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Sacramento Kings Broadcaster Gary Gerould Joins The Grant Napear Show

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G-Man joined the show to catch up with Grant and Doug on what he has been doing to stay busy, the possibility of broadcasting with no fans and much more

Long time broadcaster Gary Gerould joined The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie this week to discuss a variety of sports related topics.

Gerould, who was been broadcasting Sacramento Kings games on the radio since 1985, is in his 35th season with the franchise. Along with his NBA duties, Gerould covred NHRA and IndyCar Series racing for ABC and ESPN for several years while also covering the 1988 Summer Olympics.

Gerould appeared in hour three of Thursday’s show and updated all the listeners on how he and his family are doing after the passing of his daughter, Beth.

Also hear “G-Man” talk about how strange it is not to see any racing at the Indy 500 track this year, how much he misses the game and why he would want to broadcast NBA games an empty arena if he had his choice.

Listen to the entire interview by clicking “play” on the audio file located at the top of the post.


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