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Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV; Chauncey Billups to join as Color Analyst

Posted: Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:12 pm
by mkwest
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Posted: Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:34 pm
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Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:53 pm
by Akklaim1
I knew he would be the replacement. Congrats!

But i do wish Sieman was pronounced with a Sy, instead of a See.

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 1:52 am
by Clipp312s
Definitely a no brainer! Loved this guy on the radio. Here’s a preview of what to expect on TV:

“Kawhi with a seductive move, Ohhh, and the defenders crash like waves as he rides the tides to the tin for two!”

Now sign Maggette :)

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 5:07 am
by Young Sterling
Yesss, I can't wait to fill my ears with Sieman!!!

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 5:48 am
by Method28
Young Sterling wrote:Yesss, I can't wait to fill my ears with Sieman!!!
Mom? Is that you?

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Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 5:49 pm
by TheNewEra
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Thank goodness Richard Jefferson passed on the tv color commentary role. Would prefer to have someone familiar with the franchise. How about we give the color commentary job to Baron Davis

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 7:11 pm
by illastrate
Absolutely deserves it. Sieman's had some of the best calls in team history.

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 8:48 pm
by Roscoe Sheed
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Thank goodness Richard Jefferson passed on the tv color commentary role. Would prefer to have someone familiar with the franchise. How about we give the color commentary job to Baron Davis

If don Maclean is willing to do it he has to be the first choice- I thought he was great last season. Extremely knowledgeable

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 9:07 pm
by TheNewEra
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Thank goodness Richard Jefferson passed on the tv color commentary role. Would prefer to have someone familiar with the franchise. How about we give the color commentary job to Baron Davis

If don Maclean is willing to do it he has to be the first choice- I thought he was great last season. Extremely knowledgeable



That James Harden stuff might of hurt him. It went viral and I don’t think the team wants any negative vibes passed around about star players. He can come in and help from time to time but I don’t know if they go permanent

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 9:34 pm
by esqtvd
Except for the great one himself, Ralph Lawler [and his wife Sweet Jo] and trainer Jasen Powell, I make it Brian Sieman has seen more Clipper games than anyone on earth. He started doing radio for us in 2007, and is quite a Mr. Clipper himself. He's done a flashback segment on the radio pregame the past few years, and there's his voice, calling a lot of our most memorable moments.

Nobody will ever compare to Ralph, but we have some great moments together with Brian on the horizon. There was no other proper choice for the gig. What with Doc and Ballmer doing an almost complete makeover of the org [except for Powell] starting in 2016--and Corey on the #MeToo sh*tlist, Brian's the last real link left with our Clipper history. Because I listen on radio a lot, I already feel a connection and hope everybody else come to feel one too. I think he really loves the Clippers and has built up a lot of equity, at least with us long-timers.

Also not surprised that our superwoke owner went after a female for the color job. I had said it might be Cheryl Miller, so I was in the ballpark. But hopefully it's Don McLean, at least part-time. Another guy who has some strong Clipper cred, or at least SoCal cred.

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:52 pm
by Roscoe Sheed
TheNewEra wrote:
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Thank goodness Richard Jefferson passed on the tv color commentary role. Would prefer to have someone familiar with the franchise. How about we give the color commentary job to Baron Davis

If don Maclean is willing to do it he has to be the first choice- I thought he was great last season. Extremely knowledgeable



That James Harden stuff might of hurt him. It went viral and I don’t think the team wants any negative vibes passed around about star players. He can come in and help from time to time but I don’t know if they go permanent

I hope not- everything he said was true and I don’t think Kawhi or pg13 are friends with harden. I know don trained pg13 early in his career- he probably likes him

Clippers Better Not Bring Back Hollins

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 7:00 am
by Ranma
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Enough with the Questionable Personalities

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 7:24 am
by Ranma
TheNewEra wrote:Thank goodness Richard Jefferson passed on the tv color commentary role. Would prefer to have someone familiar with the franchise. How about we give the color commentary job to Baron Davis


It's bad enough the Clippers brought in the likes of Corey Maggette, Bruce Bowen and Ryan Hollins, but to bring in Baron Davis who was "deactivated" from the Big 3 League for what was mentioned as a lack of professionalism and conduct detrimental to the league says something unbecoming of a first-rate organization. There is plenty of quality on-air talent who can provide expert analysis while delivering it in a pleasing manner, so why do we have to keep reaching for the bottom of the barrel?

Re: Enough with the Questionable Personalities

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2019 1:49 pm
by TheNewEra
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TheNewEra wrote:Thank goodness Richard Jefferson passed on the tv color commentary role. Would prefer to have someone familiar with the franchise. How about we give the color commentary job to Baron Davis


It's bad enough the Clippers brought in the likes of Corey Maggette, Bruce Bowen and Ryan Hollins, but to bring in Baron Davis who was "deactivated" from the Big 3 League for what was mentioned as a lack of professionalism and conduct detrimental to the league says something unbecoming of a first-rate organization. There is plenty of quality on-air talent who can provide expert analysis while delivering it in a pleasing manner, so why do we have to keep reaching for the bottom of the barrel?



Just rather bring in someone familiar with the franchise than some random guy. Bruce Bowen had no connection to the clippers what so ever and it was awkward from day one.

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:34 am
by Young Sterling
Method28 wrote:
Young Sterling wrote:Yesss, I can't wait to fill my ears with Sieman!!!
Mom? Is that you?

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^ Underrated Response.

Also, if you want to bring in a former Clipper who hasn't lost a bunch of respect... CAT Mobley?

A Couple of Prime TV Talent Now Available

Posted: Sun Jul 28, 2019 3:15 am
by Ranma
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Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Sun Jul 28, 2019 10:18 pm
by donemilio21
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Thank goodness Richard Jefferson passed on the tv color commentary role. Would prefer to have someone familiar with the franchise. How about we give the color commentary job to Baron Davis

If don Maclean is willing to do it he has to be the first choice- I thought he was great last season. Extremely knowledgeable

Cat Mobley.

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Sun Jul 28, 2019 10:31 pm
by nickhx2
chris bosh was incredible on tnt a few years back. grant hill i believe was pretty good on nbatv as well. they didn't do in game commentary but i think they'd do very well and transition easily.

Re: Brian Sieman is moving from radio to TV

Posted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 11:24 pm
by TheNewEra
nickhx2 wrote:chris bosh was incredible on tnt a few years back. grant hill i believe was pretty good on nbatv as well. they didn't do in game commentary but i think they'd do very well and transition easily.


Bosh would be interesting but it’s always strange when the player or person has no history with the team. Hill would be solid but would he be entertaining enough ?