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Gus Johnson Out As Knicks Radio Play by Play Announcer

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, October 21st, 2010
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My first reaction to the news was.


Then I realized I don’t listen to Knicks games to begin with, so for me personally it isn’t much of a loss, but for my NYC crew I definitely feel your pain:

As the NBA season is about to get underway, New York Knicks veteran radio play-by-play announcer Gus Johnson is walking away from the high profile position. The games are broadcast by ESPN 1050/WEPN.

The New York Post reports that Johnson, 43, is leaving MSG Network to concentrate on his NFL and college basketball duties with CBS and boxing announcing for Showtime.

A MSG Network spokeman released this statement, “Gus is a very talented broadcaster, and has been a part of the MSG Network family for a long time.  We wish him all the best and will miss having him on our team.”

I definitely feel for you NYC, but maybe now CBS will realize that it is time to upgrade Gus.  I need him doing the Final Four and the Super Bowl.

No offense to the Clark Kellog and the Phil Simms of the world, but the universe needs more Gus Johnson.

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