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Ronny Thompson, who played for his father at Georgetown, served as an assistant coach at Oregon, Loyola (Md.), Georgetown and Arkansas.
A former head coach at Ball State, Thompson also worked with the Philadelphia 76ers. Since 2007, Thompson has been a basketball broadcaster and analyst with Comcast SportsNet.
Ron Thompson is an Emmy Award-winning studio analyst with Comcast SportsNet Washington D.C. and hosts the series "My Life 365. In that capacity, he has interviewed such NBA giants as Allen Iverson, Grant Hill, Alonzo Mourning, and media/entertainment mogul Ted Leonsis. Coupled with his duties for Comcast SportsNet, Ron is a commentator for NBA TV, and also a guest-host for his father, the Hall of Fame coach whose weekday John Thompson Show airs on ESPN radio. Ron also does select games for ESPNU, working as a college basketball analyst. Ron joined Comcast after leading Ball State University men's basketball squad. Before that, he was an assistant coach with the University of Arkansas and at his alma mater, Georgetown University. Ron entered professional sports as a scout for Larry Brown and the Philadelphia 76ers.
Ron Thompson - Wizards Studio Analyst
Ron Thompson is Comcast SportsNet's NBA analyst for its pregame and postgame coverage of the Washington Wizards. As one of the region's top basketball experts, he also makes regular contributions to the network's news programs.
4) After Mosley got on the floor for a loose ball, there was an interesting dialogue between Comcast's Ron Thompson and Junior Burroughs speaking to the strengths of Mosley's all-around game.
6) Thompson and Burroughs did a good job pointing out all of the little positive things that Mosley brings to a team, but after being inserted back into the starting lineup tonight he had 0 points, on 3 shots.
Breaking: Analyst Ron Thompson is terrible
Even more amazing that Comcast SportsNet analyst Ron Thompson maintains employment on the air is the fact that he won a Regional Emmy award. During Sunday night's Maryland-Georgia Tech game, Thompson offered up gems like "Maryland is using a small lineup because James Padgett is struggling," well before the Terps even subbed out their (normal) starting five. Later, he said power forward Dino Gregory "has no business shooting 12-foot jump shots. And while Gregory's jersey may never hang in the Maryland rafters, his field goal percentage (50.7%) ranks second among players averaging at least 15 minutes per game. Next, Thompson claimed reserve wing Cliff Tucker was sparking the Terps from outside, at a time when Maryland was 0-for-4 from three-point range. After the game, Thompson noted that freshman point guard But when you've been doing it for four years, you'd think Thompson would either be better or less prominently featured by now. Breaking: Analyst Ron Thompson is terrible