Glenn Consor BIO:
Glenn Consor boasts more than 20 years of basketball broadcasting experience through his diverse background in NBA, International and College basketball. In his playing days, Consor started as a point guard for four years for the now legendary coach Rick Pitino at Boston University, before playing professionally in Israel. From 1990-97, Consor was a scout for the Wizards franchise and Indiana Pacers.
Consor started in broadcasting as a color analyst for college basketball covering many conference match-ups that included the Big EAST, ACC, Atlantic 10, Southern Conference, MEAC, SEC and CAA. Glenn was one of eight analysts chosen nationally for seven years to cover the NCAA Tournament for CBS Radio.
Consor entered into NBA Broadcasting by covering the Washington Wizards as an analyst for the Washington Wizards post-game show for seven years. Glenn added a new point of view during the 2007-08 NBA season by getting behind a microphone and providing a unique perspective as the Wizards radio color analyst. Consor also serves as the post-game call-in show host on the Washington Wizards Radio Network. His devoted fans love his perpetual P’s. The say Consor is Passionate, Personal, Professional, Prepared, a Player, and has Pipes.
In addition to his work with the Wizards, Consor has served as a basketball analyst for NBA-TV, Home Team Sports, ESPN's regional college basketball broadcasts, ESPN3, Sports Talk 980, Westwood One's coverage of the NCAA Tournament, and collegiate broadcasts for Comcast SportsNet. He still provides periodic Wizards analysis for CSN as well.
As someone who’s enjoyed sports his entire life, Glenn says there are lots of parallels that have been drawn between his two livelihoods, but stresses that one enhances a life as a game and others are produced to help manage real-life challenges. He says as much during his many motivational speaking engagements that have included presentations for Morgan Stanley, St. Jude Medical, Washington Wizards Basketball Camps and Five-Star Basketball Camps.
Consor supports many charities that include Men Against Breast Cancer and the Washington Animal Rescue League. He is married and is the proud father to two sons.