Greg Gumbel

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Greg Gumbel (born May 3, 1946[1]) is an African-American sportscaster with CBS Sports. Gumbel was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.[1]

His jobs include these:

  • WMAQ-TV sports anchor
  • SportsCenter anchor
  • NBA on ESPN play-by-play
  • New York Knicks TV Studio Host/back-up play-by-play
  • New York Yankees TV Studio Host
  • New York Yankees play-by-play
  • College Basketball on CBS play-by-play
  • NFL on CBS Studio Host
  • Seattle Mariners play-by-play
  • Cleveland Cavaliers play-by-play
  • 1992 Winter Olympics on CBS Weekend Daytime co-host
  • 1994 Winter Olympics on CBS Primetime Host
  • 1996 Summer Olympics on NBC Daytime Host
  • MLB on NBC Studio Host
  • MLB on NBC play-by-play
  • NFL on NBC Studio Host
  • NBA on NBC play-by-play
  • Figure Skating on NBC Host
  • NFL on CBS lead play-by-play
  • College Basketball on CBS Studio Host
  • College World Series on CBS play-by-play
  • NFL on CBS #2 play-by-play
  • NASCAR on CBS Studio Host
  • College Football on CBS Studio Host
  • MLB on CBS Studio Host
  • MLB on CBS play-by-play
  • NBA on CBS play-by-play
  • College Basketball on MSGN play-by-play

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