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September 2, 2009 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Comcast SportsNet announced yesterday that former Villanova star Ed Pinckney will succeed Bob Salmi as the color analyst on 76ers telecasts. Pinckney, most recently an assistant coach with the Minnesota Timberwolves, will join longtime play-by-play announcer Marc Zumoff for all Sixers telecasts on Comcast SportsNet and the Comcast Network. "We are thrilled to welcome Ed back home and to have someone with his credentials join Marc Zumoff, providing Sixers fans with one of the best broadcast teams in the NBA," Brian Monihan, Comcast SportsNet senior vice president and general manager, said in a news release.
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November 23, 2011 | BY KERITH GABRIEL, gabrielk@phillynews.com
IN HIGH SCHOOL, Sixers announcer Marc Zumoff was never one of the jocks - in fact he said he was the "fat kid" who always watched from the sideline. Today as one of the most recognizable sports voices in Philadelphia, he has the dream job jocks envy. Funny how that works. Tomorrow, Zumoff's world will come full circle when he returns to Washington High, his alma mater, to announce Washington's annual Thanksgiving Day game against Archbishop Ryan (10 a.m.). Zumoff, a 1973 graduate, will be the primary voice for the game, which will air on the Comcast Network.
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October 28, 2009 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Tonight, the 76ers open the 2009-2010 season against the team that ended the last season: the Orlando Magic, 2008-09 Eastern Conference champs. The Sixers practiced yesterday at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine before flying to Florida. Tonight's game is scheduled for a 7 p.m. tip-off at Amway Arena. Orlando, led by all-star center Dwight Howard, has three other current or former all-stars on its roster: Forward Rashard Lewis, guard Vince Carter, and point guard and former Saint Joseph's University star, Jameer Nelson.
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July 18, 1992 | by Bill Fleischman, Daily News Sports Writer
Jon Gurevitch, the Sixers' radio play-by-play man for seven seasons, is moving. To television. Gurevitch will handle play-by-play for 62 Sixers games on PRISM (41 home, 21 away), according to Don Heller, vice president and general manager of PRISM and SportsChannel Philadelphia. Former NBA coach Jack Ramsay will continue in his role as analyst on the Sixers' PRISM telecasts. Succeeding Gurevitch as radio play-by-play man will be Jim Kozimor. He has been backup on play-by-play for the Golden State Warriors the past few seasons.
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October 12, 2010
Former 76ers guard Eric Snow, who was the starting point guard for the 2001 team that advanced to the NBA Finals, has been named the color analyst alongside play-by-play man Marc Zumoff for all Sixer telecasts on Comcas SportsNet and The Comcast Network. Snow is Zumoff's fourth partner in 4 years, following Steve Mix, Bob Salmi and Ed Pinckney, who left during this offseason to take a job as an assistant coach with the Chicago Bulls. Snow will debut tonight when the Boston Celtics visit the Wells Fargo Center (7 o'clock)
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June 29, 2007 | By Zach Berman FOR THE INQUIRER
As play-by-play announcer Marc Zumoff discussed the 76ers' potential pick with analyst Bob Salmi last night during the draft party at the Wachovia Center, he hinted that the team liked Georgia Tech forward Thaddeus Young. That was just before the Sixers took Young at No. 12. But when NBA commissioner David Stern appeared on the video screen and announced the selection, there was still a moment of confusion for the crowd. Then the reaction came. Some fans cheered. Others groaned.
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August 1, 1991 | by Phil Jasner, Daily News Sports Writer
Go ahead, tell your radio audience exactly what mystical things Michael Jordan is doing on the basketball court. "My creative juices will be taxed," Neil Funk was saying yesterday, after accepting a five-year contract to become the radio voice of the NBA champion Chicago Bulls. His new job, which was offered Tuesday, includes two years of guarantees and three years of options. Funk spent the last four seasons as the play-by-play man on Channel 17's telecasts of 76ers road games and had been involved in Sixers radio and TV work during seven of the last nine seasons.
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October 6, 1997 | by Phil Jasner, Daily News Sports Writer
Larry Brown, ever the professor, waited until yesterday morning - the fifth workout of the 76ers' training camp - to stretch anything other than basic drills to full court. "I just want to make sure we're going to try to defend and rebound," said Brown, starting his first season as the Sixers' coach. "The most important thing now is to try to execute, to work on fundamentals. "It's important that we spend most of our time teaching. There's not one negative, except for Rex Walters being hurt [strained lower back]
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October 11, 1995 | by Phil Jasner, Daily News Sports Writer
In the end, 37-year-old Rick Mahorn chose the path of least resistance. Mahorn, who had been talking to the 76ers about a job as a backup big man, instead re-signed with the New Jersey Nets, accepting a one-year guaranteed contract believed to be worth about $400,000. "A bird in hand is worth two in the bush," said the 6-10 Mahorn, beginning his fourth season with the Nets. That means that the salary-capped Sixers were able to offer nothing more than the NBA minimum of $225,000, and, with one spot open, have a far more pressing need for a backup point guard.
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June 8, 1998 | by Phil Jasner, Daily News Sports Writer
Marc Zumoff, the TV voice of the 76ers the last four seasons, is mulling an offer from Turner Broadcasting to work at the Goodwill Games this summer. If Zumoff accepts, which appears likely, he would be assigned basketball play-by-play duties for games not involving the U.S. team and would double as a sideline reporter during the U.S. games. Zumoff's agent, Glen Goldstein, is handling negotiations for the competition, scheduled July 19-24 in New York. Zumoff is also hopeful of working out a new deal with the Sixers.
