Marv Albert quotes

  • I would never scream at my kids, never raise my voice. But as they often tell me, they were so well behaved that screaming was not necessary.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Kids #Voice #Scream

  • If Justin Beiber was 7 feet tall, he'd look like [Meyers Leonard] that.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Feet #Looks #Justin

  • To me, doing the Olympics in 1992 in Barcelona for NBC, just seeing the Dream Team take the floor, was a thrill for me. I dont think there was another team in any sport with that high level of athletes playing together.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Sports #Dream #Team

  • There are people in New York who feel I should have more of a hometown approach. I feel we have to be a mirror and reflect whats happening on the court.
    -- Marv Albert

    #New York #Mirrors #People

  • Game calls cant be just, Oh, by the way, as part of a larger discussion.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Games #Way #Discussion

  • I was a Knicks fan of the Kenny Sears-Carl Braun-Jim Baechtold vintage. I was even their ball boy when I was a teenager.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Teenager #Boys #Vintage

  • My on-the-court game was ordinary. I had a jumper but needed screens. I could go right but not left.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Games #Ordinary #Court

  • In 1957, I was a 16-year-old office boy for the Dodgers.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Boys #Years #Office

  • My strong game was ping pong. Relentless... steady.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Strong #Games #Ping Pong

  • In radio, you are the game, so to speak - you have to describe every aspect. In TV, Ive always felt less is more, and its really a question of my setting up the color analyst more than anything else.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Color #Games #Radio

  • Theres a fine line between physical and thug ball, and the Knicks have crossed the line on occasion.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Thug #Lines #Balls

  • Steve Kerr, now coaching Golden State after eight tumultuous and very inconsistent years at TNT.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Funny #Years #Nba

  • It's impossible to work under conditions where they confused negativity with objectivity. You can't fool the fans.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Confused #Objectivity #Negativity

  • Phil Jackson would fight his own players in practice.
    -- Marv Albert

    #Fighting #Player #Practice

  • The Chicago Bulls’ Michael Jordan’s three-point explosion in Game 1 of the 1992 NBA Finals against Portland is easily one of the greatest performances I’ve ever seen. As he made his sixth straight, he winked directly at (broadcast partner) Mike (Fratello) and me and held his palms up in a shrug, as if to say, What can I do?
    -- Marv Albert

    #Nba #Games #Chicago

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