Marv Albert’s legendary career is officially over.
With the Bucks winning the Eastern Conference finals by defeating the Hawks in Game 6 Saturday night, the longtime NBA play-by-play voice called his final game as the 80-year-old Brooklyn native heads off into retirement.
“I wish I was starting all over again. It has been such a joy. So for the last time, thanks so much for watching. I’m Marv Albert saying thank you, and goodnight,” Albert said in his final TNT signoff.
The Hall of Famer called his first Knicks game in 1963 and was a staple on Knicks and NBA broadcasts for the last 55 years.
“You gifted the game of basketball with your voice,” Albert’s broadcast partner Reggie Miller said on air.
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