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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Joel Meyers is an American sportscaster and current play-by-play announcer of the New Orleans Pelicans.[1] He also is the lead host of "Above the Rim", which airs weekdays from 10am-1pm ET on SiriusXM NBA Radio.

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Career

His professional resumé includes NFL telecasts on NBC, Los Angeles Dodgers telecasts from 1990–91, California Angels telecasts from 1987–89, St. Louis Cardinals radio broadcasts in 2002, Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders radio broadcasts from 1993-96, San Antonio Spurs telecasts, various assignments for ESPN and FSN, and even the Los Angeles Lazers of the Major Indoor Soccer League. Meyers called the 2007 FIBA Americas Gold and Bronze Medal games with Steve "Snapper" Jones. From 2012-13 he called preseason games for the Houston Texans with Spencer Tillman. He also called games for the Los Angeles Clippers.

Meyers currently calls Big 12 Conference college football games for FSN and NBA games for ESPN Radio. He previously worked National Football League games for Westwood One (usually teamed with Bob Trumpy), but left that network after the 2006 season. He currently works for Fox Sports New Orleans as the play-by-play announcer for the New Orleans Pelicans (formerly New Orleans Hornets). Meyers also called the 2014 preseason lineup on local Cox Sports Television for the New Orleans Saints.[2]

Meyers called select games for the 2014 NBA Playoffs on TNT partnered with Chris Webber.[3]

Los Angeles Lakers

Meyers most notably started work for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association in 2003 as their radio voice, the year after Chick Hearn died.[4] Two years later, he was moved from radio to television where he was paired with Stu Lantz. Meyers replaced Paul Sunderland, who had succeeded Chick Hearn. Meyers left the Lakers at the end of the 2010-2011 season when the team did not renew his contract. He was supposed to be replaced by Spero Dedes, but Dedes ended up choosing a contract with the New York Knicks instead. Eventually, Meyers would be replaced by Bill Macdonald.

Personal

A St. Louis native, Meyers graduated from Ladue Horton Watkins High School in 1972.[5] He attended the University of Missouri, and served as the public address announcer at Busch Stadium II for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1980 until 1982, with the Cardinals winning the World Series in his final season. He and his wife, Carol, have two sons, Drew and J.J. They reside in Hidden Hills, California.

References

  1. ^ New Orleans Hornets' new television broadcast team includes Joel Meyers and former NBA player David Wesley.
  2. ^ "Ravens vs. Saints, preseason 2014: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming and more". 28 August 2014.
  3. ^ "TNT's Extensive Coverage of the 2014 NBA Playoffs Begins Sunday, April 20". Sports Media News. 17 April 2014. Retrieved 20 April 2014.
  4. ^ "Meyers, Thompson to broadcast Lakers". Sports Illustrated. AP. 11 June 2003. Retrieved 19 July 2010.
  5. ^ "Distinguished Alumni". Ladue Education Foundation and Alumni Association. Accessed February 8, 2018.

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