NBA team TV analysts for 2013-14 season:
Dallas Mavericks: Derek Harper, Jeff Wade (home games). Harper, 52, played 16 seasons as a guard in the NBA, including 12 with the Mavs. The quirky Wade, nicknamed “Skin,” co-hosts a Dallas sports talk show.
Denver Nuggets: Scott Hastings. Hastings, 54, played 12 seasons in the NBA as a 6-10 power forward.
Golden State Warriors: Jim Barnett. After 29 seasons on the TV team, Barnett, 70, who played 11 years in the NBA, plans to reduce his schedule this season.
Houston Rockets: Clyde Drexler (home games), Matt Bullard. Drexler, 52, a 10-time All-Star, finished his career with the Rockets. The 6-10 Bullard, 47, played nine season with the Rockets.
Los Angeles Clippers: Mike Smith. Smith, 49, a 6-10 forward, played three seasons in the NBA, finishing with the Clippers in 1995. He played for the Oklahoma Cavalry in 1993.
Los Angeles Lakers: Stu Lantz. Lantz, 68, has broadcast Lakers games for 27 seasons after an eight-year NBA career as a shooting guard.
Memphis Grizzlies: Sean Tuohy, Brevin Knight. Tuohy, 54, a former Ole Miss guard, is best known for raising offensive lineman Michael Oher with his wife, Leigh Ann, a story featured in “The Blind Side” movie. Knight, 38, played point guard for 12 seasons in the NBA.
Minnesota Timberwolves: Jim Petersen. Petersen, 52, played eight seasons in the NBA as a power forward. He also is an assistant coach for the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx.
New Orleans Pelicans: David Wesley. A former guard, Wesley, 43, played 14 seasons in the NBA.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Grant Long. Long, 48, played 16 seasons as a forward in the NBA. He resigned as Thunder TV analyst last month.
Phoenix Suns: Eddie Johnson, Ann Meyers Drysdale. Johnson, 55, played 17 seasons in the NBA as a small forward. A former basketball star, Meyers Drysdale, 59, served as general manager of the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury for five seasons.
Portland Trail Blazers: Mike Rice. Rice, 45, coached Duquesne for four seasons and Youngstown State for five seasons.
Sacramento Kings: Jerry Reynolds. In 29 seasons with the Kings, Reynolds, 70, has served a variety of roles, including head coach and director of player personnel.
San Antonio Spurs: Sean Elliott. As a small forward, Elliott, 46, played 12 seasons in the NBA, all but one with he Spurs.
Utah Jazz: Matt Harpring. Ron Boone. Harpring, 38, played 11 seasons in the NBA as a small forward, seven with the Jazz. Boone, 67, who was born in Oklahoma City, played 10 seasons in the ABA and six in the NBA as a shooting guard.
Atlanta Hawks: Dominique Wilkins. A nine-time NBA All-Star, Wilkins, 54, earned the nickname “The Human Highlight Film” for his dunking ability.
Boston Celtics: Tommy Heinsohn (home games), Cedric Maxwell, Dave Cowens, P.J. Carlesimo, Bill Simmons, Danny Ainge, Chris Herren. Heinsohn, 79, played for the Celtics from 1956 to 1965, and also coached the team from 1969 to 1978.
Brooklyn Nets: Mike Fratello, Jim Spanarkel, Donny Marshall (fill-in for Fratello). Fratello, 67, coached the Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavs and Memphis Grizzlies.
Charlotte Bobcats: Dell Curry. Curry, 50, father of NBA star Stephen Curry, was a standout shooting guard/small forward for the Charlotte Hornets.
Chicago Bulls: Stacey King. A former Lawton High School and OU star, King, 27, played in the NBA from 1989 to 1997. His catch phrases and nicknames have made him a popular analyst.
Cleveland Cavaliers: Austin Carr. Carr, 66, played 11 seasons in the NBA as a shooting guard, including nine with the Cavs.
Detroit Pistons: Greg Kelser. Kelser, 56, a former Michigan State star, played six seasons in the NBA.
Indiana Pacers: Austin Croshere, Quinn Buckner. Croshere, 39, played 12 seasons in the NBA, including nine with the Pacers. Buckner, 59, a former Indiana University point guard, played 11 seasons in the NBA.
Miami Heat: Tony Fiorentino. A former Heat assistant coach, Fiorentino has been on the Heat broadcast team for 11 seasons.
Milwaukee Bucks: Jon McGlocklin (home), Sidney Moncrief (road). McGlockin, 71, has worked 38 seasons as an analyst for the Bucks after eight seasons as a guard for the team. Moncrief, 56, a five-time All-Star from Arkansas, played 11 seasons in the NBA.
Orlando Magic: Jeff Turner. Turner, 52, played 10 seasons in the NBA as a power forward, including seven with the Magic.
New York Knicks: Walt “Clyde” Frazier. Frazier 69, has been on the MSG broadcast team since 1987. He was a seven-time All-Star guard for the Knicks.
Philadelphia 76ers: Malik Rose. Rose, 39, played 14 seasons in the NBA, finishing his career with the Thunder in 2009.
Toronto Raptors: Jack Armstrong, Leo Rautins. Armstrong, 51, is a former Niagara University coach. Rautins, 54, a former coach of the Canadian National team, primarily played overseas.
Washington Wizards: Phil Chenier. A three-time All-Star, Chenier, 63, played 11 seasons in the NBA.