TNT will not have its lead broadcaster when the NBA resumes its season next month in Orlando.
Marv Albert, who is 79, will not be part of the network’s coverage over concerns concerning the coronavirus pandemic, which has actually roared back to life in recent weeks, especially in Florida. Albert informed The New york city Post, “I had doubts.” Turner also verified to TheWrap that Albert will not be going down to Orlando.
Kevin Harlan, Ian Eagle or Brian Anderson will likely take over Albert’s spot in the network’s leading broadcast team.
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The NBA is set to resume its season on July 30 in a bubble environment at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando. On Tuesday, the Florida Department of Health reported more than 6,000 brand-new cases of the unique coronavirus, upping the state’s total past 150,000
TNT will have 18 “Seeding Games” and air double-headers on Tuesday, and triple-headers on Thursday. The early game will feature star novice Zion Williamson leading the New Orleans Pelicans against the Utah Jazz– it was Jazz player Rudy Gobert’s positive test in March that led the NBA suspending its season– while the back end of the doubleheader will pit the Los Angeles Lakers against its inner city rival Clippers.
Each of the 22 teams that are part of the NBA’s reboot will play 8 video games to determine playoff seeding.
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