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BASKETBALL ANALYSTS

MIKE WOZNIAK
MIKE WOZNIAK
Former college basketball standout, holding numerous scoring records at Cal Poly, Mike serves as an analyst for Compass Media Networks' college basketball coverage. Mike lives in Northern California where he works for regional radio and television outlets.
RICK MAHORN
RICK MAHORN
Rick Mahorn was dubbed by Piston announcer George Blaha the "Baddest Bad Boy of them all." Mahorn gained a reputation for physical play. He served as a team leader of the Detroit Bad Boys teams of the late 1980s, winning his only NBA Championship in 1989. Though the Bad Boys went on to repeat in 1990, Mahorn was picked up in the 1989 NBA expansion draft only days after hoisting the '89 trophy, as teams were only able to protect 8 of their players from being "drafted." After he was selected by the new Minnesota Timberwolves, Pistons general manager Jack McCloskey tried in vain to trade to get him back. In ESPN's 30 for 30 feature film about the Detroit teams in this era, Mahorn shed a tear when talking about being dealt away from the Pistons. Despite being out of Detroit, Mahorn never played for Minnesota, being traded instead to the Philadelphia 76ers, where he teamed with superstar Charles Barkley (despite previous rivalries with him) to form the top-rebounding duo of "Thump N' Bump." After two seasons, Mahorn moved to the Italian Serie A for the 1991-92 season. Mahorn later played for the New Jersey Nets for four seasons, before returning to the Pistons in 1996-97 under coach Doug Collins. He retired after the 1999 season, after a second stint with the 76ers. Mahorn then served as a color commentator for Pistons radio broadcasts, and as an assistant coach under former teammate Bill Laimbeer with the WNBA's Detroit Shock. Laimbeer and Mahorn led the Shock to multiple WNBA titles.
STEVE LAPPAS
STEVE LAPPAS
Mr. Lappas has held a variety of top coaching positions as well as served as a basketball analyst for radio and television. In 1988 Lappas became head coach at Manhattan College, where he turned around the program from a 7-21 season in 1988/89 to a 25-9 season and a berth to the 3rd round of the NIT in 1992. In 1992, he succeeded Rollie Massimino as head coach at Villanova, where he guided the team to seven postseason tournament appearances (four NCAA, three NIT), posting a 8-6 record. He became head coach of the University of Massachusetts on March 26, 2001.

FOOTBALL ANALYSTS

BRIAN BALDINGER
BRIAN BALDINGER
Former NFL offensive lineman for Dallas Cowboys (1982-1987), Indianapolis Colts (1988-1991), Philadelphia Eagles (1992-1993), Brian serves as analyst for Compass Media Networks' NFL and college broadcasts. Brian also works for the NFL Network as co-host for the Thursday and Friday edition of PLAYBOOK as well as an analyst for NFL Total Access. In pre-season, Brian covers Atlanta Falcons as an analyst for WXIA-TV in Atlanta. Brian lives in New Jersey and serves as co-host of PHILLY'S FM SPORTS STATION, THE FANATIC 97.5 FM, weekdays from 10AM - NOON.
CURTIS CONWAY
CURTIS CONWAY
Former NFL wide receiver for the Chicago Bears (1993-1999), San Diego Chargers (2000-2002), New York Jets (2003), San Francisco 49ers (2004) as well as 1992 first-team All-American during his senior season at USC, Curtis Conway serves as an analyst for Compass Media Networks' NFL and college football broadcasts. Curtis lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Laila Ail, and their children.
TOM FLORES
TOM FLORES
Tom Flores and Mike Ditka are the only two people ever to have won a Super Bowl as a player, as an assistant coach, and as a head coach. Tom was also the first Hispanic quarterback and head coach in professional football history.

Having played for Oakland Raiders (1960-1966), Buffalo Bills (1967-1969), Kansas City Chiefs (1969), Tom had an exceptionally distinguished coaching career highlighted with Super Bowl victories as coach of the Raiders in 1980 and 1983.

For over a decade, Tom has served as the analyst for THE OAKLAND RAIDERS' RADIO NETWORK.
DALE HELLESTRAE
DALE HELLESTRAE
Former NFL offensive lineman for the Buffalo Bills (1985-1989), Dallas Cowboys (1990-2000), and Baltimore Ravens (2001), Dale serves as an analyst for Compass Media Networks and various media outlets in his hometown of Phoenix, Arizona. Dale is perhaps best known for being a member of three Dallas Cowboys' Super Bowl teams.
TONY HILL
TONY HILL
Former NFL wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys (1977-1986), Tony serves as an analyst for Compass Media Networks as well as CEO of Legends Sports Promotion, a company that raises funds for charitable organizations through celebrity sports tournaments. Tony was a three-time Pro Bowl player, two-time Super Bowl participant, and led the Cowboys in reception and yardage eight of his ten seasons with the team. Tony ranks second in receiving yards, third in receiving touchdowns and fourth in catches in Dallas Cowboys history. A graduate of Stanford University, Tony is a member of the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame.
DANNY WHITE
DANNY WHITE
Former starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys for over a decade (1974-1989), leading the Cowboys to three consecutive NFL Championship Games in 1980, 1981, and 1982. Danny passed for over 21,000 yards and won 67 of the 104 games played as the starting quarterback for the Cowboys, earning All-Pro honors in 1982. In college, Danny was an All-American as the quarterback for Arizona State.

