Some  great news here, on select West coast games this season – games in recent years in which Tommy Heinsohn hasn’t been able to travel to – Mike Gorman will be joined on Celtics telecasts by Bill Walton. (Good luck getting a word in edgewise, Mike.)

Details below:

CELTICS LEGENDS BILL WALTON AND DAVE COWENS JOIN COMCAST SPORTSNET TEAM FOR SELECT TELECASTS

Walton and Cowens Bolster Unmatched Celtics Analysis Provided by Tommy Heinsohn and Donny Marshall on the Home of the Celtics

BURLINGTON, MAComcast SportsNet brings Celtics fans the best coverage of the 17-time NBA Champions, and the home of the Boston Celtics has added Celtics legends Bill Walton and Dave Cowens to its existing roster of NBA experts Tommy Heinsohn and Donny Marshall for select 2010-11 telecasts.

Walton will work portions of the Celtics’ two West Coast swings in early 2011, handling color analysis with long-time play-by-play man Mike Gorman. Walton will provide color analysis on the following telecasts: Celtics vs. Portland on January 27; Celtics vs. Phoenix on January 28; Celtics vs. Golden State on February 22; and Celtics vs. Los Angeles Clippers on February 26.

Cowens will provide in-studio analysis with Gary Tanguay and Marshall during Celtics Pre-game Live presented by Ace Tickets and New England Ford Dealers Celtics Post Game Live for Celtics vs. Memphis on November 13 and Celtics vs. Atlanta on November 22. He will also provide pre-game analysis from the TD Garden before Trailblazers vs. Celtics on December 1.

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6 thoughts on “Bill Walton & Dave Cowens Join Comcast SportsNet

  1. This should be interesting. I hope that Mike Gorman can get a word in edgewise when he's on with Walton. I know that Walton's been in-studio, but has he ever done live color commentary in a game?

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    1. Eddie, Walton had done color commentary for years. He did games for NBC and ESPN. He was the color guy for the brawl at the Palace. He was also the the color guy for the Clippers for years. Get ready for some of the most over the top but awesome commentary you will ever hear.

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    2. It's a good thing he won't be there when the C's play the Lakers since he won't be able to stop babbling incoherently about his bench warming son.

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  2. Thank God !! People who have actually accomplished something great in their Basketball Careers to give honest analysis instead of Mr. Pretty Boy Donny Marshall and the rest of the Broadcast suck-ups. Dave Cowens welcome home…….you've been gone too long. One of the all time Celtic Greats for those of us old enough to have watched him play. Thank you Danny Ainge and Comcast !!!

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