NBA TV today announced that NBA veteran Greg Anthony will join the roster of NBA TV talent for the upcoming season, making select appearances throughout the year as a regular guest analyst.

In his new role, Anthony will provide the league’s 24-hour network with team analysis, player insights and game situation breakdowns, based on his 11 seasons in the NBA. He will join host Matt Winer and analyst Kenny Smith for NBA Game Time on Wednesday nights.

In addition to his work on NBA TV, Anthony will continue to work with CBS Sports as a college basketball analyst. Anthony’s broadcasting career included a period as an analyst for NBA coverage on ESPN and ABC.

During his professional basketball career, he played for the New York Knicks (1991-1995), Vancouver Grizzlies (1995-1997), the former Seattle Supersonics (1997-1998), Portland Trail Blazers (1999-2001), Chicago Bulls (2001 – 2002) and Milwaukee Bucks (2002). During his college playing years, Anthony was the career assists leader at UNLV and helped the Runnin’ Rebels win the National Championship in 1990. He was a two-time Honorable Mention AP All-American in 1990 and 1991 before being drafted by the New York Knicks.

Also appearing on NBA TV throughout the pre and regular season are hosts Ernie Johnson, Matt Winer, Ahmad Rashad, Rick Kamla, Marc Fein and Kyle Montgomery, analysts Kevin McHale, Chris Webber, Brent Barry, Steve Smith, Dennis Scott and NBA Insider David Aldridge. In addition, TNT’s Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith, Steve Kerr, Reggie Miller, Mike Fratello, Craig Sager and Cheryl Miller will all make select appearances on NBA TV.

NBA TV is currently in more than 55 million U.S. homes and will feature up to 275 live games this year, more than any other professional sports league television network.