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NBA on TNT
NBA on TNT.svg
Starring Ernie Johnson Jr.
Charles Barkley
Kenny Smith
Shaquille O'Neal
Kevin Garnett
Marv Albert
Chris Webber
Kevin Harlan
Reggie Miller
David Aldridge
Country of origin United States
Production
Running time 150 minutes+
Subject to change
Release
Original network TNT (1989–present)
Picture format 480i (SDTV),
1080i (HDTV)
Original release November 3, 1989 (1989-11-03) – present
External links
Website www.nba.com/tntovertime/

The NBA on TNT is Turner Network Television's coverage of the National Basketball Association (NBA), produced by Turner Sports since 1989. TNT's NBA coverage includes the Inside the NBA studio show, weekly doubleheaders throughout the regular season on Thursdays, as well as Mondays in the second half of the season, a majority of games during the first two rounds of the playoffs, and one conference finals series.

Coverage[edit]

Overview[edit]

TNT airs many of the NBA's marquee games (the NBA All-Star Game, a full Conference Final, Opening Night games, and the vast majority of playoff games). In recent years, fans have reckoned it as what NBC was during that network's coverage of the league.[1] TNT would seem to be the NBA's preferred carrier as well; from 2003 to 2005, TNT aired the Conference Final with the most interest from the national media (Spurs-Mavericks in 2003, Lakers-Wolves in 2004 and Pistons-Heat in 2005). TNT also airs most of the big games during the regular season (TNT aired a Lakers-Heat game for the third straight year in 2007), and TNT studio content is streamed to NBA.com via the TNT Overtime section.

Studio team[edit]

Ernie Johnson Jr. has been TNT's NBA studio host since the 1990-1991 season. Currently, Johnson is joined by Kenny "The Jet" Smith, Charles Barkley, and Shaquille O'Neal. The NBA postgame show which features the four, Inside the NBA, has gained popularity in recent years for the chemistry and banter they have. Occasionally, Johnson, O'Neal, Smith and Barkley are joined by Chris Webber, Kevin McHale, David Aldridge or Reggie Miller.

Playoff coverage[edit]

TNT's playoff coverage is nicknamed 40 Games in 40 Nights. In previous years, TNT and TBS aired doubleheaders opposite each other on each night of the first round of the playoffs, with one network airing a doubleheader at 7:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. and the other network airing a doubleheader at 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. (all times Eastern).

TNT also carries exclusive coverage of one NBA Conference Final. Since the 2004 NBA Playoffs, TNT has aired the Eastern Conference Finals in odd-number years and the Western Conference Finals in even-number years, a pattern which will continue until the expiration of its television contract. ESPN airs the other Conference Final, with weekend coverage of the ESPN-covered series and the Finals being broadcast on ABC.

For the first round, TNT's coverage of the playoffs is not exclusive; regional sports networks can still carry a local call and presentation of their team's games. After the first round, only national coverage from TNT or ESPN/ABC is produced.

2000–2002[edit]

The NBA on TNT logo used from 1994 to 2001

Starting in 2000, the NBA spread out playoff series so that only two series would play per day (so as to avoid TNT and TBS competing for ratings). TNT would air doubleheaders on most weekdays, while TBS would air one doubleheader per week (in 2002, TBS aired doubleheaders every Tuesday night of the playoffs until the Conference Finals).

Since 2003[edit]

With the advent of the new NBA television deal in 2003 (which ended TBS's coverage), TNT has aired playoff games alone, including (in 2003 only) some weekday tripleheaders. The tripleheaders, which were criticized by both fans and many in the media, consisted of one game at 6:00 p.m., another at 8:30 p.m., and a final game at 11:00 p.m. After 2003, the NBA and TNT discontinued the tripleheaders, instead settling for a doubleheader on TNT and a single game on NBA TV simultaneously. However, when Turner Sports acquired NBA TV in 2008, the network abandoned airing the lone non-national Thursday game, instead leaving it up to the local sports networks. However, TBS may still air the start of the second game in case the ongoing first game on TNT extends beyond the tip-off time of the second game.

NBA on TNT logo 2005–2008

Other than their regular Thursday schedule, TNT also airs NBA regular season games on Martin Luther King Day, during which tripleheaders were still used. However, in 2011, ESPN opted to air one matinee game on MLK Day, and NBA TV on the second matinee, leaving TNT to air the remaining two night games. In 2008, TNT broadcast on Christmas Day for the first time as Marv Albert, Mike Fratello and Craig Sager broadcast the game between the Washington Wizards and the Cleveland Cavaliers in Quicken Loans Arena and Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller and Cheryl Miller broadcast the game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Portland Trail Blazers in Rose Garden. TNT broadcast on Christmas Day again in 2011, when it broadcast the game between the Boston Celtics and the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, the very first game of the 2011–12 season, as a result of a lockout. Albert (himself a former Knicks broadcaster) and Steve Kerr called the game.

