NBA on TNT

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Thursday 8:00 PM on TNT Premiered Oct 28, 2008 In Season

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NBA on TNT

Show Summary

Charles Barkley, Ernie Johnson and Kenny Smith bring you the latest NBA news every Thursday. Dick Stockton, Marv Albert and Reggie Miller join the guys as announcers for Thursday night games.

Previously Aired Episode

Doug Collins

Doug Collins

Color Commentator

Reggie Miller

Reggie Miller

Color Commentator

Kenny Smith (I)

Kenny Smith (I)

Studio Analyst

Charles Barkley

Charles Barkley

Studio Analyst

Kevin Harlan

Kevin Harlan

Play-By-Play Announcer

Shaquille O'Neal

Shaquille O'Neal

Studio Analyst

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • shaq's a crack up. "birdman, birdman!!"

    10
    lovin shaq. rest of the guys always the best. big man's adding a lot. keep up the volume, tho, big man.
  • Marv Albert is horrible

    1.0
    I was watching the basketball game tonight and heard him tell the other announcer that another group did not want him to work with him. That they voted and it was 6-0 and he also said there had been issues. The guy said that made him feel bad. Really! Is this sports or drama. That was unkind and unnecessary. ESPN is much better.
  • For Basketball fanatics!

    7.0
    Your non stop station for basketball.... the viewing quality of the games shown are great!
  • I like it more on ESPN.

    8.6
    TNT is okay and all, as a drama-type show network, but not as good as sports-broadcasting. I'd perfer watching the NBA on ESPN rather than TNT. Nothing against TNT, though. By the way, TNT actually doesn't broadcast nearly as many games as ESPN does. If TNT starts developing an actual interest in sports broadcasting, then maybe I'll be able to see it more as a sports broadcasting network, but right now: it's all dramatic and romantic shows and movies, and that's how I think the managers and president, etc. of the network want to keep it: and that's okay. They do broadcast the NBA decently, though. But the commentators aren't as funny or recognizable.moreless
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