Marv Albert

Marv Albert in awe of Clyde Frazier’s broadcasting rise

Marv Albert will enjoy the company with Walt Frazier joining him in the broadcasting wing of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Two Knicks legends together again. Frazier, the MSG Network color analyst and Hall-of-Fame guard, was named in February as the Curt Gowdy Award winner and will be enshrined – again – on Sept. 11 in Springfield, Mass. Albert, the Knicks’ broadcasting kingpin on radio and TV from 1967 to 2004, was inducted into the Hall in 1997. Having retired from broadcasting after last season’s Eastern Conference Finals, Albert, 80, plans to be there in Springfield for Clyde – COVID-19 willing. Albert and Frazier...
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How Jeff Van Gundy and Marv Albert got past ‘contentious’ relationship

Jeff Van Gundy once had a “contentious” relationship with NBA broadcasting legend Marv Albert, but the two have since settled their differences. Van Gundy, now a longtime top color commentator for ESPN, joined this week’s “Marchand and Ourand Sports Media Podcast” — a joint venture between The Post and Sports Business Journal.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

The NBA is missing something — Marv Albert

There’s definitely something missing. If mustard goes with hot dogs; and beer with pretzels – well, Marv Albert goes with the NBA. Marv Albert called 25 NBA All-Star Games, 13 NBA finals, the 1992 gold medal men’s basketball victory for the United States and dozens of other major sporting events for several networks in a career that placed him in several halls of fame.