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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Marv_AlbertMarv Albert - Wikipedia

    Marv Albert (born Marvin Philip Aufrichtig; June 12, 1941) is an American former sportscaster. Honored for his work by the Basketball Hall of Fame, he was commonly referred to as "the voice of basketball". From 1967 to 2004, he was also known as "the voice of the New York Knicks".

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    • Marvin Philip Aufrichtig, June 12, 1941 (age 82), New York City, U.S.
  2. 17 mag 2021 · Marv Albert, whose rapid-fire coverage became an N.B.A. soundtrack for almost 60 years, will retire from sportscasting after the 2021 postseason, his employer, Turner Sports, announced on...

  3. 17 mag 2021 · Hall of Fame broadcaster Marv Albert, the long-time voice of Turner Sports’ NBA live game telecasts, has shared his plans to retire following his call of TNT’s exclusive coverage of the...

  4. For more than half a century, Marv Albert has been a radio, television, and pop-culture icon. With a flamboyant style, an archetypal voice, and back pocket full of catchphrases, he has been entertaining audience since the 1960s, when he first called a New York Knicks game.

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  5. 5 lug 2021 · Marv Albert, who had as rich and long a broadcast tenure as anyone, retired Saturday after almost 60 years on-air. We stamp his chronology, from his childhood years in Brooklyn to his on-air years which was filled with lots of highs and one tumultuous low.

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  6. 4 lug 2021 · National Basketball Association broadcasting legend Marv Albert signed off for the final time today, his last words a simple “good night” to his legion of fans.

  7. 21 giu 2021 · Marv Albert announces he will retire after playoffs. The Hall of Fame broadcaster has called 13 NBA Finals and broadcast the NBA for 55 years.