We all know the legendary man behind the mic, George Blaha, but he certainly doesn't carry Piston broadcasts alone! (Though he could). Who are your favorite supporting members of the Piston broadcast team? Gregory "Special K" Kelser - The legend from MSU who shares broadcast duties next to George and hosts Kelser's Korner, a fun segment in which players who don't play tell us how we're going to win the game! He also played for the Clippers! Ryan Field - On most nights, he holds fort at the Call Sam studio. He makes perhaps the best appearance out of all the broadcast crew, thanks to an infusion of suave hair gel before each broadcast. Mickey York - Like Ryan Field, he can often be found at the Call Sam studio. He once got a call from Ernie Harwell. Eli Zaret - The battle tested sideline reporter that always responds with "Well thanks George" at the beginning of each broadcast. Trevor Thompson - Seldom fills in for Eli Zaret or Ryan Field. Rick Mahorn - A former Piston turned radio analyst, who can often be found calling games beside Mark Champion. Rip Hamilton throws plastic at him at the beginning of each game at the Palace. Mark Champion - Radio announcer for the Pistons. A true champion of broadcasting. Bill Laimbeer - Former Piston commentator on My TV20 who now enjoys a successful career next to his former nemesis turned good pal Kurt Rambis. Other - This list is obviously missing important behind-the-scenes members such as Pete "Dr. Rock" Skorich and Stan Fracker, so if you want to leave a special shoutout to our own emmy winning editors, or anyone else I missed, vote "Other".