With the 2012-13 NBA season under way, the one and only Marv Albert set his alarm clock early and dialed up Boomer & Craig to have a little chat.
As is usually the case, today just before Jerry Recco could deliver his highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’, hilarity ensued in the Allstate Studio.
The great Marv Albert was in San Antonio last night to call 108-103 Thunder victory, and he sounded an awful lot like Craig doing his best Marv impersonation.
Craig does a pretty good imitation of the legendary Marv Albert, so this morning he combined that with Knicks head coach Mike Woodson’s voice – translation – ‘Marv Albert’ sings his own version of ‘Funky Cold Medina’…
Kenny Albert will be on the call for the Giants-Jets game and after hearing his father Marv call in yesterday, he followed suit today and dialed-up Boomer & Craig to talk some hockey (briefly) some football, his unusually large head and more.
Like many of us in the sports world, Craig is a big fan of legendary broadcaster Marv Albert.
Jerry Recco began his first update with a play-by-play cut of the great Marv Albert describing Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson’s costly drop in the final minute.
When Craig was talking about a story where he and the legendary Marv Albert were assigned the same seat on a plane, Jerry Recco had to select the anecdote as his highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’…
While angling for tickets to tonight’s Dolphins-Jets game, Craig reminded Boomer of numerous good times they’ve had while attending games together. On one such occasion, Craig had a rather embarrassing and awkward moment on a flight.
Marv Albert is returning to the NFL, whenever the lockout ends. The longtime play-by-play announcer is joining the NFL on CBS team, CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus announced Monday.
With the departure of Gus Johnson from CBS, rumors are now circulating that we may be hearing the legendary Marv Albert on CBS sometime in the near future. This of course is music to Craig’s […]
Craig was very excited this morning when he learned that the great Marv Albert will be turning 70 year’s old this June.
This could very well wind up being the what-could-have-been series for Carmelo Anthony and Knicks.
Kenny Albert joined Boomer & Craig this morning in studio and told the guys all about his hectic schedule, growing up with Marv Albert as his father, his tendency to sleep with his eyes open and his extra-large head.
During Jerry Recco’s informative update we heard play-by-play calls from Knicks-Celtics, courtesy of both Marv Albert on TNT and his son Kenny on the MSG Network. It marked the first time a father-son combo called the same playoff game, a landmark evening for the Albert family.