Sean Grande

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Introduction Having just completed his 14th season in the NBA and 11th as the voice of the Boston Celtics, Sean Grande’s epic account of the two-month run to the 2008 Championship, and the classic Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals cemented his status as one of the nation’s elite play-callers. Sean, who now trails only the legendary Johnny Most as the longest-tenured radio voice of the Celtics, will be joined again by Cedric Maxwell for all Boston Celtics games. For over a decade, “Grande and Max” have been one of Boston’s most popular on-air combinations. On February 3rd, 2012 they called their 1,000th game together. On December 3rd, 2009 in San Antonio, Sean called his 1000th NBA Game, joining NBA icon Marv Albert and Ian Eagle as the only three to reach that plateau before the age of 40. Sean returned to Boston in 2001 after three years as both the television voice of the Minnesota Timberwolves, and the youngest announcer in the NBA. Grande’s play-by-play credits include two seasons of ABC Sports College Football. He returned to the national scene last September, calling the FIBA Americas tournament on ESPN. Check out Sean’s full bio at