I think we can all agree that this is a good thing. Joe Tait is one of the best in the business and there is no one I'd rather listen to. Tait gives you so much information ("Kerr brings the over the time line into the fore court on the right wing"). You always know where the ball is and how the play in unfolding. Seriously, have you listened to the national (ESPN, Fox Sports) radio announcers? Oh, they'll tell ya who has the ball and who they're passing to. But rarely do they tell you where the ball is on the floor; they don't paint the picture that Tait does.
Legendary Cavs radio play-by-play man Joe Tait has had his contract extended two seasons.
Tait, in his 35th season as the voice of the team, previously hinted he might retire when his current deal expired at the end of this season. But the team's upswing has led him to reconsider.
I know a lot of people loved Michael Reghi, and I didn't not like him. But whenever I got the chance, I'd turn down the TV and turn on Tait. It's not even close. Try it sometime, you won't regret it.