You don’t need to be a swami to predict this ESPN legend’s inclusion in my new sports comic book Favorite Sportscasters.
Check out this excerpt about one of my top talking heads in sports.
My choice for the #6 spot is arguably one of sports media’s most respected and decorated television broadcasters.
Synonymous with the ESPN brand, Chris Berman started with the then fledgling network way “back…back…back” in 1979.
Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog declares my favorite sportscasters of all-time: PTI’s Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon. ESPN claims that these sparring sportscasters have made PTI, or Pardon The Interruption, the most successful show of its kind in sports … Continue reading
With a name that perfectly captures his comic strip persona, Tank McNamara barrels into today’s Friday Sports Funny with the “norts spews!” Boasting a 40 year run as a syndicated comic strip character, big mouthed, broad shouldered broadcaster Tank McNamara … Continue reading
ESPN’s NBA Finals coverage simply needs more Doris Burke. Sure, basketball fans enjoy her periodic sideline reports during the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors. However, NBA followers like me want more of her astute commentary … Continue reading
ESPN color commentator Dick Vitale has left a lasting impression on the landscape of college basketball. A 2008 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductee and a member of 15 other sports halls of fame, Vitale has become an American … Continue reading
Recognized as a pioneer in the broadcast booth, Doris Burke has risen to the top of her profession as a sportscaster. This articulate, knowledgeable and insightful broadcaster knows her stuff. She regularly shares her brilliant basketball mind during NBA, WNBA … Continue reading
The exaggerated image that starts this chapter perfectly, though comically, tells the story.
Though undersized and slight of build physically, Bob Costas metaphorically carries the largest and weightiest microphone among today’s accomplished sportscasters.
Skilled in covering a wide range of major sports events, Bob Costas has become America’s most trusted studio host in sports.
My new sports comic book about my favorite talking heads in sports debuted on Amazon last week.
Here’s a chapter excerpt.
My #2 pick in Favorite Sportscasters features two of the brightest and most entertaining former sportswriters who’ve ever found their way into a television broadcast studio.
ESPN claims that sparring sportscasters Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon have made their PTI, or Pardon The Interruption, show the most successful of its kind in sports television.
So, as Tony Kornheiser likes to say, “Let me axe you something.”
Earlier this week, I launched my newest sports comic book about my all-time favorite talking heads in sports.
Kicking off the first chapter in Favorite Sportscasters is actually a pair of sportscasters. here’s an excerpt from the book.
“What makes them different makes them great.”
The Mike and Mike ESPN radio show jingle speaks loudly and clearly when describing its popular, but polar opposite morning hosts.
Yesterday’s launch of my new sports comic book Favorite Sportscasters immediately captured sports fans’ attention and spawned complimentary comments regarding one of my surprise sportscasting picks for the book.
So, I’ve chosen to include a chapter excerpt today about the unexpected choice of my favorite cartoon sports commentator.
…..With a name that perfectly captures his comic strip persona, Tank McNamara barrels into the #7 spot in Favorite Sportscasters.