Longtime NBA TV reporter was 48 – Deadline

Sekou Smith, who covered professional basketball for over 20 years, including the last decade and more on NBA TV, died today of Covid-19. He was 48 years old.

Sekou was a popular NBA TV presence managed by Turner Sports, as a TV analyst and writer. He also hosts the podcast NBA break time, which took place three times a week and featured the latest league news and stories with NBA guests from around the world.

“The NBA mourns the passing of Sekou Smith, a beloved member of the NBA family,” NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said today. “Sekou was one of the most gracious and dedicated reporters in the NBA and a wonderful friend to so many across the league. … Sekou’s love for basketball was clear to everyone who knew him and it always shone through his work.

Sekou is survived by his wife, Heather, and their children, Gabriel, Reilly and Cameron.

Here’s a tribute video film to Sekou from his longtime NBA TV colleague Steve Smith:

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