Albert enters his seventh season as a basketball play-by-play for TNT's exclusive Thursday night NBA coverage, and teams with analyst Steve Kerr. He debuted with Turner Sports in April 1999.
He served as play-by-play announcer on TNT's coverage of the 2000-2002 Wimbledon Championships.
He worked as basketball play-by-play for the 2002 World Championships of Basketball and the 2001 Goodwill Games on TNT.
He serves as play-by-play for CBS Radio's Monday Night Football coverage.
He is the voice of the NBA on EA Sports NBA Live.
He worked for NBC Sports from 1977-1997, serving as the primary play-by-play voice for the NBA on NBC, and announced college basketball, boxing, NFL football, NHL all-star games, baseball studio and pre-game shows. Albert rejoined NBC from 2000-2002 for their NBA coverage.
In 1997, he was awarded the 'Curt Gowdy Media Award' by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, one of the Hall's highest honors given to a journalist.
He has won six CableACE Awards as "Outstanding Play-By-Play Announcer": 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 and 1995.
He was named "New York State Sportscaster of the Year" 20 times. He has won three New York Emmy awards in the "Outstanding On-Camera" category and was part of the production team that won four New York Emmy's in the category of "Live Event Coverage" for Knicks basketball.
Albert attended Syracuse University from 1960 to 1963; Graduated from New York University in 1965.
His brother Al is the voice of USA Network's boxing coverage, and Steve, the boxing voice for Showtime.
His son Kenny is one of MSG's voices for the New York Rangers' games on radio as well as a play-by-play for Fox's NFL coverage; he has three other children: Brian, Denise and Jackie.
He resides in New York, NY, with his wife, Heather, an ESPN producer.