#RipCity: @TrailBlazers Broadcast Team Sees Changes With Move To @ROOTSPORTS_NW

PORTLAND – This morning a number of NBA news stories were breaking as host of the Bald Faced Truth John Canzano reported that Jordan Kent was not going to be with the Trail Blazers next season.

“Broadcast news… Trail Blazers have plans to bring Kevin Calabro back as their lead TV broadcaster, per source,” Canzano wrote. “Organization has informed Jordan Kent.”

During the opening hour of the BFT, Canzano elaborated further prompting the Trail Blazers to issue an official public statement at 12:49 p.m.

“The Trail Blazers announced today that Jordan Kent will no longer serve as Television Play-By-Play Broadcaster,” a statement from the team hastily announced.

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Kent started with the Trail Blazers in 2016 as Television Studio Host alongside Michael Holton, filled in as Television Play-By-Play Broadcaster during the NBA restart in Orlando in 2020 and was named Television Play-By-Play for the 2020-21 season.

“We’re extremely thankful for the hard work, dedication and passion Jordan has put into his roles with the Trail Blazers,” Chris McGowan, President and CEO of the Trail Blazers and Rose Quarter said in the statement. “He brought a wealth of basketball knowledge and experience to the organization and we wish him nothing but the best as he continues in his career.”