Give a Warm Cleveland Welcome to New Cavs Courtside Reporter Angel Gray, Replacing Allie Clifton

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COURTESY: FOX SPOTS OHIO
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Fox Sports Ohio announced today that Angel Gray, an 8-year veteran sports commentator and analyst who most recently served as the play-by-play announcer for the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks, will assume the Cavs courtside reporting role vacated by Allie Clifton.

Gray will appear, alongside broadcast crew Fred McLeod and Austin Carr, beginning with the Cavs' season opener against the Toronto Raptors Wednesday night.



Like Clifton, Gray was a collegiate basketball player. For the Florida State Seminoles, Gray won two ACC Championships and advanced to the Sweet 16 twice and the Elite 8 once in four consecutive NCAA tournament appearances. She graduated in 2010 with a degree in communications and social sciences. She spent two years as a writer for SLAM Magazine, covering the WNBA and women's college hoops.

Fox Sports Ohio also announced the hiring of Caleigh Griffin as a digital host and reporter for the station. She'll take the lead in producing feature segments for the Cavs' pre-game and post-game shows.



You can follow Angel Gray on Twitter @Angel_Gray1 and Instagram @angelgraaay. Follow Griffin on Twitter @cayleighgriffin and Instagram @cayleighgriffin. 

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