Milwaukee Bucks make NBA history by making an unprecedented decision

Milwaukee Bucks make NBA history by making an unprecedented decision

It is the first step that will open the doors to more. and gave her Milwaukee Bucks, another hero NBA, which has made an unprecedented decision on choosing who will report on all of the franchise’s games from the soon-to-be-start season.

And the date of the question that broadcaster Lisa Bennington has been named the franchise’s official voice, becoming the first woman to do so during a campaign within professional sports in the United States.

Bington will replace the veteran Bucks announcer, Jim Bashk, who retired after the 2020-21 season, having broadcast the Bucks games for 35 years without interruption. President of Pax Corporation, Peter VisionAnnouncing the appointment of the 45-year-old Bennington, who noted: “I’m excited to have the opportunity to work with a world-class franchise and championship organization like Milwaukee.”

Lisa Bington opens a path for women in the NBA world.

The new voice of Bucks, who has previously narrated games Women’s World Cup On FOX in 2019, she became the first woman to star in a broadcast National Collegiate Athletic Association (College Basketball) as part of CBS coverage.

Later, he listed men’s and women’s soccer matches in
Tokyo Olympics 2020 For NBC Sports, from 2017 to 2019 he worked as a field edge reporter for the NCAA on CBS and Turner, and also has experience as a reporter on NBA games and
WNBA, among other tasks.

Byington has broadcast matches with
FOX Sports, FS1, Big Ten Network, CBS, Turner Sports, Pac-12 Network, ESPN y SEC Network As a messenger and as a messenger, but from now on you will be connecting all Bucks games.

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