NBA Announcer Mark Jackson Confirms Departure from ESPN — See His Statement Release Date

  • Mark Jackson announces his departure from ESPN.
  • He has served as an NBA analyst for almost a decade.
  • He thanks his colleagues and ESPN in a statement on Twitter.

NBA announcer Mark Jackson has confirmed his exit from ESPN after serving as an NBA analyst for nearly ten years. In a recent statement released on Twitter, Jackson expressed his gratitude towards his colleagues and the network for the opportunity to work with them.

In his own words, Jackson wrote, “I wanna thank my ESPN family and especially my crew who grind each and every week as they make me sound much better than I really am…I am grateful for the love, the laughs, and the motivation during each and every broadcast.” The former Golden State Warriors coach has built a strong reputation and gained considerable respect as an announcer since his debut in 2006. His insightful commentary and unique perspective have made him a beloved figure among basketball fans and analysts alike.

As he moves on to the next chapter in his career, both Jackson and his many fans eagerly await the announcement of his next professional endeavor.

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