Can NBA players hear the commentators?
The answer is no. They are not supposed to hear any kind of background noise. However, there have been many cases reported, where players reacted based on what they could hear from the commentators and crowd.
Can the audience hear the commentators?
Not at all, the announcers are on a closed network for the broadcast. The only way the person at the event could listen in is if he has his phone or tablet with say USA network access or of a PPV, WWE network.
Can pro players hear casters?
Depending on the event, yes they can hear the casters, and more so they can hear the crowds responses to what they see on screen. There have been dozens of examples where the casters or crowd have given away vital info that has caused a player to react to something they didn’t know about beforehand.
Where do basketball commentators sit?
National announcers typically sit courtside.
Can crows hear commentators?
You Can‘t Hear the Commentators
No, you can‘t hear them over the loud speaker. All you can hear is the crowd and the wrestlers being slammed on the mat with the occasional wrestler yelling at you. When that happens, you’re encouraged to yell at them back.
Who is the highest paid sports commentator?
Highest paid sports broadcasters
- Tony Romo: $17 million.
- Jim Rome: $15 million.
- Stephen A. Smith: $8 million.
- Skip Bayless: $8 million.
How much do NBA announcers make?
Overall, NBA announcers had average salaries of $80,000 to $100,000.