Due to TNT's part in coverage of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament beginning in March 2011, the league shifted over what would have been the Thursday night games in the third week of that month to Monday nights and they aired as part of ESPN's coverage instead. In addition, NBA TV's 'Fan Night' games gave way to TNT on select Tuesday nights.

Normally the studio crew of Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith and Charles Barkley would stay in the TNT Atlanta studios for all of the regular season and the first two rounds of the playoffs. However, in the 2010-11 NBA season the studio crew started taking their pre-game, halftime and Inside the NBA shows on the road in the regular season, specifically select games involving the Miami Heat on TNT, due to the heightened media coverage surrounding the Heat's acquisitions of LeBron James and Chris Bosh. The substitute studio hosts will also be on hand for Inside the NBA and the other game's pre-game and halftime presentations; the crew consists of Matt Winer, Chris Webber and Kevin McHale.

Variation of current NBA on TNT logo with glossy finish, 2008 until 2015

On May 11, 2011, Turner Sports (this includes TBS) broadcast its 1,000th playoff telecast.[2]

In July 2011, it was announced that Shaquille O'Neal would join as an analyst and he signed a multi-year agreement.[citation needed]

For the 2012–13 season, Charles Barkley occasionally filled in as a game analyst for select games. During his studio absences, Chris Webber served as an interim studio analyst. On April 11, 2013, TNT experimented with a three-man booth, but without a play-by-play announcer, for the game between the Warriors and the Thunder. For the 2014-15 season, TNT updated their graphics package.[citation needed]

For the 2015-16 season, the NBA and Turner Sports partnered with NextVR to stream the Warriors vs. Pelicans, the first-ever game to be broadcast live in virtual reality.[3]

For the 2016-17 season, TNT announced that it would air a new series of Monday-night doubleheaders during the later half of the season, beginning on January 16, 2017. Monday night games from February 27 to March 27 were branded as Players Only broadcasts, featuring only former NBA players and without a traditional play-by-play announcer. Additionally, TNT announced that it would hold a "Road Show" tour in various cities throughout the season, which will feature fan experiences and festivities, and a live broadcast of Inside the NBA on-location. The tour will begin in Cleveland outside the Quicken Loans Arena, host of TNT's opening night game featuring the Cleveland Cavaliers.[4][5]

Canadian coverage[edit]

TNT rarely shows regular-season games of the Toronto Raptors, the NBA's lone non-United States-based franchise, because the Toronto market lies outside the network's saleable broadcast zone (TNT is not available in Canada, and Canadian viewership would not affect TNT's U.S. ratings even if it was available in that country as is the case with many other American networks available in Canada). The 2016 NBA All-Star Game from Toronto was televised on TNT.

Virtually all TNT games, regular season or postseason, are simulcast in Canada via TSN/TSN2, Sportsnet/Sportsnet One, or NBA TV Canada, including studio team coverage. However, any TNT coverage of Raptors postseason games is not aired in favour of team-produced coverage, as has been the case with all Raptors games in Canada since the early 2000s (decade).

Game commentary[edit]

Mike Fratello, Reggie Miller and Marv Albert, along with TNT production staff, during an NBA on TNT broadcast

The current NBA on TNT commentating roster includes Marv Albert and Kevin Harlan for play-by-play, with Brian Anderson and Ian Eagle contributing fill-in play-by-play duty on some regular season and playoff games.

Reggie Miller and Chris Webber are the main color commentators. Others included in TNT's NBA coverage include Brent Barry, Mike Fratello, Grant Hill, Kevin McHale, Steve Smith, and on occasion, Charles Barkley and Shaquille O'Neal.

As of the 2016–17 season, the sideline reporter role is rotated between David Aldridge, Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, Lewis Johnson, Allie LaForce, and Kristen Ledlow.

Prior to his death on December 15, 2016, Craig Sager served a variety of roles on TNT, most prominently as a sideline reporter. Sager was usually paired with Cheryl Miller on most doubleheaders from 1997 to 2013.

Before he was hired as head coach of the Golden State Warriors in 2014, Steve Kerr was the primary game analyst on TNT. Kerr served that role from 2003–06, and again from 2010–14; in between he served as general manager of the Phoenix Suns.

Doug Collins used to be the secondary analyst on TNT; he was also the lead analyst in his first stint with the network from 1989 to 1995, pairing with the likes of Bob Neal, Ron Thulin and Pete Van Wieren. In his second stint from 2003 to 2010, he was usually paired with Harlan during the regular season, but was also paired with Albert during the NBA All-Star Game and the Conference Finals.

The original voice of the NBA on TNT was Bob Neal, who worked with the network from 1989 to 1995; he was also the original voice of the NBA on TBS. Other announcers who worked for TNT include Hubie Brown, Dick Stockton, Verne Lundquist, Chuck Daly, Danny Ainge, Reggie Theus, Rex Chapman, John Thompson, Jeff Van Gundy, P. J. Carlesimo, Gary Bender, Matt Devlin, Joel Meyers and Kevin Calabro.

