Mike Gorman

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Mike Gorman (born November 24, 1947, in Dorchester, Massachusetts) is an American sportscaster. He calls games for the Boston Celtics and the Connecticut Sun. He was the voice of the Rhode Island Rams football and basketball and the voice of the Providence Friars men's basketball teams. Gorman also called college basketball for ESPN and CBS and NBA playoffs on TBS. Gorman called two Olympic games for NBC: Tennis at the 1992 Summer Olympics and Handball at the 2012 Summer Olympics.