Ernest Thorwald Johnson Jr. is an American sports athlete for Turner Sports and CBS Sports. Johnson is currently the main television voice for the Major League Baseball Tournament on TBS, hosting Inside the NBA for TNT, TBS and NBA TV and contributing to the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship coverage for Turner and CBS. His father was Ernie Johnson Sr., a baseball pitcher with the Baseball League and live broadcaster of the Atlanta Braves.
|Born||Ernest Thorwald Johnson Jr, August 7, 1956, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.|
|Education||University of Georgia (BA)|
|Occupation||On-air personality, Turner Sports|
|Parent(s)||Ernie Johnson Sr. (father)|
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He received his first sports radio job for a local station in 1977, while attending the University of Georgia.
He won a Sports Emmy in 2002 for Outstanding Sports Personality, Studio Host.
His father Ernie Johnson Sr. was an MLB pitcher.
He worked alongside Cal Ripken Jr. as the co-studio host of TBS's 2010 MLB Playoff coverage.
- Winner of the Emmy Sports Award
- Association of Football Commentators
- Tennis commentator
- Olympic Games television
- Golf writers and broadcasters
- The host talks on American television
- Television stations of the National Basketball Association
- American sports TV advertisers
- College basketball announcer in the United States
Latest information about Ernie Johnson Jr. updated on June 14 2021.