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David Steele
Born December 28, 1951 (1951-12-28) (age 58)
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Nationality American
Occupation Sportscaster, Play-by-Play Announcer, Area Announcer
Years active 1973 - Present

David Steele (born December 28, 1951 in Jacksonville, Florida) is an American television and radio sports broadcaster and serves as Sun Sports cable TV channel's play-by-play announcer for the Florida Gator football games and the NBA's Orlando Magic basketball games on both Sun Sports and FS Florida as well as an analyst for a variety of sports aired on the regional sports networks.Steele previously was the radio play-by-play voice for all Magic games for the team's first nine seasons before joining Sun Sports for Magic telecasts in March 1998.

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Career

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Orlando Magic

Steele arrived back in Orlando in 1989 after serving as network coordinator and football/basketball play-by-play announcer for the University of Florida for seven seasons. He assumed the play-by-play duties for the Orlando Magic's TV broadcasts in 2004, teaming up with former NBA player, head coach and veteran NBA color commentator Matt Goukas. Steele replaced Chip Caray as the teams' play-by-play announcer after serving as the Magic radio play-by-play announcer for eight seasons. Steele also serves as a sports columnist for the Orlando Sentinel newspaper.

Past assignments

Previously, Steele also served as the host of the UF football and basketball television coaches/highlight shows as well as coaches' radio talk shows. He handled play-by-play duties for Florida Gator football on television from 1982-1999. Steele also has had stints as sports director at WJHG-TV in Panama City, Fla. and WLOS-TV in Asheville, N.C. He has also served as the football and basketball play-by-play announcer at Western Carolina University.

Awards and aecognitions

Steele has been named "Sportscaster of the Year" in both Florida and North Carolina. He is also a past president of the Florida Sportscasters Association.

Personal life

Steele and his wife, Sally, have three children, Luke, Emily, and Betsy. They reside in Winter Park, Florida, a South Orlando suburb.

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