Jeff Shreve is an American public address announcer for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League, University of Akron football and men's basketball, the Canton Charge of the NBA Development League, the Mid-American Conference and the former public address announcer of the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association. In 1999, Shreve was hired as the Internal Public Address Announcer for the Cleveland Browns, and replaced as the full-time stadium announcer in 2000.

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  • Jeff Shreve is an American public address announcer for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League, University of Akron football and men's basketball, the Canton Charge of the NBA Development League, the Mid-American Conference and the former public address announcer of the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association. Shreve began duties as full-time public address announcer at the beginning of the second season of existence of Gund Arena in the 1995-96 NBA season. He was the voice of the 1997 NBA All-Star Game, as well as the "NBA at 50" halftime ceremony honoring the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History. He was replaced by Ronnie Duncan after the 2004-05 NBA season as part of the team overhaul by new owner Dan Gilbert. During a memorable game in 2003, Shreve told the arena crowd in Cleveland to stay calm after Ron Artest (then of the Indiana Pacers) made obscene gestures to the audience. When Shreve advised the crowd not to throw anything onto the court, Artest, who was sitting on the scorers table, patted Shreve on the back. In 1999, Shreve was hired as the Internal Public Address Announcer for the Cleveland Browns, and replaced as the full-time stadium announcer in 2000. Shreve served as the Public Address announcer for the Cleveland Rockers of the WNBA for all of their seven seasons (1997-2003). He has also been the announcer for the Mid-American Conference men's and women's basketball tournaments since 2000, and the Mid-American Conference Football Championship game since 2012. (en)
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  • Jeff Shreve is an American public address announcer for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League, University of Akron football and men's basketball, the Canton Charge of the NBA Development League, the Mid-American Conference and the former public address announcer of the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association. In 1999, Shreve was hired as the Internal Public Address Announcer for the Cleveland Browns, and replaced as the full-time stadium announcer in 2000. (en)
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