How to Listen to 2023 NBA All-Star Game Radio Broadcast

How to Listen to 2023 NBA All-Star Game Radio Broadcast


With the Super Bowl behind us, one of the next big events on the sports calendar is the 2023 NBA All-Star Game. While millions of fans will tune in this Sunday to watch the game on television, others will listen to the game on the radio.

The All-Star Game will air on TNT on TV, but here's how you can catch the game if you don't have easy access to a TV.

What Radio Station is the NBA All-Star Game On?

The NBA All-Star Game will be nationally broadcast on ESPN Radio for the 27th year as part of ESPN's multi-platform coverage of the event. Veteran radio voice Marc Kestecher will do the play-by-play over the airwaves, while analysts P.J. Carlesimo. Ros Gold-Onwude and Monica McNutt will serve as reporters.

Kestecher has been ESPN Radio's lead play-by-play announcer since 2016 and typically calls the NBA Playoffs and NBA Finals as well. He also does play-by-play for college football games and Football Sunday on ESPN Radio.

As for the analysts, Carlesimo was a college basketball and NBA coach for over 40 years, winning three championships with the San Antonio Spurs as an assistant coach during the 2000s. He'll be joined by Gold-Onwude, an American-Nigerian broadcaster who played for Stanford as well as the Nigeria national team.

Monica McNutt rounds out the radio broadcast crew. She's been a basketball analyst, host, and reporter for ESPN since 2019.

As you can see, radio listeners will be in good hands with ESPN's radio team on Sunday night. Coverage starts on ESPN Radio at 8 p.m. ET (6 p.m. local time) from Salt Lake City, Utah.