Sean Grande Talks Fatherhood, Sports Broadcasting & More

Sean Grande opens up about his fatherhood journey. We discuss how once he became a dad he realized that the only thing that matters in the world. Sean shares how his son has benefited from Sean’s job with some cool perks. We then go into his sports broadcasting career and how he started working in the sports industry. Sean shares some of his favorite games he has called in his career. Lastly, we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five. 

About Sean Grande 

Sean Grande is the voice of the Boston Celtics. Grande has called the 2008 World Championship and the classic Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals. His work on those games have cemented his status as one of the nation’s elite play-callers. Sean, who now trails only the legendary Johnny Most as the longest-tenured radio voice of the Celtics is joined by analyst Cedric Maxwell for all Boston Celtics games. For over a decade, “Grande and Max” have been one of Boston’s most popular and iconic on-air combinations. Sean enjoys spending time with his son and takes him on many adventures that his jobs takes him on. 

Make sure you follow Sean on Twitter at @SeanGrandePBP. 

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The Art of Fatherhood Podcast follows the journey of fatherhood. Your host, Art Eddy talks with dads from all around the world where they share their thoughts on fatherhood. Please leave a review wherever you listen to podcasts.

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