HEAT hires AMY AUDIBERT | NBA.com

Your Miami HEAT announced today that it has hired Amy Audibert as its new radio analyst and television studio analyst. A former team captain and All-ACC women’s varsity basketball team winner during her four years as a member of the University of Miami women’s basketball team, Audibert most recently served as a reporter and analyst for the Toronto Raptors on Sportsnet.

“I am absolutely thrilled to be joining the Miami HEAT,” Audibert said of the opportunity. “Having already fulfilled a basketball dream dressing up for the Miami Hurricanes, returning to Miami to cover the game I love so much at the highest level is truly a full circle story. I am thrilled to pursue a career with an organization that is committed to achieving the excellence required to be a Championship contender every year! »

The Niagara Falls, Ont., native began her broadcasting career providing color commentary for the University at Buffalo men’s and women’s basketball teams for six seasons before joining the Atlanta Dream commentary team. the WNBA in 2019. She worked the last three seasons with the Canadian Elite Basketball League. as a field reporter and provided radio studio analysis for women’s basketball during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Last summer, Audibert served as the national prime-time television analyst tune in for the first Global Jam, an international U23 men’s and women’s tournament recognized by FIBA. She also called games for CBS Sports, NBATV, ESPN+, The ACC Network Extra and Raycom Sports.

“Amy Audibert is an emerging broadcast talent with roots here in Miami. Her in-depth knowledge of the game and the enthusiasm with which she delivers her stories will be something that HEAT fans will appreciate and quickly appreciate,” said Ted Ballard, Vice President and Executive Director of Broadcasting, Miami HEAT. “We look forward to adding another exceptionally versatile and capable broadcaster to what has become an extremely rich pool of talent across all of our platforms.”

Audibert will make his season debut as a studio analyst during the HEAT live pre-game show, airing on Bally Sports Sun, just before the Raptors vs. HEAT game tonight. She will then join Jason Jackson on the call for the radio show heard on WQAM and all Miami HEAT Radio Network member stations. Audibert will operate all home radio games and HEAT live pre- and post-game with Jason Jackson, and will be paired with Will Manso as a studio analyst in Fort Lauderdale for Bally Sports’ pre-, half-time and post-game broadcasts for road games HEAT.

Amy will be made available to the media following Coach Spoelstra’s pre-match press conference in the HEAT media interview room.

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