Matt Steinmetz has covered the NBA and Golden State Warriors in the Bay Area since 1996. He is currently Comcast SportsNet’s NBA Insider and serves as the pre-game, halftime, and post-game analyst for Golden State Warriors television broadcasts. In 2007, Steinmetz earned a Northern California Emmy Award for on-camera talent as part of the Warriors broadcast team and he previously worked as the Golden State Warriors beat writer for the Contra Costa Times, earning the Associated Press Sports Editors first-place award for Best News Story of 1997 for his reporting of the Latrell Sprewell-P.J. Carlesimo choking incident.
Sean O’Connell, an accomplished MMA Fighter with a 13-4 career record, is a die-hard Bay Area sports fan who joins 95.7 The GAME from 1320 KFAN-AM in Salt Lake City, where he hosted Morning Drive & Midday shows. Prior to his radio career, O’Connell played NCAA College Football at the University of Utah, where he was a teammate of San Francisco 49ers QB Alex Smith and was coached by Urban Meyer (now with Ohio State). He was part of the undefeated 2004 team, which won the Fiesta Bowl and finished the season ranked #4 overall. After finishing his playing days, O'Connell began competing in MMA and is no stranger to television, having been part of the cast of the UFC's "Ultimate Fighter" Season 8 on Spike TV.