Post retiring from the NFL, Danny has held top positions in broadcasting and coaching - most recently as the General Manager for The Utah Blaze of the Arena Football League.

Read the Dallas Cowboys Star Magazine article

PLAY-BY-PLAY VOICES

CHRIS CARRINO
CHRIS CARRINO
Long time play-by-play voice of the New Jersey Nets (heard on America's top rated sports station WFAN in New York), Chris serves as play-by-play voice for Compass Media Networks' NFL coverage. Chris lives in New Jersey with his family and recently started THE CHRIS CARRINO FOUNDATION (http://www.chriscarrinofoundation.org/) which raises funds to find a cure for Facio Scapulo Humeral Dystrophy (FSHD), a form of Muscular Dystrophy effecting thousands of adults and children worldwide.
DREW BONTADELLI
DREW BONTADELLI
Drew is constantly talking into a micro-phone. During the college basketball season, college football season and NFL season, Drew serves as a play-by-play voices for Compass Media Networks. During the summer and early fall, Drew serves as the play-by-play voice (and broadcast executive) for the Saltdogs baseball team of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball. Drew previously was the play-by-play voice of the Arizona Diamondback's minor league affiliate in the Northwest League.
GREG PAPA
GREG PAPA
Voted the California Sportscaster of the Year for the past two years by the National Sportscaster and Sportswriter Association, Greg is a fixture in Bay Area sports and has served as the voice of THE OAKLAND RAIDERS for over a decade. Greg continues this role for Compass Media Networks. Greg also calls play-by-play for most other San Francisco clubs, including the San Francisco Giants, and hosts a cable television show in the Bay Area on Comcast.
LINCOLN KENNEDY
LINCOLN KENNEDY
Lincoln was an All-American football player at the University of Washington where he followed that success to be an All-Pro Offensive Tackle in the NFL. Lincoln played professional football for 12 years. Most of his playing years were with the Oakland Raiders. Every Saturday and Sunday, Lincoln stars on a nationally syndicated radio show with Fox Sports Radio. He has also appeared on the NFL Network and has been a part of several televised collegiate and professional football games as well as been a pit reporter for NASCAR. Lincoln is entering his second season as a member of the Oakland Raiders broadcast crew along with Greg Papa & Tom Flores.
MATT
MATT "MONEY" SMITH
Co-host of the nationally syndicated THE PETROS & MONEY SHOW flagshipped from KLAC AM-570 and heard across THE FOX SPORTS RADIO NETWORK, Matt serves as studio host and play-by-play voice for Compass Media Networks' college basketball, college football and NFL games. Matt is a fixture in Los Angeles sports, having previously hosted Los Angeles Lakers pre and post games broadcasts and often seen as a guest and fill-in host on Jim Rome's Rome is Burning.
KEVIN RAY
KEVIN RAY
Kevin has been a part of the valley broadcasting industry for 20 plus years. Many of those were spent with KTAR 620 where he worked in a variety of roles including Talk Show host, Anchor, Reporter, Program Director & Sports Director. During that time he was the play-by-play voice for the Tostito's Fiesta Bowl where he called multiple National Championship games. Versatility has been one of his strengths and that's been evident in his radio & TV work. He's in his 10th year of being a part of the Phoenix Suns TV package where has served as the Suns Pregame & Postgame host as well as the teams sideline reporter on Fox Sports Arizona.

Along with his hosting duties he has been the play-by-play voice of the Phoenix Mercury (radio & TV) for 16 seasons, the AFL's Arizona Rattlers and the play-by-play voice for the high school sports packages on Fox Sports Arizona and Cox 7. He currently resides in Glendale, AZ.
GREGG DANIELS
GREGG DANIELS
Gregg returns as play by play voice for college football and NFL broadcasts. Gregg also serves as co-host for the popular morning radio show, Free Beer & Hot Wings which originates from Grand Rapids, Michigan.

STUDIO HOSTS

JON ROTHSTEIN
JON ROTHSTEIN
Jon serves as studio host for Compass Media Networks. In addition, Jon serves as a contributor to CBS Sports Network and the MSG Network.
TIM CATES
TIM CATES
Tim has worked in radio for over 14 years, serving as a producer, reporter and host at KLAC AM 570 in Los Angeles and Fox Sports Radio Network. He has traveled the road covering NBA Finals, World Series, Super Bowls and NCAA Men's Final Fours. He served as the studio host for the UCLA Radio Network for six years, working on the basketball and football broadcasts. Tim is a graduate of UCLA and currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three daughters.
JERRY RECCO
JERRY RECCO
Sports anchor for WFAN in New York City for the Boomer & Carton Show, Jerry serves as studio host for Compass Media Networks' presentation of The Dallas Cowboys. In addition to his work on the Boomer & Carton Show, Jerry is the voice of Columbia Lions (aka Columbia University of the Ivy League) football and basketball.
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