- Jim Durham
Jim Durham (born
February 12, 1947in Chicago, Illinois) is an American sportscaster.
Since 1995, he has called numerous
National Basketball Associationgames for ESPN and ESPN Radio. Durham has spent more than 32 years calling NBA games on TV and radio; his previous assignments were with the Chicago Bulls, the Dallas Mavericks, TNT and TBS. With the Bulls, he was play-by-playannouncer when Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and their teammates won the 1990-91 NBA championship. In 1999, Durham called men's NCAA basketball tournament games for CBS.
Early in his career, Durham worked on WJBC radio in
Bloomington, Illinois. During his time there, he covered the career of Illinois State Universitybasketball star Doug Collins, later coincidentally the coach of the Bulls during the early Jordan years in Chicago, including the famous call listed below.
Major League Baseball
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