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Marv Albert on final Knicks’ broadcast from MSG: “It brought back a lot of memories for me.”

Wednesday night’s Atlanta Hawks’ 103-89 road win over the New York Knicks to wrap up that NBA first-round playoff series was notable from the basketball side, but it was really notable from the broadcasting side. That game, broadcast nationally on TNT, featured famed announcer Marv Albert calling his first game inside an arena in more than a year, and also calling his final game from Madison Square Garden (he announced last month that he’s retiring at the end of this season). Albert (seen above ahead of a March 5, 2020 game) had a long connection with the Knicks, calling their games consistently from 1967-2004, so it was certainly notable to see him back there. And afterwards, he told Marc Berman of The New York Post that it was a great experience for him:
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Marv Albert revels in his final Knicks game despite lack of tribute

The Knicks’ season ended Wednesday — and so did legend Marv Albert’s broadcasting career at the Garden. Because of his feud with Knicks chairman James Dolan, the Garden didn’t acknowledge the giant moment with a video tribute. Just as good, Albert, who started as a Knicks broadcaster in 1967, received...
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TNT taps Marv Albert for Knicks-Hawks Game 5

New York Knicks, Atlanta Hawks, Marv Albert, NBA on TNT, National Basketball Association, Reggie Miller. It’s been nearly two decades since Marv Albert was the voice of the New York Knicks, but fans will have the opportunity to travel back in time with the play-by-play legend for at least one more playoff game. TNT is putting Marv Albert on the call for Game 5 between the Hawks and Knicks.
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Retiring Marv Albert will be at MSG to call Knicks-Hawks Game 5

The retiring Marv Albert will be at Madison Square Garden to call the Knicks/Hawks Game 5 on Wednesday night for TNT. Albert had two stints as the legendary voice of the Knicks. This could be Albert’s final time calling a Knicks’ game as the Hawks can clinch the series with a victory.
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