NBA Players get crash course in Sports Broadcasting

<p>Nine current and former NBA players attend Sportscaster U, a three-day crash course in the sports broadcasting business.</p>

Nine current and former NBA players were in town this week for Sportscaster U, a three-day crash course in the sports broadcasting business.

For the last seven years, Syracuse University has partnered with the NBA Players Association for the program that teaches NBA players how to transfer their on-court knowledge to in-studio expertize.

This year's Sportscaster U class featured:

Richard Hamilton
14 NBA seasons with the Wizards, Pistons and Bulls. All-star in '06, '07 and '08. U-Conn standout and member of 1999 NCAA Championship team.

Kris Humphries

10 NBA seasons with Jazz, Raptors, Mavericks, Nets and current Celtics forward. Formerly married to Kim Kardashian.

Al Harrington
16 NBA seasons with the Pacers, Hawks, Warriors, Knicks, Nuggets, Magic and Wizards.

Garrett Temple
Four NBA seasons with the Rockets, Kings Spurs, Bucks, Bobcats and Wizards. LSU leader in career minutes.

Drew Gooden
12 NBA seasons with the Grizzlies, Magic, Cavs, Bulls, Kings, Spurs, Mavericks, Clippers, Bucks and Wizards.

Shannon Brown
Eight seasons with Cavs, Bulls, Bobcats, lakers, Suns, Spurs and Knicks. Part of '09 and '10 championship Lakers.

Jerryd Bayless
Six seasons with Trailblazers, Hornets, Raptors, Grizzlies and Celtics.

Casey Jacobsen
Four NBA seasons with Suns, Hornets and Grizzlies. Set 49 school records while playing for Stanford.

Eldridge Recasner
Eight seasons with Nuggets, Rockets, Hawks, Hornets and Clippers.