HANG TIME NEW JERSEY — For NBA fans like us, there’s nothing better than League Pass. Having the ability to watch every game every night (and then again the next day) is heaven.
Of course, with local broadcasts, you get local broadcasters, which can be good and bad. It can be good, because these guys know their teams better than most national broadcasters. It can be bad, because these guys love their teams more than most national broadcasters. And they’re usually not afraid to show that love.
Air Check is where we highlight the best and worst of NBA broadcasts.
This week, we have a special edition of Air Check, solely dedicated to the verbal stylings of one Clyde Frazier, who provides color commentary for Knicks broadcasts on MSG.
There was so much good stuff, we had slice it and dice it into two separate videos.
A couple of my favorites: “And then the neophyte. He’s been a delight tonight!” and “That play is indicative of their continuity, their spontaneity, their altruism.”