Golden State Warriors Tv announcers are Bob Fitzgerald and Kelenna Azubuike. Bob has been calling play by play for the Warriors since 1997.

GSW regular-season games can be heard and seen on radio and television. 70 regular season games were shown during the 2022-23 season on NBC Sports Bay Area, the Warriors' official television home.

The Warriors have 30 national broadcast appearances scheduled, including six games on ABC, 12 on TNT, and 12 on ESPN. Furthermore, all the games can also be streamed on the Warriors app, the Audacy app, the NBA app and website, SiriusXM, and the SiriusXM app.

GSW has an experienced team of broadcasters, correspondents, studio hosts, and reporters to cover the magic of Steph Curry, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson, among many other superstars.

Golden State Warriors Commentators List

Warriors Commentators are:

  • Bob Fitzgerald
  • Kelenna Azubuike

Bob was also the co-host of the radio talk show Fitz.
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The multi-time Emmy award-winning Bob Fitzgerald has worked as the television voice of the Warriors for the last 27 consecutive seasons.

Throughout the basketball season, he also keeps up his participation in the Warriors Weekly Roundtable and postgame radio shows. Fitzgerald had previously been nominated for six Emmys in the category of 'Best On-Camera'.

In 2007 and 2014, he won the prize for Northern California's "Best On-Camera, Play-by-Play Sports." Furthermore, he also has more than 20 years of experience covering Olympic events on television.

Fitzgerald was the basketball play by play sportscaster for NBC Sports during the London 2012 Summer Olympics, where Team USA won gold.

Kelenna(right) with Bob at the FedExForum on March 19, 2023.
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Former basketball player Kelenna Azubuike joined NBC Sports Bay Area in 2015 covering the Warriors game. He replaced Jim Barnett, who had served as the color analyst for the previous 34 seasons. Azubuike has additionally worked as an NBA analyst for ESPN Radio since 2022.

After ending his playing career, he joined Syracuse University's Sportscaster U. program, which was supported by the NBPA, to prepare for a broadcasting career. Since then, he has been responsible for calling 11 of the 19 NBA D-League games that NBA TV produced in 2016.

Talking about his playing career, Kelenna spent seven years playing in the National Basketball Association. He first played professionally for the Forth Worth Flyers of the NBA Development League. 

Warriors Broadcasters

The broadcasters for Golden State Warriors are:

  • Kerith Burke
  • Ros Gold-Onwude
  • Laurence Scott
  • Garry St. Jean
  • Drew Shiller

Kerith covering the Warriors game during the 2022-23 season.
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Kerith Burke is a GSW reporter at NBC Sports Bay Area since October 2017. She delivers commentary and analysis on several other platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, in addition to offering in-game interviews and updates.

Burke completed her Bachelor's degree in broadcasting and communication with Spanish manor from Washington State University. She has many years of experience working as a host and reporter on different networks. 

As per her LinkedIn account, Kerith started her career as a correspondent and host at SportsNet for five years. She then worked for NBC Sports as a Rio Olympics Reporter covering Team USA Women's Basketball.

Ros Gold-Onwude called the GSW games for NBC Sports Bay Area, covering their game to three consecutive NBA Finals and 2 championships from 2014 to 2017. 

She worked for MSG Networks as the color analyst for the NY Liberty of the WNBA. Also, Ros became a sideline reporter for men's basketball for NBC's coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Gold-Onwude has been a female NBA commentator for ESPN Radio since 2022. As a journalist and analyst for Pac-12 Networks, she has covered March Madness, the NCAA tournament, and men's and women's collegiate basketball in the Pac-12.

Onwude interviewing Manu Ginobili during the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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Laurence Scott has contributed to and Warriors TV since 2012. He served as the presenter of NBC Sports Sunday and Giants Clubhouse at NBC Bay Area.

Scott earned his master's degree in the humanities from Stanford University and a bachelor's degree in the arts in radio and television from Southern Methodist University. He has worked closely with many digital media organizations in addition to his broadcasting duties.

Before Laurence served as the host of A&E's Biography for Radio and the sports correspondent for Arizona's CBS affiliate KOLD-TV. He has reported on numerous teams during his more than 20 years of covering the NBA.

Warriors Post Game Commentators

Post game commentators for GSW are:

  • Bonta Hill 
  • Chris Mullin
  • Festus Ezeli 
  • Dorell Wright

Bonta reporting for KRON 4 News on March 16, 2019.
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For the 2022–2023 season, NBC Sports Bay Area offers pre-game and post-game coverage on the Warriors Pregame Live and Warriors Postgame Live shows, which was hosted by Bonta Hill alongside Chris Mullin, Festus Ezeli, and Dorekk Wright. 

Bonta Hill has been serving as the GSW pre and post-game broadcaster for NBC Sports Bay Area since the 2020-21 season. He is also the Radio show host, 95.7 The Game at Audacy.

At the age of 25, Hill began his career in sports writing after quitting a secure position as a UPS supervisor to attend City College. Bonta worked as a Public Address Announcer for the men's basketball team at City College of San Francisco for four years. 

Chris played with the Warriors from 1985 until 1997.
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Former professional basketball player Chris Mullin was named as a pregame and postgame studio analyst for Warriors games on NBC Sports Bay Area after leaving St. John's University. He also contributes to KNBR, a radio affiliate, coverage of the Warriors.

Also, Mullin assisted the ESPN broadcast team in December 2011 when Mark Jackson took over as coach of the Golden State Warriors.

From right- Dorell, Chris and Bonta together at Boston on June 13, 2022.
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Dorell Wright is another studio analyst for NBC Sports Bay Area on pre-game and post-game coverage since 2020.  Wright, a star three-point scorer who played ten seasons in the NBA, spent two with the Golden State Warriors.

In 2006, he won an NBA title with the Miami Heat, a team that included famous players like Shaquille O'Neal, Dwyane Wade, and Gary Payton.

Warriors Radio Announcers

GSW radio announcers are:

  • Tom Tolbert
  • Jim Barnett

American sportscaster Tom Tolbert joined the Warriors radio network as a color commentator in 2016. Tolbert was hired in 1996 to co-host The Razor and Mr. T, a radio talk program on the KNBR local sports radio station in San Francisco.

Tom became a radio show co-host on KNBR in San Francisco .
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Apart from his broadcasting career, Tom is a former professional basketball player who spent seven seasons in the league playing for Charlotte Hornets, GSW, Orlando Magic, and LA Clippers.

In addition to working as a radio host in San Francisco, Tolbert also provided color commentary for NBC's NBA broadcasts. In 2002, he received an Emmy nomination for his commentary work on NBC. Tolbert then spent 2002–2007 working for ESPN.

He played college basketball under coach Lute Olson helping the team reach the 1988 Final Four. Playing at the University of Arizona he was a teammate of five-time NBA Champion Steve Kerr. 

Barnett currently works for NBC Sports Bay Area .
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Jim Barnett works on KGMZ-FM's 95.7 The Game alongside play-by-play announcer Tim Roye. He works for NBC Sports Bay Area and covered the Warriors during the 1985–1986 NBA season as a television analyst.

Barnett was replaced as the color commentator on NBC Sports Bay Area by fellow former player Kelenna Azubuike as of the 2019–2020 NBA season and began serving as the Warriors' full-time color analyst on 95.7 The Game.