NBA Radio Network

The NBA Radio Network was the official national radio broadcaster, distributed by Public Interest Affiliates[1] (PIA[2]), a Chicago radio syndication company, of National Basketball Association games (more specifically, a regular season game of the week,[3] the All-Star Game,[4] as many as 31 playoff contests, including all of the conference finals and Finals, and even the draft and lottery) from the 1990-91[5] through the 1994-95 season. NBA Radio was ultimately supplanted by ESPN Radio.



Color commentators

Sideline reporters

Studio hosts

  • Chet Coppock (1990–1991, 1991 NBA Draft host)
  • Tom Hanneman (1993–1995)
  • Glenn Ordway (NBA Draft host, 1993–1995)

Studio analysts


  1. Kening, Dan (15 September 1991). "Radio Syndicator Stays Ahead Of Game". Chicago Tribune.
  2. "ON THE RADIO". Orlando Sentinel. March 15, 1990. p. D8.
  3. Schlossberg, Howard (January 7, 1991). "NBA Radio Network seeks high-flying market. (National Basketball Association, airline travelers using in-flight audio equipment)". Marketing News.
  4. Shapiro, Leonard (February 1, 1992). "AROUND THE DIAL". Washington Post. p. D02.
  5. Nidetz, Steve (March 20, 1990). "Sunday Night Game Integral Part Of Wls Radio`s New Baseball Package". Chicago Tribune.
  6. "Charms of a 2-year-old prevent speeding ticket". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. February 12, 1992. p. G2.
  7. Arnold, Geoffrey (September 30, 1992). "Blazers Hire Doucette for Radio Play-by-Play Job". The Oregonian.
  8. Martzke, Rudy (June 4, 1993). "NBC covers negative Jordan news as well". USA Today.
  9. Nidetz, Steve (February 19, 1993). "`Stars' still a thrill for Magic, Collins". Chicago Tribune. p. 7.
  10. Florence, Mal (June 11, 1993). "Fan of Bonds? Only if Bonds Should Fan". Los Angeles Times. p. 2.
  11. Nidetz, Steve (February 19, 1993). "`Stars' still a thrill for Magic, Collins". Chicago Tribune. p. 7.
  12. Arace, Michael (February 12, 1994). "Rookie Game all Baker's missing lately Baker the highest pick not in Rookie Game". Hartford Courant. p. C1.
  13. Marx, Bill (August 17, 1990). "Early Top 25 Poll Results Show Seminoles In Front". Orlando Sentinel.
  14. Ryan, Bob (June 15, 1995). "Former Bullet Wes Unseld is acquainted with sweeps". Houston Chronicle.
  15. Banks, Lacy J. (June 7, 1992). "Good road show by generous Reinsdorf". Chicago Sun-Times. p. 5.
  16. Sandomir, Richard (June 19, 1992). "TV SPORTS: BOXING; Holyfield-Holmes: Match of 2 Bumps on a Log?". New York Times.
  17. Nidetz, Steve (February 8, 1991). "NBA boss fosters a `Jam'-dandy idea". Chicago Tribune. p. 9.
  18. Baker, Jim (February 3, 1995). "TV Sports Neumeier is B's choice". Boston Herald. p. 76.
  19. Baker, Jim (February 5, 1995). "Ordway eager for new contract". Boston Herald. p. B24.
Preceded by
ABC Radio
National radio broadcaster, NBA
Succeeded by
ESPN Radio
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