Tom Werme

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Tom Werme is a television sports announcer who currently calls ACC College Basketball and Football for ACC regional sports network broadcasts produced by Raycom Sports and Major League Lacrosse games for the Charlotte Hounds on ESPN3. [1]

Biography

Werme calls football and basketball for the Big Ten Network [2] and has done similar roles with the ESPN family, Fox Sports South, and Raycom Sports. [3] He is also the sideline reporter and the pregame/halftime/postgame host for Oklahoma City Thunder telecasts and performed the same position with the Charlotte Bobcats.[ citation needed ] He has also done games for Fox College Sports. [4] [ failed verification ] In 2009 in his NBA debut, Werme said, "I'm very excited to be back in the NBA, especially with an organization and that is young and fresh with a bright future." [5] He works with studio analyst Elissa Walker Campbell, play-by-play man Brian Davis, TV color analyst Grant Long, and radio broadcaster Matt Pinto as part of the crew of Oklahoma City Thunder broadcasts. He calls Charlotte Hounds games for ESPN3 along with college football, basketball, and NBA basketball and is employed by the PGA Tour Radio on PGA.com. [6] Werme is a graduate of Syracuse University [3]

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