A year after becoming the Seattle SuperSonics radio voice, Matt Pinto is on the move again. Pinto, who has been an NBA broadcaster for 19 seasons, said Thursday that he plans to join the team in Oklahoma City. TV play-by-play announcer Kevin Calabro, who had been with the Sonics for 21 seasons, will not be making the move, team spokesman Tom Savage said. A Boston native, Pinto, 46, made his NBA debut with the Charlotte Hornets, broadcasting the team's games for eight seasons, beginning in their second season. He expects the reception the Sonics will receive in Oklahoma City will be similar to that stint. "The Charlotte Coliseum, which seated 24,000, was filled every night,” he said. "The electricity in the building was really incredible.” Pinto then made a stop in Dallas, broadcasting Mavericks games for eight seasons — four on radio and then four on TV. He spent two seasons with the Los Angeles Clippers before joining the Sonics last season. Pinto called the Sonics' sudden move to Oklahoma City "a bit surreal,” considering the franchise's long history in Seattle. He said it will be a major adjustment for his wife of one month, who is from eastern Washington. "It's a bit of a shock,” he said. "It's really a short period of time to uproot and get re-established there.” In Seattle, Pinto worked solo in the broadcasting booth. He said a decision if he will have a partner this season has not been made. He said there are advantages to both situations. "If you get a game where both teams are wanting to run and it's a 115 to 110 type of game, an analyst can get in the way a little bit,” he said. "When you have a game where the officials are whistle happy and there are 50 free throws, an analyst comes in real handy.” On the Sonics TV broadcasts, Calabro worked this past season with Steve "Snapper” Jones. Gary Hill hosted the pregame and postgame shows.