Several prominent NBA analysts have chosen TNT over ABC or ESPN, such as Collins and Charles Barkley (Barkley was not only approached by ABC about an NBA studio job in 2002, but as also rumored to have been approached for a job on Monday Night Football). Reggie Miller was also sought out by ABC and ESPN, only to go to TNT.

The biggest TNT acquisition once sought out by ABC and ESPN was Marv Albert. After the 2002 NBA Finals, Albert, essentially a free agent, was a candidate for the lead spot on The NBA on ABC (which ultimately went to Brad Nessler). Albert, hired by TNT in 1999, decided to stay with the network.[6] Some[who?] attributed this to TNT having given Albert his first chance to be on national television after the embarrassing sex scandal that led to his firing at NBC. Albert and Mike Fratello—both of whom worked as a team in the NBA on NBC's early years—would ultimately reunite on TNT.

Hubie Brown, Doug Collins and Jeff Van Gundy are currently the only former TNT announcers working for ESPN/ABC. Brown, whose role on TNT was going to be significantly reduced starting with the 2002–03 season, left in 2002 to coach the Memphis Grizzlies. After two seasons of coaching, he left Memphis in early 2004 (leading to the departure from TNT of lead analyst Mike Fratello, who replaced him in Memphis) and was quickly picked up by ABC. Jeff Van Gundy, who was fired by the Houston Rockets after they lost in the first round, joined ABC at the beginning of the Western Conference Finals. Doug Collins, who resigned from TNT to become the Philadelphia 76ers head coach in 2010, joined ESPN after resigning from the 76ers three years later. Part-time TNT broadcaster Mike Breen is now the lead broadcaster for ABC and one-time TNT analyst Doc Rivers worked for ABC in 2004. Meanwhile, Pam Oliver, the lead sideline reporter for NFL games on FOX Sports, joined Turner Sports in 2004 as she would only be on during the NBA Playoffs, a role she fulfilled until 2009.

Music[edit]

TNT's current NBA game theme[7] was written by composer Trevor Rabin.[8] Previous themes for TNT were composed by Edd Kalehoff,[9] Big Bad Voodoo Daddy,[10] Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.[11]

Contract history[edit]

Seasons Contract amount[12]
1988–89 to 1989–90 $50 million/2 years
1990–91 to 1993–94 $275 million/4 years
1994–95 to 1997–98 $397 million/4 years
1998–99 to 2001–02 $840 million/4 years
2002–03 to 2007–08 $2.2 billion/6 years
2008–09 to 2015–16 8 years
2016–17 to 2024–25 9 years

The NBA on TNT is the network's longest-running regular program and sporting event, dating back to only a year after TNT's October 3, 1988 launch, with TNT also being the current longest-running NBA coverage partner. On October 6, 2014, Turner Sports and the NBA renewed their television and digital rights agreements through 2025.[13][14]

In media[edit]

In the video game NBA 07, made by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 3 consoles, graphics for TNT's NBA games are seen when playing an exhibition, playoff, preseason, or seasonal game.

A direct copy of TNT's graphics can also be seen on Cartoon Network's weekly basketball program, Run It Back, a program similar to Inside Stuff.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Old School Friday". SLAMonline. 11 August 2006. Retrieved 30 June 2015. 
  2. ^ Fang, Ken (9 May 2011). "TNT To Air Turner Sports’ 1,000th NBA Playoff Game on Wednesday". Fang's Bites. Wordpress. Retrieved 9 May 2011. 
  3. ^ "Why Turner is tipping off the NBA Season with NextVR". Fortune.com. 28 October 2015. Retrieved 21 March 2016. 
  4. ^ "TNT to Present Expanded 64-Game NBA Regular Season Schedule Featuring New Monday Night Series". Turner. Retrieved 25 October 2016. 
  5. ^ "NBA Tip-off 2016: Inside the NBA Hits the Road as Part of New ‘NBA on TNT Roadshow’". Sports Video Group. Retrieved 25 October 2016. 
  6. ^ "USATODAY.com - Albert follows bouncing NBA from NBC to TNT". Retrieved 30 June 2015. 
  7. ^ NBA on TNT Theme Song Extended (Edited) (HQ) on YouTube
  8. ^ "Notes From the Edge - Conversation with Trevor Rabin [NFTE #270]". Retrieved 30 June 2015. 
  9. ^ TV Music Museum
  10. ^ NBA on TNT Theme (99-2000) on YouTube
  11. ^ NBA on TNT Theme: "Excellence" on YouTube
  12. ^ "InsideHoops - NBA TV Contracts - NBA Television Contracts". Retrieved 30 June 2015. 
  13. ^ "NBA extends partnership with Turner Broadcasting, Disney" (Press release). National Basketball Association. October 6, 2014. Retrieved August 9, 2015. 
  14. ^ "Turner Broadcasting and the National Basketball Association Reach Nine-Year Media Rights Extension" (Press release). Turner Sports. October 6, 2014. Retrieved August 9, 2015. 

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