Tom Tolbert Biography, Age, Wife, Health, Net Worth, Heart Surgery

Tom Tolbert Biography

Tom Tolbert is an American retired professional basketball player and sports broadcaster. He played a total of seven seasons in the NBA. After retiring from basketball, Tolbert became a radio show co-host in San Francisco and NBA commentator for the television networks NBC, ESPN, and ABC.

Tom Tolbert Age

Tom was born on October 16, 1965, in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, United States of America. He is 53 years old as of 2018. Tolbert currently lives in Alameda, California with his wife and three children.

Tom Tolbert Height

Tobert stands at a height of 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) and he weighs 235 lb (107 kg).

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Tom Tolbert Family

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Tom Tolbert Wife | Tom Tolbert Children | Tom And Laurie Tolbert

Tobert is a married man. He is married to Lorrie Tobert. He has three children. Tolbert currently lives in Alameda, California with his wife and three children.

Tom Tolbert Education

In 1983, Tolbert graduated from Artesia High School in Lakewood, California. He played college basketball at the University of California, Irvine (1983–1985), Cerritos College (1985–86), and the University of Arizona (1986–1988) after high school.

Tom Tolbert Career

He played in the National Basketball Association a total of seven seasons. After retiring from basketball, Tolbert became a radio show co-host for the NBC, ESPN, and ABC television networks on KNBR in San Francisco and NBA commentator. He currently does radio color commentary for all Golden State Warriors home games and select road games with Warriors radio play-by-play announcer Tim Roye. Following high school, he played college basketball at the University of California, Irvine (1983–1985), Cerritos College (1985–86), and the University of Arizona (1986–1988).

While in Arizona, Tolbert played under coach Lute Olson, helping the team make an appearance in 1988 Final Four. In 1988, he was Charlotte Hornets ‘ second-round draft pick (9th pick, 34th overall). Tolbert spent seven seasons playing for a number of NBA teams, including Charlotte (1988–89, 94-95), the Golden State Warriors (1989–92), the Orlando Magic (1992–93), and the Los Angeles Clippers (1993–94).

He also played briefly in the Spanish league for Canarias. Radio In 1996, KNBR, a local sports radio station based in San Francisco, hired Tolbert to co-host a radio talk show called The Razor and Mr. T with long-time sports radio host Ralph Barbieri from the Bay Area.

The show attracted high ratings with male listeners aged 25 to 54 in the Bay Area. After Barbieri’s departure from KNBR in the summer of 2012, the show’s title was changed to The Mr. T Show.

With former San Francisco Chronicle columnist Ray Ratto becoming co-host in 2014, the show became Mr. T & Ratto. Tolbert joined the Golden State Warriors Radio Network in December 2012 as a color commentator alongside play-by-play announcer Tim Roye. Tom Tolbert Blvd

How Much Is Tom Tolbert Worth

His 2019 net worth is still under review.

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Tolbert is a radio show co-host for the NBC, ESPN, and ABC television networks on KNBR in San Francisco and NBA commentator.

Tom Tolbert Heart Surgery | Tom Tolbert Health

Affable sports talk radio host and former NBA player Tom Tolbert underwent emergency heart surgery in September 2017 to repair a thoracic aortic aneurysm. He returned to his radio hosting duties after a week-long recovery. He is now in good health.

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Tobert And Lund

Bay Area sports fans are in for a treat when they listen to Tom Tolbert on their drive home each afternoon. There’s probably no other talent who enjoys his job more than Mr. T, and you can hear that in his delivery. He’s calm, cool and smooth on the air.

And while he can be brilliant with the hard-hitting interviews, he’ll also joke and laugh at the humor that is a major part of sports talk radio. A standout at the University of Arizona, Tom helped lead the Wildcats to a trip to 1988 Final Four. Tom was a 2nd round pick by the Charlotte Hornets in the NBA draft and had stints with the Clippers, Hornets and Golden State Warriors.

Tom joined KNBR in 1996, and he’s worked the 3p-7p time slot ever since. Tom also has the fun job of interviewing Warriors head coach Steve Kerr each week during the season, who was his college teammate at Arizona.

A graduate of Utah State University, John Lund has hosted shows at stations including Sportsradio 750 The Game (KXTG-AM) in Portland, OR; 103.3 ESPN (KESN-FM) in Dallas; 97.1/1270 The Ticket (WXYT-AM/FM) in Detroit; 1250 ESPN (WEAE-AM) in Pittsburgh; and 1280 The Zone (KZNS-AM) in Salt Lake City.
He has also hosted pre- and post-game shows on networks for the Detroit Lions, Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders, Utah Jazz and Portland Trailblazers.

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