Legendary NBA broadcaster Marv Albert signed off for one last time after the Eastern Conference Finals concluded on Saturday.
The Eastern Conference Finals concluded on Saturday, as the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Atlanta Hawks 118-107 to advance to the 2021 NBA Finals. Besides the game, the main story exiting Saturday night is that legendary NBA broadcaster Marv Albert’s retirement became official.
At the conclusion of the series, commentary partner and former Indiana Pacers player Reggie Miller stepped aside, allowing Albert to sign off the TNT broadcast for the very last time. You can listen to Albert’s full speech in the tweet below:
Marv Albert signs off for last time after Game 6 between Hawks and Bucks
Albert has been a sports broadcaster for the past 55 years, where he spent 22 of them with Turner Sports. Through his career, Albert has called 25 NBA All-Star Games and 13 NBA Finals.
Prior to Game 2 between the Hawks and Bucks, Albert was rewarded with his very own Larry O’Brien Trophy as a way to honor him for his lengthy broadcasting career. While basketball fans were no doubt tuning in to see the end result of Game 6, they also wanted to hear Albert call an NBA game one last time.