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April 16, 2014 | By John Smallwood, Daily News Staff Writer
I HAVE to admit that while listening to Sixers chief executive officer Scott O'Neil act as a commentator during the first quarter of the broadcast of last night's game against the Celtics, I almost forgot that the Sixers are about to complete one of the worst seasons in the storied history of the franchise. If, however, you look at it from the standpoint of what the Sixers primarily set out to accomplish this season, it is hard to say that first-year president/general manager Sam Hinkie didn't have a spectacular rookie year.
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October 31, 2013 | BY CHUCK DARROW, Daily News Staff Writer darrowc@phillynews.com
IT IS WITH alarming - and depressing - frequency that we read or hear accounts of tragedies perpetrated by people who have been bullied as children. Happily, Marc Zumoff's story has had a much happier outcome. Tonight on Comcast SportsNet, Zumoff kicks off his 20th season as the 76ers' television play-by-play announcer - a run that puts him in the exalted company of such beloved "voices" as Harry Kalas, Richie Ashburn, Gene Hart and Merrill Reese. Oddly enough, his longtime success as a member of a such an exclusive fraternity might be a result of the torment he suffered at the hands of other kids.
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December 21, 2011 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Looking for more of a contest against a Washington Wizards team they had blown out just four days earlier, the 76ers got just that Tuesday night in their first and only home preseason game, a 101-94 victory at the Wells Fargo Center. In a game that was close for the better part of the evening, Jrue Holiday, whom the Sixers will look to often to take over games late, delivered. His three-pointer with 2 minutes, 13 seconds to go put the Sixers ahead, 90-88. He then fed rookie center Nikola Vucevic for a layup.
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November 23, 2011 | BY KERITH GABRIEL, gabrielk@phillynews.com
IN HIGH SCHOOL, Sixers announcer Marc Zumoff was never one of the jocks - in fact he said he was the "fat kid" who always watched from the sideline. Today as one of the most recognizable sports voices in Philadelphia, he has the dream job jocks envy. Funny how that works. Tomorrow, Zumoff's world will come full circle when he returns to Washington High, his alma mater, to announce Washington's annual Thanksgiving Day game against Archbishop Ryan (10 a.m.). Zumoff, a 1973 graduate, will be the primary voice for the game, which will air on the Comcast Network.
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November 13, 2010
76ers Notes DALLAS - The 76ers' backcourt of the future is now. Coach Doug Collins appears to have settled on second-year point guard Jrue Holiday and rookie shooting guard Evan Turner as starters. It took an injury to swingman Andre Iguodala , formerly the team's shooting guard, to open space in the starting lineup for Turner. But even with Iguodala healthy Friday night against the Dallas Mavericks, Collins kept intact his young backcourt of Holiday and Turner.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 27, 2010 | By Dan Gross
COMCAST SPORTSNET has hired former La Salle University volleyball player Meredith Marakovits as its new Sixers sideline reporter for all home games. Marakovits, who has worked for ESPN 950, starts with tonight's home opener against the Miami Heat. She's not the only new face on Comcast SportsNet, joining former Sixer and new color analyst Eric Snow , as well as longtime announcer Marc Zumoff during the broadcasts. In other keeping-it-in-the-family moves, Comcast SportsNet added former Sixers coach Jim Lynam as a basketball analyst.
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October 12, 2010 | By Mario Aguirre, Inquirer Staff Writer
For anyone clamoring for the 76ers to bolster their frontcourt so they can set better screens, coach Doug Collins has two words: John Stockton. Collins used the Utah Jazz's Hall-of-Fame guard as an example Monday, saying Stockton is "one of the best screeners in NBA history. "So, I don't think you have to be some big guy to set screens. I think you have to be willing to go down and put your body on somebody, and that's what we've been emphasizing. We have to help each other get open.
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October 12, 2010
Former 76ers guard Eric Snow, who was the starting point guard for the 2001 team that advanced to the NBA Finals, has been named the color analyst alongside play-by-play man Marc Zumoff for all Sixer telecasts on Comcas SportsNet and The Comcast Network. Snow is Zumoff's fourth partner in 4 years, following Steve Mix, Bob Salmi and Ed Pinckney, who left during this offseason to take a job as an assistant coach with the Chicago Bulls. Snow will debut tonight when the Boston Celtics visit the Wells Fargo Center (7 o'clock)
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October 28, 2009 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Tonight, the 76ers open the 2009-2010 season against the team that ended the last season: the Orlando Magic, 2008-09 Eastern Conference champs. The Sixers practiced yesterday at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine before flying to Florida. Tonight's game is scheduled for a 7 p.m. tip-off at Amway Arena. Orlando, led by all-star center Dwight Howard, has three other current or former all-stars on its roster: Forward Rashard Lewis, guard Vince Carter, and point guard and former Saint Joseph's University star, Jameer Nelson.
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September 2, 2009 | By Kate Fagan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Comcast SportsNet announced yesterday that former Villanova star Ed Pinckney will succeed Bob Salmi as the color analyst on 76ers telecasts. Pinckney, most recently an assistant coach with the Minnesota Timberwolves, will join longtime play-by-play announcer Marc Zumoff for all Sixers telecasts on Comcast SportsNet and the Comcast Network. "We are thrilled to welcome Ed back home and to have someone with his credentials join Marc Zumoff, providing Sixers fans with one of the best broadcast teams in the NBA," Brian Monihan, Comcast SportsNet senior vice president and general manager, said in a news release.
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