Clippers Tv announcers are Brian Sieman, Jim Jackson and Mike Fratello. Sieman has been calling play by play for the Clippers since 2019.
Many viewers tune into the network to catch up on recent games, highlights, and in-depth match analysis. The Los Angeles commentators, studio analysts, newscasters, and sideline reporters draw viewers to their extensive coverage of the game in the NBA.
The network boats experienced members capable of bringing the game to life via their expertise, and exceptional enthusiasm for calling games.
LA Clippers and Bally Sports SoCal have agreed on a multi-year deal to continue their 27-year partnership with the eminent basketball franchise.
Bally Sports SoCal continues to be the main local media outlet for the Lob City, broadcasting 63 live regular-season Clippers games and bringing back outstanding talent.
LA Clippers Commentators List
Clippers commentators are:
- Brian Sieman
- Don MacLean
- Jim Jackson
- Mike Fratello
- Chauncey Billups
- Corey Maggette
Brian Sieman, one of the most talented members of the broadcast crew has captivated audiences with his voice. The franchise supporters are largely reliant on him for news and entertainment due to his engaging style and in-depth knowledge of the sport.
Having completed his bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Kansas, he has experience working in different broadcast teams.
Beginning in February 2001, Sieman worked as the International Basketball Association's director of communication for seven months. Then he joined Drake University as a football radio play-by-play for five months.
He has also worked for the Minnesota Timberwolves as a radio play-by-play broadcaster for one year. Brian also serves as the radio play-by-play announcer for Los Angeles and became the first voice for the 13th season.
Former basketball player Don MacLean works for the Angeles television broadcasts on Bally Sports West and Bally Sports SoCal. Also, he serves as a color analyst and weekly basketball contributor.
Talking about his playing career, he played nine years in the league playing with renowned teams. In the 1992 NBA draft, the Detroit Pistons selected MacLean with the 19th overall pick, but he was later transferred to the Lob City.
Don started off as a color commentator and analyst for several sports networks, such as Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket. Beyond his coverage of LA, he boasts a lengthy career in sportscasting.
MacLean has additionally featured as a guest analyst on major networks including ESPN and NBA TV, where he provides his valuable insights.
Another former basketball professional Jim Jackson works for Clippers on Bally Sports West. After bidding adieu to his 14-season-long playing career in NBA, Jim worked for the Big Ten network
Furthermore, the Ohio native Jackson has also worked as a television analyst for a number of networks, including NBA TV and ESPN.
Mike Fratello joined Los Angeles as lead color analyst. He is currently a part-time commentator for Fox Sports West for the Clippers.
Fratello has also worked as the primary analyst for NBC, a studio analyst for the Brooklyn Nets on YES Network, and a broadcaster for NBA TV.
LA Clippers Broadcast Team
Clippers broadcasters are:
- Noah Eagle
- Corey Maggette
- Kristina Pink
- Jeanne Zelasko
- Jaime Maggio
American sportscaster Noah Eagle joined the Clippers broadcast team in 2019 working alongside Brian Sieman. Eagle followed in his father's footsteps to start his career in broadcasting.
As he considers Ian Eagle as his biggest influence, Noah takes on his dad's style by using humor and analysis that is jam-packed with facts.
For the preseason games of the Chargers that were broadcast on KCBS-TV in 2022, Eagle was teamed with Dan Fouts, a previous announcing partner of his father. Eagle handled the play-by-play for 3x3 basketball for NBC Sports' coverage of the 2020 Summer Olympics in 2021.
The Syracuse University graduate previously worked as the college football play-by-play newscaster for CBS Sports' #2 broadcasting crew.
Former professional basketball player Corey Maggette joined Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket as an analyst for the Lob City in 2014. He also worked for FS1 as a college basketball analyst.
Maggette joined the Big3 team Power for their first season in 2017, but he was forced to leave the team early on due to an injured Achilles. After guiding the Power to a 7-1 regular season record, Maggette was voted 2018 Big3 MVP and Captain of the Year in August 2018.
Talking about his playing career, Corey started playing with Orlando Magic in 1999. He was then traded to the Clippers in 2000 and established himself as a solid forward.
Jeanne Zelasko covers a wide range of sports while working as an assignment correspondent for the network, including the NFL, NHL, college basketball, and auto racing.
Zelasko previously co-hosted the San Diego Padres pre-game show for the regional sports network Prime Sports West in Southern California.
LA Clippers sideline reporter
The sideline reporters for the network are:
- Kristina Pink
- Jaime Maggio
Kristina Pink is a member of the FOX network family as a sideline reporter for Prime Ticket's basketball broadcast of the Los Angeles Clippers. She previously worked as a sports reporter for NBC affiliates WGNO-TV in New Orleans and Miami's WTVJ-TV before joining FOX.
When Pink relocated to Los Angeles, Clippers games were broadcast on Fox Sports West, letting her cover the NBA alongside the NFL. Pink continued to cover the team when Bally Sports took over local broadcasts of the team in March 2021.
She has spent that time immersing herself in both sports, making her one of the most adaptable sideline reporters in sports.
Pink completed her Bachelor's degree from the University of Florida in telecommunication in December 2007. She started her broadcasting career while a student at University by writing on-campus features about Florida athletics.
She also worked as a sportscaster for the WUFT-TV and WRUF-AM 850 campus stations at the University of Florida. During the 2013 and 2014 seasons, Kristina worked as a reporter for FOX Sports' coverage of college football.
Jaime Maggio joined the Clippers broadcast team in 2012 and served in various roles including host and sideline reporters. She has assisted with pre-game and post-game analysis, pre-game and in-game updates, and player and coach interviews.
Maggio completed her Bachelor's degree in communication from UC Santa Barbara in 2000. She was the host of a regional sports show in Los Angeles before joining Turner Sports.
When the MLB and NLB playoffs started in 2011, she started working on the sidelines. Jamie has become a prominent figure twelve years later.