Alan “Al” Albert Biography
Alan “Al” Albert is a sportscaster who has formerly worked for the New York Nets and Denver Nuggets, as well as the USA Network’s national NBA coverage. He also worked as a play-by-play announcer for the Indiana Pacers. He’s also worked as a blow-by-blow announcer for Tuesday Night Fights in boxing.
Alan “Al” Albert Age | Birthday
He was born and brought up in Brooklyn, New York, the United States of America, however, details about when he celebrates his birthday are currently not yet known to the public. We will update his birthday information once confirmed available.
Alan “Al” Albert Education
Albert obtained his degree from Ohio University.
Alan “Al” Albert Ethnicity | Nationality
What ethnicity is Alan? he belongs to a mixed ethnicity/heritage, he was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, the United States and he holds American nationality.
Alan “Al” Albert Family | Parents
Albert comes from a family of broadcasters. His brothers, Marv and Steve Albert, and a nephew, Kenny, are also play-by-play sports commentators. However, attempts to establish the identities of his mother and father were in vain since no information about them is available to the public.
Alan “Al” Albert Wife | Married
Alan is currently concentrating on his job and has not updated her marital status or public appearances, he hasn’t made his relationship public. His marital status, whether married, engaged, divorced, or single, is unknown.
Alan “Al” Alber Awards
In 1995, he won the Sam Taub Award for excellence in boxing broadcasting journalism.
Alan “Al” Alber’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through being a reporter. however, he has amassed a modest wealth through the revenues of his job as an anchor/reporter and producer.
Alan “Al” Alber Sportscaster | Career
Albert began his broadcasting career in Denver, where he worked for a local radio station, KOA, as well as KHOW radio and KWGN-TV. He was also the voice of the New York Nets and New York Islanders on WNBC in New York City, where he worked as a sports anchor. He was the Nuggets’ announcer for 21 years before deciding to leave Denver in 1996. He joined the Indiana Pacers as a play-by-play announcer in 1999. He remained at the company until 2007. On January 24, 1984, Albert, who was working for the USA network at the time, called what Syracuse supporters refer to as the greatest game ever played in the Carrier Dome. [requires citation] After a missed free shot by Boston College’s Martin Clark, Syracuse and Boston College were tied 73-73. Albert’s call lives on as The Greatest Play By Play Call in the Carrier Dome ever: “Washington, two seconds, OHHHH! ‘The Pearl’ hits it ..at midcourt.” Syracuse University basketball fans call that the greatest nine words in Syracuse history.