMCO (MCALESTER)||101.3 FM|
|KSEK-FOX SPORTS RADIO (PITTSBURG, KANSAS)||1340 AM|
|KSIW (WOODWARD)||1450 AM|
TV PLAY-BY-PLAY ANNOUNCER
Brian Davis completed his eighth season as the team's television voice. A veteran basketball broadcaster, Davis returned to the NBA in 2004 as host of Seattle Sonics broadcasts on FSN Northwest.
Davis regularly covered the Chicago Bulls during the Michael Jordan era and became a contributor to NBA Radio, hosting game broadcasts and serving as sideline reporter for the network during the 1991 playoffs and NBA Finals. He later hosted Bulls broadcasts on FSN Chicago and occasionally called Sonics games in Seattle.
He has an extensive play-by-play resume at the college level, including the Big Ten, Pac-10, Conference USA and the Mid-American Conference.
Davis has called games at the professional level in three other sports: football, as radio voice of the Seattle Seahawks; hockey, in a reserve role with Chicago Blackhawks; and soccer, with Major League Soccer's Chicago Fire. He has also worked as pre-season play-by-play announcer for the NFL's Arizona Cardinals.
As a sports anchor for CBS Radio and its Chicago all-news affiliate, Davis covered major events including the Olympics, NBA Finals and Stanley Cup Finals. His resume includes football play-by-play in the Big Ten, Pac-10 and MAC.
He is an accomplished interviewer and talk show host and has won several professional awards, including one for investigative journalism during his days as a news reporter in Chicago. Davis holds a journalism degree from Northwestern University. He and his wife, Judy, have two children and make their home in the Oklahoma City area.
THUNDER TELEVISION ANALYST
Michael Cage joined the Thunder broadcasting team in 2014 as its television analyst for all FOX Sports Oklahoma broadcasts.
Cage played 15 seasons from 1984-2000 as a power forward in the NBA with the Los Angeles Clippers, Seattle Supersonics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Nets. He led the NBA in rebounding in 1988, capturing the title by grabbing 30 rebounds in the final game of the regular season.
A native of West Memphis, Ark., Cage was a first-round draft pick of the Clippers in 1984 following a successful career at San Diego State University. At SDSU he was named a second-team All-American in 1984 and twice was selected as Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year. The Aztecs retired his jersey (No. 44) in 1984. He was also a member of the gold-medal winning 1983 United States team in the Pan American Games, and he is a member of both the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame and the San Diego State Hall of Fame.
Following his playing career, Cage has worked as both a broadcaster and a high school and AAU basketball coach. His broadcasting experience includes serving as TV analyst for the Memphis Grizzlies, FOX Sports West, Prime Ticket and Westwood One radio. Cage coached Mater Dei High School in Los Angeles to back-to-back state titles in 2013-14 and a national championship in 2014. He also served as a guest coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers at the 2013 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.
Cage has a long history of giving back to the community during and after his NBA playing career. The Michael Cage Foundation works with young athletes to mentor, teach and share life lessons.
RADIO PLAY-BY-PLAY ANNOUNCER
Veteran NBA play-by-play announcer Matt Pinto completed his eighth season with the franchise, calling all games on the team's flagship station, WWLS The Sports Animal (640 AM/98.1 FM).
Prior to joining the franchise, Pinto was in Los Angeles where he has served as the radio voice of the NBA's Clippers for two seasons. From 1997-2005, Pinto was on the Dallas Mavericks' broadcast team, serving as the radio play-by-play voice from 1997-2001 and the television voice from 2001-2005. While in Dallas, Pinto also worked as a talk show host for KESN (ESPN 103.3 FM) and was the play-by-play announcer of the NCAA Division IAA regional game of the week for The Football Network. In 1997, Pinto was named best play-by-play announcer for the state of Texas by the Associated Press.
From 1990-1997, Pinto was the radio play-by-play voice of the NBA's Charlotte Hornets. Pinto was also the television play-by-play voice of UNC-Charlotte basketball games and was an occasional host of ESPN national sports talk shows and the play-by-play voice of Westwood One college basketball.
Before joining the NBA ranks, Pinto worked in the sports broadcasting field in Honolulu, Boston, Los Angeles and Amarillo, Texas.
SIDELINE AND BROADCAST HOST
Lesley McCaslin completed her fourth season with the Thunder.
McCaslin came to the Thunder from Dallas where she has worked as an anchor and reporter on FOX Sports Southwest, covering the Dallas Mavericks, Texas Rangers, and Big 12 and Conference USA football. Her career also includes Texas high school football broadcasts and local TV sports reporting in Texas markets Austin and Abilene. She grew up in west Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin.
As Sideline and Broadcast Host, McCaslin anchors the team’s pregame show Thunder Live, provides courtside reports during the game broadcasts and is a frequent video contributor to the team website, okcthunder.com, covering Thunder Basketball and community events.
DIGITAL CONTENT REPORTER
Nick Gallo completed his fifth season with the Thunder.
Gallo joined the Thunder after working as a reporter for the New York Jets’ official website for two seasons. Prior to that, he reported for the Tennessee Titans’ official website for two seasons while attending Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. He also covered sports for the Vanderbilt Hustler before graduating in 2010 and wrote for the Chapel Hill News while growing up in his hometown of Durham, NC.
As Digital Content Reporter, Gallo writes daily articles for the Thunder’s official website, okcthunder.com, including practice reports, game previews, game recaps, features and community stories. In print, he contributes as a writer to Thunder Magazine and the game night programs. He also serves as the daily video reporter and producer for okcthunder.com, frequently contributes in that role for the Thunder Insider television show on Fox Sports Oklahoma and served as reporter on the Steven Adams documentary, The Kiwi Way. Starting in the 2014-15 season, he began regularly providing courtside reports for the Thunder’s Fox Sports Oklahoma game broadcasts.